RealTouch Makes Website Safe for Work

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — In what it's calling a major step toward making the interactive RealTouch haptic sex device a mainstream retail product, AEBN announced today a safe for work website.

The new site coincides with AEBN's move to begin selling RealTouch in retail outlets and through web merchants nationwide this spring. Up until now the product has been sold exclusively through and its parent,

The company said that RealTouch gives users a synchronized experience of what's being watched on the screen including moistness, warmth, friction and strength.

The new site offers a button linking to a more explicit explanation of how the device actually works.

The popular product has earned accolades from the media since its introduction including a demonstration on the Howard Stern Sirius/XM radio show. Stern quipped, "This is what I've been waiting for all my life."

Hustler magazine called RealTouch the "future of sex," while Fleshbot said, "It's one of the most remarkable male sex toys we've ever seen."