• Lovehoney and Tracey Cox Featured in The Daily Mirror's Coverage of 'Hysteria'

    Lovehoney
    by Lovehoney on 19 September 2012

    Hysteria Vibrators Tracey CoxInternationally acclaimed sexpert Tracey Cox grabbed headlines in The Daily Mirror today, with her bold claim that, "if vibrators don't exist in heaven, I'm going straight to hell!"

    The piece featured Tracey giving her opinion on the history of the vibrator, and coincides with the UK release of 'Hysteria', a film exploring the Victorian methods with which to treat the age-old ‘disease’ of the same name.

    Tracey, who has her own range of products with Lovehoney, encouraged making sex toys and sexual happiness a key talking point in relationships, regardless of their taboo in society. When discussing the ultimate sexual goal for women, Tracey made her feelings clear. “The road to orgasm for women is sometimes so long... anything that speeds up the process isn’t just appreciated, it’s worshipped.”

    Despite over 130 years having passed since the production of the first mechanical pleasure device, Tracey highlights the fact that sex toys are still seen as taboo, and encourages women to open up to their partners. The article coincides with the UK release of Hysteria, a film exploring the Victorian methods with which to treat the age-old female ‘disease’ of the same name. Tracey advised singles and couples alike to watch the movie, calling it “a non-offensive way to liberate the vibrator from the bedside table and back into the open, where it belongs.”

    Read the full article: "If vibrators don't exist in heaven, I'm going straight to hell": Sex expert Tracey Cox on the film Hysteria.