For ages it has been a pretty patriachal world; religiously, educationally, athletically, scientifically and business wise. It hasn’t been much different in the “bed room” either. Discussion of sex, sexuality and issues particularly pertaining to women… have mostly been about the guys. If it was about you the “weaker sex” it was kept “under the covers” as much as possible by the societies and cultures of their times. From Africa, to the Middle East, to Europe, Asia and the Americas, all cultures throughout the ages have made their attempts to address sexual dysfunction. Witch doctors, medicine men, priestess, ancient medical practioners, herbalist, religious leaders, political leaders, societies at large have all had their hand in this.
There were three common threads among them all. One, women were to blame and solutions were focused towards men. Two, Taboo. Societies rarely allowed for open discussion in this area. Three, sheer ignorance as to the physiology and psychology of how the human body functioned and how different men and women are in the sexual arena, dispite our similarities.
Science, opened the door to better understanding and solutions, but it was also limited by the use of just empirical observations and impaired by religious and societal mores.
But it was a start. And it began moving us away from, superstitions and beliefs and more towards theory and proof. It has been a slow, arduous process.
Taking a quick snap shot of that process might look something like this. China and India of 4000 to 3000 years ago using acupuncture and Ayurvedic approaches. Though their approaches were documented based on empirical evidence and had much success those practices still catered towards men, was limited to those who were rich and that information stayed in Asia for centuries.
The Middle East as far back as a millennium ago had doctors using topical treatments and medications to help improve the sexual performance of guess who — men who had impotence or what we today call erectile dysfunctIon. As to what was being used by women in that area of the world at that time may never be really known.
Looking at Europe during the Age of Enlightenment, The Renaissance and The Victorian eras. We see more effective reasoning with a more scientific approaches taking place. Tools are being developed to support empirical observations to aid us in substantiating those observations. There are a lot of hurdles along the way though. Religious and superstitious views are very much entrenched in not only how we saw ourselves in the world but in the universe. People were being castigated for thinking for themselves, challenging that the earth is the center of the universe theory and sexual conduct not approved by the religious authorities of the time. So open sex related discussion was not going to be added to this list for fear of punishment. Besides, the thought of the day then was that if it was not working in the bedroom, it was the woman’s fault. Believe it or not though, progress was being made.
That progress came through the 19th & 20th century works of Sigmund Freud, Carl Jung, and Alfred Kinsey. They revolutionized the way women’s sexual issues had been looked at and addressed, finally providing viable ways to actually aid women. The word libido begins replacing words like Female Hysteria and sexual dysfunction. Slightly more than midway through the 20th century Masters & Johnson helped this effort even more.
The United States 1985. We are reading medical and drug publications. We discover that a radical new drug had been developed, under the guidance of a woman with a cast of thousands. That drug was called sildenafil citrate. Its purpose was to improve men’s sexual dysfunctional performance. 1998 became its official launch to the adult male populace — its street name, the little blue pill. A huge hit to say the least – because it worked plain and simple. Even men who didn’t need it were using it. This drug did something else. It further opened the door to honest public discussions on male impotence/dysfunction – libido and our female/male relationships. Were there any downsides? Yes. The drug had physical side effects for men and did not address the needs of women. But, the benefits seemingly outweighed the downside.
Now we are entering the dawn of a new millennium. The three common threads have almost been resolved. Women for the most part are not to blame. There is much less that is taboo. And knowledge has replaced ignorance in many cases.
With that has come an underground movement going on in the United States for the last few decades beginning around the last quarter of the 20th century. People have been searching for alternative approaches to treating the human body that was more natural, less invasive or not invasive at all. Diet, herbs, energy medicine, chiropractic procedures, meridians, Qi were all gaining notoriety. The success they were achieving at helping people with various maladies more naturally and without being burdened with the adverse side effects of allopathic practices has been gaining ground.
The practice of Acupuncture was re-discovered as a viable alternative to assist our bodies. Based around the principle of Qi ( chē ) — being the bodies innate energy and meridians, the energy pathways that Qi travels through— very fine needles are placed on acupuncture points of the body to bring about balance to the body thereby helping the body to achieve optimum performance. And, it has been re-discovered that it can also help in the areas of libido. But, you still would need a well trained practitioner of acupuncture and it is somewhat invasive.
What if there was finally a way to address women’s libido needs that was not invasive. What if it had nothing but benefits and no downside or side effects? What if it could possibly help with bringing more balance to that hormone imbalance of yours? If it could help reduce or eliminate hot flashes too, would you be willing to try it? And, the only practitioner you would need is yourself! EUREKA! WELL THERE IS!
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To Your Health, Chipsterhealth
January 20, 2013
Writing an article on sex was one of the most challenging for me. My drafts were many more than my usual because I was trying to keep it interesting, fun, brief, not offensive, informative and yet to the point as possible within the blogging framework. For the most part, I hope that I have succeeded.
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