Viagara For Women – Not Sure About That

Viagara For Women - Not Sure About That Linda Franklin The Real Cougar WomanTrying to understand female sexuality is becoming a mainstream issue, and that’s a good thing.
Sunday’s New York Times Magazine section had an interesting article on why so many women are struggling  with the loss of their sexual excitement.  You can access  the full article here or read the gist of it below. 
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Center for Sexual Medicine at Sheppard Pratt in the suburbs of Baltimore women are participating in a new study.  The women chosen are either married or in committed relationships.  When they’re finish answering a series of  questions on their sex life they are given a round of pills.

The pills were either a placebo or a new drug called Lybrido, created to stoke sexual desire in women. The women are  supposed to take the tablets before having sex, and for every time she puts a pill on her tongue, she was supposed to make an entry in her online diary about her level of lust.

The promise of Lybrido and of a similar medication called Lybridos, which Tuiten also has in trials, or of whatever chemical finally wins the race for F.D.A. approval, is that it will be possible to take a next step, to give women the power to switch on lust, to free desire from the obstacles that get in its way. “Female Viagra” is the way drugs like Lybrido and Lybridos tend to be discussed. But this is a misconception. Viagra meddles with the arteries; it causes physical shifts that allow the penis to rise. A female-desire drug would be something else. It would adjust the primal and executive regions of the brain. It would reach into the psyche.

For many women  the cause of their sexual malaise appears to be monogamy itself.  There are so many factors involved so reading the full article is suggested.

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One thought on “Viagara For Women – Not Sure About That

  1. Men will always want women to want them more. I don’t think that is necessarily a bad thing. If a drug to alter women’s libido levels is sold, some men will try to misuse it. Men using drugs to alter women’s libidos, without their knowledge or against their wills, is definitely a bad thing.

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