Whiskey Dick is a condition that has swept the nation for years and will continue to do so for years to come. Yet even in it’s popularity as the universal cock-blocker, many still question its existence at all. Is the condition real or is it a fabricated term men use to convince women that their head game is not terrible, rather it was just the alcohol.
For those who do not already know, whiskey dick is a condition in which men who do not typically struggle with getting hard or ejaculation are unable to due to an increase amount of alcohol in their system.
While an increased amount of alcohol can, over time, cause some to have erectile dysfunction or inhibit hormone dysfunction as well as doing the same for women, there is no concrete evidence to prove that alcohol immediately affects men’s ability to perform sexually.
Likewise studies have shown that during a drunken hookup, men are 130% more likely to act nicer than a typical setting due to thankfulness of those slobbing on their nob. Therefore, one could draw the conclusion that, when the woman or man cannot perform adequately in their practice, men would find a way to excuse their behavior and limit embarrassment in a universally known manner—blaming the alcohol.
However, if this is a myth, how did it come to be? How did the myth spread across the country and, if no one truly feels it, how did the condition come to be?
None of these questions have had answers in the years since whiskey dick has been brought to the forefront of societal problems. Because of this, there is no consensus on whether the condition is that of a real illness or an excuse.