Do Women Need Their Own Pink Viagra Pill?

Something that used to be so private has now become quite public, talking about sexual intimacy and the need (or needlessness) for the female equivalent of men’s viagra. Is the so-called pink pill really needed by women or it is just the roar of those demanding equal rights that we are hearing?

Women used to welcome the change of life as time when their own sexual prowess would peak, then wind down and match that of the aging man who was in their lives. Provided the man was close in age to the woman, their sexual desire would be almost equal by mid-life for the first time in their lives, at least according to some Skout research.

Then came a little blue pill that allowed the man to regain peak performance in bed just about the time his female partner was ready to wind down and spend a few nights a week curled up with a book instead of…well, you know.
Now to equalize the male and female’s sexual desire after a certain age is reached, a cry for a little pink pill is being heard all across the land. Do women really want or need their own pink viagra pill? The answer depends on who you ask. Middle-aged women will say no, equal rights proponents will say yes.

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