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Sex Toy Company Launches the First Vibrator Designed with Accessibility in Mind

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Sex toy shopping isn’t always the most friendly experience. And for those who are disabled, it can be even worse. Common sex toy marketing excludes them from the entire pleasure narrative, and when it comes to finding a sex toy that’s comfortable to use?  It can be incredibly challenging.

That’s why sex toy company OhMiBod designed its newest toy Lovelife Rev , a finger massager, with accessibility top of mind. Initially created with older users in mind (hey, Grandma has needs too!), Rev’s features were found to also be helpful to anyone with dexterity challenges, Suki Dunham, the founder of OhMiBod, tellsCosmo.

The hope: That the Lovelife Rev will help those who normally feel excluded from or have their needs glossed over by traditional sex toys join the ranks of people who use and love vibrators. “In some cases, [their] needs and desires become invisible,” Dunham says. Well, not anymore.

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