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Jozen On The Radio Talking About Erectile Dysfunction

January 30th, 2012 Leave a comment Go to comments

A couple of weeks ago, I linked to a post I wrote about my terrible, embarrassing experience with erectile dysfunction. People have asked me why I incriminated myself in such a way, to which I say, Hey, it’s happened, but it’s not happening. You get my drift.

In any case, the post was for a brand new website dedicated to men’s health called The site is a part of a brand new syndicated radio show, called The Dr. Harry Fisch show, which airs every Saturday night from 7 p.m. — 10 p.m.. The show is classic, call-in talk radio with Dr. Harry Fisch, a gregarious, easy-going personality who makes all his listeners feel more like they’re talking to a doctor in a bar rather than in his office. Dr. Fisch has some excellent and valuable information for men, but I encourage women to listen to because it’s something you can share with other men.

This past Saturday, Dr. Fisch invited me to be a guest on his show to talk at length about my post. I can’t say I was too shy to answer his questions and ask some of my own. The most surprising fact I learned was when Dr. Fisch said he doesn’t hesitate to prescribe Viagra or Cialis to men in their 20s.

Below is the stream for the segment on which I appeared. Please take a listen as soon as you get a chance. If you like what you hear, click here to listen to the show in its entirety.

Thank you for listening to the show. If you just so happen to not be tired of the sound of my voice, and are interested in what I have to say about other topics like the State of the Union, the movie “Red Tails,” and “Love and Hip-Hop,” my colleagues at The Root invited me on to their Confab podcast to discuss all these topics.

Here’s a link to hear the show on, or if you prefer, a link to download the podcast for free (the one I’m in is at the top).

  • Chocolate Mom

    Kudos to you for discussing a topic that most men want to keep on the hush.  It’s important and just as women talk about menopause and other feminine topics out in the open, men need to just as open because someone out there is now able to say, “It’s not just me, and there’s nothing to be ashamed of”.

  • Purple Stallion

    Jozen, great to see more people discussing a topic that needs to be as common place as water fountain conversation for so many reasons. A recent study suggests most men will suffer some form of heart attack within 5 years of being diagnosed with Erectile Dysfunction. It’s estimated as many as 30 million american men will experience some form of impotence in their lives. Lets get the discussions for mens sexual wellness out in the open 🙂


  • Talia Taylor

    I am staying up way past my bedtime, yet would also like to applaud you for delving into the physiological challenges associated with sex….what if the pre-requisite to “getting some” was at least a one minute silent touch-fest, in which each person quickly examines the other person’s everything. Basically, a quick game of Doctor for grown-ups. I imagine, this won’t go over well with most folks…but if knickers are about to dropped..then why not take a thorough look at what you are literally about to get in to. Just saying.