FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE & Co-Launch to Provide Resources & Create Open Dialogue for Men About Masturbation

New Blog Provides First-Person Experiences with Sex Toys, While E-tail Site Offers One-Stop-Shop for the Bestselling Sexuality Products for Men!

LOS ANGELES (June 7, 2016) – New websites, a news and opinion blog, and, an e-tail store, launched this week. The sites create an open dialogue for men about masturbation and provide resources on sexuality products, while the co-launch of the sites coincides perfectly with Men’s Health Month.

“I started Better Than the Hand because there really isn’t a good, honest dialog and resource out there for male masturbation,” stated Magnus Sullivan, editor of and co-owner of

“I mean, where IS the Hitachi wand for men?” Sullivan asked. “I want to move away from technical reviews of sex toys and clinical descriptions of the benefits of masturbation and towards the idea of how sex toys facilitate an experience. What works for one person might not work for another — that’s why I’m interested in a variety of perspectives.” gives visitors reviews of the latest sex toys and sexuality products in the context of a frank discussion about the overall benefits of sexuality products. While the physical and mental health benefits of masturbation are well documented, tremendous shame continues to enshroud many men, who feel embarrassed to talk about their experiences openly.

Sullivan hopes to encourage more men to explore self-pleasure and feel comfortable sharing their experiences with others. As a result, the site will focus on the experience of using toys and offer specific suggestions about technique in order to maximize pleasure.

“This is not only about self pleasure, however; it’s about how creative stroking can lead to creative sex with others,” said Sullivan, who is a filmmaker known for the 2015 erotic film “Marriage 2.0,” which blends explicit sex with dramatic narrative. “Understanding how to enjoy an erotic build and then recover quickly parlays into better sex with your partner. It’s also about broadening your idea of stimulation.”

Contributors to include Ned Would, a self-described queer geek, who is also an adult performer with a background in experimental physics. Others include Julius Prince, a veteran writer on sexual topics, and Steven Silvercreek, a freelance writer known for his work on cultural histories, professional basketball, and homoerotic double entendre. For a list of all contributors, click here.

To write for, email was created by men for men, as a one-stop retail site offering a wide range of sexuality items, such as sex sleeves, lotions, lubricants, anal beads, anal toys, prostate massagers, and more. It features comprehensive descriptions and product ratings, as well as access to the latest products, blogs, and a rewards program for valuable savings on purchases.

About is a men’s blog that gives visitors unique insight and information on masturbation and men’s sexual health without shame. Created by adult filmmaker Magnus Sullivan, who is known for the groundbreaking 2015 film “Marriage 2.0,” the blog offers an honest dialogue and resources on masturbation and sexuality products for men. The site also includes product reviews and frank discussions of experiences by contributors. Visitors are encouraged to share their thoughts in a sex-positive, non-judgmental environment.’s sister site,, offers a variety of men’s sexuality products such as sex toys, creams, lotions, and more aimed at enhancing the masturbatory experience. For more, visit and

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