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To mark the company's 36 year anniversary, San Francisco sex toy company Good Vibrations hosted a Bling My Vibe sex toy crafting contest using a Smoothie Vibrator as a canvas. Submissions included a beaded octopus, a Conehead trio, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and several jeweled and bedazzled specimens that we most definitely hope are for aesthetic purposes only. The winners will be announced at a party and awards ceremony featuring sex positive celebrites on Friday, with the winners receiving Good Vibrations gift baskets and certificates. Check out a few of our favorite submissions in the slideshow below. And Happy Birthday, Good Vibrations! Tap here to turn on desktop notifications to get the news sent straight to you.
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It's a matter of human nature that people will find ways to have sex. And if they can't have sex with someone else, they'll have it with themselves. Even in a massively repressed culture such as Victorian England, people invented or discovered ways to have orgasms. Hence, an entire industry of Victorian sex toys was created to cure "female hysteria," and boy, did it yield some interesting inventions.
Disabled people use sex toys for the same reasons as anyone else: for pleasure, variety, sexual experimentation, kinky sex… the list goes on. But some disabled people also use them to assist with sexual difficulties or physical, mental or sensory impairments. But sex can be just as mind blowing with the right assistance. Disabled people often use equipment to help with everyday things, like a grip to hold a cup or hoist to lift them from a chair to bed, and the idea of useful aids carries on into the bedroom.