Men’s Health: Women turned on by being date raped!

8 Sep

Wow. You all know I’m not that into Jezebel, but a friend tipped me off to a story they’re running today that I had to comment on. Basically, some company is advertising a product in Men’s Health that, if it actually worked, would be a date rape drug.

I don’t think it’s terribly surprising that a ‘roid-monkey magazine like Men’s Health would be giving date rape how-to tips. I’ve unfortunately seen a few issues of that magazine, and I can’t say the ad is out of keeping with what I’ve deemed its editorial policy to be. The few issues I’ve seen have all contained at least one article dispensing advice on how to coerce women into sex, but I still find the language of the ad pretty disturbing:

Women have reported that they become incredibly sexually excited when they take SEXACTIVATOR. This magical wonder liquid can be taken orally, or put in any drink. Within minutes after use, your woman’s desire to have sex with you will be uncontrollable. Some women say that they love when their man puts a few drops in their favorite drink without them knowing. They say that it turns them on even more.

Holy shit is right.

First off, I doubt that this product can actually deliver on its promises, unless I missed the press conference when the scientists who brought us nine different kinds of boner pills and seventeen balding drugs announced that they’d developed a drug that would somehow alter women’s brain processes so that they wouldn’t notice that the man they’re with is an asshole with steroid-induced acne and tiny balls who coerces women into having sex and lifts weights constantly to prove to other men that he isn’t gay (you know, because heterosexual manliness is all about what other men think). That’d be a pretty impressive discovery, but as of yet, all the women I know are still able to decide autonomously whether they want to have sex with creeps who wear Under Armour.

Second, is it just me, or are the makers of this product saying date rape is cool? As a joke, let’s say this shit works. If so, then the ad is basically advising men to drug “their” (more on that shortly) women and then rape them, because if a drug alters a woman’s thinking to the point that it supersedes her true will, it’s rape, even according to our bassackward rape laws (sort of). If she wants to get busy, it’ll happen. If you have to put something in her drink to make her want to get busy, you’re a rapist.

Third, isn’t there an intimation here that once you’re in a relationship, it’s OK to rape your partner? Jezebel said something about it being a little less creepy that the ad referred to the substance being used by men on their partners rather than strangers, but I don’t see the difference. That’s like saying getting raped by someone you know isn’t that bad compared to getting raped by a stranger. I’m pretty sure getting raped AT ALL is not cool. Anyway, the embarrassing relativism of the pseudo-feminists at Jezebel aside, I think this ad’s text points to the fact that it’s still considered within bounds in our culture to rape a woman you’re in a relationship with, especially among the kinds of dudes who read entire magazines about weightlifting and masturbation techniques.  It’s significant that the ad uses the possessive term “your” in reference to the woman the date rape drug is to be used on. It basically says that, according to these guys, once you’ve entered into a sexual relationship with a Men’s Health-type dude, you become his property, and are thus available for raping.

Fourth, there seems to be a serious lack of analysis on the part of Men’s Health readers. I wonder if it has ever occurred to any of them that the reason women don’t want to have sex with them is that they’re the kinds of guys who do nothing but lift weights all day and try to come up with novel ways to trick women into getting naked. Most of the dudes I know who have sex a lot have sex a lot because they treat their partners well, respect them as human beings, and take full account of their sexual desires, needs, and limits. Maybe Men’s Health ought to try running an article that tells men the secret to a good sex life: treating your partner like a human being that you care about rather than an adversary that you have to con something out of. But then I suppose that might make their readership’s Axe glands explode.

Fifth, the idea that women ought to be taking drugs, knowingly or not, to increase their libidos is pretty fucked. Our libidos are perfectly fine. In fact, they’re likely a lot healthier than those of most men, whose sexuality has been warped by our culture’s ideal of constant male horniness, and by the hyper-availability of women’s bodies commodified as sexual stimuli.  If we don’t want to have sex, we don’t need medicine. We’re not abnormal. We just don’t feel like it, asshole. The idea that women’s sexuality is problematic when it doesn’t match up perfectly to the distorted and misdirected sexuality of men is pretty stupid, and also a pretty good indicator of how generally fucked up our culture’s ideas about sex have gotten. Besides, I’m not entirely sure women’s libidos wouldn’t spike if men would start paying attention to women’s sexuality rather than porn.

