Monday, November 7, 2011

Nothing Gold Can Stay

It's a known fact that men are fertile until the end of their lives and women are not. Many misconstrue this fact to say that men will be sexing for longer -- WRONG. Where women continue to explore their sexual desires and refine the art of the orgasm with a growing enthusiasm throughout their lives, males peak around eighteen years of age and go downhill from there. In fact, there is a 2% drop-off in testosterone production each year after men hit age thirty. The decrease in testosterone levels leads to a lower libido, changes in mood and emotions, a decrease in strength, loss of muscle tissue, and an increase in body fat. By the time you hit forty years of age, I even need to say the dreaded statistic for every male?

After age forty, men are two to three times more likely to have a lackluster sex drive, erectile dysfunction, and trouble with ejaculation and experiencing an orgasm.

The lesson here for young college men in their sexual peak: enjoy this time of your life now because it is short lived; going out every night and taking a different girl home is fun now. But how are you going to get random girls to come home with you when those perfect, seemingly invincible erections stop popping up so easily and that toned tight, youthful body starts to unravel? The point here, fellas, is not that you need to settle down with any girl that will still have you; just don’t let this stage of your life cancel out any chance of you settling down later (i.e., try not to get with every girl on the block because no girl wants to settle down with the guy that all of her friends have already seen naked). It wouldn’t be the worst idea for you to try to find a girl now or to just be conscious of the end goal. “Forever young” sounds nice but, unfortunately, those are only lyrics in a song; a more accurate quote: “nothing gold can stay.”

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