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Prostitutes & Non-Prescription Viagra Causing A Spike in STDs Among Elderly Black Men

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*Clinton O’Neal is a genetic marvel. He’s nearly 6 feet 4 inches in height, his physique consists of layer upon layer of hulking muscle and is devoid of visible bodyfat. He also wears a size 14 shoe, so you know what that means. According to a handful of his past lovers, each of whom asked to be kept anonymous, Mr. O’Neal is the proud owner of a big, brown…fudge sickle. It’s his most prized possession aside from the multigenerational collection of pornography he has tucked away in his closet.

In the past, whenever an opportunity arose for O’Neal to pleasure himself, he would gleefully dig into his special treasure trove of erotic films and pull out footage from the modern era as well as those from previous decades, starting with the conquests of 1970s porn-king “Big” John Holmes. On occasion, Clinton would scour the web for material, mostly Asian, and mostly Lesbian. However usually, his cravings were satisfied by old recordings of golden-haired Jane Fonda types being “jackhammered” to oblivion by their well-endowed counterparts. Some of these men, one in particular, resemble Clinton in appearance—and girth, a whopping 9 inches of pure Mandingo power.

As far as male pornstars go, Clinton’s muse is a veteran porker whose glistening, shaved head and chiseled frame can be seen in dozens of films, more than 24 hours worth. “My favorite porn star is Wesley Pipes,” explained O’Neal with adulation in his eyes. “He [Pipes] has gone through every kind of woman—white, Hispanic, Asian, black…his d*** could be an ambassador for the United Nations.”

Clinton’s appetite for watching adult movies was nearly on par with his desire to engage in the real thing. He’d regularly forgo meet-ups with female acquaintances in exchange for solitary moments on his sofa, or in his bed, while the acoustics of premeditated ecstasy oozed from his television. The severity of Clinton’s pornography-fetish eventually morphed into a supersized problem. One night, after splitting an entire bottle of Don Julio tequila, he and a voluptuous guest succumbed to their primal inclinations. “I whipped out my Jimmy and was ready to go,” recalled O’Neal. “I started with a bang, but it wasn’t long before my cannon turned into a noodle. She kept saying, ‘deeper,’ ‘deeper,’ but I couldn’t hold my erection. I kept thinking, bit*h, I can’t go [any] deeper.”

O’Neal continued, “She tried getting it up. She used her mouth, her hands—she even jacked me off with her feet to get it [his penis] back up [erect]. When all that didn’t work, she picked up her clothes and marched out the door. She didn’t even bother to put her panties back on—the ho was practically naked. [I] haven’t seen her since.

“That ordeal really messed with my head. I would watch porn, even my favorites, and I couldn’t get hard. I turned the key but my engine wouldn’t start. It was alarming because in high school, my d**k would get so hard that it was painful. For a while, that stopped. The most vivid thing I can remember from that night is her calling me a ‘shrimp d**k nigga’ before she walked out of my crib.”

This embarrassing moment prompted O’Neal’s decision to experiment with Viagra and other penis-enlargement products. He initially resisted the prospect of soliciting outside help to solve a very personal problem. But eventually his ego was usurped by a mounting fear that at some point he would again experience the humiliation of a woman’s eyes glazing over in response to his “deflated” genitals. Rather than relying on late-night infomercials and Google, O’Neal made the practical choice of consulting a physician’s expertise in regard to the effects of Viagra. He assumed the meeting would end with a doctor’s note prescribing that he receive a brand new set of shiny, blue pills. What ultimately transpired, however, was an impromptu lecture about the myths behind erectile dysfunction as well as those regarding the influence that race has on the size of a man’s sexual organs.

Clinton’s physician—bespectacled and gray-haired—assured him that most adult males, regardless of their nationality, are equipped with plumbing that on average ranges from 5-7 inches in length. However, a man’s girth, the doctor explained, typically “varies from one patient to the next.”

In a study conducted at the Nnamdi Azikiwe University Teaching Hospital (Nnewi, Nigeria), a group of 115 adult males were examined to once and for all determine whether there’s a correlation between penis size and race. The results were compared with reported similar main studies on males of other ethnicities, which were accessible to the authors. Examinations were performed in various cities across the globe, including Italy, Greece, Korea, Britain, and the United States of America. In conclusion, the mean full-stretch penile length of Blacks was the largest (13.37cm) and the mean flaccid length was 9.36cm.

