Sexual Dysfunction

When a couple has an asymmetrical level of desire, why does one of them necessarily suffer from a medical problem - Leonore Tiefer

Sexual Dysfunction

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Do Women Need Their Own Viagra?

Aren’t women’s sexual needs as important as erectile dysfunction in men?” To hear one side tell it, that’s the central issue in the debate over what’s known as “pink Viagra,” a sexual-dysfunction drug for women. Health organizations and the pharmaceutical industry say the absence of a female drug is a pressing problem that affects millions of relationships in the U.S. every year—and is the result of decades of inequality in scientific research.

On the other hand, some researchers believe these groups, along with the drug industry, are creating a medical need where one doesn’t really exist, and that there isn’t a double standard at play in rejecting…

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