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    Natural Supps to Boost Female Sex Drive?


    Any natural supps out there that help boost a female's sex drive? Ever since my girl went on the pill, her's has been kind of suppressed. Ive done a bit of research, but I hoping to hear some personal experiences of success, if there are any.

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    Is she taking the Ortho-Tri-Cyclen for a specific reason other than for birth control?

    Here is something I found, I hope it helps:
    Birth Control You Need to See Your Doctor For


    The risks and benefits of different forms of birth control are different for each person. So it's best to decide with your doctor which form of birth control is best for you.
    Diaphragm
    The diaphragm with spermicide is put into the vagina before sex so that it covers the cervix, or neck of the womb. Put the spermicide into the dome of the diaphragm before inserting it. You must be fitted for a diaphragm at a doctor's office or clinic because diaphragms come in several different sizes. The diaphragm must stay in place at least 6 hours after intercourse, but not for more than 24 hours. If you have sex more than once while wearing the diaphragm, you must add more spermicide without taking the diaphragm out. Spermicide is available without a prescription at drugstores.
    Cervical Cap
    The cervical cap is a soft rubber cup with a round rim that is put into the vagina to fit over the cervix, or neck of the womb. The cap is smaller than the diaphragm, but sometimes more difficult to insert. You must go to your doctor or clinic to be fitted for the cervical cap. It comes in several different sizes. The cervical cap must be used with spermicide, which is available in drugstores without a prescription. You can leave it in place for 48 hours.
    Birth Control Pills
    You need a doctor's prescription to get birth control pills, also called oral contraceptives. There are two types of birth control pills: "combined oral contraceptives" and "minipills."
    Combined oral contraceptives have a combination of two hormones--estrogen and progestin. They work by keeping the ovaries from releasing an egg. The pill must be taken every day.
    Minipills contain only one hormone, progestin. They work by thickening the cervical mucus to keep sperm from reaching the egg. Sometimes they also keep the ovaries from releasing an egg. You must take one pill every day. Minipills are slightly less effective than combined oral contraceptives.
    Depo-Provera
    Depo-Provera is a form of progestin, similar to the hormone in the minipill. Depo-Provera must be injected with a needle into the woman's buttocks or arm muscle by a doctor. You must get an injection every three months for the birth control to continue to work.
    Norplant
    Norplant is a form of progestin that is placed under the skin. Norplant is made of rubber rods that look like matchsticks. A doctor places the rods under the skin of the woman's upper arm, where they slowly release progestin. A doctor must also remove the rods. There are two types of Norplant. The six-rod Norplant gives birth control for up to five years. The two-rod Norplant gives birth control for up to two years.
    IUDs
    An IUD (Intrauterine Device) is inserted into the womb by a doctor. Two types of IUDs are now used in the United States: the Paragard Copper T 380A, which releases copper, and the Progestasert Progesterone T, which releases progesterone, a form of progestin. The Paragard IUD can stay in place for 10 years. The Progestasert must be replaced every year. A doctor must remove it.
    Male Sterilization (Vasectomy)
    Outpatient surgery is necessary to make a man sterile, or unable to produce enough sperm to make a woman pregnant. This is done by sealing, tying or cutting the tube through which sperm travel to the penis from the testicles. The operation usually takes less than 30 minutes and is done under local anesthesia. Men who have vasectomies must be sure they will never want to father children in the future.
    Female Sterilization Female sterilization is usually a longer operation than a vasectomy, though it may sometimes be done as outpatient surgery. It is usually done under general anesthesia. The surgery involves tying, cutting or blocking the fallopian tubes so eggs can't reach the womb. Women who have this surgery must be sure they will never want to have a baby in the future.

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    I have not come across any that actually work. I had my wife run a low dosed nha stack and when she came off she noticed a libido increase. I think the atd lowers libido until you stop taking it then your libido rebounds because of the amount of test you have.
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    Yeah, Ive noticed that too with ATD. It was much more pronounced with UltraHOT than with Rebound (at the same dose of 50mg/day). Perhaps the CissusRX is helping with that.

    Hmmm..Cissus always seems to give me a healthy libido boost - perhaps it would work for my girl as well.

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    Ive noticed this too. My gf is on the pill. She goes thru different things tho. Sometimes shes ravenous and wants it and other times she just could care less. Idk what it is but she needs some help in that area at times!
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    Well, other than running test base transdermal on her while she's sleeping I don't know what to do

    MACA is supposed to help women, or so Ive heard.

