And while I disagree with him on the "new", his portrayal of the primary victims of this disease is unflinchingly Zolaic.
"They were queuing to be the first to get this mythical device, possession of which would, they believed, increase their potency, enhance their street cred and lead to increased levels of sexual arousal in impressionable females."
Read his whole article to see what happens to their lust, but
what of that arousal in impressionable females?
For the proof of it, do read Cat Sparks.