LOS ANGELES — Fun Factory makes an appearance in “Easy,” Netflix’s new ensemble comedy about sex and relationships.
In the first episode, ‘The F**king Study,” a character opens the drawer on her nightstand and reaches for her MISS BI dual action vibrator. “In a media landscape that’s still full of sex-negative messages, it’s exciting to see a show that not only puts sexuality front and center but also features a woman using a high-quality, body-safe vibrator for her own enjoyment,” the company said.
Miss Bi features an ergonomic design and two rumbling, independently controlled motors. Shorter than other dual action vibrators, the toy is designed to hug the G-spot and clit, for more targeted stimulation without sacrificing girth. Users can choose from 49 combinations of vibration speeds and patterns, with the option to save their favorite setting.
“We’re delighted that adult toys have continued to gain mainstream acceptance, and we love that MISS BI is the current face — well, vibrator — of the trend toward sexual freedom,” commented Kristen Tribby, Fun Factory’s director of marketing and education.
MISS BI is waterproof, rechargeable, and made of body-friendly silicone.