New 'Viagra for Women' Promises to Rev Up Your Boring Sex Life

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It's about damn time, y'all! For years, men have had Viagra. Women have Fifty Shades of Grey. Or those gel lubricants. Not quite the same! But now a pharmaceutical company may have the answer to our sexually frustrated prayers. And, no, it's not Christian Grey in pill form. It's a testosterone nasal gel. A couple of sniffs and you're good to go. All ... night ... long. Let's hear more about this, shall we? Ohhhh yesss, we shall ...

A Canadian company has a new aphrodisiac for the ladies called Trefina that's administered with some of drops in the nose a couple of hours before sex. It's supposed to increase sexual desire, increase blood flow where you need it, and last up to six hours. Plus it's supposed to help you reach the Big O a lot faster and easier.

Alllll righty then. I'll take a case! Ahhh, unfortunately it's still in test trials. Boo. But those ladies in the trials must be having fun. Of course, someone had to Debbie Down all over this amazing invention. Researcher Fiona David reportedly told ONE News:

A lot of people have thought drumming up the idea of a female Viagra is just for pharmaceutical purposes, but in actual fact there is a huge need for women to have their sexual dysfunction addressed.

Sheesh, did anyone say men had to deal with their sexual dysfunction when Viagra hit the shelves? Ooohhh, so okay. Maybe there's a reason you don't want to have sex and you shouldn't just sweep that under the bedsheets with a pharmaceutically-induced orgasm. Whatevs. Men have been doing that for years.

And, yeah, so okay. Maybe we shouldn't be just like men and just want to have sex with whomever, whenever, just cause we gotta lotta testosterone racing around our blood stream. Maybe there's a reason we don't want to have sex that goes beyond being a little bored or stressed -- like maybe we need to deal with having been molested, or maybe we need to deal with the fact that we can't stand our husband. Whatever it is.

But a little sex can't hurt, right? We'll deal with that stuff later.

Would you use a sex nasal gel?


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Savannah Numinen

Yes, Yes I would. I have 2 boys under the age of 4 and my sex drive is almost non-existant!! If this actually works, I will so be looking into it!

nonmember avatar Frank

Nice story. I'm guessing the author is either single or married to a man who is miserable.

If you are dealing with the "fact you cant stand your husband" just remember, he may feel the same about you!

By the way, women need a reason to have sex. Men just need a place. LOL

tigge... tiggerbabie177

Hell ya i would use it!!! Just tell me when its avaliable!! lol

Patti Moghabghab

Absolutely I would try it. I am in a very otherwise loving relationship, but pre-menopause has seemed to sap the urge!

Kathy Cecil

absolutely... many post menopausal women need that extra boost...


BGarcel BGarcel

I would use it! I love the hell out of my husband and would love to show him how much I love him a lot more often than I do now. We have sex often but half the time I'm not all the way into it so it's mostly for him. I hate doing that. Every time we have sex he asks me if I want to orgasm because he knows he can give me one. But sometimes I think 'not today'. His face drops with a little disappointment and sadness, and I hate doing that to him. He loves giving me orgasms and I love having them. I just want to have them more often.

nonmember avatar Kgirl

They already have pull forms, they are sold in all sex shops (generally at the counter with the condoms) and they do work... Sometimes too well but then I am a young person that doesn't need them but if you do I would try the cheep ones that are legal already

Meghan Welch

Well actually there can be all kinds of reasons why a woman may not feel like having sex, and yes it is important to at least have an idea why. For example, certain medicines such as anti-anxiety meds, anti-depression meds, and even birthcontrol can lower libido. For something like that an arousal cream may just do the trick. :) 

Christen Aubuchon

I would certainly try it. I like sex, but not nearly as much as I did when I didn't have kids. But, I have issues with reaching orgasms and it kills him that I have those problems, I love having sex with my man, but I can tell he wants me to reach climax and when I don't he thinks it's his fault when it isn't. So, yes. Anything to help out my situation.

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