He did not want a future without a loving relationship. And we couldn’t help but wonder why the world is turning into Morrissey.The article above mentions impotence as a reason for joining an asexual network or dating site. Though modern medicine (mostly focused on combating impotency, as far as we can tell) has done a reasonably good job of curing most forms of impotence.All I wanted was for someone to actually talk to me. The partner in impotence is totally ignored and any trauma you may be going through yourself with feelings of total rejection, isolation, lack of love, are just left for you to deal with.And what is worse is that because it is such a personal problem and you want to be loyal to your partner, you can't talk about it to anyone, not even family or friends." What about other ways of having sex? Women have four different reactions to a man's impotence, says Margaret Ramage, a sexual relationship therapist.
Injections can cause erections and even enable the man to ejaculate; vacuum pumps are more difficult to use, but they can often work successfully - they can make a man have an orgasm but not ejaculate.
"I was sure my partner was seeing someone else," said 30-year-old Susan.
"We'd always had a great sex life and then suddenly it stopped, just like that.
"None of them ever wanted to see me, despite the fact that impotency is a joint problem suffered by both partners, not just one. I would cuddle up to him and make all kinds of efforts, but was just pushed away. I'm a businesswoman and I can take most things but this really floors me.
One doctor said to my husband, `Well, she's 49, so why is she bothered? Most people don't realise that impotency doesn't just mean the inability to have intercourse. So kissing is not even sensuous." "It's extremely important that both partners come for counselling," says Margaret Ramage.