Video: BaDoinkVR Debuts 'Virtual Sexology II,' Offers Free Sex Toys

Video: BaDoinkVR Debuts 'Virtual Sexology II,' Offers Free Sex Toys

ROCHESTER, N.Y. — BaDoinkVR has announced the release of “Virtual Sexology II: What Women Want,” the next installment of its “Virtual Sexology” series for women. 

According to the company, “Virtual Sexology” is a cutting-edge virtual reality experience targeting sex education and therapy, and intended to help enhance sexual pleasure and performance, both solo and with partners.

“Virtual Sexology II” is designed specifically for women, by women, exploring the uniquely feminine aspects of desire and pleasure. In addition to providing “Virtual Sexology II” as a free download, BaDoinkVR is also providing 10,000 free sex toys to boost the VR experience. 

This virtual reality video is the first to address women’s desire in an entirely novel way, further bridging the gap between education and entertainment, providing a hands-on approach to female sexual empowerment.

“We recognized that women tend to have a different mindset compared to men when it comes to adult VR,” says BaDoinkVR’s Director Dinorah Hernandez. “With ‘Virtual Sexology II,’ we strive to appeal to a large demographic of women that have been widely ignored by the adult industry.”

BaDoinkVR worked closely with AASECT certified sex therapist Dr. Holly Richmond, Ph.D., to develop the content and variety of exercises that are featured in “Virtual Sexology II.”  As a somatic psychologist, Dr. Richmond works with women, men and couples on relationship and sexuality issues, using somatic (body-based) principles to help uncover subconscious issues that contribute to clients’ primary concerns.

Her treatment specialties include low and absent libido, desire discrepancies in couples, compulsivity issues with sex and pornography, recovery from sexual assault and abuse, alternative sexual lifestyles, and those working or who have worked in the adult industry.

“‘Virtual Sexology’ is a progressive concept that offers a wide-variety of positive sexual health applications in an informative and entertaining way,” says Richmond. “Women’s desire and arousal are unique to men’s and extremely varied, so our approach with this endeavor was to explore not only what women want, but also how they want it.”

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