Lybrido: Why Are Some Men So Worried About The
New Female Viagra?
By August McLaughlin, eHow
Move over zombies. There’s a new monster coming to town: the
sex-crazed, aggressive woman. Left unstopped, these raging
nymphomaniacs will facilitate a chaotic world in which women not
only desire and enjoy sex, but seek it with uncontrollable
doggedness. So say skeptics of Lybrido, the female Viagra equivalent
expected to become available in 2016.
Before Lybrido was approved for eventual release, predominantly male
industry advisers expected that companies would reject the drugs for
fear that they would trigger “female excesses, crazed binges of
infidelity [and] societal splintering,” wrote New York Times
journalist Daniel Bergner in May 2013. Critics of the
nymphomania-fearing skeptics consider this stance offensive
paranoia. Some wonder whether a need for such medication even
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