How 4 Different Drugs Can Change The Size Of A Guy’s Penis
If I had to count on my fingers the number of hours I’ve had to deal with a guy’s whiskey dick, I’d be out of fingers.Drunken one-night stands are ONLY fun( and functional) when the guy can keep it up.
It seems like people always talk abouthow much fun it is to havesex on drugs andalcohol, but theycan actually be huge performance-reducers for menin the bedroom. That is, narcotics and alcohol can immediately affect how well( or how poorly) their penis works.
In his piece for Vice titled, “Which Drugs Make Your Dick Shrink the Most and Why, ” writer David Hillier explains that, although people take certain narcotics before delving into sex experiences because they think they’ll improve sex, they might be stymie how well they perform.
John P. Mulhall, Director of the Male Sexual and Reproductive Medicine Program at New York’s Memorial Sloan Kettering Centre, tells Vice, “If you think of erectile physiology, you need blood flowing, so anything that restricts blood flow is a bad thing.”
That constructs sense. Penis performance is super important. In the words of Mulhall, “You’re merely as good as your last erection.”
Let’s take a look at how different narcotics affect the performance of the penis( lol ), according to Hillier’s reporting.
Despite the fact that some side effects of MDMA include euphoria and a heightened sense of empathy, it’s not great to take before doing the dirty.
Mulhall tells Vice that MDMA is a vasoconstrictor, which means it constricts the blood vessels to your penis( and other places in your body ), causing the penis to shrink up and become futile.
Here’s another penis-related MDMA fun fact: MDMA also makes it difficult to pee because it affects water retention in your kidneys.
People seem to love having sex on coke. It’s a stimulant, which means it makes people want to have sex.
Astudy conductedin 2002 proved 40 to 50 respondents experienced increased sex drive, pleasure, fantasies and risky sex behaviors, amongst other things when high on the powder. But cocaine does its fair share of damage, too.
Like MDMA, cocaine constricts the blood vessels, but in dangerous places, like the brain.
The constricting impact generates a shortage of oxygen in the brain, which translates into long-term bits of “brain death.” And those accumulated bits of brain demise affect the libido.
Even when you do get second wind while having sex on cocaine( you know, when your penis miraculously manages to un-flop and become hard ), you won’t necessarily be able to sustain it.
Mulhall tells Vice, “An orgasm passes most readily when you’re in the zone. And if you’re not in the zone, it’s a problem.”
Ah, boozy sex. Though Mulhall doesn’t deny some of the short-term benefits of drinking before getting down and dirty he calls alcohol a “social lubricant, ” and even I have to admit I’ve never had a one-night stand sans a few gin-and-tonics he also points out the downfalls of drinking, which are well-researched.
He tells Vice, “…It’s going to have a negative effect at a certain dosage on the brain centres that trigger erections.”
Those brain centres that are directly being affected by alcohol is vital to sex because they’re the “sparks” that get sexual activity going in the first place.
So dudes, you may want to limit your pre-sex drinking ritual to one glass of wine instead of a bottle.
There isn’t much research about what weed does to the penis, but one thing’s for sure: Mulhall confirms to Vice there’s an “a-motivational syndrome prevalent in heavy cannabis use, ” AKA it might not necessarily help your cause when it is necessary to sex.
Or it could mean the opposite. Smoking weed could mean you merely wishes to lounge about in bed and have sex the working day, but no one is really sure how your penis would operate in a situation like that.
I’ll tell you guys something, though: In my experience, stoned sex is the best sex . Just sayin’.
Mulhall’s final suppose on the matter? Drugs are bad.
No, really. If you want to have great sex, set the pills, powders, bottlesand herbs down.