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Drugstore condom company vibrator showdown

Drugstore condom company vibrator showdown

They’ve figured us out, guys. THEY KNOW. People… actually… use… vibrators. The newest model on the shelves is the Tri-Phoria, created by the condom company Trojan after a study the company conducted in 2008 in partnership with the Center for Sexual Health Promotion at Indiana University revealed that over half of American women had used vibrators, and of that group, nearly 80 percent had shared them with their partners. James Daniels, vice president for marketing at Trojan, said: “The idea really came from consumers. They kept telling us vibrators, vibrators. And we just laughed. And then we realized they were serious.” How could I resist trying the device born of such a revelation? And while I was at it, I thought, . . . read more

Review: Durex Play Vibrations Focus

Review: Durex Play Vibrations Focus

My boyfriend and I are big fans of Durex condoms. When we started having sex, we tried a few different types of condoms and he preferred those. Plus, they consistently garner high marks in tests and surveys. So the most exciting part of the Play Vibrations Focus was that it came with an Extra Sensitive condom. The small pink box featured a drawing of the vibrator and the promise of “sensual pleasure” and “new intimate fun!” (New. Really.) Inside, the vibrator was nestled in a plastic casing with a thin sheath of plastic covering it. The plastic read “EXP 2011.” There was a tab on the edge of the plastic sheath for peeling the cover away to get to the . . . read more

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