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I Tested a 'Smart' Vibrator That Uses AI to Chart Your Orgasms

"WOWOW, buddy. This was fun. I hate to admit how fun it was, because I love to bitch, but looking at your orgasm seismograph thingy is so interesting and empowering, and it gave me a thrill I’d not felt since I’d last signed on to Neopets (2001?) to see how my Shoyru was doing (never satiated)."

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I Tried This 'Smart' Vibrator for Two Weeks and Became an Orgasm Scientist

"[Before using Lioness], we hadn't talked about my satisfaction that openly and frankly before."

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I used a hi-tech vibrator to learn how cannabis affects my orgasms

"Hands down, Lioness is one of the most useful and pleasurable toys I’ve ever used. I’ve tested a bunch of toys in my 28 years of living, and this one takes the cake. Its strength is in its ability to teach you movements and peripheral arousal techniques that can work for you."

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I Tried These Smart Sex Toys and All I Got Was All This Data about My Orgasms

"[Lioness is] by far the smartest and most useful sex toy I’ve ever owned. I never thought something like this would be created where I can actually see my orgasm in the palm of my hands."

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The most innovative personal care products of 2021

"Deciphering personal pleasure can take lots of trial and error. The Lioness Vibrator 2.0 offers a potential shortcut."

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How cofounders behind the Lioness smart vibrator are closing the orgasm gap

"Following a $1.5 million raise, the Lioness launched its original product in 2017, which collected biometric data from users, who monitored their sexual experiences."

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Lioness Sex Toy Collects Data for Researchers Studying The Female Orgasm

"Luckily, we live in an era of Silicon Valley disruption, which has even started lapping at the shores of sex research. Technologist Liz Klinger is at the forefront of this transition. She and her team have built a platform that lets people become citizen scientists of sex —without ever having to get out from between the sheets."

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Presenting the Best of CES 2020 finalists!

"What's most intriguing about Lioness though are the insights you can glean about your overall health from patterns in your arousal."

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12 Of Refinery29’s Favorite Gadgets At CES

"Of all the sex tech showcased at CES, Lioness stood out in particular for its AI-assisted orgasm guidance."

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Lioness vibrator is finalist for CES Last Gadget Standing award

"The vibrator's nomination is surprising because of the CTA's controversial decision last year to strip a vibrator... Lioness was actually barred from attending CES in 2017 because of the sexual nature of its products."

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Is Sex Tech the Next Feminist Frontier?

"For Klinger, developing and launching [Lioness] is a natural extension of her art practice. 'My work was about learning and exploring my sexuality, trying to take the shame and stigma away from it,' she says. 'That’s what we do at Lioness: we’re recontextualizing sex and pleasure. Those can be abstract ideas for a lot of people but having this sort of data and these visuals allows people to actually see, and engage, with them.'"

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14 Sex Tech Founders Who Are Changing The Way The World Thinks About Sex

"Korean American founder Anna Lee grew up in an immigrant Korean household where there was zero talk of sex or sexuality, which is why the mission behind Lioness is to answer questions around female pleasure and natural functions rarely discussed in the medical community."

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Will a ‘smart’ vibrator revolutionise female pleasure?

"Until now, I’d never seen my own orgasm. Nobody has. More mystifying than black holes, more elusive than the snow leopard and infinitely less extensively researched than either, the female orgasm remains a mysterious, enigmatic entity to many. Some, unable to coax it to appear, prefer simply to ignore its existence entirely. But now, thanks to the miracles of modern sextech, for £165 we can track it, map it and tag it."

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We're Having Gay Sex w/ Anna Lee of Lioness Health [PODCAST]

"You all have been begging for some sexual health science and Anna Lee will not disappoint! ... We get into how she discovered her own sexuality through building the viral tiktok sex toy, different types of orgasms, and DP (yes, *that* dp) Ashley does a data driven sexual experiment of her own.

