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All of SJ.com will cheer this scientific breakthrough

Discussion in 'Anything goes' started by Perry White, May 1, 2007.

  1. Perry White

    Perry White Active Member


    Hope for sex-boost slimming pill

    Scientists are developing a pill which could boost women's libido and reduce their appetite.

    The hormone-releasing pill has so far only been given to female monkeys and shrews who displayed more mating behaviour and ate less.
    When it was given to monkeys, they displayed mating behaviour such as tongue-flicking and eyebrow-raising to the males, while female shrews displayed their feelings via "rump presentation and tail wagging".

    But the animals also ate around a third less food than they normally would.

    Professor Millar hopes to achieve a similar rise in libido and fall in appetite in a pill for women.
  2. RokSki

    RokSki New Member

    I'm always fascinated by the different receptive-to-mating signals females of different species exhibit. Tongue-flicking? That's a new one. :)
  3. "...while female shrews displayed their feelings via "rump presentation and tail wagging".


    I think not!
  4. Pastor

    Pastor Active Member

    The real benefit will be the reduced cost of pre-nookie dinner.
  5. rallen13

    rallen13 Member

    The hell with the women! I want one for men!!!!!
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