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Leading The Next Wave Of Wellness With Gender-Inclusive Sex EssentialsEva Goicochea, co-founder and CEO of sexual wellness startup Maude, speaks to PSFK about the Gen Z demand for inclusive brands in our Forecast Z report More than any group before them, Gen Z has done away with labels, opting instead for the idea that identity and preferences are constantly in flux.
10 Brands Disrupting Their IndustriesThe rise of technology, e-commerce, and digital media is changing the way consumers connect with brands and retail. Across all generations, we spend our money differently, we're serviced differently, and we look at brands in a different light. It really is a consumer's market.
Let's Talk About Sex(ual Wellness), Baby - Aubrie Pagano - MediumSexual wellness. It's not something people feel comfortable talking about. Let alone investing in. But when there is stalemate in a large, unexamined industry, there is opportunity. Opportunity to reshape the conversation. Opportunity to remove the social taboo and stigmas associated with it. Opportunity to disrupt a massive market.
10 Female-Founded Brands For International Women's DayToday, March 8th, is International Women's Day, a day that marks the celebration of women around the world. In honor of this special day, we wanted to highlight 10 badass female-founded brands that are looking to change the landscape around them and challenge the status quo.
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This Sex Toy Isn't Shaped Like a Penis - Here's Why That's ImportantIs changing the design of sex toys, lube, and condoms enough to revolutionize how we think about and have sex? Maude thinks so. By making sex essentials look more inviting, they're hoping to disrupt everything we think about sex. Here's how to find ultimate pleasure, starting from ground zero.
AND THEN there's MAUDEAs far as customer experience is concerned, we've all been in that drugstore aisle, awkwardly adding random items into our baskets to cover up condoms... While wishing that we actually understood the differences between the products available. The landscape is over-assorted, outdated, ugly, and uncomfortable.
Four Great Things | A Cup of JoIn cute baby news, Alexi Ashe, Seth Meyers's wife, gave birth to their second son... IN THE LOBBY OF THEIR NYC BUILDING. By the time the Uber arrived to take the family to the hospital, the newborn was already out.
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Maude's Line of Sex Essentials Makes Sex a Well-Designed Experience from Drugstore to Bedroom - Core77Does anyone know a single person that enjoys shopping for sex-related products in drugstores? From hideous packaging to creepy names to the overabundance of available styles-right up to the part where you make uncomfortable eye contact with the cashier-I can't think of a single enjoyable step in the process. Considering
Maude Wants to Design Your Next Intimate Moment - Design MilkWhat happens when an industrial designer and a digital designer get together to imagine sex inclusively, guided by human-centered design? Maude, a refreshingly modern and minimalist line of sex products intended to keep proudly out in the open.
Design MilkGregory Han
Sex Essentials is an alternative to "outdated and gendered" sex product packagingStart-up company Maude has created a range of gender-neutral sex products with a minimalist design, offering an alternative to those currently on the market. Unveiled earlier this month, the Sex Essentials range includes two lubricants, a pack of condoms, a vibrator and a travel kit.
Maude Unveils The Ultimate Minimalist Sex Tool Collection - urdesignmagTired of seeing an outdated and gendered approach to a human experience, start-up company Maude has created a line of gender-neutral sex essential, which includes condoms, lubricants, a vibrator and a travel kit. The products were developed by Eva Goicochea and Dina Epstein, who previously worked in marketing and product design respectively.
Meet Maude, a Personal Stylist for Your Sex LifeNavigating the vast universe of sex can feel tricky on a variety of levels, but even more so when dealing with supplements and contraceptives. What do we need? Which brands are quality enough for our holier-than-thou reproductive parts? How can I comfortably purchase a value-size crate of rubbers from the same sweet lady from whom I get my coffee and morning paper?
The 6 Female Founded Sex Brands You Need To Know AboutWomen are at the forefront of another sexual revolution, and we're so happy to see them lead emerging sex tech brands. Here are just a few making waves: Unbound Unbound, founded by Polly Rodriguez and Sarah Janye, is a quarterly curated subscription box service that sends you a variety of sex toys, lubes, gels and props.
Sex and the cityIn parts two and three of his NBR View interview, entrepreneur Guy Horrocks talks about his lifestyle in New York, and investing in sex essentials company Maude.
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Die neuen Sextoys, die wie Designobjekte aussehenSexspielzeug hat nicht gerade den besten Ruf. Oder zumindest ist es nicht etwas, das offen diskutiert wird. Vielleicht liegt das daran, dass es einfach zu viel neonfarbene, genoppte Dildos gibt, die nicht nach gutem Sex aussehen, sondern nach den Spielzeug, das von Hunden im Park gejagt wird, um sie dann vollzusabbern.
9 Genius Sex Toys Created By WomenIn the last few years we've seen a major surge in women-led sex toy companies. And it's about time. "This industry has been run by men (or those with penises) for dozens and dozens of years, which inherently means that the design and marketing of...
This New Brand is Making Sex Products ChicMaude is a new sex products brand looking to create an inclusive, simple experience for customers shopping for sex essentials like condoms and personal lubricant. Find out more here.
Meet Maude: The minimalist gender-neutral sex essentials brand for everyoneSo many of the products in the sexual health and wellness space are gendered: pink for people with vaginas and dark, manly colors for penises. And then there's Maude. Each of the four products available through the sex essentials company (two lubricants, condoms and a vibrator) come in minimalist, neutral packaging and are sold directly to consumer.