Friday, September 27, 2013

Pipedream Sex Toys Featured on Sons of Anarchy

Sons of Anarchy Sex Toys
In this week’s episode of Sons of Anarchy, called “Poenitentia,” the character Tig is in the motorcycle club’s warehouse as he browses a box packed with sex toys from the Fetish Fantasy line by Pipedream. To purchase them and see what they had you can visit - Pipedream Sons of Anarchy Sex Toys.

More such sex toys can be seen here:
 Pipedream Sex Toys

For the best, nontoxic sex toys, make sure to check out the site as the selection is amazing.

Thursday, September 26, 2013

Gspot Lollipops Review & Sales

G-Spot Lollipops (AKA Gpops)

Owner Dennis Diaz of G-Spot Lollipop, LLC just had his amazing product the Gspot Lollipops featured on the YouPorn Show as well as on Sirius Satellite Radio- Playboy's Night Calls Show with Christy Canyon and Ginger Lynn who demonstrated how effective the Gspot Lollipops (specifically the Double Pop) is at giving amazing orgams. 

One might think that it was all for show but they really do work. We have had several customer reviews on them and they are all five star ratings. 

For more information on them as well as where to buy them make sure to check out Gspot Lollipops here and use coupon code FABFIFTEEN to take an additional 15% off the sale price!

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Friday, September 20, 2013

Updated: Why You May Want to Avoid LELO's New Products: IDA & TARA

LELO Sex Toys
The LELO IDA and LELO TARA were to be launched with new rotating vibrators that can be worn during intercourse, but there was a hitch. 

The makers of We-Vibe products, Standard Innovations, Corp. have indicated that these products violate their patents just as the LELO Tiani, Tiani 2 and Noa were found to be through a decision made by the U.S. International Trade Commission this summer. 

Danny Osadca, the CEO of Standard Innovations, Corp. was quoted in through an article dated 9-15-13 as saying  “...anyone who attempts to carry Lelo’s new couples massagers would do so at its peril and in violation of the ITC Orders. This could result in penalties from the US government of up to $100,000 a day, as well as the potential of other legal action.”

Both companies have said in public statements that they stand by those that sell their products, even in articles regarding these lawsuits, yet Standard Innovations, Corp. has already sued retailers and distributors for carrying some of the LELO products and LELO sent cease and desist letters to many retailers and demanded a count of any of the We-Vibe 3 products sold, thus, making it appear they are preparing legal action against resellers as well.

Bottom line is that they are both going after the very resellers of their products that have helped them to create their success instead of working this out between themselves, which is what most companies do. Many retailers are left wondering what to do, having lost trust with both companies and feeling that the risk of being sued just to offer either of their products is not worth taking.

It would seem more conducive to both companies to refrain from legally threatening resellers in any form as it causes damage to both their reputations with both retailers and distributors. One would hope that the two companies would realize that they have left those that sell any of their products in a very uncomfortable position. In many cases, resellers are quite put off to say the least by being legally threatened for simply selling sex toys that should have been cleared legally to sell prior to being put on the market.

It also makes it difficult for resellers to explain to customers why they cannot provide a product that the customer desires; not just because they are worried about being sued, but because customers are also legally vulnerable to such lawsuits. Thus, ethical retailers have a responsibility to their customers to inform them of something that may also put them in jeopardy.

It seems that this battle between We-Vibe and LELO is far from over with LELO also taking legal steps against Standard Innovations, Corp. for the charging technology in their We-Vibe 3 products making the only products like this that are currently not involved in these legal battles the We-Vibe 2 and the about to be released We-Vibe 4 (which is using a different remote control technology). This is why some retailers are now calling this the Hatfield & McCoy sex toy war.

For the products not involved in this legal mess, you can purchase the We-Vibe 2 now and to learn how to get the soon to be released We-Vibe 4 you can visit the We-Vibe page here.

Update: We-Vibe just recently sent this information 2-2-16-

We are pleased to let you know that we have reached a settlement agreement with LELO, bringing to conclusion all lawsuits between us. Under the terms, both companies have agreed to license and use each other’s relevant intellectual property in our respective products.

Bruce and I cannot thank you enough for your loyalty and continued support of the We-Vibe brand throughout this lengthy process. We recognize that this dispute has been disruptive and at times has created uncertainty in the market. Please accept our sincere apologies for any discomfort this process may have caused. As you know, Bruce’s invention is at the core of our company and, as such, it is necessary for us to protect it.
Below please find more information on the settlement and the answers to some questions you may have.

