Viagra – The Picker Upper

Rachel Varga Courtesans 1 Comment

Last December a generic for Viagra was introduced, thereby cutting the price in half. This coming June, a ton of generics will hit the market, dropping the price 90%. What does that mean for us working girls? Not a lot. We won’t see any increase in parties because there will not be thousands of men getting Viagra and thinking, “Man I got a huge hardon, where’s the nearest brothel?”. Growth in parties will not be momentous but now is an excellent time to discuss drugs like Viagra as I get questions about it sometimes. It can be difficult for some men to even ask about Viagra, and ultimately they lose, along with us girls. A common question I get is about timing.

Q: I don’t want to take it too early but if we party right after negotiations how will there be time? Do I have to pay for the time waiting?

A: Excellent question. Each girl may handle this differently, but I would think that most girls understand that there is a time lapse of 1`about thirty minutes for the drug to start working. There are two options. Wait or start the party. I don’t charge for the time to get it going. After negotiations, you should take it because it really won’t be long. We will go back to the bar which will only be twenty minutes because you burned five or ten going to the cashier and so on. Once it is starting to work, we then go party and your time starts then. I do NOT charge for the wait time. Other girls may charge for the wait time so ask the girl during negotiations or send an email asking her if she gives some time to let the drug start working.

That’s the question I usually get, and new girls sometimes ask me this;

Q: Do guys go a long time on Viagra?

A: For some men, it can take longer to climax, and some men won’t climax at all. These are not that often. In general, most men (not taking Viagra) do not go as long as you think. According to “Kinsey, 2008” Most men ejaculate within two minutes 50% of the time while “Corty” states that, Canadian and American sex therapists stated that the average time for heterosexual intercourse (coitus) was 7 minutes.

 

Kinsey, Alfred (1948), Sexual Behavior in the Human Male, Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders Co

Corty, E. W.; Guardiani, J. M. (2008). “Canadian and American Sex Therapists’ Perceptions of Normal and Abnormal Ejaculatory Latencies: How Long Should Intercourse Last?”. The Journal of Sexual Medicine. 5 (5): 1251–1256. doi:10.1111/j.1743-6109.2008.00797.x.

Comments 1

  1. Shoot girl, you’re better than Viagra getting the blood to the right places 😉
    I am glad it’s getting more affordable for those times when needed!

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