The key to more and better sex for men is more and better sex for women. I am still amazed at the absolute ignorance of many men about their partner’s needs. No wonder so many women “submit” to their partners just to get it over with. (Literotica stories aside) One of my clients used to plan the next day’s grocery list while her husband “plowed my field.”
According to The New York Times, the Chinese are buying up the world’s supply of maca, an exotic root grown in the Andes. Their demand has driven the wholesale price of maca powder from $4 per pound to $20 per pound. Soon the indigenous Indians won’t be able to afford it as a nutritional staple.
Why? Along with the horn of the rhino (now practically extinct), the penis of the tiger (now practically extinct), and the fin of the shark (heading toward extinction), maca is believed to be an aphrodisiac.
That’s men for you: searching, century after century, for “aphrodisiacs.”
And after 34 years as a sex therapist, my response is—why? Why this mad rush, why this willingness to exterminate innocent species and now to vandalize Peru’s agricultural patrimony?
Aphrodisiacs are supposed to increase libido–magically, within minutes after ingestion. They’re not about erection or orgasm, just desire (thus Viagra…
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