Backpage.com has been a hotbed of controversy since it was forced to take down its popular backpage.org website in April of this year, after users complained about prostitution ads and sexual content.
But since then, the company has continued to expand its advertising offerings, expanding the number of search results for Backpage to a staggering 8 million.
Now, the popular sex toy retailer is expanding its offerings with the launch of its own product line.
As part of the company’s efforts to become more inclusive in the sex industry, the brand has recently announced a new product line called Backpage Plus, which will include two new types of adult toys: an “anal toy” and a “cock harness.”
The two models come in two different sizes: the “anumas” are about the same size as a pair of tennis shoes, and are meant to be used with the “butt plug,” which is essentially a vibrator, according to the company.
The anal toys are meant for “sex with partners,” while the cock harnesses are meant “to be used for penetration,” according to Backpage’s marketing materials.
Both products will be available at a variety of Backpage locations and are expected to hit stores in November.
The “anums” will retail for $30 and the “cockhounds” for $45, with a $35 “special edition” offering available.
As a result, the new toys will be “available in a variety and colors,” Backpage says on its product page.
“Our goal is to empower and empower more women by creating products that empower and inspire them,” says Backpage CEO Andrew Schlosser.
“With the advent of the internet, we now have the tools to do this, and we can make products that are accessible, affordable, and fun to use.
With the introduction of the new products, Backpage will continue to provide women with a safe, fun, and accessible way to experience sex.”
Schlosser, who has a long history with the sex toy industry, previously told The Wall Street Journal that he was inspired to build Backpage after he was sexually abused by a man while a student.
“When I found myself in that situation, I was a little more willing to help out,” he said at the time.
“I just thought, ‘Let’s get this out there.
The lawsuit claims that the site’s terms and conditions prohibit “sexually explicit language and images.””
Backpage, which is valued at more than $200 million, has also been the target of a lawsuit from the company, which claimed that the company discriminates against LGBT people.
The lawsuit claims that the site’s terms and conditions prohibit “sexually explicit language and images.”