“This aspect, if anything, is what separates the men from the boys,” O’Neal’s physician explained half-jokingly. “Length plays a minimal role in giving a women sexual pleasure. If I can make a food reference, when a woman is hungry for intercourse, she won’t be satisfied with beef jerky. She’ll need a porterhouse steak.”

“Tell your girlfriend that she’s lucky to have what you’ve got. It’s by no means inadequate. But watching too much porn has the potential to delay, or in some cases, impair a man’s ability to have erections, even if he’s in the company of an affectionate woman. You may be struggling with that problem.”

 

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According to everydayhealth.com, evidence increasingly suggests that erectile dysfunction may be one of the side effects of men’s fascination with porn, and it also may be turning into a more common problem of men’s sexual health.

“Due to the pornography available on the Internet, we are finding out that this type of sex dysfunction is a real entity,” said David B. Samadi, MD, chairman of the urology department and chief of robotic surgery at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City. “It is a problem in the brain, not the penis.”

To some extent, porn-related ED can affect anyone, but Dr. Samadi said he sees it mainly in younger men who are in their teens and early 20s.

Benchmark research from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in Baltimore found that about 18 million American men have ED, meaning they’re unable to achieve or maintain an erection sufficient for sexual intercourse. The problem can be physical, relating to blocked blood flow to the penis; psychological; or a combination.

“Most of the time, chronic disease, such as heart disease or diabetes, contributes to erectile dysfunction, but in my particular practice, I will say 15 to 20 percent of the erectile dysfunction I see is related to porn consumption,” said Muhammed Mirza, MD, an internist based in Jersey City, N.J., and the founder of ErectileDoctor.com.

It’s not necessarily how much porn a person watches. The type can also play a role, Samadi said. Unlike the soft-core porn images seen in such magazines as Playboy or Penthouse, online pornography is generally more graphic and often depicts kinky, deviant, or even violent behavior. It’s also available 24/7.

Porn can lead to unrealistic expectations that increase a person’s tolerance for sex. Samadi likened the phenomenon to what occurs when someone consistently drinks more and more alcohol. Eventually, that person has a harder time feeling inebriated. The same happens with porn and sexual performance.

Most likely, a case of porn-overload is what caused O’Neal, then 27 years old, to experience his first bout of ED on that fateful night in his apartment.

“Every now and then I get flashbacks of her yawning while I tried to regain my composure,” he joked. “I’m hung like a horse, but it didn’t want leave the stable.

“It doesn’t help that women expect black men to have big d*icks. It’s a cultural thing, and if we can’t deliver, they [women] lose respect for us as men. All you have to do is listen to music these days. Rihanna, Nicki Minaj, even Beyonce, they all write lyrics about how they can only be satisfied by a certain size. Other women hear that crap and it influences their expectations of how sex is supposed to feel, and how big a nigga’s d**k should be. It’s a lot of added pressure. Some guys believe they need an extra boost to get the job done. For a while, that’s how I felt, and I aint small.”

Looking for a quick fix to exorcise his demons of self-doubt, O’Neal woke up one morning and made a beeline for his laundry room. Like a man possessed, he rummaged through a heap of stale clothes, hoping to locate a pair of jeans containing a business card given to him three months earlier by an underground pharmacist.

“He calls himself the Dick Doctor,” O’Neal explained with a sheepish grin. “I met him through a co-worker. Before that, I wasn’t aware of how many young guys, especially black guys, were taking this stuff. He had all kinds of pills and sold them out the trunk of his car and for cheap. The pills had names like “Black Gorilla,” “Kangaroo” and “Sea Monster” — they were all supposed to make your d*** swell up. I played it safe and chose Viagra. I figured that if senior citizens could use it without dying, there wouldn’t be much risk for me.”

Viagra (sildenafil), and other prescription drugs created to improve male performance, relaxes muscles found in the walls of blood vessels and increases blood flow to particular areas of the body. It was synthesized by a group of pharmaceutical chemists working at Pfizer’s Sandwich, Kent, research facility in England. The little blue pill, as its often called, was initially studied for use in hypertension (high blood pressure) and angina pectoris (a symptom of ischaemic heart disease). Viagra was patented in 1996, approved for use in erectile dysfunction by the FDA on March 27, 1998, becoming the first oral treatment approved to correct erectile dysfunction in the United States, and offered for sale in the United States later that year. It soon became a great success: annual sales peaked in 2008 at US$1.934 billion.

