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I also spoke with men in their 80s who felt like it gave them 'life' again.
It is important to see that Viagra's popularity fits in a particular cultural moment in our history, and there will be/have been plenty of other products to follow (including medications) that emphasize the holy triumvirate: youth, vitality, and performance.
When women go through menopause, the hormonal changes they experience often lead to a drop in libido and less interest in sex.
It's nature taking its course - just another phase in the female life cycle.
Then again, there were other letters that reflected excitement about husbands feeling healthy and confident after a period of impotence, so the response to Viagra in the population is quite complex.
I would have liked to see an explosion of people communicating about sexuality after Viagra's release, but in our pill-for-everything culture, we tend to let the pill do the work and forget that it may not be an end-all be-all.