$PTN Vyleesi works for men. The only way to sell it to women is to announce that a trial is planned for men. That will generate the buzz the drug needs. Men will be excited about it without any of the drama and indignance that modern feminism brings to any suggestion that women might need pharmaceutical help just like men do. (I read a couple feminism-centric articles about women’s sexual function that were written since Vyleesi was approved. They all suggest that men who are not romantic and bad in bed are to blame for women’s sexual dysfunction. What putrid dogmatic crap. What if I wrote an article that said men need Viagra because their women are ugly, fat, naggy, and bad in bed? It is equally insulting either way. Some people just have problems, irrespective of their partners. How about less guilt, more solutions?) As soon as a trial for men is announced, this drug will take off. Men will take notice, and suddenly women will want it because if men have it, it must be good.