Frank Ferrari

Standard Innovation and LELO settle couples vibrator and
inductive charging patent disputes
Standard Innovation® and LELO® have reached an agreement to settle all outstanding lawsuits related to U.S. Patent No. 7,931,605, Canadian Patent Nos. 2,591,401 and 2,684,004, the couples vibrator patents, and US patent No. 7,749,178, the inductively chargeable massager patent. The settlement includes a cross-licensing agreement that allows both companies to respectfully license and use each other’s relevant intellectual property.
The agreement grants LELO a license to Standard Innovation’s couples vibrator patent for use in products such as LELO Tiani, Tiani 2, Tiani 3, Tiani 24k, Noa and Intimina Kalia, and grants Standard Innovation a license to LELO’s inductively chargeable massager patent.
The settlement agreement is between Standard Innovation and LELO only. It does not apply to any other manufactures. Standard Innovation will continue to pursue legal actions against those parties who attempt to market and sell products that infringe its intellectual property rights. Standard Innovation holds patents on its couples vibrator products in Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, the European Union, Hong Kong, Japan, Mexico, and the United States, and has patents pending in Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, the European Union, Hong Kong, India, Russia and the United States. Standard Innovation is represented by Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP. Osha Liang LLP, and Mayer Brown LLP.

Q&A for Partners
1.     Does the settlement affect We-Vibe products with inductive charging? The agreement grants Standard Innovation a license to LELO’s inductively chargeable massager patent for use in our products such as We-Vibe II Plus, We-Vibe 3, We-Vibe 4, We-Vibe 4 Plus and We-Vibe Classic.
2.     Can I now distribute/sell LELO couples products? LELO has a license under Standard Innovation’s patents to sell the LELO Tiani, Tiani 2, Tiani 3, Tiani 24k, Noa and Intimina Kalia.
3.     Can I distribute and/or sell other couples products that are intended to be worn during intercourse? No, the license is granted to LELO only. Standard Innovation will continue to take all steps to enforce its valuable intellectual property rights.
4.     Did either party receive damages from the other? The terms of the agreement are confidential.
5.     What lawsuits have been settled? All US and Canadian lawsuits related to Standard Innovation's couples vibrator patents (U.S. Patent No. 7,931,605, Canadian Patent Nos. 2,591,401 and 2,684,004) and LELO’s inductively chargeable massager patent (US patent No. 7,749,178) have been settled.
6.     Will Standard Innovation license its patents to other companies? We are not considering additional licensing proposals.
7.     Will Standard Innovation be pursuing other intellectual property lawsuits? Standard Innovation holds patents on its couples vibrator products in Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, the European Union, Hong Kong, Japan, Mexico, and the United States, and has patents pending in Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, the European Union, Hong Kong, India, Russia and the United States. We will continue to vigorously enforce our intellectual property rights.

If you have any questions that have not been answered here, please contact us at

Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Elizabeth - Entice Review

Elizabeth Butterfly Vibrator
The dual action, butterfly vibrator is named Elizabeth and is a dainty, yet powerful vibrator from the Entice line, manufactured by California Exotics.

It has the most lovely silicone, which is so soft that it is difficult not to slide your hand up and down it just to delight your senses. It feels much like firm yet soft skin and is non-porous. The Elizabeth butterfly vibrator offers 7 dazzling and powerful vibration settings but it is packaged in a non-intimidating smaller size for women that like something a bit more gentle.

It is waterproof and easy to use with a one-touch control. The volume of the vibration is moderate while the power is surprisingly strong.

Learn more about the Elizabeth from the Entice Line, find out where to buy one and even read customer reviews.

Friday, September 13, 2013

Creative Sex Tips

If you are looking for some new sex tips to
spice things up in your relationship, make sure to check out: 
Creative Sex Tips

Sunday, September 8, 2013

How to Talk to Your Child about Porn

Lisa S. Lawless, PhD, CEO
Holistic Wisdom, Inc.

Finding a way to talk about porn can be tricky especially when discussing it with your kids. That is why we have put together an article that covers the best way to talk to your child about porn in order to help parents find the most responsible and least intimidating way to bring up this sensitive topic.

Monday, September 2, 2013

Dakota Johnson and Charlie Hunnam Cast in Fifty Shades Movie

Dakota Johnson
Charlie Hunnam
Dakota Johnson (daughter of Don Johnson and Melanie Griffith) has been cast as Anastasia Steele in 50 Shades Of Grey. While Charlie Hunnam known for his role on "Sons of Anarchy," has been cast as Christian Grey - 

Learn more through Fifty Shades Movie News

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