Viagra is certainly the major player in regards to enhancement drugs, but senior citizens today have access to numerous alternatives including brands like Cialis, Levitra, and ExtenZe. That’s right, as I type these words, thousands of old men across the country are slapping Father Time in the face with their scientifically-hardened ding-a-lings. This phenomenon is due to medical science extending the human shelf life, which means people aren’t spending their twilight years hunched over a bowl of porridge — they’re actually living…and having sex. A new study finds up to 54 percent of elderly men and 31 percent of elderly women report having sex at least twice a month. With all these old bodies rubbing together in ecstasy, it’s no wonder why the market is saturated with an overabundance of “boner medicine.” But there’s a catch, most insurance companies aren’t willing to shell out the hundreds of dollars it costs to purchase Viagra and other impotence-fighting supplements. When it comes to buying 10 Viagra tablets of 100mg each, costs are as follows at each of these chain pharmacies:

CVS: $446.99 ($44.70 per tablet),

Walgreens: $420.99 ($42.10 per tablet),

Walmart: $421.20 ($42.12 per tablet).

To avoid breaking the bank, a growing number of middle-aged and elderly men are opting to acquire medication like Viagra through illegal means. In a classic case of supply and demand, the outpouring of concern over these high-priced prescription drugs has given rise to several underground pharmacies, particularly within the confines of inner-city Los Angeles. In the parking lot of a Winchell’s Donut shop (located on Florence and Main St.), a street dealer has made a living for the past 6 years by selling Viagra illegally to African American males of a certain age. He believes his hustle provides a service to seniors, many seeking excitement in their golden years, unwilling to submit to the mundane activity of languishing in a dayroom with other elderly peers. Asking to be kept anonymous, the dealer, who for the sake of this article will be given the name Charlie, has cultivated a sizable roster of horny clients, mainly old geezers looking to get “that feeling” back. He sells his (presumably stolen) merchandise at such a low cost, you’d think its the1980s and that he’s pushing crack cocaine. His rates are as follows: 10 mg ($5), 20 mg ($15), and 50 mg ($25).

One of the regulars and a fellow entrepreneur who has also set up shop at Winchell’s selling single cigarettes considers Charlie a predator of the elderly.

“That motherf*cka is preying on old men, he takes their pension money selling them Viagra so they can get young hookers,” said 60-year-old Terrance Brown, a retired city worker. “He needs to be selling condoms to his customers before they catch something. Most of the prostitutes out here have STDs.”

Ironically, emerging reports suggest an increase in HIV and AIDS diagnosis among elderly black men across the country. In many cases, they transfer these diseases (and others) to their wives or significant others, who at a certain age see little to no reason for using contraceptives. According to Ellen A.B. Morrison, a researcher at Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health, the greatest rise in geriatric AIDS cases have been among elderly persons of color,  This “alleged” phenomenon is clearly a sign of the times, where society’s culture of self-satisfaction often overrules logic and personal safety. On the bright side, however, if an old man (or young buck) in Los Angeles is suffering from ED, all he has to do is make a stop at Winchell’s on Florence and Main St., where Viagra is cheaper than a glazed donut.

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BET+ Ruthless ~ When Do You Realize You’re Part of a Cult? / EUR Exclusive-WATCH

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*TYLER PERRY’S RUTHLESS returns with its mid-season premiere on Thursday, November 26, exclusively on BET+.

As the season continues, many of the faithful followers have begun to uncover the evil that exists beneath the surface of the Rakudushis movement.

Armed with this knowledge, Ruth and several new fearful cult members try to take control of their individual destinies.

The attempts will prove to be almost impossible for anyone who does not have allies they think they can trust. Viewers will see more sex, lies, and murder in this cult that is living up to its fate. Being aware of false prophets has never reigned more true.

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It’s about to be a whole cult show on Tyler Perry’s BET+, Ruthless.  As the show returns, the drama also returns.  Who knew that sex, drugs, faith and lies where all intertwined?

Tyler Perry’s Ruthless tells the story of a woman named Ruth who kidnaps her young daughter to join her in the dark underworld of a fanatical religious cult.

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Melissa L. Williams, Matt Cedeño, Lenny D. Thomas, Yvonne Senat Jones, Baadja-Lyne Odums, Jaime Callica, Nirine S. Brown, Blue Kimble, Stephanie Charles, Hervé Clermont, Anthony Bless, and Bobbi Baker star.

New cast members joining the series include Stevie Baggs, Jr., Colin McCalla, Samantha L. Thomas, Michelle Nunez, Alise Willis, and Jael Pettigrew.

