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You can have sex with the Muji Tenga Egg

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Muji, the austere Japanese lifestyles retailer, something like Ikea meets American Apparel, purportedly sells trays of six Egg Masturbation Aids. Unwrap the Cadbury-like foil, douse the ridged inside with the included lubricant, and scramble. Update: Oops. Turns

The Sonic Lounger treats "stress" the same way 19th Century quacks treated "hysteria" (i.e. vibration)

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There's something about this Sonic Lounger that invites perverted suspicion. The leg stirrups, the strange vibrating speaker positioned directly over the uterus, the arm clamps... it has every look of a Victorian era medical device for the treatment of "hysteria"…

Marital Aid Test Kitchen reviews the SaSi vibrator (Verdict: Obviates thumbs up)

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Our go-to sex toy reviewer Lux Alptraum checks out the "SaSi", a fancy new vibrator that has a motion nub that more or less simulates cunnilingus:
The first time I heard that the SaSi could learn how to get me

Lonely MacGyver: Make a "Fleshlight" from a Potato Chips Tube

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Should you find yourself staring lustily at the empty potato chip container you just ravished, Something Awful goon "STFU Pumpkinhead" (who has an X-Com avatar) has put up a HOWTO explaining the best way to turn that plastic tube into…

Edwardianish Era Male Anti-Masturbation Armor

This metal device is one of a number of similar devices which were invented in the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries to prevent masturbation. A leather strap which would have kept it in place is now missing. Until the early