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Remember that scene in The Ugly Truth when the remote controller for Katherine Heigl's vibrating underwear finds its way into the hands of a kid at a restaurant? While extremely exaggerated and goofy, her reaction was still apparently enough to make me think, I'll have what she's having. That's why I got myself a vibrator that can be controlled remotely and put the app that controls it in the hands of my partner—who happened to be across the Atlantic, in Germany.
Though the We-Vibe can be, and is designed to, be used in bed with your partner, its most interesting feature is the fact that thanks to a combination of Bluetooth and magic, a paramour can control it for you anytime. And then nothing happened. For three weeks.
I mean, if you wanted to! From over-exuberant manufacturers who slurp up data to security flaws that hackers could exploit, teledildonics can be a privacy nightmare. Carltrider explains that they picked products based on what seemed popular online, while also trying to be inclusive of all sexual orientations, genders, and physical abilities.
In the decade-plus that I've been immersed in the overlapping worlds of sex and tech, teledildonics has always existed as a dot on the horizon, the major technical innovation just waiting to completely transform sex as we know it. And in that decade-plus, I've mostly thought that teledildonics was, well, stupid. If you're unfamiliar with the concept, teledildonics refers to high tech sex toys that can be remotely controlled over the internet—enabling you to, for instance, unleash the power of a vibrator in San Francisco with a few taps on a keyboard in New York.
Teledildonics or remote sex toys can take a relationship to the next level, particularly if the relationship is long distance. These interactive devices use haptic feedback to record and send simulations of your intimate movements to partners located thousands of miles away. But it can be hard to know which to buy.