Diane Von Furstenberg Says Viagra Is The Worst Thing To Happen To Women

July 19, 2018 / Posted by:

Treat yourself to an extra golf game this weekend, Donald Trump! You’re no longer the worst thing to happen to women. If you can believe fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg, we’ll all need to don our pink pussy hats and go march in front of Pfizer’s headquarters for Women’s March 2.0 because that blue pill of fun known as Viagra is ruining women one old geezer boner at a time! And don’t even get her started on if it’s an erection lasting longer than four hours!

Diane gave an interview to The Times about how to embrace your age, and I guess embracing your age means not taking a pharmaceutical hydraulic lift to your dick in order to keep boning until the Grim Reaper comes knocking at your door. See for yourself:

“The worst thing that has happened to women in the last 15 years is Viagra. For men, it used to be all about getting it up. ‘Did I?’ ‘Can I?’ There was a certain fairness. A woman couldn’t have a child after 40, right? Though even that doesn’t exist anymore.But the man could have a child until 65, but sexually after a while … Now, with Viagra … they just feel … I think Viagra is the worst thing.”

Now, some gals who see a right-wing Supreme Court who could put the kibosh on Planned Parenthood might think geriatrics still going to Pound Town on a daily basis isn’t exactly in the same realm, but hear Diane out! I’m sure her husband Barry Diller is distracting her all the time by trying to jump her and get frisky on her vagina when all she wants to do is sketch out next season’s wrap dresses. Yes, that’s DEFINITELY what Barry likes to do in the bedroom.

Speaking of Barry, the article kind of beard alludes to those two like most stories about them does because it brings up how they live in separate places in New York. Diane even adds that she sleeps in the guest room at their house in Los Angeles because “he sleeps with two dogs inside the bed.” That’s not a nice name to call the go-go dancers from the Abbey, Diane!

Pic: Wenn.com

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