From the front page of the Daily Mail

Reduced sex drive is the health issue women feel most uncomfortable discussing with GPs, then discomfort during sex,

Oh Aye?

Sez ‘Oo?

according to research by intimate moisturiser manufacturer, Relpens.


9 thoughts on “From the front page of the Daily Mail”

  1. Sounds like pretty weak research; I could have done better myself. In fact, if “intimate moisturiser manufacturer, Relpens” would gizza job I ‘d like to prove it.

  2. “Intimate moisturiser manufacturer”? Whatever happened to saliva? Or olive oil – extra virgin, obviously.

  3. So Much For Subtlety

    This is what is called pathologizing normal life. See depression or autism. Replens has obviously decided there is a limit to competition with J&J and Revlon. It wants to take over KY’s territory. Fair enough. But they should spare us the bullsh!t.

    I like the idea of a more middle class, feminine KY jelly. I am sure there is a gap in the market and they will do well. But they should still spare us the bullsh!t. Yet here we are. Talking about them.

  4. Think of the poor GP. There you are expecting to take someone’s blood pressure, and they start blathering on about how they wish they could have more sex.

  5. So Much For Subtlety

    bloke in france – “Or, for Top Gear fans, motor oil.”

    WD 40. Comes with an easy-to-use nozzle to get into those hard to reach places.

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