How the rabbit changed our conversation about sex toys
We’ve come a long way since Charlotte locked herself in her apartment with a nine-inch-long, pink, vibrating “rabbit” in Sex and The City. Twenty four years, to be exact. The iconic episode took sex toys for women out of the shadows and opened up the conversation about sexual wellness. And after Pandora’s Box of tricks was open, there was no going back.
Once a subject shrouded in shame (or, at the very least, behind-the-curtains secrecy), that episode taught us it was OK to take our pleasure into our own hands; that feminism meant taking ownership not just of our careers, our homes, our emotional health, and our finances, but also our orgasms.
The shockwaves were felt throughout the industry, which responded with a new generation of sex toys – ones that come with USB ports and mobile apps, and are body-safe, and ergonomically designed. Our 2022 version of pleasure doesn’t necessarily look like a giant pink, throbbing penis – and that’s empowerment.
To celebrate that freedom, this month we’re focusing on intimate health and sexual wellness. Join us on the journey – and join the conversation. Tell us what sexual empowerment means for you.
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Technology that resonates deep within your body while simultaneously stimulating the clitoris, for an all-encompassing orgasm that washes over you time and again. I’ll have what she’s having!
Sex play doesn’t have to happen alone. We love this couples massager, which features two powerful motors designed to help you both achieve a synchronized, harmonious orgasm.
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