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Pipedream’s Icicles sure do make Synergy magazine look gooooood!

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You know, our new Icicles Gold Edition makes you look real good, Synergy. Like, it really brings out your eyes… That’s right! We snagged this quarter’s cover of the Australian adult retail trade mag, plus tons of Pipedream coverage including news, reviews, art, and top-sellers. Ever wonder what the #1 selling cocks are? Well wonder no more!!!! Our Top 10 best-selling King Cocks arrreeee… *drum roll* 

  1. 7″ Cock 

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    Simultaneous soda-sized pleasure in BOTH holes?!?!! Umm, yes please!!!!

  2. 6″ Cock
  3. 8″ Cock
  4. 7″ Cock w/ Balls
  5. 8″ Cock w/ Balls
  6. 9″ Cock
  7. U-Shaped Medium Double Trouble
  8. U-Shaped Small Double Trouble
  9. 9″ Cock w/ Balls
  10. Double Penetrator

Our umbrella company, Diamond Products, also caught a few glimmers of the Australian spotlight with an awesome Jimmyjane Form 5 review and an editorial introducing our latest acquisition of Sir Richard’s Condoms

Billed as “Pleasure Time Three,” Form 5 works for men, women, and couples. For women, the theory is that the fluttering wings caress the labia whilst the dome targets the clitoris, rather like combining a pebble vibrator with a bullet. You can also use the wings for on-point clitoral massage of a different sensation, or on nipples and other sensitive areas – for example, the temples and sinuses (no, not a sex thing, I just found it helped ease the pain.) —Mia More, journalist and reviewer, cliterati.co.uk



Sir Richard’s Founder, Mathew Gerson, who in 2005 started online retailer Econscious Market, which sells eco-friendly products and donates up to 10% of the retail price of each sale to charity, was reading a book about Dr. Paul Farmer, co-founder of Partners in Health. He learned that condoms, which are cheap to produce and the most effective way to avoid HIV and other infections, were no readily available to those disadvantaged regions. So in 2009, Mathew founded Sir Richard’s Condoms. Its mission is to address a massive global shortage of condoms. To do this, the company has the unique philosophy of donating one condom to a developing nation for every one that they sell. To date, Sir Richard’s has donated over 2.2 million of them. With sexual wellness and reproductive health in mind, they chose to make Sir Richard’s Condoms of all-natural latex and silicone lubricant. They also left out a range of seriously unsexy chemicals (parabens, spermicide, or glycerin), common ingredients in some other brands’ products. —page 29, Synergy