Sex toys in the attic
"But disposing of sex paraphernalia — actually all those embarrassing items you have stashed around the house — is something every boomer should be concerned about."
Would you be embarrassed if anyone found your sex toys — either in life or death?
According to this article in the New York Times, boomers need to get rid of all their goodies — right now.
OhMiBod Hits the New York Times
Check out the New York Times today for a great article about vibrators and how they’re slowly but surely dispelling the old notions and fighting their way into the mainstream. Best of all, OhMiBod and our friends at Babeland and Lelo get some love!
And now, thanks to Suki Dunham, 43, vibrators also have an iPhone app.
Ms. Dunham, a former business manager for Apple, was a stay-at-home mother for four years before founding OhMiBod, a line of vibrators that synchronize rhythmically with iPods, iPads, iPhones and other smartphones. (But, she said, “Our product line won’t be sold at the Apple store any time soon.”) She got the idea after her husband, Brian, who was then traveling frequently for his job at Tyco, gave her an iPod and a vibrator for Christmas…
He later quit to help his wife market her invention, which has faced some hurdles. Nylon Magazine refused to run an ad, Ms. Dunham said. And the federal Small Business Administration denied her loan application because they said she ran a “prurient” business.
“I can sit with my 10-year-old daughter during prime-time TV and watch a commercial for Viagra,” Mr. Dunham said, “but I can’t advertise our OhMiBod fan page within Facebook.”