Finally, this ad is just another fucking rehash of the disgusting idea that women all want a man to “take charge” and that getting raped is every woman’s secret fantasy. The ad says women like it when they’re slipped the drug, that it arouses them even further. Say what? If I found out I’d been drugged, I’d be fucking murderous, not randy, and I don’t think I know a single woman who’d be pumped at the idea. That such an idea is being publicly promoted is fucking terrifying. It means two things: that it’s widely accepted enough to be plainly stated in a fairly mainstream magazine, and that it’s being further promoted among a segment of the population that I was already afraid of but am now going to avoid like herpes.

Ugh.

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50 Responses to “Men’s Health: Women turned on by being date raped!”

  1. Screaming Lemur September 8, 2008 at 11:32 PM #

    All I can say is, “Oh, for FUCK’S SAKE”.
    That’s… I mean, that’s like… it’s…. oh for fuck’s sake!

  2. crankosaur September 9, 2008 at 12:57 AM #

    Ew! How fucking disgusting is this? Very, that’s how.

  3. Aoife September 9, 2008 at 2:28 AM #

    That ad is completely insane. Sometimes I can’t believe the mentality of people who can read that and not think it’s bizzarre, if not utterly fucked up. I dunno if you get Brasseye in the UK, but the ad is like a Brasseye joke- a joke so accurate it’s kind of sick. But this ad isn’t a joke, right? So it’s just sick/fucked. Yet, as I type (it’s three in the morning here and I’m very tired, bear with me) I realise that it’s not that far removed from dudes trying to get girls drunk so they’ll sleep with them.

  4. Chai Latte September 9, 2008 at 3:44 AM #

    Heh. Roid Monkey. I’m totally using that. What a great insult!

    Generally, most rape victims know their attackers. I’m not surprised that the ad reflects the mentality of the douchebags who think their girlfriends and wives are property rather than people.

    And yeah, I’m with you–I’d kill the fucker before he had a chance to say, “Wow, I didn’t think you’d be that mad!”

  5. wiggles September 9, 2008 at 6:21 AM #

    So this is what became of Spanish Fly?
    What Spanish Fly does is irritate the urinary tract and causes itching. By the same logic, women would be raring to go when they feel a yeast infection coming on, which is so not the case.
    Dudes are gullible saps. Hows about getting someone to like you enough to have sex with you by, oh, say, not being an asshole?

  6. Jen September 9, 2008 at 6:47 AM #

    Nothing gets the blood pumping more than a man slipping me filtered goat piss that he bought in the back of a magazine thinking it would entice me to have sex with him.

    Well, it’s a bit… uh… more original than a date rape drug. Still, the creepy “lets force you to have sex with me via chemicals and not call it rape” vibe is really hot. Nothing makes me want someone more than not wanting them and then having them try to alter my mental state so that I was forced to want sex with them or pliable enough to fuck without force.

    Just for the shits and giggles, there’s this dude that sits in the back of my French class that looks like he’s on ‘roids. He reads Men’s Health before class starts, wears his football jersey around, and has the coach threaten the professors into passing his dumb ass. I know because, by some cock-up of fate, he’s been in most of my French classes thus far. I can totally see how this would be up his alley. Then I can totally see how my university would bend over backwards to cover his raping ass.

  7. syndicalist702 September 9, 2008 at 1:41 PM #

    I’d kill the fucker before he had a chance to say, “Wow, I didn’t think you’d be that mad!”

    If you want to make an omelet, you have to crack a few eggs.

  8. Bill September 9, 2008 at 2:04 PM #

    Growing up, I was always taught that words have meanings. Like “No means NO!”

    And after seeing the movie “A Case of Rape”, I learned nothing can be more evil and cruel than to force yourself on someone.

    Fucking barbarian rapists. I want to be completely non-violent, accepting, understanding, but shit like this wants me to take a propane torch to these asshole’s johnsons.

  9. Jen September 9, 2008 at 3:01 PM #

    I want to be completely non-violent, accepting, understanding, but shit like this wants me to take a propane torch to these asshole’s johnsons.

    Do it. The world will love you.

  10. Newbee September 9, 2008 at 3:19 PM #

    Umm….this might be a stupid question, but what’s wrong with Under Armour? I like their stuff and have a few shirts I wear when I play squash. Just curious. It’s not “rape gear” or anything is it?