EURweb sat down with some of the cast members to talk about the return of Ruthless and Melissa L. Williams said “Ruth is definitely alive and so a cross over with ‘The Oval’ is definitely a possibility.”

Matt Cedeño also talked to EURweb and said “The Highest goes through phases of being hyper-paranoid about every aspect of his existence and we’ll see in the second half of the first season, where The Highest is feeling very comfortable and good.”

We can only imagine what this all means, but we do know that viewers are in for a lot of suspense, thrills and plot twists upon the return of the season.

Ruthless returns to BET+ this Thursday, November 26, 2020.  Make sure to catch up on all episodes of the first season at Ruthless on BET+

 

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NBC Relaunches ‘Saved By The Bell’ on Peacock TV

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*When your favorite tv show goes off the air do you think about the lives of their characters?

Wondering where would they be now, what would they be up to now? “Saved By The Bell” fans will get those answers in the relaunch of the show on NBC’s Peacock.  

A.C. Slater (Mario Lopez) is a PE teacher and coach and Bayside and Jessie Spano ( Elizabeth Berkely) is a counselor at the school. What is Zack Morris (Marc-Paul Grosselaar) doing, well he is the governor of California, of course, Zack Morris became a politician. And as we saw in the wedding special “Saved By The Bell: Wedding In Vegas” he and Kelly Kapowski got married. They now of a son, Mac Morris who is attending their high school alma mater Bayside High. Mac Morris, played by Mitchell Hoog, seems like a Zack Morris 2.0. He is the popular kid at school who finds himself living in the shadow of his infamous father.

We talked with Mitchell Hoog about his role as Mac Morris and if he himself felt any pressure playing Zack Morris’ son. 

“ I don’t think I felt pressure to live up to the legacy of the Morris name, me as an actor I always put it within the story. So within the storyline, I have pressure to live up to my dad,” says Hoog. 

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Mitchell Hoog’s character isn’t the only character following in their parents’ footsteps. Jamie Spano, played by Belmont Cameli, is Jessie Spano’s (Elizabeth Berkely) son who also has to live up to his mom’s high school reputation.  

This reboot’s main focus is the new generation but having the original cast be so a large part of the show brings enough nostalgia for old fans to enjoy this new version of “Saved By The Bell.” It is said that the whole season is full of little Easter eggs that fans of the original should pick up on.  

Don’t miss “Saved By The Bell” streaming on Peacock from November 25.  

 

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Catch Holiday Cheer With ‘The Christmas Chronicle: Part 2’ Cast (Watch)

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*It’s the sequel to the 2018 film “The Christmas Chronicles.”

Kurt Russell reprises his role as Santa Clause, alongside his Mrs. Claus, Goldie Hawn in “The Christmas Chronicles: Part 2.”

The Netflix film also stars Tyrese Gibson who plays Jazhir Bruno‘s dad.

EUR correspondent Fahnia Thomas talked to the stars about hot holiday toys, falling trees, and German Christmas.

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Fahnia Thomas: What is your fondest childhood holiday memory?

Goldie Hawn: When my next-door neighbor came to our Christmas party – we had put the Christmas tree in front of the side door – and walked into the tree knocking down the entire tree and all the decorations. We had a big laugh!

Kurt Russell: I have three fabulous sisters and we had a German Christmas – meaning we had to wait for it to get dark outside – and we had a telephone pole 50 feet from the house and we couldn’t open our first presents until we couldn’t see the telephone pole. The last half hour was torture.

GH: I never heard that before about the telephone pole.

We did it the other way around. You go to bed, with sugar plums in your head, it’s Christmas Eve and you wake up in the morning … The worst part was one year Kurt and I had just finished tying the last ribbon, we were exhausted and we were going upstairs and Kurt meets the kids coming down the stairs – we had no sleep.

KR: It was 5:30 in the morning and we were up all night!

FT: What was the hot holiday toy you wanted or got when you were growing up?

Tyrese Gibson: I remember when I got the first original Nintendo and it had Mike Tyson’s Punch-Out!! And Super Mario Bros. We used to play a video game called The Legend of Zelda too.

Jazhir Bruno: When I got my first Xbox I was super excited! My grandmother got it for me.

KR: I only had one and I said, ‘if I get this I’ll never ask for another Christmas present…and I never did. I wanted a drum set so bad when I was 15 years old. I can’t believe I got it!

GH: A Schwinn bike and I got it.

For more details on “The Christmas Chronicles: Part 2” follow @ChristmasChronicles | @NetflixFamily | #ChristmasChronicles2 |#TCC2 or click here.

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