Pleasure Finder turns Google Assistant into a sexologist

MysteryVibe has announced the launch of Pleasure Finder, the world’s first Google Assistant action dedicated to helping people improve their sex lives. Users who use the English version of the assistant can already install it on their phones, tablets and other smart devices.

Pleasure Finder helps users learn more about the benefits of sex and helps them talk openly about their sexual health. The voice assistant offers advice on sexual health, sex education and sexual performance and is designed to answer questions that people want to ask about sexual health but are sometimes too scared to ask their partner or health professional. This is especially important for people who are afraid to talk about their sexuality for fear of negative judgment or ridicule.

Just like you can ask Google to give you a recipe or tell you what the weather’s like, Pleasure Finder will tell users all they need to know about sex, health and pleasure, and some extra guidance when it comes to ensuring users and their partners both find pleasure in the bedroom – Google Assistant action representative said.

Users can say “Ok Google, let me speak to Pleasure Finder” and he action will outline all the different forms of advice and help it can offer – continues the representative.

The action was created with the help of Clare Bedford, a psychosexual therapist and couples therapist who worked with MysteryVibe’s medical director and world-renowned urologist, Professor Dasgupta, to ensure that the advice the action offers is real and factual.

Prof. Dasgupta, MysteryVibe CMO, said – having the Pleasure Finder accepted by Google is an absolute triumph. Giving access to anyone who wants or needs a shame-free sexual education is what this campaign is all about. We want to help people open up when it comes to talking about sexual health, so we’re hoping that the Pleasure Finder will be able to kick start a conversation and people talking about sex and pleasure and rediscovering the benefits they offer.

That’s the philosophy upon which MysteryVibe built their business – helping to set people free and give them a judgement-free space where they can genuinely open up about sexual health and wellbeing. After all, sex isn’t a taboo – it’s time to act like it – continues Prof. Dasgupta.

The launch of Pleasure Finder is one of our most significant achievements and a crucial step towards rolling out free sex education to millions of households at once – said Dr. Soum Rakshit, CEO and Co-founder of MysteryVibe. – We know that access to actionable knowledge is the key to starting the conversations within ourselves and with our partners to improve our sex lives. This has never been more urgent than now and that’s why it excites us tremendously to have Google’s support to make this a reality.

Pleasure Finder was created in response to an urgent need to provide new sexual health advice and motivation. According to research conducted by MysteryVibe, the UK is in a ‘deep sexual recession’. More than a third (37%) of Brits say their libido has dropped sharply in 2020, and almost as many (33%) admit to having less sex in 2020 compared to 2019.

You can find Pleasure Finder here. It is available only in english language.


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