Artificial at-home insemination tool Aid’n allows same-sex couple to be intimate

Sponsored by Aid'n March 21, 2019
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Artificial home insemination tool Aid'n allows same-sex couple to be intimate.

Artificial home insemination tool Aid'n allows same-sex couple to be intimate.

Be a part of the success of a life-changing tool that allows women and same-sex couples the ability to maintain the intimate connection they crave while inseminating in the comfort and peace of their homes.

The cause behind this exciting tool is now running an Indiegogo campaign online to gain funding to make this invention available worldwide.

Project Aid’n was formed last year and the theory behind the movement to push this invention is beautiful, and one we all can relate to; maintaining an intimate, close, loving connection during the process of creating life together.

It’s simple, but often overlooked, when it comes to same-sex couples, who until now, have had very disconnected options and approaches available to them in the process of conception. Project Aid’n was created by Dione Wren, of Los Angeles, California, as the campaign to gain exposure and backers who believe in and can relate to this amazing tool, Aid’n.

Aid’n allows users to orgasm during home insemination

Its value comes in its function: allowing the user the possibility of orgasm while inseminating with the hopes of successful conception. Studies have shown that it is more likely for women to conceive while sexually stimulated, particularly close to, or after orgasm. Aid’n is the vessel connecting this moment, with the necessary ingredient for conception, sperm.

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Aid’n is a dildo-like tool that allows couples to be intimate while inseminating at home.

In technical form, Aid’n is a dildo made of medical-grade silicone making it safe for the human body and easy to sanitize, clean, and reuse. The inner cavity of Aid’n has been proprietarily designed to house a small medical tool inside, that holds sperm for the user during love-making. When ready, the user pushes a button situated at the base of Aid’n and it ejects sperm into the receiving partner, hopefully resulting in successful insemination. The act is not only emotional for all involved, but life-changing in the process.

Same-sex couples can finally be intimate during artificial insemination at home

Dione Wren, came up with the idea for Aid’n after researching methods for insemination for herself and her partner and coming up short with products available that allowed for the moment to maintain its intimacy. Until now, same-sex couples have either gone to their doctor for insemination or they’ve inseminated at home using a turkey baster – straight from the kitchen drawer – or a sterile metal syringe.

The process has been disconnected and cold, impersonal and prosaic… forgetful and lacking the one thing that the moment is made up of: a physical expression of love. Aid’n changes this. Aid’n creates the bond that women crave during conception, a moment that many of them have planned for years and spent thousands of pounds to create.

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Project aid’n

Project Aid’n is looking for backers who understand and believe in the void that has been but no longer needs to exist during at-home insemination.

This product is not to be regarded as a sex toy, it is a life-changing tool that many, many women are longing for, and until now, didn’t know had been designed for them. Project Aid’n is more than a company, it is a movement, a cause, and a story.

Become a part of this story, and please help Project Aid’n help make life out of love!

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