A sexual wellness brand wants to normalize female sexuality, and that’s a cause that has us quivering with excitement.
The Poet, Smile Makers’ newest stimulator, is a rosebud-inspired air pulse stimulator now available at pharmacies and Isetan Scotts shopping mall for S$169 (US$124). Forget one-size-fits-all, this clitoral-targeted gadget comes in different shapes and sizes catered to all.
“Based on insights from our community and knowing what was available on the market, we’ve created a product that caters for the fact that all clitorises are different. Not only in size, but also in sensitivities and pleasure preferences, which is why our product enables the user to create their own experience. They’re the ones in charge.” Smile Makers’ Cecile Gasnault said in a news release.
The pleasure toy is equipped with touch sensors that let users adjust the intensity of stimulation, noise levels and browse a selection of modes. It also comes with information about the clitoris and tips on how to enjoy the product to its fullest.
According to the FemTech brand, 60% of women globally prefer clitoral stimulation from a survey of more than 780,000 women, and 62% of Singaporean women want vibrators in retail stores instead of only sex shops.
The company said it worked with gynecologists and experimented with suction technology to absolutely guarantee women their devices pulsate with the most air for maximum possible bliss.
The Poet is now available online and in mainstream retailers such as Watsons, Guardian, Motherswork, and Isetan Scotts.
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