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Skip navigation! Story from Sex. Shopping for a sex toy can be truly daunting. You might be seeking the perfect item for solo play, something that you can seamlessly integrate into sex with your partner, or perhaps something that can serve both purposes. With all that in mind, we'd like to present you with a whole new way to shop for sex toys: by your Zodiac sign, of course. Since we've already determined the best sex position for your sign , we decided to explore which sex toy best fits each sign's unique personality and needs.

10 Sex Toys That Support the Feminist Agenda

10 Sex Toys That Support the Feminist Agenda - Sex Toys For Women

There is something liberating about a sex toy, and it's not just the 'I don't need anyone else' aspect. Many women find using sex toys with a partner just as fun as going it solo, after all. Instead, there's something kinda wonderful in the fact that they exist at all, and that in doing so they acknowledge women as sexual beings, deserving of pleasure—and orgasms—on their own terms. While there are plenty of options on the market, here, we rounded up 10 of the most innovative, impressive creations many designed by women for women which allow a woman to take her sexuality into her own hands. Ever since Charlotte locked herself in her bedroom with the Rabbit on Sex and the City and emerged messy-haired and rosy-cheeked afterward "No man ever did that" , mainstream America or, everyone with HBO got a different picture of how and when women can get off. That was , but the toy had been around since , when Shay Martin at Vibratrex created the first model. Back then, manufacturing sex toys was prohibited in Asia, where the toy was being built, so it was disguised in a bright color and shaped like an innocent bunny.

This Is The Sex Toy For You Based On Your Sign

My article shows that sex toys helped women envision their sexuality in new ways. Letters show how ordinary women struggled to take control of their sexuality by creating relationships with commercial establishments in a world awash in social and political changes. Three principal themes emerge from customer correspondence.
Even a decade ago, owning a pleasure device of any kind felt slightly shameful. It was as though it was a secret to be hidden away, in our most private drawer only to be seen on dark lonely nights or maybe this was just my experience. This feeling was in part due to how sex toys were manufactured to be blatantly realistic and obnoxiously large. Let's just say before the 90s, vibrators were not discrete—or cute, for that matter. As we continue to shift our cultural narratives surrounding sexuality, we are able to propel a ripple effect throughout the industries dedicated to catering to our sexual desires.