Skype is the easiest way to have a face-to-face hands-free chat.
You know, so you can use your hands for other things.
Pearl is a G-spot vibrator made of soft silicone with a slight curve to it, while Onyx is a male sex toy that offers him as realistic an experience as possible: It has 10 contracting rings that will make him feel like he's inside you. Set up sexy email accounts for the two of you to write erotic love notes to each other (otherwise known as the longest foreplay saga in history). You know that role playing game where you meet your guy at the bar and pretend to be strangers who seduce each other?
Try the cyber version by meeting in an adult chat room and picking each other up.
There's Nora the vibrator and Max the male masturbator, both of which can be controlled through Lovense's software.
You also have the option of video-chatting with your sig-o for a full-on cyber-sex experience.
Use the his and hers sex toys — named Hera and Zeus — through the Love Palz platform, and have your partner control what's happening with your toy while you drive him wild through his.
But the feature will, for sure, be something that influencers (people who make it their job to broadcast on social media) will gravitate toward.
That's bad news for Twitter's Periscope, You Now, and any other platform that dared to compete with the giant that is Facebook.
Like Love Palz, both sex toys respond to body movements and send feedback to your partner's toy.
Kiiroo also offers couples the complete cyber-sex experience.