We are dubious about the claims that female sexual arousal can improved with an essential oil compound. But we have no doubt whatsoever that television executives have a double standard when it comes to talking about women and sex.
Taking a page from Lane Bryant, Zestra's makers are in The New York Times today discussing how they were too hot for TV. They have an even stronger case: out 100 TV stations, only Soapnet Women's Entertainment and Discovery Health would take their commercial, or placed heavy restrictions on when and how it could air. Even Facebook and WebMD turned them away.