Feel My Power Le Wand Wednesday Edition
This special edition Le Wand massager triumphantly features the magical and empowering artwork of socially-conscious illustrator Wednesday Holmes (@hellomynameiswednesday)! The combination of Wednesday’s dynamic artwork with the power of the Le Wand sends a clear message that sexuality is both beautiful and belongs to everyone. This new edition Le Wand wants you to feel your power: to feel pleasure, to love your body, to feel good about your sexuality and shamelessly proclaim that sex is healthy, fun and transformative. This colorful rechargeable wand-style vibrator features a blue silicone head and a body adorned with cheerful and multi-colored illustrations. Along with the massager, this set includes a travel case, a tattoo sticker sheet, a keychain, four uplifting postcards and two patches. Equipped with a travel lock and a discreet storage case, it's ready to go on the road with you. We also like that the vibration is concentrated in the head of the wand, not in the handle, so holding it won't make your hand won't go numb. Le Wand's flexible neck allows the user to use plenty of pressure, if desired, and it won't hurt the vibrator. Use the three one-touch button to control the 10 distinct speeds with 20 vibration patterns: the + button turns the vibe on and increases intensity; the – button turns it off and decreases intensity; and the middle button changes vibration patterns. To use the travel lock: simultaneously press and hold the + and – buttons for three seconds; a flashing light indicates the travel lock is on. To unlock, repeat by pressing and holding the + and – buttons for three seconds. Comes with chargers compatible for use in the USA, UK, Europe and Australia.
“Wednesday is a London based artist, designer and activist. They create artwork inspired by and for queer people. Using their personal experiences as a queer, trans person, they make work which explores queer experience, mental health and self-care. Their work is intended to lift up queer viewers and to help people to feel seen. They aim to use their art to make a difference and change minds. Wednesday has been using their platform to create learning resources about queer experience in order to encourage empathy in the cis-het community. Their platform advocates for queers all over the world.”