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    I just took my wife off of birth control after almost 10 years of being on it. There has been a very gradual reduction in her libido over this time and we just figured it was due to being married..the 7 year itch and all.

    She had put on about 15-20 pounds in this time which also seemed kinda par for the course for a married woman in her 20's and now she's 30. She'd also been having a lot of mood problems including anxiety which worsened over this time.

    The last two years she switched to the patch which was supposed to be a lower, sustained dose...Transdermal, can't go wrong eh? Well, long story short, her various symptoms got worse..more wieght gain, worse mood, even lower libido so I started wondering about the birth control..now that I'm armed with all sorts of hormonal knowledge, lol.

    We took her off the patch and guess what? Weight went down a solid 15 pounds, mood has improved a little, libido is more functional though not terrific and anxiety levels have decreased.

    Turns out the patch was OVER dosed by as much as 60% and it caused spikes in estro levels rather than the sustained levels it was supposed to do. Sad that the F'ing pharmacuetical guys can't figure out how to make a transdermal and we can!

    So in any case, avoid the patch. We're kinda burnt on the pill in general so I won't say anymore as to your choices for birth control, but expect the low libido thing to continue or worsen with time.

    Look into progesterone cream for raising libido. I've heard it works well when dosed correctly but we have not gotten around to trying it yet...still trying to see if her hormones will normalize on their own. Maybe Maca in the meantime?
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    Thanks for the reply bioman - Im going to do some serious research and try to formulate a homebrew supp for her.

    Like your wife, same thing happened to my girl - mood swings, ~15lb weight gain, sex drive depressed, etc. Makes me think its not worth it...especially with the increased risk of cancer associated with it.

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    Yeah, we're about to try for kids but after that I doubt we'll go on it again..I'll just get snipped.
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    As a woman that has used birth control pills in the past (ortho tri cyclen) and others. Was on those things almost 17 years.The pill was a certainly a libido killer. Not to mention feeling just plain awful on them. Mood swings, weight gain ect. Like having constant pms. Talk about hormonal suppression, those will do it for sure.
    A woman's hormones, estro, progst, test, all fluctuate dramaticly during a normal cycle. This alone can cause changes in sex drive. I've noticed that in the few days just prior to ovulation my sex drive is through the roof. That's when women's test levels usually peak. I believe some very low dose test my be of benefit for this, but have not tried it myself as of yet. This article was pretty interesting:
    http://www.mesorx.com/articles/hober...-for-women.htm
    Took viagra once...lol...all it gave me was some great vascularity . Have not had any luck with herbal supplements.Tried trib, maca, dhea. May try Activate. However, I did just finish a 4 week cycle of SD, 10mg a day the last two weeks, and noticed a definite increase in libido. Sure glad I didn't use up all my husband's little blue pills.
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    Well they'd obviously want to avoid anti-estrogenic supps, things like zma, tribulus, fenugreek and arginine ethyl ester, enhanced blood flow
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    Quote Originally Posted by CHAPS
    Well they'd obviously want to avoid anti-estrogenic supps, things like zma, tribulus, fenugreek and arginine ethyl ester, enhanced blood flow
    ZMA won't do anything for women unfortunately -- this is purely useful for testes.

    DHEA may help but unlikely.

    I'm most intrigued by the thought of 6-OXO however. That could have real promise.

    FYI: some of the more progressive doctors who believe in doing *what works* instead of just obeying the formula book prescribe M1T (yes, seriously). 5mg once a week oral.

    Benefits depression and libido.

    And: the pill is not something to inflict on someone you love.
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    I take ZMA nightly as well. Does nothing for sex drive but does benefit sleep and recovery imo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mab904
    I take ZMA nightly as well. Does nothing for sex drive but does benefit sleep and recovery imo.
    ZMA is much like a vitamin for the testes -- it won't give you a libido boost. 6-OXO may well be worth your time however. The steroid pathway in the body remains the same and the biofeedback is identical. Reduce estrogen by blocking covnersion and the body ends up with more natural test production. More test = more libido.
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    There's an inhalant drug that's in testing now that supposedly makes women horny, can't find the link at the moment.

