Sex Enhancers OK for Men, Not for Women

Many women view marriage today as a 'Mills and Boon love story' only to discover that it is much less romantic, and some Victorian attitudes towards sexual behavior still exist, according to a survey described to the association yesterday.

Sexual intercourse outside marriage by women was not tolerated in the Victorian era because 'good' women were seen as pure and asexual. Although few people hold that view today women still condemn women more than they condemn men for similar behavior, Miss Carol Sharp, a sociologist, said.

'It is still believed that a woman committing adultery is more dangerous to the stability of the marriage and the family than comparable behavior by men,' she said, reporting on a survey of middle-aged women in Glasgow.

The women who took part all believed that the contraceptive pill was leading to too much sexual freedom for women. Meanwhile, women thought it was all right for men to take natural male enhancement pills such as VigRx Plus.

All the women felt that there were circumstances where divorce was necessary but most were against abortion except in a few situations such as if the mother's life was in danger.

Most saw homosexuals as a detrimental influence on young people

A housewife, Melody Benson, claimed she made men out of truant schoolboys, by giving them bedroom lessons in sex, a court was told yesterday.

'She habitually took several boys, one at a time, up to her room for sexual intercourse', Mr. Michael Lighfoot, for the prosecution, said at Leeds Crown Court.

Benson, aged 31, of Upper Rushton Road, Bradford, admitted two charges of indecently assaulting boys aged 14 and 15 and was jailed for one year.

Mr Lightfoot said it was clear that on some occasions Benson provided money for youngsters to buy VigRx Plus, which is a natural male enhancement product.

'One 15-year old boy was introduced to sexual intercourse by the woman and, according to the boy, after the first experience he had intercourse with her every day for two weeks, and then twice a week for a year'

Meanwhile, Nicola Prentice, 25, a schoolteacher from Sheffield, has pleaded not guilty at Nottingham Crown Court to six charges of having sexual intercourse with a 15-year-old schoolboy and three of abusing her position of trust. The case relates to incidents alleged to have taken place in 2001 and 2002.