This Day In the History of Sex Devices

This Day In the History of Sex Devices

JadeAuthor JadeAuthor
On this date in 1900, Joseph Lees of Summit Hill, Pennsylvania received a U.S. Patent for his invention, a device to prevent nocturnal seminal emissions. The device worn by a sleeping man would electrically activate a bell or other alarm when the man’s penis became erect thereby awakening the man and preventing the involuntary emission. To see more humorous and interesting sex related inventions, get a free preview of my new book at SexPatentsTheBook.com
01/23/2012
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Cookie Monster Mike Cookie Monster Mike
Why do you need 2 separate discussions on the exact same thing?
01/23/2012
JadeAuthor JadeAuthor
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Originally posted by Cookie Monster Mike
Why do you need 2 separate discussions on the exact same thing?
I am new to this forum and not sure which category to use. I was simply experimenting. Sorry.
01/23/2012
JadeAuthor JadeAuthor
January 24. On this date in 1995, Frank M. Lilley of Swanton, Maryland received a U.S. Patent for his invention, a device for stimulating the female genital areas without the need for electric battery or A.C. electrical power. The device consists of a string of beads held taught by a bow-shaped element. The user “applies pressure to the bow-shaped element toward the clitoris and simultaneously moves the bow-shaped element in a sawing motion to cause bead strings to be drawn back and forth along the line of the clitoris.” Get a free preview of my new book “SEX PATENTS” at SexPatentsTheBook.com to be entertained by interesting and humorous U.S. patents for sex related inventions.
01/24/2012
Cookie Monster Mike Cookie Monster Mike
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Originally posted by JadeAuthor
I am new to this forum and not sure which category to use. I was simply experimenting. Sorry.
Okay no worries I was just curious. Welcome to the forums and EF.
01/24/2012
EnChAnTiNg EnChAnTiNg
Oh my goodness! This is quite funny! I am absolutely going to check that website out!
01/24/2012
TheSlyFox TheSlyFox
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Originally posted by JadeAuthor
On this date in 1900, Joseph Lees of Summit Hill, Pennsylvania received a U.S. Patent for his invention, a device to prevent nocturnal seminal emissions. The device worn by a sleeping man would electrically activate a bell or other alarm when the ...
o.o That's crazy!
01/24/2012
Ansley Ansley
While I like the idea of a daily thread like this, I wanted to bring to your attention something you may not have been aware of.

Why don't you pitch your book to Eden so they can carry it and we all can have a chance to read it?
01/24/2012
HannahPanda HannahPanda
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Originally posted by Ansley
While I like the idea of a daily thread like this, I wanted to bring to your attention something you may not have been aware of.

Why don't you pitch your book to Eden so they can carry it and we all can have a chance to read it?
Good suggestion
01/24/2012
JadeAuthor JadeAuthor
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Originally posted by HannahPanda
Good suggestion
Will do, but if you are interested in the book, it can now be ordered directly from my website. www. SexPatentsTheBook.com Hope you will enjoy it. I certainly enjoyed researching and writing it.
01/24/2012
Ms. N Ms. N
Sounds like a fun and informative read
01/24/2012
JadeAuthor JadeAuthor
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Originally posted by Ms. N
Sounds like a fun and informative read
Please check it out and let me know what you think.
01/24/2012
JadeAuthor JadeAuthor
January 25. On this date in 1972, Otto Atchley of Texarkana, Texas received a U.S. Patent for his invention, “a male genital device which comprises a thin band or strip of resilient material adapted to be wrapped around the penis near the pubic bone”. The purpose of the device was to restrict the flow of blood from the penis to assist in maintaining an erection. Get a free preview of my new book “SEX PATENTS” at www. SexPatentsTheBook.com to be entertained by interesting and humorous U.S. patents for sex related inventions.
01/25/2012
JadeAuthor JadeAuthor
January 26. On this date in 1993, James C. Dorsey of Seattle, Washington received a U.S. Patent for his invention, “a prophylactic device to be worn by a female for an extended period of time prior to intercourse”. The device is a thong-like crotchless undergarment with a folded sheath located adjacent to the vaginal opening. “In its extended position, the sheath has a length and diameter greater than the length and diameter of an erect penis such that the penis can move relative to the sheath during sexual intercourse.” Get a free preview of my new book “SEX PATENTS” at www. SexPatentsTheBook.com to be entertained by interesting and humorous U.S. patents for sex related inventions.
01/26/2012
JadeAuthor JadeAuthor
On this date in 1952, Leroy J. Larson of Bagley, Minnesota received a U.S. Patent for his invention, a device “for use in aiding marital relations particularly when physical weakness in the male, due to age or other causes, may be present”. The device “when applied to the penis, will permit free flow of blood to the erectile tissues thereof, but will restrict the dorsal veins through which the blood normally returns to the body”, thereby maintaining an erection. Get a free preview of my new book “SEX PATENTS” at www. SexPatentsTheBook.com to be entertained by interesting and humorous U.S. patents for sex related inventions.
01/27/2012
JadeAuthor JadeAuthor
On this date in 2008, Lisa Tam of Seattle, Washington received a U.S. Patent for her invention, “a soft clinging female condom”. The device is designed to cling lightly to the walls of the vagina to prevent the condom from moving around or falling out during sexual intercourse. Be entertained by interesting and humorous U.S. patents for sex related inventions. See www. SexPatentsTheBook.com
01/29/2012
JadeAuthor JadeAuthor
On this date in 1988, William J. Harvey of Mesa, Arizona received a U.S. Patent for his invention, a device for “simulating sexual intercourse, which has the look and feel of a real male penis, and which can be used at any tempo, manner, or degree of gentleness or roughness, as desired by the user.” The devices is designed “for relieving sexual tension and frustration in women without sex partners.” Be entertained by interesting and humorous U.S. patents for sex related inventions. See www. SexPatentsTheBook.com
02/02/2012
JadeAuthor JadeAuthor
On this date in 1997, Daniel R. France of Milford, Pennsylvania received a U.S. Patent for his invention, a device for stretching a penis. The device “is a circular weight that is fitted to the penis to effectuate permanent elongation of the penis.” The purpose of the device is to eliminate “ridicule and a corresponding amount of self-doubt and lack of confidence.” Be entertained by interesting and humorous U.S. patents for sex related inventions. See www. SexPatentsTheBook.com
02/04/2012
JadeAuthor JadeAuthor
On this date in 1917, Alfred M. Jones of Columbus, Ohio received a U.S. Patent for his invention, a device intended to be worn by men to protect them “from practicing masturbation or self-abuse”. Be entertained by interesting and humorous U.S. patents for sex related inventions. See www. SexPatentsTheBook.com
02/06/2012
JadeAuthor JadeAuthor
On this date in 1984, Procopio U. Yanong of Bannockburn, Illinois received a U.S. Patent for his invention, a sexual aid for males consisting of a splint-like device for facilitating sexual intercourse with or without an erection. “The device can be used to continue sexual intercourse, if desired, after the user’s erection has passed, as from premature ejaculation.” Be entertained by interesting and humorous U.S. patents for sex related inventions. See www. SexPatentsTheBook.com
02/07/2012
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