This morning, The Doctors discussed different methods and hormones that can be utilized to intensify women's orgasms. One is a clit pump, the other is a nasal spray that shoots a hormone into the brain.

I've tried lots of weird looking sex toys in my day, but the clit pump - which is an electronic sucking device that cups over the clitoris to engorge it with blood - looks kind of scary. It's supposed to be used daily as an "exercise" rather than right before sex to get in the mood, but the underlying sentiment is that it was a tool for masturbation.

The nasal spray seems a lot more interesting and possibly really helpful, particularly for peri-menopausal women suffering from lower libidos. It's a fast acting drug that shoots the hormone Oxytocin- which facilitates breast feeding and bonding with babies, and studies also show it is linked with social recognition, bonding, anxiety, trust, and arousal - right into the brain.