Erotic sex toys like dildos are no modern day invention. Thousands of years ago, stone phalli already served their purposes contributing to lust and passion. Throughout history more inventions like the vibrator have been developed to improve catering to our desire. Although love toys have been around for more than 20.000 years, society and religions have been struggling with their acceptance. Almost as long as they have existed.
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Amos, Jonathan (2005): Ancient phallus unearthed in cave. In:
Haeberle, Erwin (2000): Die Sexualität des Menschen. Handbuch und Atlas. Hamburg.
Herbenick, Debra et al (2009): Prevalence and Characteristics of Vibrator Use by Women in the United States: Results from a Nationally Representative Study. In: The Journal of Sexual Medicine 6 (7): 1857-1866
NN (2010): Historic sex toys sold for £3,600 at Essex auction. In:
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