The company was founded in 2009 when its founder was in a long distance relationship. This sparked his interest in teledildonics. In 2013, the first app-based sex toys, Max and Nora were launched. In 2015, Lush was launched with help of $100,000 raised on the IndieGogo. Since then, Lovense has brought out a range of toys from vibrating butt plugs to ocsilating G-spot massagers.
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- Stadtmiller, Mandy. "Virtual reality sex is coming — and the toys are already here".
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