Golden years... for harlotry
Who needs Social Security...
Conservatives have been lamenting the pornification of culture ever since Bill Clinton blew his load of presidential DNA all over Monica Lewinsky's dress. At the time, feminists were more than willing accomplists to this debasement of Our Nation's Virtue, and time has only added to their depravity. Rather than instructing our young ladies in the fine art of keeping their legs firmly clenched until marriage, they promote the most deviant and reckless sexual activities known to humanity, like masturbation and "oral" sex... as if talking about it is any less dirty. Thanks to their efforts, public schools have been minting fresh crops of pre-teen jezebels, all of whom are instructed in the feminist technique of getting pregnant as soon as they can so they can make some poor man's life hell and never have to put out or work again.
Evidently setting schools of nine-year old barracudas on the Christian menfolk of America isn't enough for the Clintons and their mirthless band of Amazons, so they've enlisted the help of the "scientific" community to create an army of geriatric roboskanks who are coming to sexx you up:
A drug that could do for women what Viagra has done for men is being tested at the University of Virginia.The belief that women want -- or even enjoy -- sex is one of the most dangerous ideas to come out of the counterculture of the 1960's, and thanks to the help of "science," this lie continues to propagate. I also find it deeply troubling that the same radical subculture that advocates the legalization of "tuning in, turning on, and dropping out" is promoting yet another drug for their patchouli-scented minions to abuse -- turning on, indeed. LibiGel? I think that should be LiberalGel.
The drug is a testosterone-laden ointment called LibiGel and it's intended to boost the libido of women who have lost interest in sex. ...
The condition is believed to affect one-third of American women.
"It is the most common sexual problem that women have," said Dr. Anita Clayton, a psychiatrist with the UVa Health System and author of the 2007 book "Satisfaction: Women, Sex and the Quest for Intimacy." ...
If given the green light by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Illinois-based BioSante Pharmaceuticals Inc. hopes to offer the drug to any woman complaining of a low sex drive.
I shudder to think of the ravages that this drug will have on the American public once gangs start dealing it on city streets. Will some pusher get Liddy Dole hooked on it and force her to do thirty-second promotional spots where she waxes poetic about getting her freak on, all in order to support her growing habit? Will Bratz come out with a line of dolls for seniors whose accessories include walkers and vibrators? This is a nightmarish vision of the future, and the only way to provide a Moral bulwark against this unbridled carnality is to keep drugs for sexual dysfunction out of the hands of women and in the hands of men, where they belong. Praise Him!