In the course of my role at Lioness , I have a lot of people tell me about their sexual experiences. At the same time, I also interact with medical practitioners and researchers and have needed to be familiar with the academic literature around female sexuality to have meaningful conversations and effectively develop products in the space. One person I talked to actually said they were never able to orgasm with a partner ever again after using the Hitachi Magic Wand. She grimly speculated—somewhat horrifyingly—that they had damaged the nerves in her clitoris. The confusion even extends to health professionals. These results are as consistent as it generally gets in academic literature and is echoed by pragmatic sexual education sources like Go Ask Alice.
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They are far more likely to be found in your bedside drawer than your local surgery , but sex toys can bring more than just benefits in the bedroom; they could boost your health too. So should GPs stop being shy and recommend pleasure products? Samantha Evans, former nurse and co-founder of 'luxury sex toy and vibrator shop' Jo Divine certainly believes so.