Wednesday, November 19, 2014

POLL - Will You Take Pink Viagra To Boost Your Desire? #WomenDeserve



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So men have viagra or the little blue pill for when they need some help getting in the mood, the question now is, do women need the same chemical solution? I ask you directly, would you take a pink viagra for women if it were available?

The American Food and Drug Administration reportedly met with sex experts last month, who argued that women also deserved a libido medication just like the men have theirs. One of their campaigns called #womendeserve has a hilarious spoof viagra video that makes the case for fairness in approving sexual dysfunction medicines for both genders.



However, the Los Angeles Times argues that women not wanting to have sexual intercourse is not a biological problem, and those so-called experts who are pushing for the FDA to give women Pink Viagra or a similar drug are shams backed by big Pharma.

The International Society for the Study of Women's Sexual Health, which is largely funded by the pharmaceutical industry, had joined with Sprout Pharmaceuticals and other companies with skin in the game to develop two slick campaigns, “eventhescore.org” and “womendeserve.org,” which argued that the FDA's failure to approve a drug to treat women's sexual problems was “sexist.” After all, men have Viagra and its various relatives.

The patients told stories of their frustrations and distress, but they appeared to have been coached to demand drug solutions. They acknowledged that their travel expenses to the meeting had been paid.

Wearing matching green scarves and buttons proclaiming “#WomenDeserve,” the women described the mixed results and side effects of their various off-label treatments, including implanted testosterone pellets, testosterone gels and antidepressants.

They insisted they had no nonmedical problems. Their desire had simply “turned off like a light switch,” as one woman said, sometimes as much as 30 years earlier, and they wanted it back, routine and predictable.

According to Yahoo! News, there are two campaigns,#WomenDeserve and eventhescore.org, that have been fighting for a woman’s right to sexual desire. The report states that there are not one, but 26 different FDA-approved medications on the market for men who need a little help getting aroused, but none for women.

So, is pink Viagra the answer? Do you think it will help you as a woman, and as a man reading this, will you recommend pink viagra for your partner for those times when she's not in the mood, or would you rtather put in the work to get her there?

Vote by the side.








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