A promotional photo used to sell a sex toy line by German brand Womanizer, in collaboration with Lily Allen. Attitudes towards sex have become less conservative, leading to a boom in the sex toy industry.
A promotional photo used to sell a sex toy line by German brand Womanizer, in collaboration with Lily Allen. Attitudes towards sex have become less conservative, leading to a boom in the sex toy industry.

Sex toy sales surge during the coronavirus pandemic, helped by Gwyneth Paltrow, Dakota Johnson, Cara Delevingne and other celebrities

  • Attitudes towards sex and sex toys have become less conservative in part to increased exposure through social media, literature and television
  • Sexual wellness brands such as Sweden’s Lelo have used this increased visibility to reframe the global conversation around sex toys, and its marketing strategy

A promotional photo used to sell a sex toy line by German brand Womanizer, in collaboration with Lily Allen. Attitudes towards sex have become less conservative, leading to a boom in the sex toy industry.
A promotional photo used to sell a sex toy line by German brand Womanizer, in collaboration with Lily Allen. Attitudes towards sex have become less conservative, leading to a boom in the sex toy industry.
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