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Ahem - having had many female patients, friends, acquaintances, air travel companions over many years, who described their sexual partners as "A gorilla trying to play the violin" or similar, I seriously doubt that a pill is going to correct this sad state of affairs (no pun intended). Perhaps we should spend more time and money on debunking the vaginal orgasm myth at the teenage level?