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COVID-19 has had a surprising impact on our sex lives

"Lioness released a new exploratory study analyzing an in-depth dataset capturing how people's sex lives and drives were impacted by the pandemic. The data, which compares participants' habits from 2019 versus 2020, includes everything from how often participants masturbated to how long it took to orgasm. The main takeaway? 2020 might not have been the free-for-all cum fest all those trends implied."

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Lioness AI sex toy can teach you about your orgasms

"I found Liz Klinger, CEO of Lioness, in the health and wellness marketplace of CES. In a small booth, she was showing a vibrator with a patented biofeedback technology that she says can help you improve your sex life."

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Is Cannabis The Key To Longer-Lasting Sex?

"But Eaze, a popular online cannabis delivery service, believes that hard data is crucial to eliminating the stigma associated with indulging in the natural drug; that’s why they partnered with smart vibrator manufacturer Lioness for a fascinating study on how cannabis effects sex."

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Let's Talk Orgasms with Lioness Co-founder Anna Lee [PODCAST]

"Join us for a conversation with Anna Lee, co-founder of Lioness, the women-led sexual health startup that built the world's first and only smart vibrator that gives biofeedback data to help people learn more about their own bodies and improve their understanding of sexual pleasure. Anna is a big advocate in Lioness’s mission to expand research in sexual health and to destigmatize female sexuality."

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Best Tech of CES 2020

"The first generation of this biofeedback vibrator was one of our favorite high-tech sex toys for a reason. While the new Gen 2 is more of a massive firmware update, it greatly improves upon the core concept, giving folks with vaginas the ability to understand and track their orgasms through detailed data. Its applications are endless, a potential game-changer in both clinical and personal settings."

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This Smart Vibrator Understands You Better Than Your Partner

"As you might assume of a woman who’s dedicated herself to biofeedback vibrators, Anna is a badass. When I met her at South by Southwest a few months ago, she literally whipped it out and laid it on the lunch table in front of a bunch of nerds in polo shirts."

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4 Tips to Help You Masturbate Better

"Lioness, a sort of Fitbit for down below, learns your preferences and offers “if you like that, you’ll looooove this”–style tips."

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Female driven start-up launches smart sex toy for women

And in case you were wondering if there really is a market for such a toy: their ongoing crowdfunding campaign has already reached 189 percent of its $50,000 goal.

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The first smart vibrator will tell you what your orgasm is

The first smart vibrator allows women to not only delight themselves but also to explore the unique sexuality

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Let's talk about #sextech [PODCAST]

When sex and technology cross paths, we see a combination of curiosity and censorship, sexism and empowerment, but most importantly, knowledge and pleasure. The intersection between sex and technology goes beyond sex toys—from smart vibrators to apps for your phone that allow you to track and learn from your own experiences—sex tech’s innovation plays a major factor in the future of women’s health and pleasure.

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Samsung allegedly removed a women’s sexual health stall from a women in tech event

After four hours, Klinger said she finally spoke to Samsung representatives that organized the event: “They said that Lioness shouldn’t be there because it “wasn’t women’s health,” Klinger said. “I told them about our biofeedback and data aspect and how we’re covering different research and presenting at healthcare and research conferences, they told me it wasn’t a wearable’ so the product still shouldn’t be there.”

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Would You Analyse Your Orgasm? Smart Vibrator ‘Lioness’ With Mobile App Gives You Insights on Your Pleasure

Women have had a tough time figuring out what satisfies them sexually and gives them an orgasm and this app is aiming to change just that... The Lioness wearable vibrator provides a map of your orgasm and has already shed light on the different types of orgasm like single, more intense release, while others experience a climax as smaller waves.

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Sex Ed 201 [VIDEO]

Co-founder and CEO Liz Klinger presented at TEDx Oakland themed "Shaping Tomorrow." Showcasing Oakland’s best ideas to the world, and also bringing great ideas from the world to the TEDxOakland community to inform and drive change in our city. It will be a day of stimulating presentations, discussions, entertainment, and arts that will bend perceptions, Inspire Curiosity and spark new ideas in our community and beyond.

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How Cannabis Can Improve Your Sex Life

Eaze partnered with Lioness — maker of smart vibrators with climax-tracking sensors — to study THC and CBD in the bedroom.

