Stephen Colbert Doesn’t Need Female Viagra, But You May

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These days there's a pill for everything: headache, heartache, heart conditions, and, of course, hard-ons. Few areas of the present-day human condition have been affected by the advent of pills as profoundly as what Stephen Colbert calls "bonerology" (#bonerology). A tiny blue pill now allows 91-year-old men sitting in cold bath water to sustain an erection for six hours. It's magic! And now, as Colbert points out, women may actually care: Female Viagra, called Flibanserin, is on the way. It will help women regain their libido, as long as they stay stone-cold sober, since you can't drink to improve the appearence of your potential sex partner while taking Flibanserin. Of course, this new pink pill won't alter Stephen Colbert's sex life in any way — all the women with whom he's slept told him the sex was "sufficient." If only we could all have your bedroom prowess, Stephen.