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“What is Mosie Baby?
It’s an at-home artificial insemination kit that was designed by women for comfortable and easy use. This kit is unlike any other syringe on the market. It’s designed specifically for making a baby through at-home insemination.”
The Inseminator™ was designed by a woman to give women a comfortable alternative to the cold clinical feel of hard, sharp plastic syringes and pipettes entering their body. The Inseminator™ simulates a natural feel, shape, and size so women can have a stress free, pleasurable and intimate attempt of conception in the privacy of their own home.
There’s a new sex toy on the market which promises to make the whole process of home insemination sexy by giving you pleasure, too.
The Semenette, created by Stephanie Berman, is an ejaculating sex toy with pump-based technology, designed for lesbian couples trying to conceive a child of their own.
Berman – a reproductive health expert from Boston – created the toy after she and wife, Kiersten Marie, were left dismayed by the options available to them.
Kamila Rudnicka is a young designer, recently graduated from the University of Arts in Poznań. She defines herself as “an ambitious person with a head full of ideas”. Her main field of interest is medical design, an interesting field often ignored, but full of new possibilities for the design world.
Kamila created an artificial insemination tool, WAY. It doubles up as a sex toy, in the hopes of restoring pleasure to an often clinical process. Like other self-insemination aids, it allows the intimate process of conception to be carried out in the comfort and privacy of the home. WAY is made of soft pink, medical-grade silicone with a ring at its base containing a removable bubble, which holds the semen. The process is reminiscent of separating an egg yolk from the white using the suction of an empty plastic bottle.
“To use the device, you first need to deposit the semen into the jar that’s included in the kit, and suck it into the bubble using air pressure,” Rudnicka told Dezeen. “Then the bubble goes back into the ring and needs to be connected with a tube that’s wound around the hilt. From there, everything works thanks to the pressure that we have in the bubble.”
When the WAY device is inserted into the vagina, pressing the bubble propels the semen into the uterus via these tubes. Although they are embedded in the base of the device like veins, they can also be taken off and strapped onto the hand as a harness for insemination during manual stimulation.
“Hands are very important when we are making love, especially in lesbian sex,” said Rudnicka. “That’s why I decided to use them to connect two people. Just using a device will not give them the same feeling as using their own body during sex.”