Clinical trials have labeled the drug Flibanserin unsafe and ineffective for increasing female libido, leading many to question the ethics of “medical branding” that targets low sex drive in women.
Associate professor Adriane Fugh-Berman from Georgetown University has been studying the Flibanserin marketing campaign. “This is really a classic case of disease branding,” she said.
One Japanese woman who isn’t shopping around for potential libido-raising drugs is Anri Suzuki. The porn star/doctorate degree-holder (no, we did not make that up) recently offered to have sex with Chinese students in order to apologize for the 1937 Japanese invasion of China. “I want to cure the wounds of China with my body, and I offer to do this by having sex with Chinese students in Japan,” Suzuki said. “I think it would be a symbolic compensation for them.”
Someone who might want to actually curb his “sexual generosity” is Perez Hilton, who faces potential child pornography charges after posting an upskirt photo of Miley Cyrus on his website. Perez stated he shared the picture because he wanted to “encourage Miley to be ladylike.” Or, maybe he’s just been taking too much Flibanserin.