By Danielle Valente published
Fatigued? Overheated? Cranky? PinkCherry's generous summer sale will certainly put you in the mood, even if your recent bedroom activities have been more tranquil than frisky as of late. Take a look at the five pages of offerings—many of which are nearly 80% off—and prepare to bask in that after-sex glow.
If we're going to do anything about closing the masturbation gap or resetting our sex lives, we might as well invest in a few gadgets and gizmos that can help. And with the charitable code "SUMMER" knocking down price points so drastically, these PinkCherry toys are practically begging to find a spot in our shopping cart. Truthfully, it's like the universe is trying to tell us something, and we're not one to dismiss its callings.
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Shop PinkCherry’s summer sale toys:
We've rounded up a few favorites, but there are plenty more sex items for sale on PinkCherry's website—let the shopping spree commence!
We're currently embarking on the friskiest time of year (so says research) but if we're going to keep the fun going once the summer sun calls it quits, a little helper is necessary. Just like the heat, these deals won't be around forever.
Danielle is a writer for My Imperfect Life, where she particularly enjoys covering lifestyle and entertainment news. She was previously the editor of Time Out New York Kids and a news editor at Elite Daily. When she's not working, you can find her reading a good book and enjoying a cup of coffee. Follow her @dvwrites.
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