Is female sexual dysfunction a myth?
There's no doubt that Viagra is one of the most profitable drugs ever made, and since it's success pharmaceutical companies have been trying to develop an equivalent for women.
Many experts disagree with the whole pharmaceutical definition of female sexual dysfunction claiming women's sexual problems are far more likely to be psychological, either because of unhappy relationships, boredom or some sexual trauma in the past.
Ray Moynihan's book, Sex, Lies and Pharmaceuticals makes a compelling case that pharmaceutical companies have basically invented a disease a declared it widespread.
Here are some interesting articles exploring the idea from The Guardian and Salon.