When The Rabbit Sex Toy Goes The Way Of The Vampire: A Look Back at The Rabbit’s Sexual History

Rabbit Sex Toys were invented in 1878 by a British doctor, William Jones, in a bid to create a ‘sexual toy’ to ease women’s discomfort during childbirth.

A female rabbit would be placed in a harness on the back of a chair while her male companion held her hips and genitals in his mouth.

The harness would be lowered so the rabbit could move about the chair, but the harness would remain attached to the rabbit’s neck, which was secured with a cord.

During a test run, the harness was found to be more comfortable than the harness used for the female rabbit.

In the early 1900s, the first Rabbit Sex toys appeared.

Rabbit Sex Tubes were first marketed in the US by the New York Dolls in the 1930s.

However, the rabbit toys did not become commercially successful.

In 1936, a German company, Pfefferwerk, released its first rabbit sex toy.

Pfefferwerk sold over 3 million Rabbit Sex Tube products worldwide and was the first company to market the Rabbit Sex toy as a sex toy for women.

Pee-wee toys became popular in the 1970s and 80s.

The Pee Wee Rabbit Sex Dolls, made in the USA, were the first commercially successful dolls for women, with over 3.5 million sold.

The Rabbit toys were popularised in the 80s and 90s, and by the early 2000s, they were sold in over 50 countries worldwide.

Many sex toys were invented or licensed in the past 30 years.

For example, the Rabbit toy was invented by the American toy company, Playtex in the 1990s.

Many more sex toys have been invented since the Rabbit toys, such as the Pee Woop, which is the world’s first ‘piss toy’, a plastic toy that can be placed on a person’s face to ‘f*ck’ them.