Back in November, Dakota Johnson added one other string to her already appreciable bow when she turned an investor in and co-creative director of WOC-founded firm Maude. The actor appeared like a pure match for the sexual wellness model, which has gained a cult following thanks, partly, to its pleasure-positive messaging. “Our synergy was instantaneous, our core beliefs across the model mission aligned, our goals are mighty, and we simply actually like one another,” Johnson said of the partnership at the time. Now, the actor has launched us all to the model’s newest product – and reassured us it doesn’t disappoint.
Drop is “an all-body massager that can be utilized to stimulate all erogenous zones – with a companion or solo,” Johnson defined on Instagram. “Its versatility as an intimate massager, and all over the place physique massager is completely epic. Not to say it’s journey dimension, discrete and legit [sic]. TSA received’t even bat an eyelash. Do I preserve it in my purse? Yes. Yes I do. Thank you and goodnight.”
In a 12 months of lockdowns and social distancing, intercourse tech has, unsurprisingly, by no means been extra common. Tipped to be price an estimated $122 billion by 2024, the business isn’t solely serving to to shut the orgasm gap, it’s facilitating sexual wellbeing for a lot of girls and different traditionally underrepresented teams.
“Sexual wellness is important to all people. It is so necessary that each human feels included in and capable of entry this type of self-care, and that the dialog round sexual well being is destigmatised,” Johnson beforehand advised Vogue. “For too lengthy sexual well being has been poorly marketed, hyper aggressive, and extremely gendered. Maude is targeted on making sexual care part of your wellness routine. While creating merchandise and entry to schooling and consciousness about your individual physique and sexuality, we create the chance to correctly care on your sexual self, freed from taboo.” Preach.
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