By: William Lopez, Staff Writer
Luxury Lesbian Novelty Company Suggested by GLAAD-Award-Winning Blog as Lesbian-Owned Business to Support This Holiday Season!
SANTA CLARA, CA — Wet For Her® receives a mention in Autostraddle. The GLAAD-Award-Winning Blog’s Editor-In-Chief and CEO, Riese, mentioned the luxury lesbian novelty manufacturer in its list of “72 Lesbian-Owned Businesses and Queer Shops to Support This Holiday Season!”
“I am so thrilled to be included in Autostraddle’s holiday list!” says Wet For Her® owner and founder Alice Derock. “Our luxury pleasure products are specifically designed and manufactured for the lesbian community, or any playtime between girls. We look forward to continuing to celebrate and support the sexuality of women, and am so happy to have Autostraddle mention us as a go-to for holiday shopping!” said Derock.
“We’ve gotten a bevy of requests this holiday season to put together a list of lesbian-owned businesses who desire your money,” writes Riese. “Luckily, there’s nothing I love more than meeting your needs and desires!” Of Wet For Her®’s products, she writes, “Proudly selling sex toys designed by women for women, Wet For Her not only sells dildos, massage oils, and harnesses, but also ‘finger extenders’ for purposes which are probably obvious to you.” concluded Riese.
Wet For Her®’ line of products, designed by Alice Derock, include a variety of insertable toys, both with and without vibrational properties, as well as strapless toys. In addition, Wet For Her®’s recent partnership with luxury harness company SpareParts HardWear® allows those seeking a high-end harness to use with the innovative toys a variety of couture styles from which to choose. A branded lubricant rounds out the Wet For Her® product catalog.
Consumers can review the Autostraddle’s List of Lesbian and Queer Businesses to show your support.
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