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Robotyczny wibrator (4)

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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10012 Ban 1 10/01/2019 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit: Lora DiCarlo A female-led sex toy company is claiming sexism, after trade show organisers revoked an innovation award from its hands-free robotic massager.The product the Osé massager was then banned for being "immoral".The firm behind it claims its unique micro-robotic technology “mimics all of the sensations of a human mouth, tongue, and fingers, for an experience that feels just like a real partner. “The Osé, made of medical grade silicone, is said to be the world's first hands-free product designed for "blended" orgasms – a combined clitoral and g-spot orgasm.Through the use of advanced micro-robotic technology, the massager imitates the movements and sensations of a human partner, in a bid to avoid "buzzing, desensitising" vibrations.Organisers of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, due to end on January11, initially praised the sex toyAccording to Lora DiCarlo , the company behind the toy, Osé was granted a CES 2019 Innovation Award in robotics by a panel of independent expert judges for its cutting-edge technology.The honour was short-lived however. The firm said a month later the almost entirely female team of engineers was informed that the administrators at CES and the Consumer Technology Association – the show's owner and producer – had revoked the award.Lora DiCarlo was also told that it would not be allowed to exhibit its massager. OPS: The Osé massager Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10012 Ban 1 10/01/2019 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit: Lora DiCarlo A female-led sex toy company is claiming sexism, after trade show organisers revoked an innovation award from its hands-free robotic massager.The product the Osé massager was then banned for being "immoral".The firm behind it claims its unique micro-robotic technology “mimics all of the sensations of a human mouth, tongue, and fingers, for an experience that feels just like a real partner. “The Osé, made of medical grade silicone, is said to be the world's first hands-free product designed for "blended" orgasms – a combined clitoral and g-spot orgasm.Through the use of advanced micro-robotic technology, the massager imitates the movements and sensations of a human partner, in a bid to avoid "buzzing, desensitising" vibrations.Organisers of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, due to end on January11, initially praised the sex toyAccording to Lora DiCarlo , the company behind the toy, Osé was granted a CES 2019 Innovation Award in robotics by a panel of independent expert judges for its cutting-edge technology.The honour was short-lived however. The firm said a month later the almost entirely female team of engineers was informed that the administrators at CES and the Consumer Technology Association – the show's owner and producer – had revoked the award.Lora DiCarlo was also told that it would not be allowed to exhibit its massager. OPS: The Osé massager Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10012 Ban 1 10/01/2019 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit: Lora DiCarlo A female-led sex toy company is claiming sexism, after trade show organisers revoked an innovation award from its hands-free robotic massager.The product the Osé massager was then banned for being "immoral".The firm behind it claims its unique micro-robotic technology “mimics all of the sensations of a human mouth, tongue, and fingers, for an experience that feels just like a real partner. “The Osé, made of medical grade silicone, is said to be the world's first hands-free product designed for "blended" orgasms – a combined clitoral and g-spot orgasm.Through the use of advanced micro-robotic technology, the massager imitates the movements and sensations of a human partner, in a bid to avoid "buzzing, desensitising" vibrations.Organisers of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, due to end on January11, initially praised the sex toyAccording to Lora DiCarlo , the company behind the toy, Osé was granted a CES 2019 Innovation Award in robotics by a panel of independent expert judges for its cutting-edge technology.The honour was short-lived however. The firm said a month later the almost entirely female team of engineers was informed that the administrators at CES and the Consumer Technology Association – the show's owner and producer – had revoked the award.Lora DiCarlo was also told that it would not be allowed to exhibit its massager. OPS: Lora DiCarlo marketing director Sarah Brown Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10012 Ban 1 10/01/2019 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit: Lora DiCarlo A female-led sex toy company is claiming sexism, after trade show organisers revoked an innovation award from its hands-free robotic massager.The product the Osé massager was then banned for being "immoral".The firm behind it claims its unique micro-robotic technology “mimics all of the sensations of a human mouth, tongue, and fingers, for an experience that feels just like a real partner. “The Osé, made of medical grade silicone, is said to be the world's first hands-free product designed for "blended" orgasms – a combined clitoral and g-spot orgasm.Through the use of advanced micro-robotic technology, the massager imitates the movements and sensations of a human partner, in a bid to avoid "buzzing, desensitising" vibrations.Organisers of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, due to end on January11, initially praised the sex toyAccording to Lora DiCarlo , the company behind the toy, Osé was granted a CES 2019 Innovation Award in robotics by a panel of independent expert judges for its cutting-edge technology.The honour was short-lived however. The firm said a month later the almost entirely female team of engineers was informed that the administrators at CES and the Consumer Technology Association – the show's owner and producer – had revoked the award.Lora DiCarlo was also told that it would not be allowed to exhibit its massager. OPS: Lora DiCarlo founder and CEO Lora Haddock Picture supplied by Ferrari
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