I've had a look at the Dame company's blog
because I sensed something uncanny about them:
"... you deserve a little extra self-love just for you! So what’s the point of an inner child meditation? In short, we are born absolutely pure, complete, and wonderful, but somewhere along the way we seem to forget this. Maybe it’s because the world around us can be a little harsh, along with the people in it. Slowly, our child selves naturally retreat inwards during painful childhood experiences, from being spoken to harshly to embarrassing ourselves in front of our middle school crush. Then there can be more traumatic memories too. All of these contribute to our child selves feeling hurt, scared, unheard, or even unloved. By practicing inner child meditation we begin to heal these inner wounds
that may have been present for years on end. By healing past wounds we are able to better connect with ourselves and our pure and whole childlike spirit."
I think the MIT education and male students ploughed up those ladies' brains a bit too much. It's not a "sex toy" - it's a masturbation toy. I would use it to satisfy my physiological needs instead of going to bed with someone (e.g. because I'm not keen on spreading their carcinogenic viruses and bacteria). Sex is different story, though. It's more than just physical activity, stress suppressant, etc. - it's strictly connected to emotions and feelings. I'm sorry for people who've never experienced it, but let's not lie to them that a Tinder shag or any form of masturbation can replace it.