Durex Helps Partners Fondle Each Other Over Webcam
So back in the day, we had AOL chat rooms. Then Yahoo chat rooms. And, youngsters, this was before it was easy to see or send a picture of whomever you were chatting with. You had to use your imagination! Actually, that was usually a much better experience.
Then came voice chat. Then video chat in its various incarnations. But the one thing that was missing from these digital experiences was touch. Well, at least touch from the person with whom you were chatting. Oh come on. We're all adults here. You know exactly what I'm talking about.
In any event, Durex has seemingly solved the lack of physical touch during digital interactions. The condom brand has developed Fundawear, underwear with built in "touchers" that can be controlled by an app allowing your webcam partner to do all the things they used to tell you they wanted to do if only they were right there next to you.
But there seems to be one downfall to this revolutionary invention. In order to be "touched," one must wear the underwear. Which, sadly, means a whole lot less nudity online. All of which causes one to wonder if this is some super-secret, clandestine effort by a collection of conservative cause groups aimed at ridding the internet of nudity. If so, quite brilliant.
Check out the Facebook promotion here where you can get your own pair of Fundawear.