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She can mention something about her sex drive and see how he responds. Or she can just have sex with them, before she wastes too much time dating them.1
She can mention something about her sex drive and see how he responds. Or she can just have sex with them, before she wastes too much time dating them.
If all you care about is his erection, then you are wasting your time and his.
The reason I say this is because marriages are "through sickness and in health". Suppose shortly after you got married, your husband is diagnosed with prostate cancer and has to get a prostatectomy leaving him impotent. Are you going to leave him now?
Is that all you care about? What about that same man in your question? What if you have suddenly had to get a double mastectomy? Indeed, maybe some G@ger ought to ask this question:
"What is a tactful way to ask a woman if she had a double mastectomy? A woman (that) a man is dating so he isn't wasting his time?"
I'm sorry if it seems that I've gone ballistic here, but this is the sort of question that I'd expect from a teen or early 20-something, not a 45+ year old woman who should know to value people well beyond what's between their legs (or on their chest).