Why I wouldn’t turn to the first man—in a biblical sense—for advice on erectile dysfunction is mostly because he was the first man. By definition he did not know another man till his sons came about. What does it mean to be a man, was, again by definition, and there’s going to be a lot of ‘by definition’ in this piece, was not exactly clear. In fact our man, the first man, spent a lot of time being completely oblivious—again I am just going by the good book—of such weighty concerns as the modern man carries.
And if we were to assume that, in a story omitted from the account, that Adam indeed knew about the vulnerability of other men, it was just too long ago for us to take Adam’s advice seriously on these.
Don’t get me wrong. I think Adam is a very important character to ponder, as a reference point, but let’s not go back to prehistory to find answers for contemporary problems. That never ends well.
Our context is difference.
Finding someone who knows our context is important.
Misters.in seems a better way to go, on the whole.