As modern technology progresses, developments in the world of sex technology – or & # 39; sex-tech & # 39; – happening just as quickly.
Traditional self-indulgence devices have undergone tremendous makeover in recent years, and in 2019 alone a number of products were launched with features that would have been ridiculous five years ago.
The Australian We-Vibe sex and relationship expert, Dr. Jessica O & # 39; Reilly, and Womanizer sexpert and head of communications, Johanna Rief, have given these new developments and shared advice on how women and couples can improve their sex life this year.
The Australian We-Vibe sex and relationship expert, Dr. Jessica O & # 39; Reilly (left), and Womanizer sexpert and head of communications, Johanna Rief (right), have detailed new sex toy advances
& # 39; Sexual technology continues to evolve every day, with advances in things like teledildonics, app-enabled toys, interactive digital shows / experiences, sex robots, VR sex in private rooms and 3D-printed toys & # 39 ;, said Dr. O & # 39 ; Reilly to FEMAIL.
App-controlled toys are larger than ever, with more progress in this area than any other.
& # 39; We now use apps to order food, cars & even babysitters. We do our banking, period racing and online dating, so it follows that our sexual relationships will also be online, & said Dr. O & # 39; Reilly.
& # 39; Long distance relationships can be just as satisfying as geographically close contact, and most couples want an active sex life while keeping apart.
The We-Vibe Moxie ($ 149) is one of the newest on the market and is designed to be worn out, and encourage couples to brighten up their love life outside the bedroom
How & # 39; normal & # 39; is your sex life?
* 71% of Australian millennials have lost their virginity when they are 18
* Gen Z loses its virginity earlier than their millennial counterparts with the average age for virginity loss under Gen Z being 16 and 18 for millennials
* Most people have sex 5 times a month, with 61% of Australians having sex at least 5 times a month with an average of 9 times a month
* 53% of young Australians have between 1 and 5 sexual partners
* 52% of women say they have been in a romantic relationship compared to only 37% of men
Source: 2019 SKYN Intimacy Survey of 2000 millennials
& # 39; Toys like these allow couples traveling for work to stay connected in an erotic way. & # 39;
The We-Vibe Moxie ($ 149) is one of the newest on the market and is designed to be worn out and encourage couples to brighten up their love life outside the bedroom.
It can be operated via a multifunctional remote control or a smartphone app, which can be managed personally or by a partner.
Modern versions of the best-selling & # 39; rabbit & # 39; vibrator also come to the fore, with new hi-tech features tailored to female pleasure.
It can be operated via a multifunctional remote control or a smartphone app, which can be managed personally or by a partner
& # 39; In my opinion, Sex and the City was the absolute kick-off for the success story that the & # 39; rabbit & # 39; vibrator is & # 39 ;, Mrs. Rief told FEMAIL.
& # 39; But that was 20 years ago now, and then the clitoris had not even been fully discovered.
& # 39; Many people don't know that 70 – 80 percent of all women reach clitoral orgasms, that's why the rabbits are so successful because they have an extra, shorter vibrator for clitoral stimulation. & # 39;
One of the new & # 39; rabbit & # 39; designs is the DUO womanizer ($ 329) – a flexible and almost silent vibrator that can easily adjust to the anatomy of any user.
One of the new generation & # 39; rabbit & # 39; designs is the Womanizer DUO ($ 329) – a flexible and almost silent vibrator that can easily adapt to the anatomy of any user and & # 39; Pleasure Air & # 39; technology used for stimulation
How can women improve their sex lives?
1. Be selfish
Ask what you want and stop worrying about your partner so that you can focus on yourself. We often enjoy ourselves because we are so focused on the feelings of our partners that we forget ours. Learn to be selfish and have fun without the need to answer.
2. Get to know your body
Just examining your genitals with a mirror can help you learn more about this beautiful region and appreciate its sexual and practical splendor. Spend more time naked to become comfortable with your body – especially if body image anxiety keeps you in bed.
The more you learn to take care of yourself, the greater the chance that you will reach the highlights of pleasure with your partner.
4. Invest in lifestyle factors that affect your overall health and sex life
Sleep, eat well and exercise.
5. Practice mindfulness
Start your day with seven deep breaths and let yourself easily feel the air moving through and around your body. Practice focus: close your eyes and let your partner caress your hands and face for five minutes. If you pay attention outside the bedroom, you will enjoy the benefits in the bedroom with regard to presence, intimacy and pleasure.
The DUO works in two ways for women – it massages the clitoris with soft air vibrations using & # 39; Pleasure Air & # 39; technology and also stimulates the G-spot and the vaginal area.
When it comes to devices that are most popular, Mrs. Rief says that everything that stimulates the clitoris is a hit.
& # 39; There are still many women (35 percent) who rarely or never have orgasm during sexual intercourse, and a stimulating sex toy for the clitoris can help, & # 39; she said.
& # 39; Of course we know that there are many reasons why some women cannot get orgasm, but that is why we are fighting for female empowerment, body positivity and open discussion about female pleasure in all its forms. & # 39;
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