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If you glance around a New York City subway car on any given day, you might spot a few advertisements for erectile dysfunction, male libido, and condoms. What you won't see are ads for Dame, a sex toy company for women and non-binary people—because the Metropolitan Transit Authority banned it last year. Now, the sex toy company is suing the MTA for refusing to run its ads, saying that the transit authority is infringing on its first amendment rights, and for censoring its work while allowing male sex toys and libido products to advertise. It's a double-standard, the company says, that allows male-focused wellness products like Hims to run sexually suggestive, phallic ads on the subway unhindered by the MTA, while ads for female wellness like Dame, or period underwear company Thinx, face a struggle to get approved even when their imagery is amorphous and vague.
Fortunately, you can now buy your favorite high-end, medical-grade, super-sized, or leather sex toy in brightly lit, and proudly managed, stores all across Manhattan. Read up on some sex toy buying tipsand get to shopping. The inventory, comprised mostly of mainstream toys, is curated with women in mind, and the owner is picky about carrying high-quality items free of harmful chemicals and made with with medical grade silicon.
Brooklyn-based sex toy company Dame Products filed a lawsuit yesterday against the Metropolitan Transportation Authority MTA after it refused to run ads for female-focused sex toys. Passengers riding the New York City subway can see advertisements for condoms, male libido, and erectile dysfunction that feature images of cacti-shaped phalluses and bare buttocks. If these images have gotten a green light from the MTA, why have the pastel-colored sex toys on a beige background been deemed inappropriate?
Babelanduntil known as Toys in Babelandis a sex toy boutique offering erotic toys, books and pornographic films. Babeland has an online store and four retail stores in SeattleBrooklynand two in Manhattan. Claire Cavanah and Rachel Venning founded Toys in Babeland inin response to the lack of women-friendly sex shops in Seattle.
And yet, as we all know, such placards are few and far between. Over the past 18 months, I have interviewed more than 30 entrepreneurs in female and male sexual wellness, as well as venture capitalists who have invested in this field. I have researched and worked on investments in sex education and contraception technology companies.
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A sex toy company filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday against New York City's transit authority for refusing its advertisements. Dame Products, which built its brand around closing the "pleasure gap" for women, claims that the Metropolitan Transportation Authority MTA applied its policies in a discriminatory manner against the company using a double standard based on gender. Dame then received a letter on Dec. The MTA has accepted advertisements, however, that use phallic images to promote erectile dysfunction medication.