Actually, Viagra has nothing to do with causing sexual drive. It is for people who already have a sexual drive but who cannot achieve erection or can't keep it long enough to achieve their own satisfaction or that of their partner. Also, after orgasm, it might take some time to achieve a new erection and perhaps he wishes to give you more pleasure. Perhaps it is possible that he is not sure if you want more and rather than "fail," he would prefer to take the pill that will help him achieve his "masculine" role. Remember, in our society, there is a lot of pressure on men to be viril and sexually strong with perfect long lasting erections that will please their women. Perhaps you should see this as his need to please you and for your admiration and acceptance of his masculinity rather than some ploy to get his rocks off- he can easily do that without you by himself even without erection. I appreciate what women have to go through especially in this role driven society- but you have no exclusivity here- men suffer just as much. Technically, you can just lie there, be penetrated, and "fake" pleasure if you need to. If a man cannot produce erections, nothing can happen and he is a failure. Of course, if he easily gets hard, as often as he wants to, without difficulty, and still tries to use Viagra, then he is wasting his money since Viagra CANNOT increase his drive, desire, or anything else---it can only help him obtain an erection more easily when he is horny. Hope this heps a little.
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