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The Fleshlight is a brand of sex toys designed for penetration and marketed primarily to heterosexual men. The Fleshlight is designed and marketed by Interactive Life Forms (ILF).[1] The Fleshlight is named for the flesh-like material used in its inner sleeve, as well as the plastic case that houses the sleeve, which is fashioned to look like an oversized flashlight. The inner sleeve is available with vulva, anus, and mouth orifices.

The inner sleeves come in colors of flesh (from a variety of ethnicities) and ice/crystal (see-through), as well as a limited edition blue color for an Avatar-like look, and 48 different internal textures[2] (6 original, 19 girls, 10 special, 5 Sex-in-a-Can and 12 boys textures). The Fleshlight was designed by Steve Shubin.[3] He was granted a patent in 1998 for his invention, as a "device for discreet sperm collection".[4] It was also designed to be a safer alternative to real sex, considering STDs and pregnancy.[5]

Fleshlight Girls[edit]

Fleshlight Girl Stoya signing a Fleshlight Container at the AVN Expo on January 20, 2012.

The "Fleshlight Girls" brand consists of custom-molded masturbation sleeves molded from the bodies of popular pornstars. These are made from exact molds of the star's vulva, mouth, or anus. Current Fleshlight Girls are Asa Akira, Joanna Angel, Lisa Ann, Tori Black, Jessica Drake, Nina Hartley, Jenna Haze, Jenna Jameson, Jesse Jane, Bibi Jones, Katsuni, Kayden Kross, Christy Mack, Tera Patrick, Teagan Presley, Riley Steele, Misty Stone, Stoya, Alexis Texas.[6]

Fleshjack by Fleshlight[edit]

Fleshjack is the gay spinoff of Fleshlight.com The Fleshjack site caters specifically to gay customers. The site is designed to appeal to the gay market, with popular male models featured in photos and video clips. Fleshjack Boys is a custom-molded line of masturbation devices and dildos from the bodies of popular gay porn stars; current models include Jack Bass, Chris Rockway, Spenser Reed, Nicco Sky, Donny Wright, Brent Corrigan, Brent Everett, Pierre Fitch, Austin Wilde, and models from Bel Ami and Next Door Studios.[7]

The Fleshjack marketing team attributes the product's success to its placement in video clips at sites such as Fratmen.[8]


The Fleshlight is stated to be made of medical and food grade, phthalate-free polymers.[9] According to the Fleshlight web site, the insert material is called "Real Feel Superskin" and is not made from latex, plastic, or silicone. The Fleshlight FAQ[10] claims the material is "a company secret covered by a series of US patents", but according to the public patent,[4] the material is an elastomeric gel being formed from a mixture of 90–94% by weight of plasticizing oil and of 5–9% by weight of a block copolymer comprising an admixture of a styrene ethylene butylene styrene block copolymer and a styrene ethylene propylene styrene block copolymer combined in a ratio of 1:5 to 5:1. [4]


  1. ^ Bussel, Rachel Kramer (September 21, 2006). "Boys' Toys". The Village Voice. 
  2. ^ "Overview Fleshlight internal textures". 
  3. ^ Lynn, Regina (February 15, 2008). "Unexpected Sources Drive Progress of Sex Tech". Wired. 
  4. ^ a b c U.S. Patent 5,782,818 and U.S. Patent 5,807,360
  5. ^ "Fleshlight Buyer's Guide". 
  6. ^ "Fleshlight Girls". Retrieved January 23, 2014. "Each custom-molded Fleshlight Girls masturbation sleeve is an exact mold of each star's most intimate parts." 
  7. ^ "Fleshjack Boys". Retrieved January 23, 2014. 
  8. ^ Fleshjack Wins Cybersocket Award http://business.avn.com/articles/novelty/Fleshjack-Wins-Cybersocket-Award-23809.html 2008-02-19
  9. ^ Fleshlight patent referring to elastomeric polymers;[1] Elastomers listed by Greenpeace as a safe alternative to toxic polymers.[2]
  10. ^ Fleshlight Product Questions

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