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These NSFW Prime Day deals are incredibly pleasing

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For mature audiences only.

When you log onto Amazon Prime Day, your first thought probably isn’t sex toys. But if you wanna have something to look forward to this weekend, you might wanna check out the LELO sale, which offers up to 50% off select self-love accessories all week.

So if you’re looking to get down in the bedroom (for cheap) continue reading and happy orgasming!

Vibrators

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     (on sale for $36, $ regularly $79)

     (on sale for $96.75, $ regularly $129)

     (on sale for $104.25, regularly $139)

     (on sale for $167, regularly $239)

     (on sale for $96, regularly $139)

     (on sale for $118, regularly $169)

Sex toys

     (on sale for $373, regularly $750) 

     (on sale for $33, regularly $50) 

     (on sale for $13.99, regularly $90) 

     (on sale for $43, regularly $59.95) 

     (on sale for $31, regularly $48) 

     (on sale for $63, regularly $98) 

     (on sale for $40, regularly $45)

     (on sale for $12, regularly $25)

     (on sale for $5, regularly $15.50)

     (on sale for $13, regularly $22)

     (on sale for $13.50, regularly $15.00)

     (on sale for $6.99, regularly $12.99)

     (on sale for $13, regularly $20)

Condoms and lubricants

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     (on sale for $6.83+, regularly $7.19+)

     (on sale for $3.49+, regularly $8.08+)

     (on sale for $9, regularly $15)

     (on sale for $29, regularly $57)

     (on sale for $10, regularly $15)

     (on sale for $19.99, regularly $31)

     (on sale for $17, regularly $26)

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Marisa Losciale

Marisa Losciale

Marisa Losciale specializes in NSFW culture, audio gear, and photography. A former editorial and photo director for Spoon University at SUNY New Paltz, her work has been featured in the Rockwell Center for American Visual Studies, Post-Trash, the New Paltz Oracle, and the Legislative Gazette.