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She’s not your average vibrator, folks! This bunny-shaped gift from the gods comes equipped with a state-of-the-art heat and force sensors. The heat sensors trigger the toy to start recording your sessions. As your playtime builds to an orgasm, the force sensors located at the side of the vibrator’s shaft measure your pelvic floor movements. During an orgasm, the vagina pulses between a forceful contraction and euphoric release. The toy records all this data, and when you sync your toy to your app, graphs appear to help you learn more about your pleasure.

The internet is ripe with official studies and personal testimonies about how cannabis has changed people’s sex lives. Forward-thinking bloggers, vloggers, and writers—basically anyone with a platform on the internet—have praised the combination of weed and sex, while some conservative studies ask, “Is too much of a good thing dangerous?” There are still some skeptics who believe that danger lurks in the shadowy corners of cannabis-induced pleasure.

I’ve decided that the most “professional” way to talk about my orgasms on the internet is with infographics. Luckily, tech-pleasure company Lioness made the perfect tool for me to be able to measure how different forms of cannabis affect my playtime: A vibrator that syncs to an app on your phone so that you can learn more about your orgasms. Yes, I know. This is exactly what I pictured the future would be like when I watched Zenon: Girl of the 21st Century.

In this particular exploration of how cannabis affects my orgasms, I started by engaging in solo play while sober to see what my regular orgasm looked like. Ladies and gents, I don’t think there’s a more satisfying way to practice self-love than staring into your own orgasms. Lioness did that shit! If infographics aren’t your thing, Lioness also included a mesmerizing Artgasm feature that plugs the data into an image- and sound-generator so that you can visualize your orgasms. The visualizations had me yelling, “OH SHIT. *looks down at my crotch* You can do that?!

Personally, I love using THC and CBD to enhance solo or partnered sexy time—when I can get my hands on it. I’ll admit that it isn’t always better, especially since I consume cannabis to combat my anxiety, leaving me with relatively high tolerance. Yet I’ve still had unforgettable, I-saw-Jesus-and-now-I-know-for-sure-he-isn’t-white, life-changing sex while using cannabis—and those few times are enough to make me a believer in weed’s power. So I wanted to find out exactly what cannabis does to my orgasms, and why.

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Hands down, Lioness is one of the most useful and pleasurable toys I’ve ever used. I’ve tested a bunch of toys in my 28 years of living, and this one takes the cake. Its strength is in its ability to teach you movements and peripheral arousal techniques that can work for you. I imagine this toy is particularly useful for women who suffer from painful endometriosis or uterine fibroids so that they (and their partners) can measure and learn which techniques work best for their arousal.

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Hence, we scoured the web (and made some fully delightful visits to some of our favorite sex toy and CBD websites) to bring you “tha real dealz”—the bargains on all the stuff in our nightstand that makes us go hellllllllllll yeah. Whether you’re looking for a vibrating buttplug or some delicious hemp gummies, tis the weekend to make that purchase, beautiful hedonists. Enjoy.

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