Here’s a “disease” you may never have heard of, and from which, even so, you may be suffering.
43 percent of American women experience “some degree of impaired sexual function,” according to a Journal of the American Medical Association article.
But. Um. Er. What is “impaired sexual function?” and how would any of us know if we’ve got it?
The FDA’s definition of ISD includes decreased desire or arousal, sexual pain and orgasm difficulties—but only if the woman feels “personal distress” about it.
Decreased desire or arousal? Not having an orgasm every time there’s erm …sexytime?
At the risk of outing myself as an ISD sufferer ..isn’t that ….normal?
Especially if you have 200 children, a full-time job, Julius Malema on the horizon, have just lived through the biggest recession of our times, have a mortgage, are no longer 16, have 200 children, have just cooked 3 meals for four people, done homework, bath ‘n bed, washing up, begged repeatedly for 200 children to clean their teeth, cleaned up dog sick, cleaned out a goldfish tank and just spoken to your mother-in-law on the phone?
Did I mention that perhaps you have 200 children?
If the poor chick is younger, perhaps she’s sleeping with guys like Chas or Matt (the Two Princes of my earlier post) and ….come on! Any vagina could get restless and want to run a mile if confronted with them.
I could go on, but please.
Who is behind THIS NONSENSE?
Could it be big pharmacological companies such as …Pfizer—who are selling women Viagra based on the fact that it works for men (even though it has proven to be explosively …ineffective when used by women) , and Procter & Gamble (P&G), which, using the same logic, has put its money on testosterone (Which causes us to grow beards and moustaches?)*
What a good idea: to treat a disease that doesn’t exist.
If there isn’t a market – create one!
* Well, maybe it’s ONE way to solve the problem. More female facial hair = less male desire = more time for female to sleep = More female desire. (Let the poor female vagina get some rest!)