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Amsterdam, the Viagra Capital

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Shocking new statistics reveals that the men of Amsterdam are 50% more likely to use erectile dysfunction medication, such as the iconic blue viagra pill, than their counterparts in the rest of the country.

Anti-impotence pills, such as Viagra and later competitors Cialis and Levitra, must be paid for under the Dutch health system and, at around ten Euros a pop, they are certainly not cheap. Researchers are still trying to figure out whether Amsterdammers are, for some reason, in greater need of erectile assistance or simply more willing to pay to counteract the problems that afflict all men as they age.

One theory currently gaining momentum suggests that, in a city with such an impressive history of civic engineering overcoming nature, the men of Amsterdam are more inclined to stand proud, even when they require chemical scaffolding.

Others contend that the stresses of big city life cause Amsterdammers to be less virile than their equivalents in smaller cities and the Dutch countryside.

With the announcement, just a few days ago, of Addyi, the female equivalent of Viagra, it will be interesting to seem if the women of Amsterdam are as fond of pill-assisted horniness. If so, it will be fascinating to watch both the males and the females of the boomer generation propping up their libidos with pills as they head towards Alzheimers, spending their nights making love with no idea of where they are, who they are or who they are shagging. It will be like Amsterdams Swinging Sixties all over again.

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