Antonella Baccaro (photo by Carlo Furgeri Gilbert).

    “Lhe story began before he was moved elsewhere by the company and, being able to work remotely, it was obvious that I would join him. The attraction and passion have always been strong, even if we are not kids. It was all so natural and spontaneous that I didn’t ask myself so many questions. She is 60 years old, healthy and fit. A month ago he finally returned home and the trips are over. The relationship continues but there has been a sharp decline in passion, almost a block, I would say. I asked direct questions, she replied that, now that we’re calmer, he sees no reason to spend money on Viagra: at our age, affection and solidarity count ».

    Of this story, told me by a reader in a post, many things could strike me: the topos of the long-distance relationship, which rekindles desire; the theme of mature love, supported by a series of “helpers”; the theory that, at a certain age, affection and solidarity may suffice.

    And yes, also the economic question that could affect the dynamics of the senses.

    Except that, dragging me to a completely different terrain, was the title of the post: “I don’t even deserve Viagra anymore.” There is little to do, among the things that we women don’t know how to handle in an adult relationship, Viagra ranks high.

    If the protagonist of this story had omitted the reference to the little blue pill, perhaps the reader would have taken it differently: “Dear, I love you, but the trip has tired me so much: how about we brake a bit?”.

    But no: Viagra gets us high on the coordinates, leading us to think that, if it is caught, there is something in us that is not working. And if it is no longer taken, we are the ones who are not working.

    A psychologist friend explains it well: “For a woman, sex is related to the love of and for a man. For a man it is a constitutive part of himself, that is, regardless of the idea of ​​a relationship, whether it is true or fantasized “.

    In short, Viagra for men is something that restores a fundamental part of oneself. So, dear reader, get your self-esteem back. The question you have to ask yourself is: do I want to be with a man who no longer has sex among his priorities?

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