Rosy is the first research-based technology solution for women who suffer from low libido.
Rosy was created to start a conversation and connect women with low sexual desire with available resources. Our goal is not only to improve desire, but also self-esteem, overall sexual health, and relationships with partners. In a few years, women everywhere will know what a common problem this is and they will be able to easily get the help that they need and deserve.
Whenever someone complains about low libido, I as a doctor feel helpless… Low libido is something we see every day - multiple times a day…. And it’s something my colleagues always are concerned about but really don’t have the time to talk about in one visit. An app like Rosy would allow us to dedicate those man hours it takes in order to do the work that needs to be done for low libido.
Intercourse is an extremely important part of our relationships and our general emotional health. And with today’s culture, the women are supposed to be ‘willing and wanting’ to be involved with sexual things with their partner, and if they don’t, a lot of the time they feel like a failure or like they’re not sufficient for their significant other. The first step for women is to say, ‘I have this problem, what can we do about it…. And for a lot of it, it’s just a matter of the women being committed to fixing the problem themselves once they get those resources and tools.
There's so much out there available and discussed and talked about when it comes to men's sexual health, and on the flip-side on the women's end, there's not much. I think Rosy is an app that my patients could definitely utilize for a multitude of reasons…. What I liked about the app from the get-go is it's one click away on your phone regardless of where you are, no doctor visit needed. The fact that with the Rosy app you get resources within, videos to look at, stories to read about, access to other resources, and access to professionals and therapists... you're able to quickly look at the app, log on, get what you need to get out of it, answer a quick quiz, then streamline to whatever might be in your best interest.