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How I found the right cannabis strain for sex

You may have seen the news stories about how cannabis can improve sex and make you more orgasmic—or you may already know that from personal experience.

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Artgasm turns the female orgasm into a literal work of art [VIDEO]

It's easy to dismiss Artgasm as crass or unnecessary, but the individual art pieces offer a way to at least attempt to talk about orgasms in a dignified, mature way. Many women struggle to talk about what they like in the bedroom, and some might not even have the vocabulary to express what exactly turns them on. Lioness plans to add the ability for its users to create their own orgasm artwork, so in a few months you may be able to see what it looks like when you orgasm, too. When you can see what's causing a person to respond the way they do, you can better understand how to pleasure yourself or your partner. The world would be a much happier place if more of us knew how to orgasm more consistently.

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Not again: Samsung removes women’s first smart vibrator from ‘women in tech’ event

Based on emails reviewed by The Hustle, Liz Klinger, the co-founder and CEO of Lioness, was approved by Samsung’s Developer Program to present her company’s flagship product — aptly dubbed the Lioness Vibrator — back in July. Within the first few hours of the conference, Klinger was asked to remove her product from the event without explanation. Naturally, she wanted answers.

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Activism 2.0: Smart vibrator changes conversation about sex [VIDEO]

This video, the first in the series, explores the subject of women’s sexuality and sexual education.

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This Biohacking Vibrator Is Like a Fitbit for Your Vagina

A new generation of “smart” sex toys are giving women the option to take control of their own pleasure in ways never before possible.

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Here Are The 5 Best Vibrators Worth Investing In Right Now

[Lioness] also explores patterns, takes notes and includes a feature for users to write their own sex diaries.

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This Pop Star Turned Her Orgasm Into a Song

Von dragged the Lioness waves into the wavetable operator... manipulating them to craft music.

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The Female Orgasm Comes (Quietly) to the Streets of San Francisco

You can see it almost a block away: the word 'orgasm' in gigantic letters on a San Francisco bus shelter...

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'You're your own science researcher'

The Lioness Vibrator, described by the company as a “smart vibrator for biofeedback and self-discovery,” costs $229 and records patterns of ...

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Lioness’ Artgasm visualizes female orgasms with vibrator data

Lioness makes a sex toy that is akin to the Fitbit of vibrators, and it is using the data from its biofeedback sensor to visualize female orgasms as works of art.

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Woman Does Lord's Work, Makes Smart Vibrator

"[It's] like a Fitbit for your cooch."

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Meet the smart vibrator that wants to help you learn how to have a better orgasm

This is particularly clutch for women who've had issues with their sex drive or with not achieving orgasm...

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This Lioness vibrator is basically a FitBit for your vagina

This tech works out what gets you going... meaning you can wise up on how best to get yourself to orgasm.

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Lioness' Bus Stop Ads Show Real Female Orgasms — In Data Charts

Starting June 18, San Francisco residents will have an unexpected element added to their commutes: Female orgasms — in disguise. There won’t be any O-faces or body parts or even sex toys. Instead, these are ads that feature a data chart of an orgasm. The images were collected by people using Lioness, a smart vibrator that tracks pelvic floor contractions during orgasm.

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An Orgasm App? UC Berkeley-Nurtured Tech Team Launches its “Smart” Vibrator

Wave energy. A portable spirometer for kids with asthma. Tools to lower the carbon footprint. A robot-building kit. These are just a few examples of what UC Berkeley startups are developing at the Foundry, Cal’s technology incubator. But Liz Klinger and James Wang are working on something else entirely: a smart vibrator.

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Getting Intimate with Your Prototype: Lioness Spotlight

Lioness, a startup in the hardware manufacturing space, has an extra challenge—they design and manufacture vibrators for women. This is a space that has been taboo for a long time. Not only has it been difficult for people to talk about this particular type of product, there have been few best practices and lots of poorly designed models.

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Like GPS, but for your sex drive [PODCAST]

These days so many of our devices are smart. Our phones are smart. Our cars are smart. Our TVs are smart. And now, even vibrators can be smart.

