Early information can offer better psychological health in later years.
After much research I have discovered the following:
1)Men should be informed very early that their sexual orgasmic peak is 14-18 years of age.(Kinsey)
2)Men should be informed that their sexual orgasmic potential begins to lessen after maturity (about 18 years.).
3)The angle of erection begins to change in the mid 20s.
4)Nocturnal emissions are over for most men in their late 20s.
5)At the age of 30, a man can have about 50 percent of the orgasms he could at 18 years.
6)Multiple orgasms are over for most men in their early 30s. (Kinsey).
7)Psychogenic erections are very much over for men in the early 30s. (Dr. Ruth).
8)Male levels of testosterone declines by 1-2 percent per year after age 30. (Mass Male Study).
9)By age 40, 52 percent of males have some level of male sexual dysfunction. (Mass. Male Study).
10)Orgasms lessen, sensation lessens, erection capability lessens, refractory period dramatically lessens, one orgasm not guaranteed in early 40s.
The real truth, never clearly stated, is that the only way sexual aging is communicated is dishonest.
It should be clearly stated that: a)Orgasm frequency lessens very early. b)Orgasm sensation erodes early. c)Erection firmness lessens in the 20s. d)Testosterone diminishes from late 20s. e)By age 30, males are only 50 percent orgasmic capable. f)Refractory period is problematic in the 30s.
Cold, difficult facts are avoided. This does a great disservice to males and does not allow them to cope from an early age (16 years). Instead, they are told that is is "normal" or this "may" occur or they "never lose interest" (just capability, frequency, sensation, hardness, and length of refractory period. This is dishonest.
If men knew right from the start that their sexual ability is a fleeting moment (compared to females) and that the only way they can deal with it is through psychological strength development and clear recognition that the decline starts before age 20, then this strength can be profitable maturity.
Males should be informed that their sexual orgasmic capability/performance will clearly decline very very soon.
Honesty, instead of avoidance and commiseration, and avoiding the natural sexual aging progression is the better approach.
Just a thought. Please do your research. I have. --Solly