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Liberator RAMP – Intro to the Ramp
A necessary tool in Kama Sutra love play.

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Liberator Ramp – $150.
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Love on an elevator. A global bestseller, the Liberator Ramp offers support with a deep slope elevation. It strategically lifts your lover’s hips to an altitude of 12 inches, offering access at critical angles that accentuate sensitivity. It’s time to teach your old doggie-style some new tricks. The key to perfect rear-entry penetration—penetration from behind is not necessarily anal, but anal enthusiasts listen up—is supported elevation. Supported elevation prevents falling forward, slipping, sore elbows and wrists and hips buried in the mattress. She’s propped up properly to absorb all of his thrusting. With the Ramp a couple can sustain the doggie-style position for longer, more satisfying sessions. Other Ramp specialties include positions off the side of the bed and an unbeatable girl-on-top ride. Was it Stephen Tyler who was so fond of love on an elevator? We agree. Elevation rocks.

Available in five racy hues: Red(shown), Blue, Purple, Tan and Black.


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