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Tampa, U.S.A. — This election season, there is one thing that isn’t partisan. Recent research indicates that intimacy enhancement products, like Masque Sexual Flavors have been selling particularly well in socially conservative states like Montana and North Dakota, in addition to states that might more typically be considered natural markets.
“Recent research from Adam & Eve indicates that Americans spend more than $15 billion annually on sex toys and that the states with the most sex toy purchases per person are those generally considered socially conservative,” says Michael Guilfoyle, President of Masque. “While this may be true for some intimacy enhancement companies, Masque’s sales are highest in states like Texas, New York, California and Massachusetts, proving that intimacy enhancement products appeal to a wide range of individuals in various geographic locations.”
The states that top the charts in terms of sex toy sales are Wyoming, Alaska and North Dakota. The research also found that married women are purchasing sex toys and intimacy enhancement products at twice the rate of single women.
“There is an assumption that single women or individuals in more socially liberal states would be more likely to purchase intimacy enhancement products,” explains Guilfoyle. “It’s clear that women, regardless of their socio-economic status, political beliefs or relationship status are buying products that bring them closer to their partners and help them explore their sexuality. This reinforces our belief that committed couples are looking for ways to increase the intimacy of their relationships.”
As seen in the pages of Redbook, Women’s Health and Cosmo, Masque Sexual Flavors is the first oral sex strip that dissolves on the tongue, blocking the salts, proteins and bitter tastes sometimes associated with oral sex on a man and helping improve the overall experience for both partners. Designed with couples in mind, Masque aims to increase intimacy between partners and encourage sexual exploration.