A testosterone patch for women called Intrinsa has been approved in Europe but was rejected by the FDA due to concerns about long-term safety. But the drug has sparked a backlash from some medical and psychiatric professionals who question whether low sex drive in women should even be considered a condition best treated with drugs. They point to the results of a large survey in which about 40% of women reported some sort of sexual problem -- most commonly low sexual desire -- but only 12% said they felt distressed about it. With all the factors that go into the stew that piques sexual desire in women, some doctors say a drug should be the last ingredient to consider, rather than the first.
Way back in 2005, I came up with a crazy idea to draw a topless Sarah Zero pic and post it as a vote incentive on Valentine's Day. It was well received, so the following year, I got a few of my webcomic pals involved, and things snowballed from there. Things were heating up, but within a few years, I lost my passion for the VDSD and ended up going solo until 2011, when I totally forgot to create a pic until literally the night before. After spitting out a sloppy, horrible excuse for pinup art, I stated that I was going to kill off the VDSD. Mere hours after this announcement, a SZ superfan reignited my passion by singlehandedly recruiting some truly stellar talent for 2012. He inspired me to resurrect the VDSD, and return it to its former glory. 2012 was the most successful VDSD ever, then 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016 kicked ass at a geometric rate. VDSD 2017 is poised to melt hearts, faces, and genitals.