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Should I use viagra to have sex at 18?

im 18 and suffering a bit of a crisis I guess you could say. While I am 100% attracted to women, they don t do much for me sexually. I find it really difficult to get an erection looking at a naked woman, yet I can when I see a naked man (even though I am not attracted to men at all).
So im stuck in a position where I like women but am turned on by gay sex. I want to go to clubs and get with girls like all my friends but I m scared that I wouldnt be able to get an erection (which has happened before) so I m too scared to try again.

Should I just turn to viagra so I can have sex with women, which I do want to do. I heard that taking viagra without having ED can cause ED :(. Any advice?
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You have to accept the fact that you are gay. The fact that you think you like girls comes from your social environment as everyone has a deep desire to do what everyone else does and look and live like them. From what you re describing it seems you are in denial. You have to come to terms with your sexuality although you  may think it will cause you social problems in the long term. You can talk to me in private message. I am a social scientist as well. Dont take viagra in anyway just to be the guy you wish you were. It is a dangerous drug.
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The above suggestion sounds logical. Follow it or go through medical /psychological check up.
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I don't think Viagra is a dangerous drug, but it will simply not work in your case. Viagra is a drug that deals with blood flow, not a psychological problem. Your problem is in your head.
Have you ever had sex with a woman? Possibly you just lack the experience.
Possibly you need more foreplay time.



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