My how the times have changed.Â It used to be that women shyed away from sex toys or at least admitting they used them.Â But today’s woman is not afraid to go the distance for the BIG “O”.Â These gadgets can be found in most drug and grocery stores!Â Go ahead…read on!
TOOTHPASTE? Check. Tampons? Check. Vibrator? Check!
Various personal massage devices line the shelves of a Duane Reade store in New York.
For years, vibrators were bought quietly in sex shops, and later online, arriving in discreet unmarked packages. They were rarely discussed, other than perhaps during a late-night girl-talk session fueled by many glasses of pinot grigio. But now you can find them advertised on MTV and boldly displayed at Duane Reade, Walgreens and other mainstream drugstores, mere steps from the Bengay and Dr. Schollâ€™s.
The newest model on the shelves is the Tri-Phoria ($39.99), 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: â€œThe idea really came from consumers. They kept telling us vibrators, vibrators. And we just laughed. And then we realized they were serious.â€
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