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How might we enhance our sexual experiences by looking beyond "performance" and "pleasure"?

Over stimulation might be numbing our ability to heighten our senses for more subtle sexual responses.

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"Take control of how you lose control."

A small, jewel-like sex primer for women to use 15 minutes before the act to get in the mood for love-making. Sexual dysfunction, busy-lives and high-stress bodies make it harder and harder for foreplay alone (if you're lucky to get it) to work. Invasive sex toys also play a role in possibly de-sensitizing the genital area and can create a distancing between couples if they feel pressured to use them to spice things up.


  • Create real connection by "priming the body" with a small bead placed into the upper left fold of a woman's clitoral hood, where there is a bundle of nerves responsible for the sexual impulses sent to her nervous system and the brain to get in the mood.
  • Use 15 minutes before the act, while aimlessly doing other tasks (cooking dinner, watching television, finishing emails); and wait for the magic to happen.  Remove before sex.  Not to be used as a sex toy but a female sex primer.
  • For increased effect, use with deep breathing and visualization techniques to mindfully focus on the body and it's readiness to feel and be sexy.
  • A tool that allows for sexual meditation; putting focused concentration on parts of the body a woman has neglected and "triggering" or "priming" a zone that is physiologically proven to entice the nervous system connected to sexual impulse.
  • Discreet, easy, non-invasive, and tucks easily into most vulva shapes.  Pulsing activity is not as disturbing as a vibration; and is used to soothe the body as opposed to "stimulate" it.
  • Safe silicon and stainless steel parts, non-BPA plastics and non-irritable coatings.  
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