When we think about the future, we have visions of great technologies and sleek design. Yet we often overestimate what is possible in the long term, and at the same time underestimate what is already available. Take the sex toys below for example. You would think they will come from 2030, but they are already for sale!
As the name implies, teledildonics or cyberdildonics are hi-tech sex toys that connect to a smartphone, tablet or computer. But it does not stop there. From the smartphone, they can also be connected to other people elsewhere in the world and their sex toys.
Although the technology is still a bit in its infancy (and there are sometimes also security issues), there are now several products on the market. The basics of how they work are pretty similar. The male toy is usually in the shape of a penis sheath and, for the ladies, a technically operated vibrator. The possibilities are endless. Think of remote sex, or connecting with webcam performers, so you can actually feel what the other is doing. For example, read our review of the Kiiroo Couples set.
Get rid of artificial pussy
Back in the days, sex toys for men were often in the shape of a fake pussy or a fake ass. The idea was that as a man you could fantasize about the real deal. But first, those things often don’t look like a real pussy or ass at all. And secondly, do we men need that at all? We have PornHub, right?!
Fortunately, there is Tenga. Their Crysta ball and Geo Glacier for example. Both perfect examples of innovative masturbators that don’t look like an artificial pussy, but where the principle ‘form follows function’ is well applied. In particular, these products look futuristic, but they are already available.
Traditional sex toys are increasingly being given a futuristic makeover, quickly giving them the appearance of a spaceship that wouldn’t look out of place in a Star Trek episode. Or a supersonic weapon from The Terminator, or any Marvel movie.
Where is the phallus or the vagina?
More and more toys are also taking on a shape that in itself no longer has anything to do with human anatomy. Just as a bicycle doesn’t look like legs, most lay-on vibrators don’t look like penises.
OK, with a little imagination they sometimes look a bit like a tongue (like the We-Vibe Touch), but usually they look more like a creature that could live in deep oceans. Or on another planet, while we’re on the subject. Take for example the versatile Svakom Nymph (see picture); a very innovative versatile toy that has been thought through very carefully, but does not resemble a sex toy in the slightest.
Glass & metal
But the best part is that they not only look beautiful, they are also very safe, hard, heavy, hygienic and suitable for temperature play. The absolute top in metal dildos are of course from the Njoy brand!
Thrusting, not vibrating
Completely out of this world are the sex toys that don’t just vibrate. More and more often we see toys that can suck (such as the now famous Womanizer) or thrust.
A reciprocating weight uses a kinetic energy that creates the sensation of thrusting motion, without actually moving in and out mechanically. A technology that is especially emerging with butt plugs, such as the Thrust Adventurous butt plug pictured.
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