  11. gare September 9, 2008 at 3:31 PM #

    first of all lose your sex focus .. ND should be on the cusp of this .. once your 30s get along, you start not being blinded by dicks in cunts… wait… penis in vagina.. the southern baptists call this phase of a mans life the phallic stage.. get BEYOND IT.. i need our host ND to do this too.. she is still pre-kids SEX obsessed, she lacks the seasoning that gare can bring, being 55 oh yes.. im being satirical .. im currently in a so baptist post promise keepers mens conference where they are admitting we dont have a good view of what men are supposed to be ..

    dicks fuck cunts. get over it people. that was happening back in napoleans day you know! that was happening in jesus time. thats why we are here. ok? CAN YOU GET OVER IT

    rapists arent everyman. they are a tiny minority feminists (oh yes they are covered in the so baptist mens convention, but lovingly .. we love our wives)

    magazines are not reality folks. the blogosphere regurgitates everything it can to support its points.

    MEN .. all the guys who get it. like that guy in 21, the movie i just rented for my family .. yes and i have a 17 yearold male in the family OH HES GOT TO BE A DATE RAPER.. no.. in fact, my son doesnt even date, he doesnt like the current crop of aggressive women .. MEN… its a buyers market dude. from tracy-clark-flories on down.. the chicks want to fuck YOU. if they like ya. guys have a buyers market. chicks are the majority.. as soon as pelosi/palin run congress, us guys are in the minority

    dont date rape. go to college. where you will find 3 females to every 2 dudes trying to get YOU.

    ha ha. i dont mock it. men today dont have a model. we need one. gare

  12. Nine Deuce September 9, 2008 at 4:18 PM #

    Newbee – Nothing’s wrong with it per se, but I’ve seen some pretty questionable characters wearing it.

  13. sammisal September 9, 2008 at 5:49 PM #

    The ad is totally horrendous! I completely agree.

    However I’m a bit concerned about the way you’ve discussed it – I am quite offended by the homophobia in there. At first when you said, “man they’re with is actually a closet homosexual,” I thought maybe I was overreacting and reading too much into it, but then I saw, “Homo says what?” at the end. Yeah, as I said I just find that really homophobic. I don’t see what’s so wrong with being a ‘homo’.

  14. Bill September 9, 2008 at 5:57 PM #

    OK – this is F’ed up. The 1974 movie I mentioned, “A Case Of Rape” starring Elizabeth Montgomery, is not available on video.

    This movie had a powerful impact on me as a twelve year old, and really helped me to understand how evil rape is. As far as I am concerned, it should be mandatory watching for every human being on earth, and ESPECIALLY for people in the medical and legal communities who compound the pain and horror suffered by victims.

    Unfortunately, the people who need to see it most are probably the least likely to watch.

  15. Sally September 9, 2008 at 6:06 PM #

    This requires a letter to the editor.

    I live in the UK and am 15 so I’m pretty sure they’d ignore me completely, any volunteers?

  16. Nine Deuce September 9, 2008 at 6:07 PM #

    There’s nothing at all wrong with being a homo. I’m just pretty suspicious that these homophobic weightlifting types might be kind of like the homophobic preacher who turns out to be gay. As for “homo says what,” it’s a dumb old thing kids used to say to each other. I’ll change it, though, since I don’t mean to offend and since it might not be obvious as a reference.

  17. Nine Deuce September 9, 2008 at 6:07 PM #

    They have no way of knowing any of that, Sally. I say you do it.

  18. Sally September 9, 2008 at 6:35 PM #

    I did it! ^_^ I re-wrote it a couple of times to make sure it was coherent and got the point across nicely.

  19. Renee September 10, 2008 at 3:23 AM #

    OMG…there is low and then there is low. Purposefully advertising a drug like this endorses date rape. Encouraging men to put a drug in a womans drink and then claiming that women like it is DISGUSTING…I am simply ill.

  20. Nanella September 10, 2008 at 6:37 AM #

    I learned a long time ago that anything coming out of Men’s Health was puke-worthy. I’m convinced that it’s designed specifically to appeal to the inflated-ego-inflated-muscles misogynist demographic.

    “Anyway, the embarrassing relativism of the pseudo-feminists at Jezebel aside…”

    Yeah…I have noticed that Jezebel is sort of a stepping stone for the patriarchally brainwashed set that haven’t quite gotten it yet. I had to give up on that place due to the severe head-desk attacks it induced on a regular basis.

  21. Patricia September 10, 2008 at 8:17 AM #

    Is it just me, or does this sound like through and through propaganda?

    Just as women in the 50′s apparently loved getting measured for ironing boards, so women in the 00′s love getting raped.

    “Make them useful! But now that they don’t think it’s fair for them to do the dishes, use them as a fucktoy!”

