Lovense wants you to join its 24-hour interactive Twitter orgy, even if you don’t have a toy

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Lovense has organized a Twitter orgy for May 22

Lovense, the Singapore-based hi-tech sex toy manufacturer has organized a virtual love-in on Twitter, starting midnight (EDT) Saturday May 22, in which anyone can participate — even if you don’t have a Lovense toy.

For people that do own a compatible Lovense toy, joining in is simple enough when the time comes; you just need to connect to the Twitter Orgy via the Lovense Remote or Lovense Connect app, and you’ll receive the same vibration patterns as everyone else that connects their toy (all interactive Lonvese toys should work, such as the Max/Max 2, Nora, Diamo ring, Lush 3, Ferri, Mission, etc.).

The other side of that equation, however, is control of those vibrations, and these are being managed via 17 different official Orgy hashtags which send different vibrations to the toy, depending on the hashtag. For example, #Lovense for the ‘Firework’ pattern, and #LovenseOrgy for the ‘Earthquake’ pattern.

The other 15 hashtags (and patterns) have been created by “friends and partners” of Lovense, the company says. These won’t be revealed until the fun starts on May 22 though.

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It’s by no means the first time that Lovense has tried to garner extended interest in the interactive aspects of its toys — the Edge 2 prostate toy launched with an orgy earlier this year, shortly after Lovense increased the number of possible active participants to 100. More recently, the adult game 3DXChat added support for Lovense toys, as did the OnlyFans rival JustforFans.

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