I just registered for this forum because I have found myself in a new to me situation.
I've become sexually involved with a man who has asperger's. He did not tell me about his condition, just that he was shy. When we were together the first time, he definitely was much shier than I thought he would be. The next time we talked, I brought this up and he told me that he had Asperger's. The first time we got intimate together, we did not have sex, but we did a lot of other stuff together.
I went to see him again a little more than a week later and he decided he wanted to go all the way. He was able to attain an erection, but as he got closer to me, he quickly became flacid. I thought it was just first time jitters and performance anxiety. We really didn't manage to have a successful 'first time'
This week, I went to see him again. He was 100% into the foreplay and was very hard during this time. But once again he became flacid as he approached me. Needless to say he is frustrated, and so am I, but nearly as much. We did manage to have about 4 minutes of penetration before ejaculation, which we both very much enjoyed.
Now after all of this explaination, is his lack of being able to perform at the critical time related to the aspergers or is it just good old fashioned first time experience or related to the inexperience. I can tell he really wants to, but as he says, his body is betraying his wants. He would like to try Viagra, even though he's just 24 years old. But at the same time, doesn't want to depend on it. I'm all for giving it a try, after all, it's he who will have to take the medication. He is very physically fit.
Thanks in advance for your replies... I hope someone can help us out here.