This Day in Sex History--June 24

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On this date in 1969,Jon H. Tavel of Encino, California received a U.S. Patent for his invention, a cordless electric vibrator. The phallic shaped device can be held in one hand and applied to any part of the body without being connected to a separate source of electricity. “The vibrator may be selectively operated at low or high speed, as desired by the user”. Source: SexPatentsTheBook.com
06/24/2012
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That's interesting. lol. Thanks!
06/24/2012
sexyfun sexyfun
yay!
06/24/2012
P'Gell P'Gell
Cool. I didn't realize they took that long to patent them.

Plug in vibrators have been available since the late 1800s.

I wish you had a picture of the toy.
06/25/2012
P'Gell P'Gell
Double post.
06/25/2012
Velocity Velocity
wooo Tavel!
07/05/2012
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