She's Just Not That Into You
If you're like me, minus the paper bag, you probably get a lot of SPAM email. I'll get beauties with subject lines like, "Update your monster to the newest tool" or "Surprise her with your steel package." Classy.
Most of them get caught by my enormous SPAM filter but some manage to slip through the gaping crack of my inbox. I then have to lovingly delete them with my hard, plastic mouse. Good times.
Sometimes, in an effort to remove the sticky SPAM from my bulging inbox, I accidentally release its contents onto my wide, erect monitor. Even worse, recently I gave into temptation and unwillingly followed a particularly meaty SPAM back to its homepage money shot. And what would you imagine I found on the other end? Viagra® for men AND women.
Of course I've heard of Viagra® for men although I assure you I've no need for the little blue pill, thank you very much but, Viagra® for women? Smells fishy to me.
Growing up, every boy’s rite of passage into manhood involves dating Rosie Palmer and or getting a hold of some Spanish Fly to drive the girls wild with desire. But sadly I quickly learned that an aphrodisiac for women was nothing more than an urban legend and that my time would be better spent finding a cream that would remove the unsightly hair from my palms.
Fast forward years to my Viagra® SPAM email and now I was intrigued. After all these years and through the advances in modern pharmaceuticals, could there finally be a libido enhancer for women? I mean c'mon. As disinterested as most women are in having sex, this would have to be one ginormous little blue pill.
After some quick research on the Internets I concluded that Viagra® for women is essentially a hoax. Nonetheless, I was surprised to find out that there is a very large and underserved market for libido enhancers for women.
Just how large? Some 43 percent of women suffer with sexual dysfunction, compared to 31 percent of men, according to University of Chicago researcher Dr. Edward Laumann. And some $2 to $3 billion will be spent within the next ten years on products aimed at improving the sex lives of these women.
Some studies have concluded that a woman's lack of sexual desire is more psychological rather than physical. Ah ha! I knew it! The excuse, "Not tonight. I gotta headache" is pure BS. What she's really saying is, "Dude, I'm just not that into you." Ugh... wait a minute. I don't know which sexual barrier is worse - physical or psychological? Either way, they both probably mean no nookie for me tonight.
Not to worry. With such a throbbing market at stake, my money is on the greedy pharmaceutical companies to find a solution faster than a prom dress hits the floor. C'mon science! Luck be a lady tonight!