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|Can Men's Libido Be Controlled by bhusayor(f): 6:21pm On Dec 21, 2010|
I decided 2 start this thread based on the responses i got in 'my wife wants a maid i dont want', i was so surprised to read some people views, everyone(male or female)i believe can have a intimate desire,but can be controlled, ability 2 control ourselves is wat differentiates us from animals, anyone who feels he cannot control his intimate desire needs to be checked!4get all dse medical back up of hormones,4get gurls walking around half Unclad,stop justifying wat is pointless,stop making faithfulness on d man's part' a FAVOUR' 2 the women, its self discipline on ur own part n u earn respect 4 it, its not as if dse few minutes of pleasure prolongs ur life, we have real men dat dont lust after everything in skirts!,
|Re: Can Men's Libido Be Controlled by Blazay(m): 9:58pm On Dec 21, 2010|
Mine cannot be controlled especially at 5AM every morning. . . .when it wakes up looking for food.
If I need it. . . I have to get it. My wife understands that. . . and has adjusted perfectly well.
2 days maximum is all I can handle without it.
The 'thing' has a mind of it's own and cannot be controlled.
I am a real man and do not 'lust' after everything in skirts only some highly selective and imaginative things in skirts worthy of my attention.
Not everything like housemaids or hookers thank you! You try being a man for one day and you would understand.
Yes, I am an animal. . . .a beast, and do not require any medical intervention.
|Re: Can Men's Libido Be Controlled by Inked_Nerd(f): 1:02am On Dec 22, 2010|
You're right. Often times on threads, you'll see NLanders bend over backwards to justify the man's actions. If one cannot control themselves [and commit to one person if they have promised themselves to that one person] then they shouldn't have gotten married in the first place. It reminds me of a thread I saw a long time ago where a young girl said her father was touching her in an inappropriate manner. Although some people in the thread felt sorry for the girl, others told her that if she was walking around in short skirts or shorts that she shouldn't do it because it may be what is causing her father to touch her. Comments like that really pissed me off because its was almost as though they were saying the father either wasn't responsible for his actions or that it was the girls fault.
|Re: Can Men's Libido Be Controlled by Osama10(m): 1:18am On Dec 22, 2010|
The male libido is totally different from that of a woman and can be controlled too.
|Re: Can Men's Libido Be Controlled by Ujujoan(f): 11:17am On Dec 22, 2010|
Apparently, the popular opinion is that men are animals deep down . . . the cannot control their libido. Once the want it, they've got to get it.
We might as well all sign up for open marriages!
|Re: Can Men's Libido Be Controlled by Claus(m): 12:32pm On Dec 22, 2010|
Thanks for the thread! I was sad when the other thread started winding down
One thing I want to point out is that you can't forget biology. An average man's body produce waaaayyy more testosterone than an average woman's.
You're right to critisize the men that don't control those urges. What separates us from animals is that we have highly developed minds, so (if we choose to as some of us have done) we know what to do to prevent us from acting on those urges.
However, you can't critisize men for having those urges because we had no say in how we were created. When the poster in the other thread confessed to finding the housegirl attractive, some people went as far as questioning his morals.
There's no point denying men's physical nature. The evidence is all around us of those that have decided to succumb. Some of them will sleep with any female that moves.
It doesn't mean that those that those of us that don't sleep around don't have similar urges. I have been married for a few years now, I have never even come close to straying.
So the answer is, a man's libido occurs naturally. His best form of control is to put safeguards around himself. It is up to each man to determine his safeguards.
|Re: Can Men's Libido Be Controlled by ifyalways(f): 1:00pm On Dec 22, 2010|
Not sure abt men but Yeah,i can control and contain a certain man's libido
|Re: Can Men's Libido Be Controlled by dayokanu(m): 3:01pm On Dec 22, 2010|
^^^ Thanks hun for keeping mine in check
|Re: Can Men's Libido Be Controlled by Ujujoan(f): 3:04pm On Dec 22, 2010|
Make Mr. Ifyalways catch you first!
|Re: Can Men's Libido Be Controlled by dayokanu(m): 3:11pm On Dec 22, 2010|
No tell anybody oooo
|Re: Can Men's Libido Be Controlled by MRbrownJAY(m): 4:50pm On Dec 22, 2010|
a man can suppress his intimate urges/desires but CANNOT CONTROL THEM!!!!
its all down to emotional strength/will. . . . . . . not all men will cheat and fukc a na.ked and willing gal with legs wide opened on their bed BUT they will all have a hard on, lol!!!!
|Re: Can Men's Libido Be Controlled by kokoye(m): 8:24pm On Dec 22, 2010|
is libido = manliness ?
cos I know I always have to hang my manliness on the room wall when i'm going out and pick it back up when I return.
So I can control my libiwhateva you call it.
|Re: Can Men's Libido Be Controlled by MRbrownJAY(m): 9:24pm On Dec 22, 2010|
^^^^libido is the desire/emotion (and subsequent physical reaction) towards any se.xual activity. you DEFINITELY cannot leave that on the clothes hanger.
i am sure you can control not having se.x with someone but can you control being excited (emotionally stimulate) by a thought, image or actual sexy person?!
|Re: Can Men's Libido Be Controlled by kokoye(m): 11:26pm On Dec 22, 2010|
I was just joking with my comment sir.
Libido is meant to be enjoyed and not controlled.
|Re: Can Men's Libido Be Controlled by omamokta: 12:42pm On Dec 23, 2010|
Castration will give the final control.
|Re: Can Men's Libido Be Controlled by ping pong: 12:55pm On Dec 23, 2010|
You are only allowed to control it when it is going astray not when it wants your wife.
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