Making the world a happier place one vagina at a time.

Dame Products was founded by smart women with the purpose of making phenomenal sex toys. Our continuing mission: to design well-engineered sex toys, to heighten intimacy, and to openly empower the sexual experiences of womankind.

That time we sold a lot of Evas on Indiegogo

When we were figuring out the best way to bring Eva to market, we decided to let the market itself do the talking. We knew from research and personal experience how coupled sex wasn’t living up to women’s expectations, and the overwhelming response to our Indiegogo campaign only confirmed the world’s need for Eva. We managed to fulfill 100% of our pre-orders seven months after reaching our goal, and used that momentum to open up wholesale channels with some of the biggest and best names in the industry.

Our Philosophy

They say necessity is the mother of invention, and in the world of sex toys, the need for invention is dire. An industry that ought to be empowering its customer base only seems to frustrate them with sub-par materials and poorly-executed design. We’ve decided to do better.

We believe sex toys should satisfy real women’s real needs. Instead of starting with a flashy feature or a kooky shape, we begin our design process with focus groups and scientific research. If it doesn’t fit into your sex life, then it doesn’t fit on our roadmap. We’re trying to make the world a happier place, one vagina at a time.

The two that started it all

Alex

Co-founder & CEO

Alex got her Masters in Clinical Psychology from Columbia University in 2011, focusing on her lifelong interest: sexuality. From volunteering with the Red Cross to hosting a sex talk radio show, she’s always pursued opportunities to learn more about sexual health. Her experience at other consumer packaged goods startups gave her the know-how to start her own company.

Janet

Co-founder & CTO

Janet earned her mechanical engineering degree from MIT in 2007 before starting her career in product development, designing everything from dustpans to 3D printers. She worked for companies like Z Corp, Quirky, and Makerbot before deciding to turn her engineering efforts to the often-overlooked field of sex toys.