The new female viagra

Amusing point about this. So, they’re trying to get a drug to boost women’s libido through the FDA. That FDA is muttering that they’re not sure the effects outweigh the health risks. Fainting spells and the like. Which actually sounds a bit odd really.

Taking the pill would obviously be evidence of consent and fainting, well, bloke could still get on with it couldn’t he?

But the real problem seems to be that it doesn’t mix well with alcohol. So, how does anyone convince the bird to take the pill in the first place?

14 comments on “The new female viagra

  1. I just love the Victorian-ness of it all. Women with a raised libido will become hysterical and subject to fainting fits?

  2. Given the new legislation, no-one should be having sex with a lady who has consumed any alcohol whatever, since a lady (actually, I hope the legislation says PERSON) who is under the influence is deemed to be unable to have given consent.

  3. “So, how does anyone convince the bird to take the pill in the first place?”

    That’s the real question: taking the pill must be evidence that actually lady in question doesn’t really want to get it on in the first place…

  4. Surely the idea is that you crush it into powder and sprinkle it on her oysters – some things its better for a lady not to know.

  5. >So, how does anyone convince the bird to take the pill in the first place?

    Tell her she can’t have it (because them over there say she can’t).

  6. A dirty old man fancies a bit of the other but can’t get it up. So he pops a pill which interferes with an enzyme that affects blood flow to the dick which then allows him to get a hard-on. Presumably he’s arranged for a sexual partner who’s ready and willing to get it on with him and off they go.

    So what’s the situation with this female Viagra? Does it physically change something in her plumbing that allows her to enjoy sex?

    Or is there some hormone or enzyme or brain chemical or something that reduces inhibition or increases female libido and this new pill affects the level?

    And what happens when some terrorist pops a load in the water supply?

  7. “And what happens when some terrorist pops a load in the water supply?”
    Us blokes?
    We all die. With smiles on our faces.

  8. The Pedant-General – “That’s the real question: taking the pill must be evidence that actually lady in question doesn’t really want to get it on in the first place…”

    Surely the fact she has taken it ought to be evidence that she is consenting? In fact, given the law is to be changed so that if your wife has a glass of wine and you say “how about it then?”, you will be guilty of rape, gentlemen would be sensible to insist that any woman indicates consent through a verifiable act such as taking this sort of pill.

    Not that the people who read this blog need women to take this pill. Oh no. We all know *our* women don’t have that sort of problem. It is just for the legal verification of consent you see. As for fainting fits, well I don’t like to boast, but that usually comes after. Or during. You know.

  9. Dave – “I just love the Victorian-ness of it all. Women with a raised libido will become hysterical and subject to fainting fits?”

    Yeah. That whole suffragette thing was a bit of a mistake wasn’t it? In other Victorian news, Jilly Cooper’s Sloane Ranger (actually they are probably all trying to remain Yummy Mummies now) bonkfest, Riders, is being re-issued for a 30th anniversary. And the neo-Victorians got to it. They have toned down the front cover:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3108625/The-cheek-Writers-arms-racy-cover-original-Jilly-Cooper-bonkbuster-Riders-toned-30th-anniversary.html

    This is where normally I would do my Ian B impersonation and rant against the Third Wave feminists. But frankly I can’t be bothered. I am just grateful that at least two female characters were not re-written as trans-gender. Because, you know, we are all haters or something.

  10. “And what happens when some terrorist pops a load in the water supply?”

    There won’t be any virgins left for them.

  11. “So what’s the situation with this female Viagra? Does it physically change something in her plumbing that allows her to enjoy sex?”

    No, it makes her hallucinate that the man is much richer than he really is.

  12. Is it just Viagra? I’ve known a few younger couples in their 20s and 30s to give the Viagra to the woman. It just increases blood flow to the groin and makes women super horny. The male half of the same couple said that when *he* took it, it was mildly painful because his penis became so engorged. That’s what I’ve heard anecdotally from some close friends.

  13. @Kevin Monk

    “That’s what I’ve heard anecdotally from some close friends” It’s okay, we believe you 🙂

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