Last week Fox News commentators expressed their concern with the breakdown of American society due to 40% of households having a female breadwinner. The conclusion was this is tearing at the warp and weave of the American family.
Daniel Bergner wrote an article in New York Magazine (May 22) last month about researching, case studies and trials of a female Viagra. There are some researchers concerned about creating sexually “overly aggressive” women with the development of a “female Viagra.”
Journalist Daniel Bergner, whose story on the still-being-developed wonder drug was published last week in the New York Times Magazine, says researchers worry about creating an orgasm-hungry nympho. Yeah, the author expressed surprise at that, too.
So drug companies may actually temper the potency of these easy-to-swallow menthol-flavored passion-stimulants, lest these crazy sex-having females have, you know, crazy amounts of sex. Whenever they feel like it, which would, presumably, be way more often…
Page eight of the article quotes Andrew Goldstein, a researcher on the drug, has some concerns about women and this soon to be available drug…
You want your effects to be good but not too good, there was a lot of discussion about it by the experts in the room … the need to show that you’re not turning women into nymphomaniacs. There’s a bias against — a fear of creating the sexually aggressive woman.
***Giggle***Snort*** REALLY? Oh, my! You perceive that as a problem?
The image of the perfect woman on teevee when I was a young adult was a breadwinner and vixen.