When they introduced the segment, they tried to stay totally serious, but as Holly spoke about the increase in the number of people who now have a sex toy and using it, she let out a naughty innuendo.
Reading the percentages in an online poll, she asked guest and expert Tracey Cox, “It’s increased, hasn’t it?”
Co-host Phillip Schofield burst out laughing when Holly realized what she just said and started laughing, “Do you know what, I almost said ‘get up” and I changed it! “
The pair managed to come together as Tracey explained how toys gave users pleasure.
With several of their viewers, the presenters discussed the world’s best vibrator, recently discovered in a survey of Good Housekeeping readers.
Lovehoney’s Desire Clitoral Vibrator was the survey winner and viewers were open and honest about the exact reasons they found it to be the best during the explicit sex chat.
Holly, a mom of three, was extremely curious about vibrators with in particular, which was recommended for disabled users called Saddlestar: “I’m looking at it and I think I don’t even know what I would do with it!”
Tracey explained that it was completely hands-free and users sat on it to get the feel, recommending that it would be good for women to use it in the office before quickly adding “at home.”
Phil couldn’t help but joke, “I knew I heard a hum in the gallery!”
According to a recent survey of Good Housekeeping readers, among women aged 31 to 76, just over half already had a vibrator (52%) and the other half (48%) had considered one. Only 9 percent said vibrators were still a taboo subject – 81 percent were happy to talk about it openly with their partner and friends.
Good Housekeeping Associate Editor-in-Chief Michelle Hather said of the survey: “Vibrators are less taboo and more accessible than ever. The internet is certainly behind an increase in the use of sex toys, as people can order everything from pleasure condoms to vibrators in the privacy of their own homes.
“There are many different options to choose from, which is why the Good Housekeeping Institute tested them to find the best ones on the market so women can make an informed choice. “
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