  22. Screaming Lemur September 11, 2008 at 4:27 PM #

    Yeah, this ad is made of Bad Idea. They have people whose job it is to go over ads for anything lawsuit-worthy before they’re printed. How could someone miss that? Worse, how could someone see that it promotes date rape,>/i> and think it’s okay? How the fuck is that possible? I foresee lawsuits.

  23. Dave September 11, 2008 at 11:18 PM #

    ok yeah i agree with everything you have said up to the point where you put, “there seems to be a serious lack of analysis on the part of Men’s Health readers”. What the?
    Did you ask a sample of Men’s Health readers to comment on the advert, the found the majority to be lacking the capacity analyse the social implications of it? Fair enough, complain to the magazine’s editor, it’s their fault. But don’t start speculating on what the readers were thinking, i bet a large section of them don’t even look at those adverts.

  24. Nine Deuce September 12, 2008 at 12:22 AM #

    Dude, Men’s Health is a creepy magazine.

  25. Dave September 12, 2008 at 2:14 AM #

    granted, i’ve only ever known one person to buy it and i was quite suprised even then.
    However, every time you abandon sound journalistic method you undo the positive aspect of your work.

  26. Nine Deuce September 12, 2008 at 2:16 AM #

    Thanks, but I don’t need writing advice. I care about style, not about journalistic method. This isn’t the Wall Street Journal, it’s a blog, and it’s up to me to decide what method of delivery will best convey my message to the largest number of people. As such, I joke, I satirize, I make generalizations that I know I ought to qualify. It’s for effect.

    But thanks for telling me I do something positive.

  27. Dave September 12, 2008 at 2:29 AM #

    my mistake, when you said your brand of feminism was logically sound i didn’t realise you were joking and satirizing.

  28. Dave September 12, 2008 at 2:32 AM #

    ah sorry again, i wrote that last comment before you edited your last one with the olive branch at the end, i would have backed down a little first if i had seen it first.

  29. Nine Deuce September 12, 2008 at 2:33 AM #

    I wasn’t joking about that. I sometimes think humor is the best way to get certain concepts across, or that satire will make something more interesting to read. There is nothing illogical about my stylistic choices.

  30. Tris September 12, 2008 at 1:21 PM #

    Yeah, so

    “closet homosexual with steroid-induced acne and tiny balls who coerces women into having sex and lifts weights constantly to avoid having to admit that he prefers wieners.”

    seems pretty obviously to me to lump homosexuality in with steroid use, acne, and tiny balls as a vitriolic insult, and something proper men shouldn’t want at all.

    One reason that some closet gay guys are homophobic is because accepting speech/writing like that makes it clear that we don’t like or accept their true orientation.

    So therefore I’m not accepting writing like that. I think you’re absolutely right that advertising something to slip into someones drink is creepy, but I think you are 100% wrong, and damagingly so, using sexuality as part of an insult like that. It’s horrible language.

  31. Nine Deuce September 12, 2008 at 3:31 PM #

    It doesn’t say that. It says that homophobes lift weights and treat women like shit to prove they’re manly. I’ll alter the wording to make that more clear, but that is most certainly not what it says.

  32. ecto_plasm September 13, 2008 at 5:28 PM #

    Holy flaming shitballs that is the creepiest ad ever. How about taking rejection like a man? As in, accepting it and not bothering the woman anymore? Looks more manly than wasting money on this crap. Even guys who have a lot of promiscuous sex get rejected more than they succeed, they just don’t care about rejection and draw from a larger pool. Shit like this seems geared for a creepy man who fixates on one woman, and desperately wants her to love him and wants to make her love him, emphasis on make. It’s Creepy Nice Guy stuff.

    Anyway, since insulting that fragile male sense of sexual identity seems to be so popular and effective, instead of gay jokes perhaps a (almost) universal taboo like “pigfucker” could be used (you could also substitute sheep, goat, crocodile…). It’s just as good, and nobody but PETA takes exception, and fuck PETA.

  33. wiggles September 13, 2008 at 7:19 PM #

    OK – this is F’ed up. The 1974 movie I mentioned, “A Case Of Rape” starring Elizabeth Montgomery, is not available on video.

    I can’t seem to find it anywhere either, Bill. It sounds interesting, though triggering. The Accused is another good one. Hard to watch though.

  34. Catwings September 16, 2008 at 7:17 AM #

    ” It’s widely accepted enough to be plainly stated in a fairly mainstream magazine, and that it’s being further promoted among a segment of the population that I was already afraid of but am now going to avoid like herpes.”

