The Orgasm Pill  

Divinitydesires 47F
4872 posts
2/19/2006 9:50 pm

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The Orgasm Pill

I was reading this article *giggles*... well... I'll let you see for yourself.

Sex, Drugs and the Elusive Female Orgasm

According to the article, sex Drugs like Viagra and Cialis represent a 2.5 billion dollar a year industry. (I'm in the wrong business.)

What's truly puzzling is that female sexual dysfunction is a much bigger problem (That must hurt guys to think of women being bigger then men. ) which means women's sexual dysfunction is potentially more lucrative, and yet no one has developed a credible Drug to treat the condition. A study done at the University of Chicago reports that 31 percent of men claim to have had one or more persistent problems with sex. (Note: The sex problems don't include "not being able to find anyone to have it with," which is also a large, but separate, problem for many men.) Ohhh... you have no idea how the men on AdultFriendFinder bitch about this. But what was shocking even to researchers was that 43 percent of women reported having persistent sexual problems. (This is another fine example where ladies don't come first.)

That's bad, of course, but if you do the math, you'll discover that if there's 2.5 billion dollars to be made from the sex problems of men, that means there's potentially 3.3 billion dollars to be made from the sex problems of women, and yet, to repeat (it does deserve repeating), there's not a single Drug out there for us gals.

This makes me want to take myself, horn-rimmed glasses, lab coat and all, out into the kitchen to whip up a little something for the ladies, seeing as there's a cool $3.3 billion in it for me. And really, how hard could it be? (*giggles* depends on how much you arouse them.

Well, of course, "How hard can it be?" is exactly the question the makers of Viagra have answered to such resounding effect. (The same people who help men get as hard as possible. I see where this is going. May I suck please? ) Apparently, dealing with the persistent sexual problems of men isn't so hard. (Men aren't hard? Bite your tongue! The most persistent male sexual problem is lack of erection, and Viagra and Cialis seem to have that problem well in hand, so to speak. I love it in my hand too... and mouth... and pussy... and... well... everywhere. ) According to sex researcher Beverly Whipple, "Women are more complex than men." And it took a genious to figure that out?

The primary sex problems in women are lack of desire and inability to achieve orgasm. Simply increasing the blood flow to the genital area, which has such a swell effect for men, doesn't really do the trick for women. Well... we don't have a cock people. I think that was intentional.

Come Again?

However, university researchers have picked up where the Drug companies have left off, studying the brain responses of women. Basically, they have taken voyeurism to a whole new level. Now the boys (and girls) back at the lab are watching women's brains as they have orgasms. (Who is having the orgasms? Researchers or women? Wait... I know this answer... Researchers because the women that they are studying can't.)

All in all, it must make for a pretty strange work environment. I mean, one can only imagine what these people discuss around the water cooler on break. (Let me guess... did you see the way she squirted? She's a moaner dude, really loud! She can cum like no other. My cock is hard all day long... )

Of course for the orgasming test women, the whole affair ends up being just as complicated and awkward a proposition as you'd imagine. Orgasm is awkward? I always thought they were fun.) If you've ever been treated to the sensual delights of having an MRI, you can understand that the claustrophobia, the onlooking technicians and the loud whirring and clicking of the machine itself is hardly the sort of environment that leads the average woman to be able to have an orgasm worth spying on. ( )

The Power of the Mind

That is why Ms. Whipple and her colleagues are now studying the brains of women who can, in her words, "self-stimulate purely through thought."(I have no issues with thinking erotic thoughts. )

That's right, there are apparently (very talented!) women out there who can, of a moment, just have the kind of thoughts that would bring them to full orgasm.(*smiles* I'm talented men.)

Naturally, the researchers are very interested to find out how these women do it. And when they're done, I've got a few questions I'd like to ask myself. (Read my blog and find out!)

Like, how do they hold jobs? (Easy... self employed and one job) Or conversations? (I flirt. ) Do I know these women? (Nope, I don't know you.) Are they the women who never seem to be bothered by anything? (*smiles*) Is it possible that the very cheerful woman I stood behind in line at the DMV recently was one of these women? (Was she a brunette?)

Giving New Meaning to "Going on the Pill"

But in pondering the topic further, it occurs to me that even if they can capture this mind-body orgasm phenomenon in some kind of a pill, would we really want that?I don't need it. If men knew that "what women want" is only a tablet away, where on earth will the poor things go with all their Viagra-induced enthusiasm for us? (AdultFriendFinder would go out of buisness... god forbid.)

According to a number of reliable sources, women's number-one complaint about men, sexually, is that they don't spend enough time on foreplay. I don't know if these same 43 percent of women who are complaining of sexual dysfunction are the same ones complaining of lack of foreplay. If they are, I think these foreplay complainers are going to come off as pretty big hypocrites if they give up on their men and take a pill that eliminates the need for foreplay entirely. (Foreplay is essential men... a lick for a lick... a kiss for a kiss...)

