The Suffering of Celibacy
Nature always ensures variety. That’s one of god’s best jokes on us. Seriously, look everywhere in nature and you’ll always find a certain amount of variety in the mix.
Among the male population, there is always a certain percentage of queers. Among the female population, we always have a certain percentage of lesbians. That is as it should be. And it doesn’t matter about culture, religion, family values or any of that other superficial stuff. There will always be a variety, no matter how hard we try to hide it.
Historically, there have always been a few women with male genitals and a few men with female genitals. And among heterosexual males, we have a complete range from very high libido to very low libido. The same for women. Naturally, the men with high libido will spread their sperm around a lot more than the men with little or no libido. There must be some point in this plan.
From what I’ve seen, the guys with low libido may not get as much sex, but overall they are happier than the high-libido men, especially in modern western culture. The high-libido guys have a very strong need, whereas the low-libido guys don’t give a damn. The biggest problem in my own life right now is a libido that’s too high with no healthy “acceptable” way to burn it off. I’d be very happy with my high libido, IF I got to use it.
If a high-libido male marries a woman who consistently keeps him well “serviced” most of his life, then he is a very lucky guy, indeed. But even if he marries the hottest horniest woman he can find, his natural drive for sexual variety may ultimately cause him unhappiness. That’s because his hot and horny wife won’t tolerate the other women, and she’ll leave him. What the hell, we should make Tiger Woods our poster boy.
But once again, I digress. Fortunately, most of the high-libido males end up married to women who keep their man more or less “happy”—that is, until she hits menopause or some other change in her life that causes her to lose interest in doing her wifely duties. And now, we got real trouble.
The high-libido man married to a low-libido woman (or NO libido woman) has a major cross to bear in our society. Either he becomes a “cheater” and is disdained by western womanhood, or he will suffer for many years until his testicles shrivel up like prunes and stop functioning.
In the meantime, he will have prostate and urinary problems. A high drive for sex with no outlet causes prostate congestion. A chronically congested prostate develops prostatitis and often prostate cancer. Many sexually frustrated men manifest what is, in most locker rooms, known as “blue balls.” The testicles swell and become sore. Also, some of these sexual problems manifest themselves as bladder infections and other urinary problems.
Chronic sexual frustration develops into mental and neurological problems for some men. Apparently, a number of secondary problems grow out of long-term sexual frustration, but very little definitive research has been done in this area.
The thrusting muscles in a man’s buttocks, abdomen, pelvis and thigh areas slowly get weaker over a period of time because of disuse. Of course, masturbation doesn’t help this problem at all. One very common medical problem that men suffer as a result of a lack of fucking is low back pain. My chiropractor volunteered that information without my asking. And, after a long period of no sex, when a man tries to make a “comeback,” he often causes himself injuries and even more back problems.
Where sex is concerned, the healthiest life for a man is to have a steady diet of as much sex as he feels that he needs, and to have an outlet other than his wife or girlfriend if he feels that is necessary and desired. My, my, wouldn’t that be nice. That’s why legal prostitution is beneficial to male health. Unfortunately, we American men have gotten ourselves backed into an unhealthy corner with nowhere to go.Explore posts in the same categories: adultery, celibacy, health, infidelity, marriage, masturbation, possessiveness, prostate health, prostatitis, prostitution