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Rejoice! You Can Now Buy Vibrators At Priceline (Batteries Not Included)

Getting your prescription filled? Why not get something else filled at the same time...

We're talking about your well of SELF LOVE -- of course.

Next time you're perusing the aisles of everyone's favourite discount pharmacy, go on and take a merry old meander to the section where they stock the toothpaste and the hair ties.

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Take a really good close look at the section, because in a select range of stores that's where you'll find a range of "personal massagers" aka vibrators.

They're called Smile Makers (because of course, they are) with the company of the same name teaming up with Priceline in an effort to normalise female sexuality -- a big mood and one which we are very much here for.

According to the brand's website, the reason they decided to get into the sex toy game came to them in 2002 when one of their co-founders "walked into a sex shop to buy a vibrator".

"Why was everything so tasteless and offensive? It felt unfair to women."

Why indeed.

From there came the idea to create vibrators that spoke "respectfully to women" with each product carrying the number one caveat: "we have to feel comfortable showing our mothers".

And so Smile Makers was born.

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Their range is quirky and slick and carries designs to suit all and every manner of sexual prowess.

For example, there's 'The Millionaire': "Diamonds are a girl’s best friend, and by diamonds, we mean orgasms of course! And our Millionaire is definitely here to spoil you." Goodness.

And, just in time for the Australian Open, there's 'The Tennis Coach': "Aiming right requires some training, but when done well, the reward can be mind-blowing! So, book some sessions with our Tennis Coach."

For reading that has left you feeling a little hot under the collar don't worry, because you can still buy the collection from Priceline online.

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