Today, the BBC reports on a product called "The Slightest Touch," a sexual aid for women that doesn't give them an orgasm, but stimulates nerves to help women get to the brink of one... all without going anywhere near the genital area. The device works by placing electrode pads on the ankles, which sends pulses up a woman's leg. This gadget isn't new, as we tried it out a few years ago for shits and giggles. There was more shit than giggling, though. It didn't turn us on whatsoever, and just sort of caused our legs to involuntarily twitch. It actually seemed like something more suited for fetishists into electrical shocks. But to each her own! [BBC News]
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