An Intimate Toy Designed for Temperature Play
Physical intimacy is important for couples. Unfortunately, psychological barriers or "brakes" are sometimes present preventing satisfaction for both partners. Growing up within a fairly conservative (but candid) circle of friends, I discovered that anorgasmia is a not-uncommon issue within some conservative cultures. In a 2009 paper in The Journal of Sexual Medicine, psychologists found that women’s chance of having an orgasm was much more likely with an extended duration of foreplay.
Working out the Kinks; Focusing on Form
Temperature play is uncommon outside of the BDSM community - and hot wax and sharp icicles can be scary. Express attention to the form was given to make an approachable, elegant, and beautiful product to appeal to conservative tastes. Anatomical references were removed and left intentionally ambiguous to encourage playful exploration.
Gripping ice can numb your fingers and melt the ice you are wanting to use. The silicone mold creates heavy gauge threads to grip-but-not-slip, keeping your ice frosty and your fingers frisky!