Al Fin, You Sexy Thing!

11 January 2009

Clitoral + G-Spot Stim -- While You Are Schlupping!

This bi-vibrating toy, "We-Vibe", is even meant for use during intercourse. But it can also make a woman's solitary down time seem to pass very quickly. Best-selling sex toy We-Vibe simultaneously pleasures a woman's G-Spot and clitorus without blocking access to male organs or other imaginative devices.
Unique in design, this revolutionary product is the first ever toy that can be used while making love. The innovative design allows for both external and internal stimulation for women engaging in both solo and partner play.

The We-Vibe is hands free, strap free and wireless. Created from medical grade silicone, the We-Vibe is soft and conforms to the female shape, making it comfortable and easy to use.

Discreet in size, the We-Vibe is approximately 3.25 inches long and 1 inch wide, weighing only 60 grams (2 ounces) making it ideal for travel and it's waterproof!

It is also rechargeable and boasts powerful dual motors and offers dual vibe stimulation in all the right places for both the man and the woman! _We-Vibe
The sex toy market may be one of the few that is booming amid these recessed economic times.
Even in a lingering recession, “sex will always sell,” said Analena Graham, an owner of Dascha, where cone-shaped vibrators and jewel-tone fur ticklers are showcased alongside made-to-order corsets and aromatic oils. “You might tell yourself, ‘I can do without that $400 sweater,’ ” Ms. Graham went on, “ ‘but I would still like to have that rechargeable vibrator.’ ”

...Dr. Judy Kuriansky, the sex therapist, suggested that a heightened interest in sensually appealing devices is partly an outgrowth of a troubled economy. When money is tight, some people withdraw from sex, she said, but many others “will do anything to increase the level of closeness and pleasure.”

...Lelo (pronounced lay-low), a company based in Sweden, is reporting a run on the Gigi, a rose-colored rechargeable vibrator shaped like an overfed spoon ($109), and the Nea ($89), a palm-size massager billed as “full of toe-curling promise,” shaped much like a wireless computer mouse. Sales of such cleverly made items have climbed by 10 percent since June, said Shaye Saldana, a marketing manager for the company.

Style counts, but retailers will tell you, poker-faced, that in These Difficult Times, people buy sex toys for diversion and solace. _NYT
So that is where all those Apple Computer designers are going! In an uncertain economy, one must allow himself maximum mobility.



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