The real ‘female Viagra’

August 18th, 2015 | Posted by jameswatkins in Uncategorized


This just in: Today the FDA approved Addyi (flibanserin) AKA “female Viagra.” In clinical trials, the little pink pill increased sexual desire only 10 percent better than a placebo.* With that in mind, our research department indicates that the following medications may increase sexual desire in women significantly more than Addyi.

“Forget female Viagra! Here’s what’s really needed,” one woman responded.

Biagra
Has been shown to reduce anxiety attacks in males often associated with shopping malls and flea markets.

Criagra
Preliminary testing confirms the drug unclogs male tear ducts during weddings and “chick flicks.”

Friagra
Studies have shown that men actually acquire cooking skills and a desire to help in the kitchen with this medication.

Iagra
Male Pattern Blindness (“Where are my socks?” “I can’t find the ketchup!”) was alleviated in three out of four test subjects.

Liagra
Derived from sodium pentathal, it causes males to be truthful about size of fish that got away, golf scores and their whereabouts when “working late.”

Niagra
Promises to relieve multiple trips to the bathroom in the middle of the night for eight out of ten males.

Piagra
Studies show this diet drug works by creating a chemical aversion to pie, cake and doughnuts.

Pliagra
Has been found to reverse hard, rigid, unbending attitudes in males.

Wiagra
Constant questioning and second-guessing were completely eliminated in males tested.

When questioned if males would consent to taking these ego-altering medications, women were unanimous: “No Criagra, no Viagra!”

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* “Across the three trials, about 10 percent more Addyi-treated patients than placebo-treated patients reported meaningful improvements in satisfying sexual events, sexual desire or distress. ” Food and Drug Administration

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2 Responses

  • Women’s sexual response is improve more frequently when hands are held, tears are shared, love is put into words, and when you pray together daily. Who needs a pill when you’ve got a guy like mine?

    • Thanks for your comment, Charlotte. There are women with biochemical imbalances who have little if any libido–even if they have a great guy, so I do hope a pill is developed. With only a 10 percent difference between actual drug and placebo, this little pink pill doesn’t seem to be the answer, though.



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