Beware The Man With A Drug Habit And A Boner

It is, perhaps, one of those great mysteries of life and biology that when a man gets drunk, or stoned, or high as shit on coke and wants to bone, he often can't get his equipment to function in concert with his lowered inhibitions. For many men, this is often a sign that you should either: a) abuse substances slightly less or b) probably not bone. For others, it's a sign that they need to get Viagra scrips. As Jayson Gallaway, author of Diary of a Viagra Fiend says, "Somebody is buying $570 million worth of Viagra each year, and it's not just Bob Dole." But if he can get it up, should you be taking advantage? A reason why not is after the jump.

Apparently, not getting a boner when you've taken substances that lower your inhibitions is a man's body's way of telling him that boning is a bad idea.

"Engaging in risky sexual behavior — such as unprotected sex with high-risk partners — is one of the chief side-effects of any street stimulant," explains Galloway. "But an equally powerful side-effect is the inability to perform sexually, which, while frustrating as hell, has probably prevented a lot of disease transmission and unwanted children."

Basically, if he's done it tonight, he's done it before, and if he's that keen to do it now and you're the one insisting on a condom despite your own chemical impairment, well, don't assume the rest of the women of the world are as conscientious. Protect your lady parts, the peen ain't worth it anyway.

I mean, also, if you're the guy and you're just popping it to get an erection, you're ignoring the fact that there might be a legitimate, medical condition requiring you to need it that deserves treatment, but, really, it's all about how it affects us.

Erection Reform [Psychology Today]