    Oh, you’re assuming they READ the articles? =)

    I wonder how many men have actually purchased this product and how many women they’ve frightened and alienated in the process. I hope, in the off-chance that it does work it backfires on them. Because as you said, “all the women I know are still able to decide autonomously whether they want to have sex with creeps…” Perhaps their unsuspecting dates will ditch the dirtbag and go home with the bartender or the cute guy playing pool in the corner.

    As for the subject of rape being the secret fantasy of every woman, ofcourse everyone is different. I wouldn’t say it’s fair to rule out the idea that a great number of women have some fantasy relating to rape. Usually fantasies like that can be carried out through careful roleplay and Id imagine the type of people who are free enough to discuss these things with each other wouldn’t need to be slipped any …product.

    It is safe to say the way they portray women as being even more turned on when finding out they’ve been slipped something is pretty ridiculous, and I really hope I never bump into anyone who thinks this is ok.

  35. Laurel September 16, 2008 at 7:12 PM #

    I guess that if this poor woman ever wakes up, she won’t feel at all violated to know that her husband has a “constitutional right” to rape her in private:

    http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2008/09/11/national/main4441013.shtml

    No, it’ll “turn her on even more.”

  36. Nine Deuce September 16, 2008 at 7:29 PM #

    Jesus Christ. Further proof that our legal system doesn’t protect women from rape.

  37. Laurel September 17, 2008 at 10:03 AM #

    If you have any faith in humanity left and you want to keep it, don’t read any comments associated with any article covering that story.

  38. Catwings September 18, 2008 at 6:38 AM #

    “She believes her sister’s husband was merely expressing his love for his wife and was trying everything he could to bring her back to consciousness.”

    Wow… rape = expressing love now! …Trying everything he could to bring her back to consciousness… that mental image is NOT ok. creepy… just creepy…

    You’re so right Laurel, I’m going to save myself the anger and discomfort by not reading past the first comment.

  39. isme September 20, 2008 at 1:26 AM #

    That always surprises me for some reason. The family members that support the rapist, I mean.

    As to “sexactivator”…it’s not that surprising. I mean, the “Mate Magnet Cologne” thing in various forms has been around for ages…the only distinction is that you are introducing a chemical into the air she breathes, rather than her drink. Although, in that case it seems to selectively only target attractive women.

    The idea of love potions or whatever have been around in popular culture more or less forever, and people tend to avoid thinking the implications of them through.

    An idea though…the US military spent quite alot of money developing a chemical that would turn enemy soldiers homosexual http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gay_bomb

    I’d love to see someone try selling something that supposedly made men irresistable to all other men.

  40. Imaginary October 3, 2009 at 3:03 AM #

    Yet another reason to avoid men. If I ever found out any guy did that to me, I’d slice his dick skin off and strangle him with it. SILENCE MEANS STOP! Douchebags….

  41. polly styrene October 3, 2009 at 11:08 AM #

    Ah the “gay bomb”. Is anybody left in any doubt that the people who run the US military are a few sandwiches short of a picnic?

    The “Halitosis bomb” and “Gay bomb” are informal names for two theoretical non-lethal chemical weapons, which a United States Air Force research laboratory speculated about producing, which involved discharging female sex pheromones over enemy forces in order to make them sexually attracted to each other.

    There are so many WRONG assumptions there I don’t know where to begin, but it would be something you could have fun with if it really existed, I have to say.

    • isme October 4, 2009 at 12:45 AM #

      I think this could be a malice, rather than stupidity thing. Sure, the thing won’t work, but someone has to get paid lots of money to muck about for a bit and then conclude that it won’t work.

  42. isme November 3, 2009 at 5:23 AM #

    On a semi-related note:

    http://news.ninemsn.com.au/world/925734/man-sues-lynx-after-failing-to-get-girl

  43. asexualboy December 5, 2009 at 7:04 PM #

    Shocking advertising. One way to possibly get free national tv coverage? I think it’s only for potential rapists… If it’s anything like the suppliments, taking too much will probably send someone to hospital. A small gel cap or powder would be far better for people who can’t swallow tablets whole, like me. I take an extra vitamin sometimes, by mistake. Liquids would be a nightmare. I can’t see the liquid being anything other than a sneaky evil thing, even for people who want to buy it, and take it for themselves.

