The Sinulator Gets a Virtual Community

Rhett Pardon
SUNNYVALE, Calif. – Intimate Associates and Sinulate Entertainment said Wednesday the companies have successfully launched a virtual community for The Sinulator, which allows a remote user to control a partner's sex toy over the Internet using only a web browser.

"The combination of our upscale lifestyle community incorporating The Sinulator increases the opportunities for lifestylers to enjoy full interaction with each other beyond geographical location," Intimate Associates Ellen Mason told XBiz.

The sex toy, a dildo, is wireless so users have the freedom to enjoy cybersex from a bed or couch near the computer. The user can control the toy from any device that can run a web browser, including laptops or Palm Pilots.

“Our platform allows two or more people separated by distance to have a truly intimate and interactive sexual experience," Sinulate Entertainment’s Steve Rhodes said. "[The Sinulator's] extremely easy to set up and it's wireless so you have the freedom to enjoy cybersex from a bed or couch near your computer. It's the ultimate toy for safe sex."

The Sinulator retails for $150 on, with attachments at additional costs.

The community offers chat, instant messaging, email, photos, sound and search-engine features.

“Our members are taking to it like bees to honey,” Mason said.