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Hey Woody,

I am 23 and my partner is 26. We have been together 4.5 years and I practically moved in on the first date! We bought a house in January, and I’m feeling very “grown up.” I thought we were the only ones….until I read the letter in your column from “Age wasted on young.” All our friends are the apartment-dwelling-single-party types and when I read the letter, I knew I had to do everything I could to meet this other settled early twenties couple. I know you probably can’t give me their contact info, but I thought maybe you could forward this letter to them and maybe they would feel a similar desire to say “hey.”

-Been there


Hey Woody,

I am 23 and my partner is 26. We have been together 4.5 years and I practically moved in on the first date! We bought a house in January, and I’m feeling very “grown up.” I thought we were the only ones….until I read the letter in your column from “Age wasted on young.” All our friends are the apartment-dwelling-single-party types and when I read the letter, I knew I had to do everything I could to meet this other settled early twenties couple. I know you probably can’t give me their contact info, but I thought maybe you could forward this letter to them and maybe they would feel a similar desire to say “hey.”

-Been there

Dear Been There,

You’re joking, right? This is a Meat & Beat column not a Meet & Greet service –especially for twenty year olds who edge and trim their lawns.

There is a point to be made about your pointless request, though. Guys in their twenties are far more conservative these days than guys in their 30s and 40s. The vast majority of letters I get about monogamy are from twenty-somethings pining for it. The rest are from thirty and forty-somethings spitting at it.

Last year, the CDC came out with a study showing gay guys in their 20s are less sexually active than guys in older brackets. There is no question the Age of Romance is being ushered in by a generation that sees one-nighters and cheap sex as empty and meaningless.

The fools.

My point, and I do have one, is that you don’t need me to find more people like you. They’re everywhere. Put down that copy of Reader’s Digest and go look for them, Mr. Magoo.

Hey Woody,

Every time I top a guy I pop in about minute and a half. I’m at my wit’s end. If there are drugs for people who can’t get hard why can’t there be drugs for people who can’t keep dry?

-Eggtimer

Dear Eggtimer,

Well, there’s about to be one. Dapoxetine is in the final phase of clinical trials and it looks like the jizz, like the writing, is on the wall. Meaning, it works.

Dapoxetine is an SSRI, in the same family of drugs as anti-depressants, which makes sense when you think that the most common side effect of people who take anti-depressants like Paxil or Zoloft is that it takes them years to come.

Studies suggest that men with premature ejaculation have a deficiency of serotonin levels. Dapoxetine has a potent, quick-acting effect on serotonin levels, which allows men to take it just a few hours before they have sex.

If you don’t want to wait the year or two before the drug is officially out, you may want to talk to your doctor about Levitra, the erectile dysfunction drug. Clinical studies have shown that men can delay their ejaculation much longer on it.

Premature ejaculation is the second biggest problem men face in the bedroom. The first being finding someone to ejaculate on. No, that’s not right. That only applies to Republicans. Erectile dysfunction is the most common problem. Yeah, that’s it.

Until I write about it again, read a book called Coping With Premature Ejaculation: How to Overcome PE, Please Your Partner & Have Great Sex. It is hands-down your pants the best book on the subject.

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