Viagra: The Men Win Again!

Female Viagra Still in Development

 

Updated! Pfizer gives up on female Viagra

Pharmaceutical company Pfizer has given up on it's search for what had become the holy grail of drug profits - female Viagra. After years of research, they finally concluded that women's sexual arousal is primarily driven by their brain, rather than by any particular physical response.

So many promptly responded: well, duh.

Women's sexuality is made of a many different things; it's not as simple as simply making blood flow to the clitoris.

It would help if our society would stop insisting that women can orgasm through intercourse alone, which is the message so many films and even sex education classes give... 

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Female Viagra Still in Development

When Viagra was released in the late 90's it was the biggest thing to hit pharmaceuticals since penicillin. The media went mad, comedians had a field day, and men were busting themselves to get some.

The little blue pill that treats erectile dysfunction soon became shrouded in urban myth and sexual mystique. In modern folklore, Viagra is the ultimate aphrodisiac and fountain of youth. It doesn't matter how old you are, because Viagra lets you relive your youth. As long as you can get it up, you're never gonna die!

Since its release, millions of men have used it to cure their own sexual problems. Unfortunately, women haven't been given the magical "pink pill" to counter this new wave of medical lust. With over 50% of women complaining of some form of sexual dysfunction, it would appear that a "female viagra" would be extremely helpful.

Alas, it's not that simple.

Men have always had it easy. They can pee to stand up. Women are far more complicated.

Viagra works by increasing blood flow to the penis and enhancing the erectile tissue. Women's orgasms are a whole other matter, involving all the mental and physical aspects of sexuality.

Nonetheless, doctors and researchers are beavering away, trying to find the drug "holy grail" that is Womens Viagra. It could be that in a few years time, the pink pill will be a reality.

In the meantime, you could try one of the topical creams on the market (like HerTurn and Viacreme) that have been proven to enhance the sexual experience for women.

Or you could just get hot and horny by looking at porn for women. Women's pornography has come a long way in recent years, and is well suited to the exploration of women's sexuality.

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