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Slightest Touch: Women can have orgasms 'at the touch of a button'

By Chris V. Thangham     Aug 5, 2008 in Technology
The makers of the "Slightest Touch" device claim it gives women orgasms at the touch of the button, and they are better and more intense than normal.
The device named “Slightest Touch” works by stimulating the body’s sexual nerves and its connections with other nerves. The makers of the device claim it gives women, longer, better and more intense orgasms with just the touch of a button.
The device works as follows:
The women using this device drink an electrolyte sports drink 20 minutes before using the device. They then put two white electrodes inside their ankles. The pads are then activated via its connection to a remote Slightest Touch device. The device stimulates the nerves and sends gentle pulses throughout the body for about 10 to 30 minutes and brings women to climax.
The device is about the size of a personal stereo and costs $139.
Cherisse Davidson, the company’s director of customer support told the BBC:
"It gently stimulates the sexual nerve pathways taking the woman to a pre-orgasmic plateau where she dangles on the edge of orgasm for as long as she wants…From there, gentle stimulation can then affect the orgasm."
Davidson insists the device is very effective and that she has been using it for the past three years and loves it.
She hopes this device can be used for women who have problems achieving orgasm, or for those who just want to improve their sex lives.
The manufacturer, however, said this device is not suitable for everyone; it's not meant for women taking anti-depressants, those who are pregnant or women who have heart conditions.
Not everyone is welcoming this device, either; the U.K.’s FPA (Family Planning Association) recommended women get professional advice before buying this device.
"If women feel they have problems with either sex or relationships, it's better to go and get professional advice about the possible causes, before spending a lot of money on a particular product."
BBC News was unable to confirm their findings independently. Others can check the reviews on the Net to see whether it's suitable for them.
The “Slightest Touch” device was introduced in the U.S. six months ago and so far they have sold more than 4,000 units and plan to expand in the U.K and Europe. For more information visit their website here.
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