New Sex Toy Uses ChatGPT To Narrate Sexual Fantasies While Vibrating

It only makes sense that as technology advances and offers improvements to every other area of our lives, the same should happen in our sex lives. Sure, regular ol’ vibrators do the trick, but why shouldn’t our pleasure reach new heights with the help of the latest and greatest inventions? Thankfully, sex toy company Lovense agrees with me on this one, so they’ve incorporated ChatGPT to read out your sexual fantasies while its products vibrate along with the story. Uh, HELL YES!

Lovense sells Bluetooth and WiFi-enabled sex toys designed to make masturbation way sexier. From a toy for long-distance partners to feel the same vibrations from far away to ones you can wear in public, the brand is dedicated to finding unique ways to get yourself off. However, the Advanced Lovense ChatGPT Pleasure Companion is a whole new ball game.

How it works is pretty simple: You tell the brand’s bot, based on ChatGPT technology, exactly what fantasy you have in mind so its sex toy knows what to do. You can get as detailed as you like, naming scenarios, locations, characters, etc. You can also say whether you want a soft and romantic storyline or something rougher/kinkier.

From there, the product will narrate your story to you aloud. That’s enough of a turn-on on its own, right? It gets better, though: The toy will then vibrate along with the story it’s telling. “The higher the intensity of the story, the stronger and faster the toy’s reaction will be,” Lovense told TechCrunch.

“Our Advanced Lovense ChatGPT Pleasure Companion now allows you to design a story you want, to embody any of your fantasies or dreams, and to fully immerse you into them,” Lovense CEO Dan Liu said in a statement. “With our Companion’s help, you can now create any stories and explore your sexuality and boundaries completely independently.”

At the moment, the technology is still in beta and is available to everyone on the Lovense Remote App free of charge.

Jennifer has been the managing editor of Bolde since its launch in 2014. Before that, she was the founding editor of HelloGiggles and also worked as an entertainment writer for Bustle and Digital Spy. Her work has been published in Bon Appetit, Decider, Vanity Fair, The New York TImes, and many more.