Sex week at Harvard University is in full swing, and PicoBong is glad to be there sponsoring all the action. Sound a little scandalous? On the contrary. According to the Harvard Sex Week website, the goal of Sex Week is to “empower the Harvard community to explore their experiences with love and sex by providing comprehensive programming addressing a wide range of issues relating to sex, relationships, dating, sexual health, and sexuality.” Bravo Harvard… we couldn’t have said it any better ourselves or be prouder to join the vibrator party.
If the most respected, progressive, trendsetting university in the entire human universe is promoting sexual exploration and awareness—sextraversion, if you will—shouldn’t we all take the hint?
After all, sexual openness and education are no stranger.
A study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine has recently been highlighted in MORE—the women’s lifestyle magazine. Its findings? The more educated someone is, the more likely they are to own a vibrator.
While it’s no secret that open-mindedness and education go hand and hand, you might be surprised that vibrators like our Honi go hand and hand with…breakfast?
While PicoBong is quickly becoming a household name, it turns out vibrators are quickly becoming a common household product. The MORE article highlights the fact that vibrators are as common a household electronic as toasters and coffee machines.
Move over Wheaties—you can’t compare with PicoBong’s Breakfast of Champions.