The bedroom revolution: Let’s talk about sex tech
[Evening Standard 1/7/19] High-spec, Instagram-friendly and poised to be worth £22 million by 2020, here’s what you need to know about sex tech.
Gone are the days when sex toys came in lurid colours and naff packaging, hastily bought “as a joke” in a dimly lit sex shop and then shoved in a drawer.
Today’s stylishly designed, Instagram-friendly products have as much tech innovation as your smartphone, look just as good on your bedside table and make that Rampant Rabbit seem as primitive as a Nokia 8210 by comparison.
“The sex tech industry will reach £22 million in revenue by 2020,” says Grace Gould, founder of Soda — the School of the Digital Age — a female-focused technology and e-commerce platform which is hosting a month-long series of events around women’s sexual wellbeing.
The sex tech edit on the site features Crescendo (£129), which can be moulded — Silly Putty-style — into the shape of your choice and comes with an app controlling its 12 different settings; and Bean, a £29 palm-sized vibe which looks more like a beauty compact.
“This movement is part of an expanding acceptance of sex toys and the positive impact they have on women’s health. I’m so excited about the innovation happening in this space. Female pleasure shouldn’t have this Victorian stigma around it and sex tech is an amazing way for a woman to explore herself.”……………..
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