Will Sex Machines Replace Men? Men’s Health Asks Alicia Sinclair16 February 2018
Claire Lampen‘s article — The ‘Ultimate’ Vibrator Is Here, And Guys Are Freaking Out — featuring Founder of The Cowgirl premium sex machine Alicia Sinclair, was first published on Men’s Health.
When we talk about the future of sex machines, the conversation often turns to the options available to men: sex robots with eerily human appearances; mechanical glory holes designed to simulate the experience of getting a blowjob; entire brothels full of fembots. But we rarely talk about sex machines for women, or if women are even interested in copulating with a robot to begin with.
That’ll likely change, however, with the debut of The Cowgirl, a high-tech, ride-on sex machine. It’s roughly the size of a microwave and features a saddle-like seat topped with a rubber rumble strip. Customers who prefer G-spot stimulation can also swap in a dildo attachment with 360-degree rotational capacity.
“This is the ultimate vibrator,” its creator, sex educator and sex toy maker Alicia Sinclair, told Men’s Health. After trying out the Cowgirl at the product launch at New York City’s Museum of Sex last week, I’m inclined to agree: when I commandeered the machine’s palm-sized control box and dialed the motor up to half speed, my hand jumped from its body. This thing is powerful.
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