Friday, June 01, 2007

The search for the female Viagra.

So in my copious spare time, I'm contributing to a collective blog, Blogadilla.com. It's the place where I'm posting all the stuff that doesn't quite fit this blog. Although recently, I made an exception.

You see, one of my fellow 'Dillas (as we're calling ourselves), dubbed me the Blogadilla sex maven. He convinced me to contribute a weekly sex factoid. Being a pushover (and a sucker for free publicity), I said OK.

Today's Blogadilla bit: a recent article in the New York Times about a drug that's being investigated as the female equivalent of Viagra. Hope you'll check it out (the article, not the drug).

And if you want to give me your thoughts as to how women can rev up a flagging libido, please do. Because I really want to know. I mean, I really want to know. If you catch my drift.

1 comment:

Trishwah said...

Hi. Just discovered your blog via Amazon.

I used to have a libido problem as part of my depression problem. Wellbutrin did WONDERS. Not for everyone, I know.

My husband's view of the gender disparity surrounding viagra (and why he sees the logic in insurance covering it) is that penises are supposed to get hard. If they don't, that's unhealthy. We typically have this argument when I say it's unfair that insurance typically doesn't cover birth control. He doesn't see it as a parallel argument. I guess it isn't.