June 21, 2010

SOCIETY WATCH: FEMALE VIAGRA FAILS TO EXCITE! GREAT, NOW, IT'S BACK TO FOREPLAY AGAIN...

A "pink pill" to boost women's sex drive remains elusive after a decade of searching by some of the world's biggest drugmakers.

A panel of health experts on Friday rejected the latest offering submitted for federal approval: an antidepressant drug that failed to increase sexual desire in two studies.

The Food and Drug Administration's panel of reproductive advisers voted unanimously that the benefits of the pill from Boehringer Ingelheim did not outweigh side effects, including fatigue, depression and fainting spells.
Oh, well... and here I thought that the Viagra men would now have something to work with, the Viagra women. But nope.

Female arousal is still as elusive to most of us men as that infamous g-spot.

And every man knows that finding it is like being in a long, drawn-out Indiana Jones sequence.

During which we go into a tunnel, get shot at by midgets as the tunnel closes behind us. Only to find that golden statue deep within. And just when take it (lick and flick it), when we think we made it, a giant rolling rock collapses on us.

That, then, would be called the female orgasm.

Get out! Get out while you still can! Run, Indy!

Actually, lady... you will call him Doctor Jones! 

P.S. Actually, female sexuality not so much like Indiana Jones. More like the old Star Trek.

Women! The final frontier! These are the voyages of the star ship Enterprise, on its 4 minute mission to find new worlds, explore an alien life form and go... where no man has gone before.