Recently, model and actress Sunita Marshall talked about several things, from the type of television roles she wants to do to the taboo topics of society.
During the conversation, Marshall shared that it is regrettable that in our society if a man is impotent and cannot give a woman children, his medical condition is kept hidden by himself and the family.
While on the other hand, if a woman is barren, this news is circulated around the entire society and people frown upon her as if she was the one who deliberately chose this for herself.
Sunita Marshall recently appeared on an episode of Sar-e-Rah in which she plays Dr. Muzna, a woman bound in a marriage where there’s a constant third party present – her overbearing mother-in-law.
While the two haven’t been able to have a child in their six years of marriage, it’s revealed that Aamir is the one who is impotent. Even though Sunita Marshall’s character continues to be patient in her marriage, taking Aamir for treatment and hoping for the best while bearing the taunts of her mother-in-law, who insists she’ll get Aamir remarried in order to get a grandchild.
Watch Sunita Marshall’s Interview Clip Below:
Importance of Understanding Impotency Doesn’t Mean a Man is Any Lesser
Impotency is a medical condition that affects the ability of a man to achieve or maintain an erection during sexual intercourse.
While this condition can cause emotional distress, it is important to remember that being impotent does not define a man’s masculinity or manhood.
The idea that a man’s worth is tied to his sexual ability is a harmful and outdated stereotype. Sexual function is just one aspect of a man’s life, and it should not be the sole measure of his value as a person. A man who is impotent can still be a loving partner, a caring friend, and a successful member of society.
It is crucial to understand that impotency can happen to anyone, and it is not a reflection of a man’s character or worth. Many factors can contribute to impotency, including age, medical conditions, medications, and psychological factors. It is a medical condition that requires proper diagnosis and treatment, just like any other health issue.
It is essential to approach impotency with empathy and understanding. Men who are impotent may feel embarrassed or ashamed, and they may avoid seeking help because of the stigma attached to this condition.
However, it is important to encourage men to talk openly about their experiences and seek medical attention if they are experiencing erectile dysfunction.
There are many treatment options available for impotency, including medication, therapy, and surgery. Men who are impotent can work with their healthcare providers to find a treatment plan that works best for them.
It is important to remember that with proper treatment, many men can regain their sexual function and enjoy a fulfilling sex life.
Kudos to Sunita Marshall for understanding the difficulties women go through because of society.
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