    Two possibilities now are stimulating with Chocamine/Cocoa Extract

    From the BAC catalog

    "It has the taste, aroma, and health benefits of unsweetened bitter chocolate standardized to the stimulating, thermogenic, mood & performance enhancing ingredients including 12% theobromine, theophylline & PEA. Promotes energy, fat burning, suppresses appetite, improves performance, and is a sexual stimulant - especially for women"


    or relaxing with Phenibut and/or GABA, or a benzo.
    Someone once said to me that "Men have sex to relax, women have to be relaxed to have sex", I thought this to be true.

    There's probably a few other things I can think of, I'll post back if any cum to mind.
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    ZMA is much like a vitamin for the testes -- it won't give you a libido boost. 6-OXO may well be worth your time however. The steroid pathway in the body remains the same and the biofeedback is identical. Reduce estrogen by blocking covnersion and the body ends up with more natural test production. More test = more libido
    That's a good idea Malek - 6-OXO is a relatively innocuous anti-e, as well. What do you think the oral dose for a female would be? ~100mg? Would a boost in test affect the effectiveness of the birthcontrolpill? Its only blocking aromatase - so it shouldnt mess with estrogen levels from external sources...

    Hmmm...getting some pretty good ideas for the 'female libido stack' here...

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    Using an potential Anti-E/Test booster on a women is a serious undertaking, even well trained and equipped endicronologists find this a tricky thing to work out properly.

    6-oxo's effect on E appears to be fairly mild in men, it's effect in women is unknown, as far as I know.
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    Okay, I know it's not a supp. But I just had to post this since it's recent news.

    "Nasal Spray Arouses Women's Desire To Have Sex In Minutes"

    http://www.local6.com/news/5347978/detail.html
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    That was the one I was thinking of.

    "PT-141 is a synthetic version of a sex hormone that works on both men and women, according to a report."

    What's the hormone, and how do we make it or stimulate it's release with our own homebrew?
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    we can solve anything guys... how 'bout a homebrew of something like this?

    http://www.avlimil.com/blend.html
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    "specifically formulated to help restore joint comfort and help renew cartilage."

    Her ability to put her ankles behind her head is a fine skill, but we need the chemical onswitch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by julius kelp
    we can solve anything guys... how 'bout a homebrew of something like this?

    http://www.avlimil.com/blend.html
    This supplement will most likely induce the opposite effect of what you are looking for. IMO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rogue Drone
    Using an potential Anti-E/Test booster on a women is a serious undertaking, even well trained and equipped endicronologists find this a tricky thing to work out properly.

    6-oxo's effect on E appears to be fairly mild in men, it's effect in women is unknown, as far as I know.
    Not disputing any of that. But cautioning: one reason for lack of data is a stupid attitude in the medical profession that women with healthy sex responses are "sluts" whereas men with healthy sex responses are simply "virile". Hell, impotence was considered a big insult once upon a time -- how stupid is that?

    Even the terms used are derogatory: women are "frigid" whereas men have "erectile dysfunction".

    I think 6-OXO is worth pursuing...but is it an answer in and of itself? No. Questions definitely remain.

    Vrunga: dose guess 100mg. Affect on birth control pill: unknown but I agree with your logic. External sources should be unaffected, just conversion to the same. Something you're maybe missing - However I think 6-OXO will be pretty useless if coupled with birth control. Estrogen's already there. Body doesn't want to make it. No intermediaries (testosterone), nothing to block/leave unconverted. Net result: no increase in testosterone.

    Interesting link for further refs: http://www.mesomorphosis.com/article...-for-women.htm
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    I agree Rogue, the female hormonal cycle is a tough one to tinker with. We're thinking of going to a good endocrinologist at some point. I've tried all the usual herbs with no results or worse, serious exacerbation of her anxiety. Supps that increase NO or cAMP all lead to panic attacks. Alcohol is about the only sure fire thing that helps, lol.

    We even tried a low dose, 4AD dermal but all that seem to do was intesify her period. There was a small libido boost but the sides were not worth it.

