If it fulfills a need or perceived need or a want, what’s the harm?

I was actually a little surprised to see “woman’s sex drive pill” on your list John Blaise Lent – all humans have sex drive of some kind and if one perceives their sex drive is either excessive or needs a boost for whatever reason, I don’t see the harm in it. I didn’t find viagra strange for men when it came out, nor do I find women’s sex drive pills to be strange either.

If it fulfills a need or perceived need or a want, what’s the harm?

I’m honestly surprised there isn’t a “sex drive suppression” pill that’s available. I’ve known both men and women alike that were tormented by excessive drive and needed it curtailed somehow. The needs go either way and i don’t see a problem with options being available.

I think most of it can be achieved with the right combination of vitamins, meditation or food, but for some, that’s not enough.

[a PS: Zinc –> Testosterone and Copper -> Estrogen. makes sense as they are also found in batteries tongue emoticon

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