Do you have one in your secret stash?
Rabbit vibrators were out long before the Sex and the City featured the Rabbit Pearl made by Vibratex, but its appearance on the show gained the attention of women across the world. It was created in 1984, but did not air on the show until August 2, 1997.
The show’s debut of this product was a moment when women across the world took notice.
By 1999, millions of the Rabbit Pearl (as well as knock-off versions) had been sold.
In the episode where it was first shown, the thrill of a sex toy that could bring simultaneous clitoral and G-spot stimulation through a rotating and vibrating dildo blew the women’s minds, and it was clear that the sex toy delivered sexual satisfaction on a new level.
Celebrities even started mentioning them in interviews after the Sex and the City debut. For example, Desperate Housewife Eva Longoria mentioned that she gave rabbit vibrators to her girlfriends as presents, and it even appeared on Oprah's show in 2006 when the cordless version called the Rabbit Habit made its debut.
The rabbit vibrators became so popular that some men began to worry, and in 2008 the Alabama Attorney General Troy King announced that he was going to ensure enforcement of his state's sex toy ban.
These days, Rabbit vibrators are even more sophisticated.
If you have not been following the development of sex toys, then girl, sit down! Because things got downright amazeballs.
Many new versions of rabbit sex toys are now:
- Made with non-porous, bacteria-resistant, medical grade silicone
- Available in a variety of sizes
- Offering Bluetooth compatibility which allows a partner from across the world to control it
- Featuring customizable settings so that you can create your own vibration patterns
- Providing hands-free options
So, if you have not checked out the sex toy market lately, it's time for an update.
You deserve a little sensual stimulation and relaxation, so make sure to check out the new rabbit vibes, as they are continuing to delight women all over the world ... even in Alabama where you still can’t buy one locally.
Thank goodness for the internet, because they can still buy them online!
Lisa S. Lawless, Ph.D. is the founder and C.E.O. of Holistic Wisdom, Inc. which provides sexual health and wellness education, resources and products. To learn more about what are the latest developments in nontoxic sex toys visit – HolisticWisdom.com