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SexToy.com is sending vibrator into space, for some reason

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Because ordinary vibrators clearly just aren't cutting it anymore, SexToy.com has deployed a team of their best minds to prepare to send a vibrator 100,000 feet up in the air. The vibrator in question is the Vibrating Bullet, and it's sure to revolutionize the class of products you choose to pleasure yourself with. David "SexToy Dave" Levine, the CEO of CNV.com, said in a company release that:

"I have always been into firsts and that is how I made my money. I was one of the first on the web selling sex toys, first to have an adult affiliate program, the first to make three appearances on Bravo's hit show Millionaire Matchmaker and now the first online adult business with a space program."

And naturally, someone with that kind of chutzpah would expect only the best from his sex-toy developers/minions. According to the same release, published on the SexToy.com blog Chew On This:

"The toy will have to withstand temperatures of -75 degrees Fahrenheit and conditions 10 times over normal cosmic radiation. The vibrator will be fully exposed to the elements, reach an altitude of 100,000 feet (~20 miles) above the Earth’s atmosphere, which is three times the cruising altitude of a typical jet plane. The team hopes to retrieve the vibrator in fully functioning order."

What's more, the Vibrating Bullet will be accompanied by tracking devices, cameras, and a solar-powered helium balloon throughout its voyage. But, why, SexToy Dave? I'm sure if given the choice, women would choose the space-vibrator over the regular vibrator, but still. The atmospheric conditions of the average vagina just aren't typically as harsh as those in space, at least not in my experience. Far be it for me to question the motives of SexToy Dave, but I feel as though he's more concerned with publicity than the scientific integrity of sex toys. For shame, SexToy Dave, for shame.