    We're kinda hoping that after having a baby she'll get a stronger libido..particularly as she goes into her 30's.
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    I wouldn't mess with aromatise inhibitors or any estrogen lowering compound with a women, personally i don't like 6-oxo, their is better choices, like a 3-ohat/ATD combo, or one of my all time favourites transdermal Formestane.
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    I'd try Biotests Tribex 500, in combination with Esterfied Arginine, because blood flow is very important for sexual arousal, I was having accidental hard ons like you wouldn't believe on esterfied arginine. Another area to look at is Dostinex, lowers prolactin levels and boosts sex drive, BUT i'm not sure about it's safey with women.
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    Vrunga: dose guess 100mg. Affect on birth control pill: unknown but I agree with your logic. External sources should be unaffected, just conversion to the same. Something you're maybe missing - However I think 6-OXO will be pretty useless if coupled with birth control. Estrogen's already there. Body doesn't want to make it. No intermediaries (testosterone), nothing to block/leave unconverted. Net result: no increase in testosterone.
    Rogue, it makes sense. I dont know if I'd want to give her something like that anyway.

    I wouldn't mess with aromatise inhibitors or any estrogen lowering compound with a women, personally i don't like 6-oxo, their is better choices, like a 3-ohat/ATD combo, or one of my all time favourites transdermal Formestane.
    Yeah, Formestane is a good one.

    I'd try Biotests Tribex 500, in combination with Esterfied Arginine, because blood flow is very important for sexual arousal, I was having accidental hard ons like you wouldn't believe on esterfied arginine. Another area to look at is Dostinex, lowers prolactin levels and boosts sex drive, BUT i'm not sure about it's safey with women.
    I think the real answer is to get her off the pill. She wan a freakin' *animal* before she stated using it. Maybe she should talk to her doctor about trying a different type of pill with a lower dose? I know there are several out there...

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    Def get her off the pill, my wife, is a Beast now she rapes me and tells me, and since getting off the pill she can lose weight. She lost 22lbs in 2 months for our wedding, as a opposed to a year of actually gaining weight while dieting, lifting, and cardio! As for libido boost, l arginine supps seem to help, as she had a 4 pk. of black pearl by vpx (no laughing) and she was flowing like the nile. Bottom line get her off the pill and see an endocrinoligist, to see where her hormone levels should be.
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    We had my wife on several forms of the pill and then the Patch..they all pretty much had the same effect.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bioman
    I agree Rogue, the female hormonal cycle is a tough one to tinker with. We're thinking of going to a good endocrinologist at some point. I've tried all the usual herbs with no results or worse, serious exacerbation of her anxiety. Supps that increase NO or cAMP all lead to panic attacks. Alcohol is about the only sure fire thing that helps, lol.

    We even tried a low dose, 4AD dermal but all that seem to do was intesify her period. There was a small libido boost but the sides were not worth it.

    We're kinda hoping that after having a baby she'll get a stronger libido..particularly as she goes into her 30's.
    after the kids were born is when my wifes libido took a dive. I agree alcohol is the only thing that works but too much and she falls asleep.
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    Well my girlfriend is just about to get on the pill right now and now im worried. She has a very small libido as is and I have to really work her up to get her going, spend lots of time to get everything just right, im wondering if once shes on the pill ill be getting even less, when I should be getting more? Than again, I dont need any little ones running around at this point either........
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    Quote Originally Posted by SubliminalX
    Okay, I know it's not a supp. But I just had to post this since it's recent news.

    "Nasal Spray Arouses Women's Desire To Have Sex In Minutes"

    http://www.local6.com/news/5347978/detail.html
    PT-141 is produced from Melanotan II. note the spontaneous and long term erections obtained from guys on this forum experimenting with this substance. I am definately buying stock in Palatin. they own the rights to develop MT II as a treatment for sexual disfunction in both males and females.
    wonder if we could convert MT II into a transdermal??
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    Quote Originally Posted by bioman
    ...I've tried all the usual herbs with no results or worse, serious exacerbation of her anxiety. Supps that increase NO or cAMP all lead to panic attacks. Alcohol is about the only sure fire thing that helps, lol.
    .
    Wanted to point something out -- Note the trend: a nervous system depressant helps, the other things you've mentioned are stimulants.

    May not be real but might be something for you guys to check out.

    We're kinda hoping that after having a baby she'll get a stronger libido..particularly as she goes into her 30's.
    That is extremely unlikely...most guys won't discuss it but reality is sex life TANKS after a baby.
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    Yeah, I've heard that but she's also just turned 30 so that tends to be when women start to get more of a libido. I'm guessing it will simply stay about the same..which sucks either way, lol. I'll just keeping using gear until my libido goes away forever I guess.

    I've also noted the stimulant/depressant connection and it makes sense since she has anxiety that she needs something to relax her to ease her into the mood.

