Big Pharma has got a big prey in sight; all unsatisfyed women. Of course men has nothing to do with this? Men are always willing, always capable? So it must be something wrong with women? Maybe a pill would help? A quick fix.
After all Viagra has been a big success. That the same pill has become a nightmare for many women the 'pill industry' doesn't bother about. They sell dreams and fantasies, not reality.
The fact that there is a Viagra pill contradict the statement of 'men always capable'. Also that they ignore.
Everything must have a reason, and a pill is the answer to everything? So thinks Big Pharma. A pill is so easy to swallow. The cure is easy, and brings money to Big Pharma. What if it also brings happiness? What would be better?
The Selling of the Female Orgasm.
70 percent of women don’t reach orgasm during coitus. It is quite normal.
A provocative new documentary targets Big Pharma’s quest for a female Viagra. They didn't tell that in this video? The video has been taken away. How greedy can they be?
The film is a desperately needed antidote to all the hype generated by pharmaceutical companies pursuing their holy grail: a female Viagra — something called “female sexual dysfunction”. “They were telling me that 43 percent of women had this disorder, which I found amazing, how could that be true if I had never heard of it before?” Women often suffered profoundly because their sex lives didn’t live up to the glowing imagery displayed in popular culture. She found that the often-cited 43 percent figure actually refers to a 1994 study of all kinds of sexual problems, including a lack of sexual desire, anxiety about performance, and pain during intercourse. Canner ultimately concluded that the catch-all female sexual dysfunction is essentially a phony disease made up by pharmaceutical companies.“A lot of this is about marketing,” she says. “They are trying to sell disorders.”
No single drug could possibly cure all of women’s sexual problems because there are so many potential causes for a woman’s inability to enjoy sex. Male impotence is essentially a mechanical problem that can be cured by a medication that enables erection. But women may turn away from sex for many reasons: physical, emotional, psychological. I think there is a great danger that many healthy women could end up taking drugs that could harm them to fix a disease they don’t have.” What does make a woman more receptive to sex? That’s still something of a mystery.
There may be cheaper and faster ways to reduce inhibition—like a glass of wine and a more attentive partner. And the European women didn’t experience the same benefit from creams and pills as their North American sisters, perhaps because they already are less inhibited.
Neuroscience about how the brain works to influence sexual desire is still primitive, Tiefer says. “The idea that you have to rebalance your brain? That’s just ludicrous.”
Pay more attention! This consider both men and women, but especially men should not think that sex is just an act in the bedroom. Sex is something much more. It is the openness to each other. No pill can fix that. Humans are more than animals. Humans need 'souls'.
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