Also, to be fair to the men, it should be noted that in a number of surveys about men and their sexual dislikes, it turns out that one of men's biggest turn-offs about women is that they complain and criticize too much. (I never complain... I only request... Please let me suck now. ) Words, after all, are powerful, and apparently, if the women who self-stimulate through thought have taught us anything, thoughts are also powerful. (Let me slid my tongue down your shaft, babe. I want to taste your cum, swallow it, enjoy it, taste it.... please.)


papyrina 52F
21133 posts
2/19/2006 11:28 pm

what is sex again?Orgasm would be nice lol but is there a pill that turns a guy into a he knows what he's doing at last type of guy,


I'm a

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i'm here to stay


KMA5 41M
771 posts
2/20/2006 1:51 am

your witty insight and subtext go well with this article too well in fact. You're makin me think! (how horrid)
I always thought that the pill makers just had nothing better to do with their time but now i see that they are clueless twits with nothing better to do with their time. I think I'll start on my own version of the "Vaginagra" and mass produce it before they learn more than the little I know Foreplay rocks!!


KC_JJ 55M

2/20/2006 4:31 am

Hey DD,

Why don't you just whip up some rum based, sweet and fruity looking concoction and then just come up with a snappy title for it and market it as some sort of "women's viagra"?

That or something like it could potentially make you a zillion. Either that or try your hand at trying to create the hottest phone sex service on the planet. I think you may also have a knack for that sort of thing.

As I come up with more innovative career suggestions I'll send them your way.

I must now drop to a deep delta pattern to compare notes and swap jokes with my other selves currently manifesting in different historic and future periods of time.

MMM [ MMM


campfirecozy 68M

2/20/2006 4:44 am

I just looked up "wicked" in the dictionary...and there, just to the right of the word, was you picture.

I loved this! Great commentary, lol!!!
Cozy


RockPebble 70M
2493 posts
2/20/2006 6:26 am

I always thought that an old herbal remedy, like hash cookies, could take care of any problems like that. I guess I didn't do enough research when I had the chance.


aascrompn 43M
6444 posts
2/20/2006 9:18 am

I wish I were one of those researchers!! woooohooo What a job that would be!


rm_luvpiano2 57M
367 posts
2/20/2006 10:03 am

I'm all for anything that will heighten a woman's libido, sexual energy, orgasm etc. Sex is something that us creatures love sharing together.


im_curious_4u 51M

2/20/2006 12:24 pm

Actually I saw something like this on Discovery the other day. They put a couple in an MRI and had them fuck. Infact they even showed it. I guess it's ok to do that on tv since it's for science. Hmm I may have to use this to my advantage. "Excuse me ladies would you like to be part of a study on female physiology? It involves us banging each others brains out...Hey where are you going? It's for science!" Where can I get myself a lab coat?


rm_Ptalk1155 35M
3450 posts
2/20/2006 4:49 pm

LoL sounds like you certainly don't need a pill...


Kaliedascope61 42M
4084 posts
2/20/2006 6:33 pm

You mean I'll have to start looking in there medicine cabinets now? I thought it was bad not knowing if they were faking it, but whoa! she's gotta have a pill!

3.3 billion dollars huh?....ok, I'm going to start selling that pill! yes my research is nearly complete! All I need is more sexy momma's for late night rendovouz and I'll have it! 3.3 billion dollars! Holy mother of....I'M RICH!!!! muhahahaha


rm_clitoral_man 52M
605 posts
2/21/2006 1:05 pm

"studying the brains of women who can, in her words, self-stimulate purely through thought."...Hmm, well in the interest of proper scientific research, it seems there should also be a study of the brains of women who are not self-stimulated to orgasm, and need more "manual" stimulation...after all, we couldn't really be sure that the brain of self-stimulating women holds the key to orgasm until all other orgasmic stimulation options and possibilities have been fully exxxplored and compared...over and over again.

Since it seems the self-stimulating women are already being well researched at this point, I guess I'll just have to volunteer myself to help research all the other means of female orgasmic stimulation...now, the challenge of recruiting research subjects...the life of a man of science is never easy


wantonwill 61M

2/21/2006 8:42 pm

Divinity; I should print this for my wife...she is as dysfunctional in the bedroom as all the characters in the "simpson'"s and "southpark" are dysfunctional. Only you could keep us so brilliantly informed. As the Guinness bros, say in their cool beer commercial..."Brilliant!"


campfirecozy 68M

2/24/2006 6:48 am

Divinty,

If you are not providing this kind of commentary full time, then you have missed your calling. I have included you in [post 247877].

My best to you,
Cozy


BonnyBrassShiga 69M

2/27/2006 10:53 am

Hi Div.

I thoroughly enjoyed your research and editorial commentary.

This is just a guess, but it seems to me that while our culture is comfortable with giving men their "necessary" erections, the idea of developing a drug with the specific intent of bringing welcome pleasure to women, is more than our sexist, still very Puritanical society would tolerate.


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