November 2019

Featuring Lana Rhoades

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In The Flesh

DO YOU DREAM OF FUCKING KAYDEN KROSS? FANTASIZE ABOUT PUSHING YOUR HARD COCK INTO TEAGAN PRESLEY’S TIGHT PINK TWAT? MEET THE MAN WHO CAN MAKE THAT POSSIBLE—SORT OF.


 

If you’ve watched porn and/or masturbated at any point in the past ten years—in other words, if you’re alive—you’re probably familiar with Fleshlight, the popular sex aid for men. Designed by Steve Shubin in the late ’90s, Fleshlight has become one of the best-selling toys and fastest-growing sex toy companies. Having used the product, we can attest to the fact that it definitely works.

Steve Shubin is CEO of this sex toy empire. Alongside his wife and sons, he runs a homegrown family business with one goal in mind: sexual pleasure. Shubin recounted a story about how the Fleshlight came to be. His wife was pregnant with twins, and the doctor recommended against having sex, so he set out to find a toy that could satisfy his urges. What he found was a weak market that offered no aid for men that could even pretend to re-create sex with a woman. And so he forged his mighty product. In other words, Shubin’s sex drive propelled him toward a multimillion-dollar business.

Of course the toy owes much of its popularity to the Fleshlight girls—a small army of favorite porn stars whose pussies and buttholes have been molded for your self-fellating pleasure. Stars like Joanna Angel, Kayden Kross, Teagan Presley and Angela White have all made the trip to the company’s Texas home base so that you can come as close to coming inside them as possible.

Which brings us to the molding process, the task of replicating women’s orifices for mass consumption. The sculptors have probably the second-best job in the world, after male porn studs. It entails getting up close to the stars’ intimate parts, watching women masturbate till their vaginas are ready for molding and, of course, testing the merchandise.

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