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Bad Dragon is an American manufacturer of sex toys aimed at the fantasy market, sold online and at conventions.
Bad Dragon was founded in June 2008. Varka, one of the four co-founders, started making sex toys in his college dormitory in Scotland the previous year. The company is now based in Arizona.
As of September 2016[update], Bad Dragon offers 53 dildos and 18 penetrable toys, all made of platinum-cured silicone. The company's products are aimed at fantasy fans, including dragons, horses, orcas, chimeras, and werewolves. The website gives a biography and picture for each character. Products are cast by hand and can be extensively customized, with a choice of colors including special requests, of firmness, and of dildo length; customers can also submit their own designs, of which one is chosen for special production every month. Dildos can be ordered with a tube to simulate ejaculation; the company sells "cumlube".
In popular culture
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- O'Connor, Brendan (July 1, 2014). "Bad Dragon's green dildos are firing up the fantasy-sex market". The Daily Dot.
- Sciortino, Karley (June 1, 2011). "Enter the Dragon". Vice.
- Cleland, Jake (July 2, 2014). "Giant dragon dildos are real and they're spectacular". The Vine. Fairfax Media. Archived from the original on 2015-04-05.
- Davis, Allison P. (July 2, 2014). "The Cut: Make Your Game of Thrones Sex Fantasy Come True". New York magazine.
- Gale, Hannah (July 2, 2014). "These dildos are shaped to look like dragon penises, and we’re pretty terrified". Metro.
- Shrayber, Mark (July 1, 2014). "Here's the Giant Dragon Dildo You've Been Writing Erotic Fan-Fic About". Jezebel.
- Fortey, Ian (May 18, 2009). "18 More of the World's Most Disturbing Sex Toys #12. The Drippy Dragon". Cracked.com.
- Mühlbauer, Peter (March 7, 2015). "Über den Raum in die Zeit". Telepolis (in German). Heise Online.
- Higgins, Chris (May 1, 2016). "'Traceroute,' A Documentary about Nerds and Annihilation". Mental Floss.