A University of Arizona research team discovers an interesting side effect to a sunless tanner (a bronzer) compound (Bremelanotide):
The compound also worked with female rats and humans:when the scientists ran tests on a small number of men, they heard back from almost all with an unexpected response: sudden and stunningly rigid erections. And unlike the effects of Viagra, which were all about the hydraulics of the blood, the bronzer tilted the mind, left it reeling with lust.
Some of the human female responses included:But what inspired corporate glee was the female reaction. The tallies of hops and darts, of head-pointings and prancings away, of climbing the hindside of a male and doing a demonstration hump - the utterances of 'I crave you' in feminine rat parlance-- soared.
Unfortunately, the compound also caused nausea and high blood pressure in a small number of human females, so the company didn't complete the FDA approval process. If this drug gets released, no one would get any work done, so it's probably for the best.I was focused on sex; I wasn't thinking about anything else. My climax was like it used to be. I was able to climax multiple times.
Reference: "What Do Women Want? Adventures in the Science of Female Desire" by Daniel Bergner (2013).