Just a quick one, and I know I haven’t written one of these for a while…
Why does meth make men horny?
First of all, meth makes everybody horny. I don’t know or care why, but it does. Deal with it, or be sensible and don’t do meth, because it does a lot worse than increasing your libido.
Another thing meth does is make people stupid when they’ve been awake for long enough. Stupid people ask the wrong questions. Why doesn’t matter. It does what it does. Why ask a question when you don’t really want to know the answer? (Yeah, I am being sarcastic because I don’t want that question answered. Fuck you.)
Do you really need to know? Do you really want to know how meth works on your brain, which neurotransmitters are involved, and so on? There’s a lot you don’t know, a lot you don’t need to know. You need to know that meth is a short term path to a great high, and a long term path to destroying your life, ending every relationship you have, losing all your possessions and maybe your mind, and leaving you with nothing. But by all means, remain oblivious to the way it effects you and wonder why it makes other people horny.
Thinking about this some more… I made some assumptions when writing this. I assumed that the person asking the question is a woman who uses meth, asking about a man who also uses meth, oblivious to the effects of the dug on herself.
I could be wrong about the situation, but probably not, because when we use meth, we think that our feelings like anger over little things, and our sexual desires, are normal. We see the effects of the drug on everyone else but think our feelings are “real”. They aren’t. If you use meth every day, you are under the influence of it all the time, even when you don’t feel high. Every feeling, everything you say and do, is directly or indirectly influenced or fueled by the drug.
The reason I could be wrong is that the same question could also have been asked by someone in a relationship with s user. If that’s the case, then my advice to you is get out. Give your partner an ultimatum and make them choose you or the drug. because as long they use meth, they are in a relationship with meth, not you.