    There's also a strong relationship between estrogen dominance and the upregulation of NO..which can cause bouts of mania in bipolar patients. I don't think she's bipolar, however I think NO can also be bad for those with regular anxiety as it fuels excititory brain functions. The birth control pills/patch could have easily put her into estrogen dominance where her E levels far outpaced her progesterone levels. A lot of women are having success with progesterone creams and bioidentical phytoestrogens/progestins. I'll be looking into it more.

    Barring that, there's always hookers

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    Quote Originally Posted by bioman
    Yeah, I've heard that but she's also just turned 30 so that tends to be when women start to get more of a libido. I'm guessing it will simply stay about the same..which sucks either way, lol. I'll just keeping using gear until my libido goes away forever I guess.

    I've also noted the stimulant/depressant connection and it makes sense since she has anxiety that she needs something to relax her to ease her into the mood.

    There's also a strong relationship between estrogen dominance and the upregulation of NO..which can cause bouts of mania in bipolar patients. I don't think she's bipolar, however I think NO can also be bad for those with regular anxiety as it fuels excititory brain functions. The birth control pills/patch could have easily put her into estrogen dominance where her E levels far outpaced her progesterone levels. A lot of women are having success with progesterone creams and bioidentical phytoestrogens/progestins. I'll be looking into it more.

    Barring that, there's always hookers

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    Quote Originally Posted by bioman
    Yeah, I've heard that but she's also just turned 30 so that tends to be when women start to get more of a libido. I'm guessing it will simply stay about the same..which sucks either way, lol. I'll just keeping using gear until my libido goes away forever I guess.

    I've also noted the stimulant/depressant connection and it makes sense since she has anxiety that she needs something to relax her to ease her into the mood.

    There's also a strong relationship between estrogen dominance and the upregulation of NO..which can cause bouts of mania in bipolar patients. I don't think she's bipolar, however I think NO can also be bad for those with regular anxiety as it fuels excititory brain functions. The birth control pills/patch could have easily put her into estrogen dominance where her E levels far outpaced her progesterone levels. A lot of women are having success with progesterone creams and bioidentical phytoestrogens/progestins. I'll be looking into it more.

    Barring that, there's always hookers

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    Quote Originally Posted by bioman
    Yeah, I've heard that but she's also just turned 30 so that tends to be when women start to get more of a libido. I'm guessing it will simply stay about the same..which sucks either way, lol. I'll just keeping using gear until my libido goes away forever I guess.

    I've also noted the stimulant/depressant connection and it makes sense since she has anxiety that she needs something to relax her to ease her into the mood.

    There's also a strong relationship between estrogen dominance and the upregulation of NO..which can cause bouts of mania in bipolar patients. I don't think she's bipolar, however I think NO can also be bad for those with regular anxiety as it fuels excititory brain functions. The birth control pills/patch could have easily put her into estrogen dominance where her E levels far outpaced her progesterone levels. A lot of women are having success with progesterone creams and bioidentical phytoestrogens/progestins. I'll be looking into it more.

    Barring that, there's always hookers

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    Thats good to know, my wife was a lil excited, but i think now NO on a regular basis might be a bad idea, as i found out T3 was a baaaaaaaaaaddd idea. She was losing weight and her damn mind with doses over 75mcgs. But anyway now she s talking the baby stuff and if the a bay is going to kill libido, i might have to accidently on purpose inject her with some test, cuz life with no sex is just not life is it???
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    I dont think its a physical change after having the kid that causes the low sex drive - its that her primary focus and all her energy is going toward the child. Hard to find the energy for love making when you're sleeping 3 hours a night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigVrunga
    I dont think its a physical change after having the kid that causes the low sex drive - its that her primary focus and all her energy is going toward the child. Hard to find the energy for love making when you're sleeping 3 hours a night.

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    It's both. Women are even more hormonally deranged than usual during and after having a baby, and the disturbed sleep will mess up both parents.

    Bio, this sounds like it's time for hormonal testing and trials of Progesterone and/or Phytoestrogens. Prog has seemingly helped a lot of women, and it's also an effective preventative and treatment for male Benign Prostate Hypertrophy as a dermal cream.

    It's a real shame that that three letter substance beginning with G was outlawed, that gave the loving feel to many a woman, and there's always X.
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    It's a real shame that that three letter substance beginning with G was outlawed, that gave the loving feel to many a woman, and there's always X.
    Yeah, that will do it - not something you can use very often though.
  

  
 

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