Alexandra Fine and Janet Lieberman are out to change the way women experience sex, with Eva, a hands-free vibrator.

With backgrounds in sex therapy and mechanical engineering, the duo paired up to create Dame Products, a sex-toy company that is building the first ever hands-free vibrator to add clitoral stimulation during intercourse.

Alexandra Fine and Janet Lieberman
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Fine, left, and Lieberman, right Seth Caplan / Via indiegogo.com

“When you look at sexuality, there is a huge disparity between men and women’s pleasure,” Fine, who studied Clinical Psychology and sex therapy at Columbia University, told BuzzFeed News.

“Women are much more likely to find sex non-enjoyable and much less likely to have orgasms.” (According to the Center for Sexual Health, only 64% of women reported having had an orgasm at their last sexual encounter.)

Fine and Liberman call this the “pleasure gap,” and are hoping their product will help narrow it.

The Eva is a small hands-free vibrator that a woman can tuck under her labia majora during sex.

The Eva is a hands-free vibrator that women can wear during sexual intercourse. It has two “wings,” which fit snugly under the labia majora so it rests atop the clitoris without getting in the way of penetration. (There are some NSFW animations on Eva’s Indiegogo page that demonstrate how this works in greater detail.)

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It’s USB-rechargeable and has three different speeds which you can control via a button on the device, reports The Daily Dot. Eva is far from the only couples’ vibe targeted at clitoral stimulation on the market. If you go to Babeland or Adam & Eve, you’ll find dozens of vibrating cock rings and bullets and other products that are intended for usage during heterosexual sex.

But the most popular is probably the WeVibe 4, a vibrator worn internally that’s intended to stimulate your clitoris and your G-spot at the same time. (The speed and intensity can also be controlled by a partner via wireless remote.)

Unlike the WeVibe, the Eva is worn externally rather than internally, which Lieberman says gives her product a major advantage. The WeVibe, she said, “does two things at the same time. Sometimes you want one without the other.”

She also said she’s spoken with many women who’ve reported that because the WeVibe is worn internally, it gets in the way during penetrative sex, preferring the feeling of their partner’s penis to the vibrations of the product.

“We wanted this product to keep couples focused on each other without changing the way sex feels,” she said.

“We thought it solved some problems without introducing new ones.”

You can wear it either with a partner or solo, but the major selling point of Eva is that it’s hands-free, as opposed to a regular vibrator, which you’d have to operate and manipulate during sex (which, as most women know, can often be close to impossible depending on the position.)

Eva’s design is sleek, discreet and engineered to maximize clitoral stimulation during sex totally hands-free, without ever slipping out of place — developers have been calling it “the first truly wearable couples ’vibrator” writes AskMen.com.

It’s a simple little buzzing machine that stays put courtesy of two “wings” that tuck under a woman’s labia majora, giving partners the extra stimulation they desire while getting intimate, without having to hold a clunky, awkward toy between them.

Much to the delight of the product’s development team, Eva’s unintimidating design, promise of comfort and focus on female pleasure has resulted in a number of glowing testimonials from beta testers lucky enough to experience this sensation enhancer during its trial period.

In the aforementioned company release, Eva co-founder Alexandra Fine explained, “We are trying to make the world a happier place one vagina at a time.”

If you’re into making the world a happier, sexier place, check out Eva’s Indiegogo campaign — thus far, it looks like the product stands a pretty good chance of getting mass produced.


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