Scientists fear female libido booster too effective

Are you kidding me? All of the scientists are men. Just another attempt to control the lives of women. Let them decide if they want their libido enhanced. They’re afraid of, “crazed binges of infidelity.” ” Researchers worry about creating an orgasm-hungry nympho.” Is that not what men want. Bring on the pill.

By jennifer-wadsworth@blog.timesunion.com (Jennifer Wadsworth)

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Worried that the “female Viagra” could work too well? (Photo via Gabriel Delgado / Wikimedia Commons)

Women looking to get their freak back may soon be able to pop a new breed of lust drug: Lybrido.

But scientists developing the desire pill sometimes called “female Viagra” confided in one writer an unusual worry. They fear the libido-booster may work too well.

(And the problem with that is …?)

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.

“More than one adviser to the industry told me that companies worried about the prospect that their study results would be too strong, that the F.D.A. would reject an application out of concern that a chemical would lead to female excesses, crazed binges of infidelity, societal splintering,” Bergner writes. MORE

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Paralysed man learns-to-have-orgasms-with-his-thumb

  • News Limited Network
  • April 23, 2013


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Rafe Biggs has launched Sexability, an organisation to help people with disabilities cope with sex. Picture: via Facebook

A PARALYSED man has found a new way to enjoy sex, learning to orgasm when a woman caresses his thumb.

Rafe Biggs, 43, from California, was left quadriplegic after breaking his neck when he fell from a roof.

He lost all sensation below the waist and feared he would never again be able to experience sexual pleasure.

But a year after the accident he experienced an orgasm when a girlfriend sucked and massaged his thumb.

Mr Biggs, who now regards his thumb as a “surrogate penis,” told the Sun: “I felt this build-up of energies and felt I was getting closer and closer to orgasm.

“When I did it – it was amazing. I never thought it would be possible, but massaging and sucking on my thumb, feels a lot like my penis used to feel – it’s really hot.”

Mr Biggs, who has launched a support group for people with disablities to enjoy sex, now has regular sessions with sex therapist Lisa Skye Carl who said:

“What Rafe is experiencing is a ‘transfer orgasm’ – where another place on the body gives the same sensation. He has significant reduction in pain after a session.”