Why are lUXELYX NEEDED?
Whether in a committed, new, or overnight relationship, sexuality connects us in many ways and can lead to pleasure that is deserved by all. LuxeLyx encourages everyone to take control of their desires while providing the protection needed to keep the connection at just that...pleasure with peace of mind.
LUXELYX encourages and empowers sexual pleasure for everyone.
- We are at a time where the pleasure of women and men is viewed in a more equal manner. Reciprocity is a beautiful thing between sexual partners.
- Sexual diversity is also something that is becoming more accepted and celebrated. This product serves all sexual orientations.
- Condoms are readily available for males, but there’s not been an equivalent wearable product on the market for women when receiving oral sex. With LuxeLyx, this is no longer the case.
- In a recent market analysis, 82% of people indicated they would be interested in potentially purchasing LuxeLyx.
- The Center for Disease Prevention and Control (CDC) currently cites only two methods for protection during oral sex on women:
a.) Use a dental dam (a thin sheet of latex originally used in dentistry that is laid over the vagina and acts as a barrier during oral sex)
b.) Cut a condom and use it as a barrier similar to the dental dam (1)
If these two methods are all we have to protect women and men, we need to cover this gap. LuxeLyx covers the pleasure and protection gap.
LUXELYX AIMS to RAISE AWARENESS that sexual activity can lead to much more than pleasure if protection is not used.
- 1 in 2 sexually active persons will contract an STI by age 25. (2)
- The CDC estimates that nearly 20 million new STI's occur every year in this country. (3)
- The total estimated direct cost of STIs annually in the U.S. is about $16 billion. (4)
- Human papilloma virus (HPV), herpes, chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis can all be contracted via oral sex. (5)
- Researchers estimate that at least 80% of sexually active people will have an HPV infection at some point in their lifetime. (6)
- There's a strong connection between oral sex and the increasing rates of head, neck and throat (oropharyngeal) cancers in men (and women). HPV is responsible for approximately 31,500 cases of cancer each year, directly causing 70% of the oropharyngeal cancers. (7)
- In a market research survey, 92% of people were not aware of the concerns connecting oral sex and HPV leading to head, neck, and throat cancer.