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This Smart Sex Toy Is Mapping Out Pleasure For Women Everywhere

"Berkeley-based Lioness Inc. is committed to giving women the best and most pleasurable experience technology will allow, but the idea for their debut toy of the same name arose from a desire to learn, too."

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The 3 Kinds of Orgasm Your Partner Is Having

"On a long list of things guys have given up on trying to understand, the female orgasm is likely near the top. Just when you think you've finally deciphered its secrets, you find yourself at a dead end. But there's a vibrator out there that may be the key to cracking the code."

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Are There Different Kinds Of Orgasms? That Lioness Vibrator Can Tell You What Kind You Have

Not all orgasms are created equally. And I'm not talking about having a great orgasm one day and a dud the next. New data from Lioness, a vibrator specifically designed to help you to help you learn about your body by sending data about your sexual responses to an app, found that different people have [at least] three different types of orgasm patterns.

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Episode 81: Lioness: The Vibrator that Tracks your Orgasms [PODCAST]

Liz dives into the genesis of the product, the current status and how pleasure is different for every woman and the hope for Lioness in the future.

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Meet The Smart Vibrator That Tracks Your Orgasms

What was once an idea from two UC Berkeley engineers is now a reality — and an empowering, innovative, sexy reality at that.

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Could A Smart Vibrator Revolutionize The Way We Talk About Sex?

Lioness is so much more than ‘just a vibrator’ — it’s out to shift social mores.

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The Vibrator That Tries To Figure Out The Female Orgasm

The hope is for women to use the info gleaned the same way you might use your Fitbit’s sleep data: to figure out what works and tweak your routine. Only the reward here isn’t a good night’s rest.

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Meet The Queer Women Behind The First Vibrator For ‘Self-Experimentation’

It’s honestly some sort of empowering-vibrator-tech-witchery...

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The Vibrator of the Future Is Here — And Women Should Be Excited

In believing that true pleasure is only a conversation away, the pair have developed their new technology to encourage women's curiosity about themselves and each other.

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From Berkeley startup incubator, a ‘smart’ vibrator is born

These days so many of our devices are smart. Our phones are smart. Our cars are smart. Our TVs are smart. And now, even vibrators can be smart.

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Asian Women Creators You Need to Know

The taboo of women's sexual pleasure and lack of research done on women's sexual health leaves so many women, including myself, asking, 'Am I normal?' We created Lioness to help women self-experiment and explore their own body through data to answer the question with 'Yes!'

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This Smart Vibrator Actually Tracks Your Orgasms

So, if you are looking to indulge your type-A personality while having the Big-O, we’ve got good news for you: You totally fucking can. There’s a smart vibrator that will not only get your rocks off, but it will teach you how to do it better and faster for the next inning (see what I did there?).

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This "Smart" Vibrator Tells You Everything You'd Ever Want to Know About Your Orgasms

A "smart" vibrator is a genius invention, says Sheryl Ross, M.D., an OBGYN and women's health expert... any tool that helps you connect to your body can help increase pleasure-a win that goes beyond mind-blowing orgasms.

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Can Weed Help You Have Better Orgasms?

Experts tell us what this smart vibrator seems to already know: Weed can have a profound effect on your orgasm.

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The Lioness Vibrator is Basically Your Sexual Fitbit: An Interview with CEO Liz Klinger

So, rather than allowing magazines, friends, porn, the internet, and any other secondary source to tell us about our own bodies, let’s take matters into our own hands (literally).

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There's Now A Fitness Tracker For Your Orgasms

Get ready to learn a whole lot more about your sex life.

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A vibrator is not a substitute for a partner. But how do you tell men that?

The creators hope that its accompanying app, which visualizes the data, will make it easier for women to talk about their sexuality with partners...

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Destigmatizing Sex With An Orgasm-Tracking Vibrator

It doesn’t matter how much you already know, anyone can benefit from some sexual exploration. A willingness to be curious, learn more, and expand our minds would do us a lot of good in matters of life and sex.

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