The first in a series of ebooks on “The Ageless Sex Life,” the Erotic Literary Salon Press plans to publish this fall will hopefully be in reader’s hands early enough for them to do no harm or create no disappointment – the philosophy of The Ageless Sex life. The first topic will be women’s libidos, 2 books, one for women the other for men, written on the same topic.
The following excerpt is from a recent NYTimes article:
More Women Look Over the Counter for a Libido Fix
By ABBY ELLIN
Many of the arousal products use “peppermint oil or some variation; the idea is to make you tingly,” said Bat Sheva Marcus, clinical director of the Medical Center for Female Sexuality in Manhattan and Purchase, N.Y. “Some people find it burns, some find it really arousing, or nothing.”
A more difficult question is how to define “sexual enhancement” in the first place. For men, after all, the problem tends to be self-evident; for women the questions are more complicated.
“Do they not want to have sex at all? Is there a decrease in sexual desire? Do they have an orgasm? You have to separate it,” said Dr. Cheryl L. Perlis, a gynecologist in Lake Bluff, Ill. “Some people can’t physically have an orgasm at any age. There are a lot of different definitions.”
Female sexual dysfunction remains a controversial topic, even as it becomes an official diagnosis (to be called female sexual interest/arousal disorder) in the DSM-V, the new edition of the psychiatric diagnostic manual, due in 2013. An often cited statistic, from a report in The Journal of the American Medical Association in 1999, is that 43 percent of women ages 18 to 59 experience some form of sexual dysfunction, including lack of desire, arousal or orgasm; or pain during intercourse. Entire Article: