This Orchard Street Pop-Up Wants you to Reach Orgasm with a New Vibrator

Posted on: August 11th, 2017 at 5:04 am by

A happy ending awaits ladies at 160 Orchard Street, where British sex toy brand Hot Octopuss is promoting orgasms on the lunch break, so to speak.

The Changing Room, which debuted yesterday afternoon, is a controversial pop-up stunt aimed at promoting the brand’s latest vibrator, the “Queen Bee.”

Customers will sit down for a one-to-one consultation with sex therapist Diana Barone, who’ll give you your very own orgasm makeover. Afterwards, they’ll be invited to ‘try on’ an entirely new kind of orgasm with our brand new clitoral stimulator – the Queen Bee.

And if you like it? You get to take it home. For free. On us.

The private room will feature a soundtrack curated by Hot Octopuss.

The Changing Room is open today from 10am–6pm at 160 Orchard Street. Orgasm sessions (and the Queen Bee vibrators) are free, but you must reserve your G-spot.

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