Open-minded IFA shows CES how to exhibit sex toys in a classy, educational way

id=”article-body” class=”row” section=”article-body”> MysteryVibe’s Poco. Katie Collins/CNET Vegas tech bonanza CES could be described using a multitude of words — “sexy” isn’t one of them. But in 2020, that’ll likely change, as the Consumer Technology Association, the group that runs the event, has said sex toys will be allowed at the show for the first […]

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