While some women prefer discretion when choosing a vibrator, for anyone who wants to get the most thrilling self-induced orgasm ever, there's simply no replacement for the Hitachi Magic Wand. While it is a must-have for big girls, it also does quite a number on petite girls as well.
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"Going Green" has become an issue in nearly every element of consumer culture, and the trend has even made an impact on the world of sex toys. According to this industry analyst, glass sex toys are better for the environment, as they can be more efficiently recycled than plastic alternatives.
An innovative new product from Rad Novelties introduces a frozen vibrator that is molded similarly to those old popsicles you're mom used to make with ice cube molds in the freezer. Sounds like an interesting innovation that you could get pretty creative with.
One niche market that has continued to enjoy rising profits amongst the nation's credit crunch has been high-end designer sex toys. What is interesting is that women seem to be the driving force behind this market, indicating that these toys are being bought for personal use and to spice up relationships.
Online novelty boutique SinlessTouch defends its philanthropic program. The company has received numerous calls to shut down its Adopt A Child Charity Program.
Heather Mills, former wife of Paul McCartney, has turned down a $200,000 offer from Private Shops, the UK's largest adult novelty retailer. The bid comes in tandem with Private Shops' lated initiative to re-launch their brand with a female-friendly approach.
A new vibrator from GK Exotic, a Japanese manufacturer, offers a customized bulb that allows for a squirting climax that simulates an ejaculation. The device also features an adjustable micro-bullet on the shaft that can be positioned to perfectly stimulate a woman's G-spot.
Adult novelty manufacturers and retailer in the states of Texas, Louisiana, and Mississippi are holding distribution of certain sex toys that might fall under the definition of being â€œobscene devicesâ€.
Among an assortment of odd sex toys and vibrators, the most bizarre I've ever heard of is this vibrator that's wirelessly connected to the US Geological Survey and only activates when there is an earthquake somewhere in the world. Others tie into similar services, though I wonder if anyone ever really uses these things.