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News That Target Is Now Selling Vibrators In Its Stores Has Everyone Buzzing

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Target has hit the bullseye after aiming for your erogenous zone.

Who knew shopping would bring such immense pleasure?


Thanks to a new partnership, the one-stop-shop has become even more convenient for those looking to snag a vibrator in addition to stocking up on their groceries.

Sexual wellness brand plusOne announced that Target will be stocking their shelves with their premium vibrators in addition to offering them through Target's website.



Stephanie Trachtenberg, the spokeswoman for plusOne, said:

"Americans are focused on self-care and self-love now more than ever. Whether it's for pleasure or wellness, certainly women deserve convenient access to high-quality, affordable sexual-wellness devices so they can own their sexuality."

Cosmopolitan encouraged readers to help destigmatize the negative connotations associated with sex toys since males and females are entitled to performing the natural act of masturbating without shame.




Target really hits the spot.


While this is cause for a celebration, some wonder why it is taboo to begin with.

Is she planning for a pleasure-thon?


It's a good business model.

Need milk?

You walk out with other items you didn't even know you needed.


No need to be embarrassed ma'am.

Anyone judging wishes they had the courage to find their pleasure.



But if you're worried about what others may think, remember, you can go online!


Just make sure to check the packaging. Otherwise...




Just because nobody talks about it doesn't mean there's no self-loving going on behind closed doors.

Planned Parenthood says masturbation is a normal and healthy activity that is proven to relieve stress.

It says so on their website.

"Masturbation can actually be good for your health, both mentally and physically. And it's pretty much the safest sex out there — there's no risk of getting pregnant or getting an STD."

Target continues to prove they want customer satisfaction.

At least that's the vibe I'm getting.