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New Sex Device Helps Couples Engage in Intercourse over the Internet

| by Michael Allen
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The sex toy company Lovepalz is planning to release a product that will supposedly assist couples in having intercourse over the internet and, no, it's not Vaseline.

According to DailyDot.com:

Couples each have their own device, Hera for women and Zeus for males.The movements and reactions of one partner are registered by sensors in the device and sent to its corresponding unit. The makers say the mechanics of the devices and the real-time internet connection will provide as realistic an experience as couples can get without actually being together.

"It can simulate your actions and cause physical contact over internet in real time," the company's blog reads. "Through our service, you and your lover each hold one device and as long as you remain connected to the internet, the device automatically senses your actions and conveys them to your partner's toy!"


Zeus and Hera cost $378 as a set, or $189 individually, and will be released on March 29. About 5,000 pre-orders have already been made, with 1,800 already pre-paid.

Surprisingly, Lovepalz had a hard time securing funding and was actually turned down on the crowd-sourcing site Kickstarter.com.

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