America has never been comfortable talking about female sexual desire, and Salon.com’s Broadsheet is no exception. Rather than face the facts of female sexual wellness product Zestra’s challenges with ad censors as being gender-based, Broadsheet chose to make the reality a cultural issue.
Salon.com gave a pass to the ad censors in terms of female-centric, sexual-pleasure discrimination, after comparing Zestra to a kitchen spice. For millions of women who could use a medically-researched, placebo-tested boost to their female genitalia, the metaphor is frankly insulting.
Bring in Woody Allen, because this is a scene from a 1970s movie. Unfortunately, the year is 2010. and when the liberal media’s “feminist” column Broadsheet needs to run under the covers on the real issues that govern female sexuality in America, it’s no wonder American women are losing ground worldwide. Read on: Zestra at Salon.com | Women’s Sexual Desire Belong in Kitchen.