I know it’s been a very long time since I’ve written for this blog. Honestly, sometimes life has a way of taking you to new places and redirecting you back to where you once were.

I just want to let you all know that I haven't abandoned this blog. I still have quite a few updates for it coming. I'm currently in the midst of packing and getting ready to move into a new house.

With as many vibrators that are in stores and being sold everywhere, the one that needs a bit of tweaking is the rabbit. The rabbit is a classic vibrator and many women either have one, had one or at least has seen one.  I remember when it became a big deal after an episode of Sex and the City.

Sex toys, more specifically, sex dolls have been around way before many of us were even born.  Historically speaking they were created around the 17th century for men at sea to use while they were away from their wives.  But let's fast forward to today where sex dolls have evolved greatly since their early years and blow up phases. With the sophistication of Real Dolls and other toys like Kiiroo implementing A.I. and automation, I feel I'm at a cross roads. 

The goal of sex tech is to be an enhancement and not to take away from our ability to connect to each other. Yet there's been a lot of talk about the potential affects VR porn will have on our ability to have intimacy and enjoy "real" sex.  Many of the concerns are about how the advancement of the software may be able to blur the lines of reality because when it comes to Virtual Reality and platforms such as Second Life possibly merging, anything goes.

Virtual reality and Augmented reality have been around for decades. During it's early stages in the 90s, the passion for it was there but the technology wasn't as advanced or accessible in the way that it is now. Besides that, the general public wasn't ready for it or even interested in it. Luckily, this is a new era and there are plenty of people exploring it.  With the porn industry always being open to try new technology and products to enhance the viewing experience, VR and AR are welcomed with open arms.