Female Viagra: Twitter Reacts Hilariously To FDA's Approval Of Drug To Help Female Libido [PHOTO]

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Women with libido problems no longer need to worry about it impacting their sex lives following the FDA's approval of a new drug which ia marketed to help women with these problems increase their sex drive.

The drug, called Addyi, is designed to help women regain their sex drive by boosting levels of brain chemicals, and is being referred to as a form of "Female Viagra". However, unlike the drug that has long been marketed to men who suffer from Erectile Dysfunction, it does not increase blood flow to the genital area.

The drug is set to be made available starting in October.

Since the news broke, the internet has been having some varied reactions to the news, with some commenting on how the pill's existence (and the fact that it is going to be pink) makes it sexist.

However, many more, both men and women, have been having fun with the announcement and cracking jokes about it-which have varied from commenting on the warning that come attached to actual Viagra:

To cracks like the one from country singer Brad Paisley, who hinted the news would make it into the CMA Awards opening monologue:

And of course, there are also several cracks about how the drug is likely not as effective as other methods:

 

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