This Wi-Fi Butt Plug Can be Controlled by Strangers on Twitter

Cyberwarfare just found itself a new weapon of mass erotic destruction in the form of a sexually insertable vibrating plug for your rear end that connects to the internet for others to control. Whether for personal experimentation or for controlling all your simps with the touch of a button, with this long-distance sex toy from Space Buck, the power is in your hands. Just make sure you’ve got your firewall enabled.

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Without going into the playfully cheeky company name, the guys behind this space-age sex toy are really stepping things up. The Wi-Fi-enabled AA battery-powered device that users insert into their butts takes online long-distance sex toys to a whole new level. Not just controllable over the internet, this device lets strangers on Twitter control the vibrating butt plug from afar.

Dubbed the Double-Oh by its devilish creator, Space Buck actually invited strangers on Twitter to test out the device, with users able to add 10 more seconds of vibration for every like on the Tweet. Thirty extra seconds would be added for every retweet.

Explaining that the vibration intensity was controlled via the poll – more intense/ less intense – Space Buck was “interested in exploring the paradoxical combination of intimacy and distance” found in Teledildonics.

While many might scoff at the thought of such a ridiculous device, teledildonics or long-distance sex toys are a booming segment of the market, especially with international borders all but locked down thanks to COVID-19. In the middle of a pandemic, getting off with your long-distance lover is made easier with this kind of technology. While also adding an extra level of interactivity that has become commonplace for adult webcam models.

“Teledildonics is all about being intimate and remote at the same time, and that’s what’s great about internet-connected sex toys; teledildonics is fun.” Speaking to Dazed about the “extremely intimate project – one that involves me telling people about my personal butt activities” the individual behind the digitally interactive butt plug was both relieved and excited to find “that the device was actually working as intended”. I’m sure there was sweet relief when it was removed too.

While Space Buck might find inviting strangers to control your sexual pleasure pleasurable, describing the anticipation of “not knowing” as “frustrating, but in a good way,” Space Buck said the device created a playful, teasing sexual tension that really enjoyed.” That being said, I’m more concerned about the security of such a product. If this is the “cyberpunk future” he wants, then he better make sure that “instead of megacorporations ushering global hyperfacism in the middle of environmental collapse and a pandemic” he gets Norton AntiVirus or that McAfee guy on board, or else we might usher in the age of sexually charged cyber warfare.

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