"Gender can be an emotional issue," Bauer adds. "When you tell people that up until now they haven’t taken the women’s perspective into account they feel attacked. We still have people asking, ‘Is this really necessary?'"
I don't get it. Everything "designed for women" tends to be a lot more ergonomic, a lot more pleasant, and a lot more aesthetically pleasing than things not "designed for women." It's almost as if the design world goes "well, any lunkhead will buy this because it's black and silver but if we want women to buy it, it actually has to be comfortable to use." Everything in this article sounds exceedingly pleasant, penis or no penis. What's not to like?