Making The Case Against A Viagra Culture

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Viagra helps men fight ED. This much we know. But is that ultimately a good thing?

We don't have the pleasure of owning a man parts, so we can't speak directly about erectile dysfunction or any other such problems. But William Leith, a writer for The Daily Mail (who we're pretty sure owns one), has some out-of-the-box ideas about the sexual wonder drug Viagra and how it may not really help either gender in the sex department. Viagra Boosts Release of "Love Hormone"

The pills, he thinks, may give men a false sense of sexual prowess. While a flaccid penis isn't fun for anyone, does a rock hard member really ensure a good time in the hay for women? He thinks not. Rather, he says, men should sharpen their warm and fuzzy. That's what women really desire. Women Are Confusing Flirts

Like anything that appeals to guys, it [Viagra] works in a mechanical way that's easy to understand. It knocks out an enzyme that blocks the flow of blood. But women are not like men—not when it comes to sex, anyway. For women, sex is not a mechanical business. It's not just about getting the machinery working. It's about all those other things men tend to forget about—meaningful glances and feeling safe and proper conversation and hugging and listening.

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