Now that the fine folks at Fleshlight have made a fuckable iPad case , it's a good time for a crash course in how to clean your, um, personal fluids off of Cyberskin. Cyberskin, yeah. That's the official name for the stuff. I'm getting hot just thinking about it!
You don't need to know much more about the Fleshlight Launchpad other than it's an iPad case that you have sex with (and that the Lightning connector is not, uhm, liquidproof), but here is a photo in case you really need the visual, in the way you need the visual on your iPad while you are humping it:
You were getting worried, weren't you. It's been the better part of a year since we confirmed that the iPad sex toy case was going to (probably) be a real thing. I was worried. So we checked in with Fleshlight, who told us, Yes!-This is still going to be a thing!
Implements for human-robot relations already run the gamut from abstract Fleshlights to fully-articulated, Uncanny Valley-straddling love dolls. But is more realism always better?
You either have a date for Valentine's Day or you don't. Whatever. Doesn't really matter, because who's going to take better care of you than you? If you're going home alone tonight, give yourself company with a Fleshlight for every situation. NSFW, pretty obviously.
The iPad's a darn attractive gadget, but that 30-pin connector ain't made for love. That's why this Fleshlight-holding iPad case concept caught our eye. Imagine all the things you could pretend to have sex with! And it turns out, it's not just some crazy, er, pipe dream. It, or something like it, is coming soon.
The utility of your average vibrator is pretty clear, right? Pleasure. Combining that purpose with anything else would normally seem unnecessary. The Duet makes its case nicely by being both a waterproof USB drive and cute little love toy.
I like the idea of having a go-to water bottle. I've tried several, all of which had their strengths and weaknesses. But all of them, with time, ended up getting a little funky at the bottom. Enter, the Clean Bottle.
Fleshbot's got a wonderfully written review on Stoya's new Fleshlight and how the various internal textures feel. Textures? Yes. Instead of replicating a vagina, it replicates...nothing. It's just designed to get the optimal pleasant feeling to your dong. It's just like how airplanes don't copy the shape of birds, yet…
I know: you watched our Fleshlight review and thought hey, that's great, just maybe not Avatar enough. Like, if only it were blue, and had some crazy texture. Well, creepy person, your wait is over. Meet the Fleshlight Alien. NSFW!
Count Machine Onahole is a Japanese device that is essentially a Fleshlight attached to a counting mechanism, so you can see how many pumps you can get in in under a minute. Oh, dear.
I thought this Amazon page was fake... until I searched for it and found the product page for the Fleshlight. Now, I believe.
If you've seen our own Adam Frucci's hilarious review of the Fleshlight Sex in a Can, you know the deal. It's a fake beer can/rubbery vagina that you put your wang in. Well, now it has fangs...if that's your thing.
The Fleshlight Motion is like an ottoman with a fake vagina on the side. You have sex with it. I did the deed with an inanimate object so you don't have to, and these are my results. I feel dirty.
Sometimes, you want to make love, but there's no one around to join you in an act of carnal pleasure. Now, you don't have to let that stop you, assuming you're OK with going to town on a fancy ottoman.
Inspired by our own Addy's post on a man and his "love" of robots, the guy at SlashDong decided to take a Fleshlight and make it into an input device for his computer. The whole setup costs about $100ish, and consists of a cap replacement for the Fleshlight, a control box, a rubber tube, and a USB cable. Oh, and an…