COTR, Founder Alicia Sinclair Featured in Netflix Docuseries 'Follow This'

COTR, Founder Alicia Sinclair Featured in Netflix Docuseries 'Follow This'

LOS ANGELES — Premium sex machine The Cowgirl and the company’s founder and CEO, Alicia Sinclair, are featured in the “Sexbots” episode of the Buzzfeed show “Follow This,” which is available for streaming on Netflix.

In the episode titled “Sexbots,” Buzzfeed News Culture reporter Scaachi Koul delves into the world of sex robots to see how they could impact women and looks into simulated companions by speaking to sex-tech CEOs, a customer, and therapists.

The episode starts with Koul attending a Women of Sex Tech event in New York —auditions for their next science fair to showcase the latest pleasure products from female-led brands. Among the products being presented that day was The Cowgirl.

Standing before a group of fellow Women of Sex Tech members, Sinclair appears in the episode delivering an elevator pitch in which she discusses The Cowgirl’s femme-centric mission.

“The Cowgirl is really about taking back the most powerful vibrator and making it our product,” she says in the video, before revving up The Cowgirl’s motor with its corded LED remote control.

This latest mainstream appearance by The Cowgirl comes on the heels of an in-depth video review on “Sex Stuff,” hosted by popular sex educator and social media influencer Zoë Ligon.

In the video, which has more than 200,000 views, Ligon refers to The Cowgirl as “the Cadillac of vibrators” and confesses that testing out the ride-on sex machine made her “the most aroused she’s ever been on camera.” Her review concludes with Zoë praising The Cowgirl’s vibrational quality and sturdy construction. To see Zoë’s “Sex Stuff” review of The Cowgirl, click here.

“We’re thrilled with the ever-growing interest in The Cowgirl and love the opportunity to spotlight our objective of promoting sexual empowerment,” Sinclair said. “I’m so proud to be a part of the Women of Sex Tech community and am truly thankful for their support — it’s a wonderful organization that absolutely deserves to be in the limelight and I’m grateful to be a part of it.”

“Follow This” is a Netflix Original show that follows Buzzfeed staff writers and reporters as they bring investigative journalism to life in a series of in-depth reports covering a variety of topics ranging from sex worker rights, survivalism and more.

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