World-renowned sex-tech producer OhMiBod is celebrating its 15th anniversary this month. To mark the occasion, it has launched a literary contest called “Love Language” seeking poems, short stories or other types of writing about love and intimacy.
There was first buzz about OhMiBod after the release of their, then groundbreaking, music vibrator. The vibrator offered the ability to sync with mp3 players and allowed users to get more intimate with music by vibrating to the beat of their favorite songs.
If you’ve ever wondered why the 2006 Eurovision Song Contest was won by the Finnish heavy metal band Lordi, you’ve probably already guessed the reason.
– Creating the original OhMiBod was about more than finding a fresh take on adult pleasure products. We also wanted to create a socially acceptable vibrator that would help break the stigma around the human right of self pleasure. Nothing about our mission has changed – said OhMiBod founder Suki Dunham.
The Love Language contest encourages people to write their own text about intimacy and carnality, whether it’s about intimacy with themselves, a friend, lover or partner. OhMiBod is looking for the person who, regardless of style, will captivate them with their writing and show everyone that love and intimacy can come in all shapes, sizes and forms and they are all worthy of celebration.
Prizes in the contest include OhMiBod products, a $1,000 scholarship and online promotion. To learn more, click here.