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When it comes to women and sex, there can be an unspoken, unorganized set of rules to be followed. Being vocal and expressive about the pleasures of sex has been a taboo subject for a long time.

Exploration of sexuality and what is enjoyable is as old as the concept of humanity itself.

And women being able to share that exploration with their partners is becoming increasingly more important -- both to the intimacy shared in a relationship and the sexual health and wellness for women today.

“Sex never gets old,” said Lorraine Byerley, Vice President of Marketing for Standard Innovation, whose company is creator of the We-Vibe sexual aid devices that have become widely popular among couples in over 50 countries around the world.

Along with Byerley, a team of assorted contributors with We-Vibe were on hand recently at the CES convention in Las Vegas, Nevada.

They discussed some of the innovative technology associated with their brand and how their products can and will revolutionize the safety associated with sexual aids.

Their products offer a high quality, eco-friendly device that was so innovative, Danny Osadca,

Grant Bechthold and Kendra Novick were asked to speak on its behalf at the largest consumer technology tradeshow in the world.

Our own Michelle Robson got a chance to sit down and talk to both Byerley and Grant Bechthold in order to learn about their company and the new We-Vibe 3 product they were in town to help promote.

“Standard Innovation was the first sexual health company invited to speak at CES,” says Bechthold.

“Because of its design and the measures taken to create the We-Vibe, we were the first. The brand has spent millions of dollars on research and development, working with gynecologists, sexologists and The Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality as well as members of academia like the University of Guelph for long-standing independent testing.”

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