Was I the only one who clicked on this title thinking it might also help female hubbers?
There is NO such things as "Premature Ejaculation"
In pre-historic days, it was important for the male to quickly reach climax so that he could get back to hunting. In today's modern society, speed is just as important.. with so many TV channels too watch.
The fallacy of 'Premature Ejaculation', similar to the myth of the the 'female orgasm', is merely something propagated by Cosmopolitan magazine to promote magazine sales.
In fact, as someone who is able to reach orgasm in 3.5 seconds (without even the help of a partner!), I consider myself the ultimate example of human evolution.
Are sheep actually considered to be partners?
I hate it when anyone starts letter or thread, email with "Dear friends".
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