An unusual new toy trend is making its mark in Australia with women purchasing inexpensive 'tongue vibrators' to simulate oral sex. Smile Makers Collectionwho sell 'personal massagers' on their website, have explained that the vibrating 'tongues' are extremely discreet and capable of acting much like a human partner would. A wild new toy trend is making its mark in Australia with women purchasing inexpensive tongue vibrators to simulate oral sex.
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How times have changed. What was once considered to be dirty and taboo is now in mainstream media, with sex toys being featured on prime time television. With this acceptance, and combined with retail locations that don't necessarily hide themselves in dark alleys anymore — it begs the following question; just how many people use vibrators?
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