Women – Boost Your Libido & Save your Marriage with Lybrido – Female Viagra Pill

Holy Hormones Journal: Announcing Female Viagra to Boost Your Libido for Your Husband – Unless of Course You Would Still Rather Mop the Floor!  And there lybrido discussionyou have it – one pill for every ill mentality – and this time it is targeting women’s libidos. The ‘Save Your Marriage with Lybrido Pill’ will be on the market in three years.

Enough is enough.  I know it is up to ‘the women’ to save the world;  mop up, clean up – men’s messes – however – marketing a pill called ‘Lybrido’ to save your marriage is a bit much isn’t it?

But then again – when you watch the video of these two UK ‘journalists’ (really????) you wonder if women have been so synthetically suppressed they will believe this nonsense.
Of course you all know what I am going to say here – well good:  women’s libidos are naturally restored when we are nutrated. Sure take the Lybrido – but be prepared to crash and burn after the nice ‘sex high’ wears off.  What husband wants great sex and then wakes up to the same anxious, nervous and depressed woman he is around the rest of the time?  I think we need to give men more credit than this…. well, at least some of them.

‘Women have a responsibility to keep their libidos high for their husbands’: Could ‘female Viagra’ save YOUR marriage?

MailOnline

  • Shona Sibary and Kelly Rose Bradford debated pill on This Morning
  • Bradford said Lybrido pill could save struggling marriages
  • Sibary said for women sex is too dependent on emotions for pill to work
  • Dr Dawn Harper says pill is ideal for women otherwise happy in marriage
  • Lybrido will not solve marital problems if they are deeper than low libido

By Martha De Lacey

PUBLISHED: 06:53 EST, 29 May 2013 | UPDATED: 06:53 EST, 29 May 2013

Lybrido

Could this Pill Save Your Marriage?

With a new pill that claims to boost female libido set to hit shelves in three years, two women have been at loggerheads on live television debating the pros and cons of such a medical advancement.

Journalists Shona Sibary and Kelly Rose Bradford appeared on This Morning to share their thoughts on Lybrido – known informally as ‘female Viagra’ or ‘Sheagra’ – with Sibary believing no such pill could work on women as it does with men, because for females sex is too dependent on an emotional connection.

Bradford, however, said women ‘have a responsibility to keep their libidos high’ for their partners, and believes the pill could help save floundering marriages.

Speaking to Dr Dawn Harper and married presenters Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford, Bradford said the pill could help women suffering from a low sex drive to stop their husbands straying.

Turning to mother-of-four Sibary – who has said publicly in the past that she would ‘rather mop the floor’ than have sex with her husband – Bradford commented that it would ‘solve all your problems’.

Sibary retorted that the pill would in fact ‘cover up’ the problems, and would not necessarily keep her husband happy, adding: ‘Would it? How nice is it for my husband to know that the only reason I’m leaping into bed with him is because I’ve popped a pill?’

Dr Harper added that for a woman to lose her libido is a serious thing, but that the pill – not manufactured by the same pharmaceutical company that make Viagra – should be considered as an option only by women who are happy in their marraiges and for whom a low libido is their only complaint.

She said: ‘I think the pill does have a place among the few women who have lost their libido and would very much like it back, but who are otherwise happy.

‘There are others who have lost their libidos for different reasons – maybe they are unhappy in their marraige or don’t fancy their man anymore – but that’s a different issue.’

Sibary said women are more complicated sexually than men, and that the pill would not stimulate females emotionally.

She said: ‘If you’re a man and you want to have sex for the sake of having it, fine, pop a pill and have sex in the mechanical way.

‘But women are different. I’m the type of woman this drug is targeting, and we want to feel desirable and desired: it’s not a chemical thing, it’s an emotional thing.’

Dr Harper said that while Viagra’s secondary, mechanical side effect was discovered while creating a pill for angina, the female libido pill works more like an anti-depressant and so does stimulate emotions.

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Author: Leslie Carol Botha

Author, publisher, radio talk show host and internationally recognized expert on women's hormone cycles. Social/political activist on Gardasil the HPV vaccine for adolescent girls. Co-author of "Understanding Your Mood, Mind and Hormone Cycle." Honorary advisory board member for the Foundation for the Study of Cycles and member of the Society for Menstrual Cycle Research.