Niagra are shaped, colored and packaged to look exactly like Viagra, and, in fact, the instructions tell women to insert them into their partners’ Viagra boxes, replacing the actual Viagra.
What do they do? Nothing. Nothing at all.
And that’s the point.
But all of this is terribly boring. Read Anne Koedt’s classic, “The Myth of the Vaginal Orgasm.” That should have laid the entire Viagra thing to rest four decades ago.
But then along came that blue pill cursed by millions of women around the globe: Viagra. Suddenly, men who hadn’t had an erection in years were making the sexual demands of a teenager. The mainstream pharmaceutical companies responded with a drug for women… flibanserin. Not surprisingly and unlike Viagra, this is actually a drug that messes with the brain. In fact, it was originally developed as an anti-depressant. Initially, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) unanimously voted against recommending approval… because flibanserin was about as effective as a placebo and the side effects were terrifying. Five years later, it was approved over the strenuous objections of women’s health organizations.
So… today, Niagra… with the clever slogan, “For women who give a dam.”
Because, sisters, there is not a “dam” thing wrong with you if you don’t like penetration. There is Respectile Dysfunction going on any time a man insists on perpetrating on your body an act that you do not find pleasurable or welcome.
You will find that the only side effects to using Niagra will be increased autonomy, enhanced trust in your relationship to your body, and, in many cases, an aroused curiosity about and willingness to explore lesbianism.