  44. Immir March 4, 2010 at 2:39 AM #

    You know what else, I bet hardly any guys who read the magazine even thought twice about the ad or thought it was anything out of the ordinary.

    I’m no fan of the ads in Men’s Health at all, from what I’ve seen there is alot of suggestion that men have both a wife and a girlfriend, and that both serve only to make the man’s life miserable… It’s so hateful.
    *That’s something I’ve NEVER gotten my head around- how men hate women. I just don’t get it.

  45. munkie June 9, 2010 at 11:42 PM #

    That article almost induced a panic attack.

    Doesn’t the poor woman have any rights? The man was a visitor, the nursing home folks were her care taker. He raped her on the nursing home’s property. How does it violate his rights for them to video tape people on their own property, when one is suspected of committing a heinous crime on a helpless victim, for whom they are responsible to protecting.

    And they were arguing over whether she was cognizant or not–it doesn’t fucking matter. The right to consent doesn’t end when you’re incapacitated (ruffee’s anyone?) and it is a basic human right to control what your body is subjected to, as long as it exists in the physical world. This is why necrophilia is such an unholy violation. Jesus fucking christ on fucking bike.

    I have to go have a fit now.

    It’s hard to be logical while feeling intense rage.

  46. kristina August 9, 2010 at 3:53 PM #

    I don’t understand how anyone could have sex without someone responding to them…it makes me think of a funny story…well…it made me feel horrified… but here goes… my husband (boyfriend at the time) was rubbin up on me in the morning like he usually does before he wants to have sex…anyway, I asked him if he wanted to and he said “of course”… well he was interacting with me the ENTIRE time, talking coherently, refusing to switch positions, etc… well later it turns out he was asleep…I was mortified!!!! I said I can’t believe you were sleep fucking… I feel horrible… He had to console me for hours telling me that he enjoyed it even though he was asleep…ugh…. I no longer wake him up with the offer of sex, and feel uncomfortable with sex in the morning… I just don’t understand how someone can be ok with that…

  47. lizor August 10, 2010 at 9:49 AM #

    I just read this post for the first time and I am pleased you ripped Men’s Health a new one.

    I was in a doctor’s waiting room a few years back and read a Men’s Health article sounding the praises of mail-order brides as an antidote to the “spoiled” north american female. I guess the writer was referring to women who won’t suck dick on demand or something? Anyhow, this hate piece extolled the virtues of subservient foreign women you can buy who have not “forgotten what femininity is”.
    No need to tell you how I felt about reading this propaganda in a FUCKING DOCTOR’S OFFICE. And yes, I did voice my concerns and subsequently got in at a different clinic.

    As for films that deal with rape – there was a 1988 film from Australia called “Shame” which accurately depicted the victim’s POV, and (if I remember correctly) did so without having us sit back and watch a long horrifying rape scene like The Accused and so many other films do. It also painted a very clear picture of how few options there are for women in a culture that condones and allows men to rape.

  48. HollywoodGal May 5, 2011 at 4:05 AM #

    ***Ahhh, more shit that makes me hate men even more than I already do. Ok, a few things. First, several years ago I was drugged in a club. Chatting with my good friend & she kinda’ knew the promoter-we were all talking, he stepped over to the bar to get us champagne, shortly we left, I began feeling strange-That was my only drink of the night & it was in a small glass-I felt numb and off balanced-I was furious when I found out that it was possibly a Ruffie slipped to me. Yep, in a Hollywood Club-Actually, Las Palmas years ago. Guys slipping this stuff to females have no idea if she’s on other medication-the result could be a seizure, death, it’s sooo not cool to do something like this.
    Ok, about 2 years ago I worked at a company that sold Men’s Performance Pills. A crock of crap that was a lie but those fools ALWAYS believed in that miracle pill…& what always blew me away was how desperate the men were-how U can sell them a can of shit but tell them it’ll make their dicks grow or make women fall in love with their dicks or make ‘em fuck longer..those bastards will pay out of their bungholes for it. They’re just such horny, pussy-hungry, pussy-starving motherfuckers that hustling this “OK’d Date Rape Drug” just continues to show how pathetic these bastards are! So, any woman who’s boyfriend slips her this drug behind her back should be able to shoot him in the face & not get a gat’ damn day for it. And may we all watch her with a glass of wine on an episode of SNAPPED!

  49. Dominique Millette August 8, 2011 at 6:02 PM #

    This ad encourages a felony (rape). Don’t you have laws in the U.S. that prohibit this kind of thing????

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