Masque is a brand new product which has been scientifically formulated to block the taste receptors on the tongue that recognise salts, bitters and proteins. This orally-dissolvable strip will mask the tastes associated with oral sex on a man, so instead of semen, oral sex will taste like one of four flavours (strawberry, watermelon, chocolate or mango).
Masque is brand new to the market and the only product of its kind, with patents pending in over 40 countries. Each pack contains three individually-wrapped gel strips.
“This is not a novelty item, it is a scientifically researched product developed to address an important issue among couples who may have been unwilling to talk about this in the past,” said Michael Guilfoyle, chief operating officer of Masque. “Our research indicates that men and women across a wide range of ages, income, education and geography are interested in using a product like this.”
The 2012 ETO Show takes place on Sunday the 24th and Monday the 25th of June in the Pavilion at the National Exhibition Centre (NEC) in the midlands. The NEC is a purpose-built exhibition complex which was chosen for its central location and ease of access from anywhere in the country – just leave the M42 at Junction 6 and its entrance is on the roundabout at the end of the slip road. If you need a map or more detailed directions please visit www.thenec.co.uk. The ETO Show takes place on Sunday 24th and Monday 25th June and the opening hours are 10.30am – 5.00pm on the Sunday and 10.30pm – 4.30pm on the Monday. There is no charge for entry. For more details see the June issue of ETO or visit www.etoshow.com