Products & Gadgets
Fans of pornography, virtual reality, and even creator apps have long felt the cruel sting of incompatibility with major market tech.
Being an independent entrepreneur offers freedom. Setting your own work hours, not having a boss, choosing your dress code and creating your own content exactly how you want it? That’s the dream.
The announcement of XBIZ’s community content video platform is bound to be big news for creators, performers, and anybody who is serious about branding.
Working from home is a big adjustment for employees who aren’t used to the practice. The lack of a morning commute, interactions with others, hitting the coffee shop, or chatting with coworkers in between assignments can hit us acutely if we’re not ready for it. One Japanese virtual assistant company, Gatebox Inc, has an idea for a solution.
Plenty of things can keep humans from having orgasms: stress, medications, lack of awareness of our own bodies. But there are steps we can take if we want to invest some effort (and money) into better sexual health.
How much would you pay for a sex doll? If you said anything less than $100,000, then an AI RealDoll in the likeness of comedian Whitney Cummings is out of your reach.
Lora DiCarlo, the consumer robotics and sexual wellness company, today released Baci, the latest award-winning microrobotics and bio-mimetic pleasure device in the Osé family of products.
Given the proliferation of porn fans across the world, one might wonder why a company like PornHub advertises at all. Surely everybody already knows about it? In the world of online adult content, however, PornHub has some stiff competition—pun intended!
If you’re in one of those countries still quarantined thanks to an unflattened curve—the cabin fever may be getting extreme. While married or otherwise cohabitating couples haven’t had to do without, those casually dating or playing the field haven’t been able to safely hook up in months.
The launch of a great new sex toy warrants praise and notice. But the We-Vibe Nova 2 may also necessitate parties, festivals, even a parade.
Few industries have felt the same pushback as SexTech. It seems that no matter how valuable, unique, or innovative a product or service is—involving SexTech in the equation inspires prudes to throw up roadblocks.
When we think of the French, sexual prudishness doesn’t generally follow. But they may have their pantaloons in a bunch over how many children have easy access to online porn.
So many aspects of modern life are on semi-permanent hold thanks to the pandemic. From sports to concerts to dance recitals and birthday parties—all of our favorite events are canceled, postponed, or simply forgotten in favor of sanitizing, disinfecting, hand washing, and mask donning. But what about sex?
What does it take to be an ‘elite distributor’ of adult products? According to Pipedream, it requires passing a rigorous selection process, demonstrated knowledge of products and customers, strong leadership, and a commitment to customer satisfaction.
The Coronavirus has been financially devastating for industries across the board. While some businesses receive government help, and taxpayers may be eligible for extended unemployment or stimulus checks—sex workers are left out of the conversation.
Only 28% of the population rely on the web to find information satisfying only 4.1% of men and 1.9% of women. The main cause being lack of comprehensive information on sexuality, sexual wellbeing, mental health.
If there’s one thing everyone should know about sex workers—it’s that they take care of their own. When times are tough, those in the sex industry tend to advocate, uplift, and protect their contemporaries.
Good Vibrations is a company that has led the way in bringing honest, open sexual discussion into the mainstream. Their catalogs, which premiered in the 1990’s, brought intimate knowledge to thousands of adult women who didn’t even realize how little they knew about their own bodies.
Most people don’t know that the United States does not have standardized guidelines for sex education in public schools. Depending on your state, city, and even the individual instructor, what kids are actually taught about sexuality, masturbation, or contraception can vary widely.
Why should it matter if sex toys are marketed specifically to lesbians? Some have asked this question, and it definitely deserves an answer.
Tickle.Life is a discovery and aggregator platform for all things sexual. In this episode, we speak to the platform's founder, Shakun Sethi, about her journey from PR businesswoman in India to SexTech industry pioneer.
Coral is an app designed for horizontal happiness. The platform helps users achieve their best intimate life through a mix of science, stories and practical exercises created by experts. In this episode, we sit down with Coral founder Isharna Walsh to discuss sexual wellness' emergence into the mainstream, and how that is likely to impact our perspective on human sex and sexuality going forward.
Premature ejaculation is the most prevalent male sexual dysfunction, estimated to affect up to 30% of all men. So why isn't the issue as popular as erectile dysfunction?
MakeLoveNotPorn isn't pornography; it's social sex sharing. What's the difference? Come listen to venerable SexTech pioneer Cindy Gallop, as she explains why the platform's competition isn't PornHub and YouPorn, but rather Facebook and YouTube.
In our very first episode, Lora DiCarlo, CEO of the eponymous Sex Tech company, Lora DiCarlo, discusses her experience receiving, then losing, then re-receiving CES' coveted Innovation Award for her revolutionary Ose massager.