Everything is advancing rapidly today, even sex toys. I mean, did you know that you can now talk to your sex toys?

You’ve heard it right, guys! You can now whisper words of pleasure to your man’s p-spot!

One example of such sex toy is our voice activated vibrating prostate plug with remote control. With this vibrating prostate plug, you can buzz and stimulate your man’s prostate from up to 25 feet away all thanks to its Whisperz voice-activated technology! The embedded microphone in the Whisperz wireless remote control activates the powerful vibration with the sound of your voice, allowing you to pleasure your or your man’s ass from a distance. It is perfect for playing around the comforts of your home or in public, if you dare, that is.

Indeed, we have come from a long way since 29,000 BC when the first phallic-shaped object ever recorded was discovered, when “our ancestors had been hunched over carving eight-inch-long penises out of siltstone.” Reportedly, they were the inventions of the Neanderthals in the Swabian Jura region, or the country we all now know today as Germany.

In 500 BC, “sex toy creation got a little more innovative—and a lot weirder,” according to thrillist. The innovative Ancient Greeks created penises made of brass, stuffed leather, and yes… they even made ones out of old loaves of bread. Called olisbokollikes, the Ancient Greeks made “bread dildos” and even made lube out of olive oil. The word dildo, however, won’t be coined until around 1400 AD.

I bet you didn’t see that coming, I didn’t either. But yes, dildos have existed for thousands of years already.

By 1300 AD, the sex toy industry flourished, mainly thanks to Ancient China, for having revolutionized and invented more sex toys like “Ben Wahh Balls filled with animal semen, cock rings made of goat eyelids, and double-sided dildos.” 

In addition, thrillist reported that the beginnings of sex dolls were owed to the French sailors who brought “‘women’ made of straw on long, lonely trips.” They called them “dames de voyage.” Though it won’t really be by late 1960s when “inflatable sex dolls” would be famous.

According to TNW, it was in the 1970s when sex toys truly became popular.

Hallie Lieberman, author of Buzz: A Stimulating History of the Sex Toy, told TNW that: “Sex toys, like any technology, reflect the greater culture.” Lieberman revealed how “sex toy has become a symbol for various — and sometimes conflicting — movements” specifically from the 60s to the 2000s.

Further, Lieberman said that sex toys, in the 1960s and 70s, became “symbolic for the feminist liberation.” It became a symbol for gay people as well, Lieberman explained: “Sex toys became a way to symbolize ways that gay people could express their sexuality without the fear of contracting HIV or AIDS. But because of this, sex toys also became vectors of illness at the time.” 

Do you agree with Lieberman’s assessment, guys? Read TNW’s article here for the full story and here, if you wish to read the history of sex toys in full.

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