Without local shops, shoppers would buy gifts exclusively from in-flight catalogs, forcing fathers to sneak into airplane-wheel wells on Black Friday to order spy-camera blenders for their children. Enjoy earthbound browsing with today’s Groupon to Eve’s Garden, valid in-store only. Choose between the following options:
- For $20, you get $40 worth of adult books, toys, and accessories.
- For $35, you get $75 worth of adult books, toys, and accessories.
Dell Williams founded Eve’s Garden in 1974 with the vision of empowering and educating women via adult books, toys, games, and accessories. Growing from the women’s rights movement, Eve’s Garden carries tasteful, eco-friendly products such as the rechargeable personal massager that enhance the female sexual experience while providing educational resources. The fragrant, natural soy-oil Suntouched Candle ($25) melts into massage oil. Books as well as instructional and educational videos are available that include documentaries covering the topic of female sexuality and feminism as well as memoirs. Plastic pearls tumble under velvety silicone in Vibatrex’s rabbit habit ($99), which O, The Oprah Magazine lauds as “the Rolls-Royce of sex toys”.
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Dell Williams, founder and groundskeeper of Eve's Garden, has stocked her discreet boutique with erotic and sensual wares since 1974. An advocate for women's sexual freedom, Dell has written pieces that have made their way into the filing cabinets at Cornell University, and her acting talents have graced stages in productions of Eve Ensler's The Vagina Monologues. The shop's shelves reflect her celebration of female sexuality with vibrating and inert accessories and books by Vibratex, We-Vibe, and Je Joue that enlighten ladies as to their bodies' capacities for pleasure. Located on the 12th floor of a midtown Manhattan office building, Eve's Garden proffers a private shopping experience away from the prying eyes of street-level pedestrians and judgmental pigeons.
119 West 57th Street
Manhattan, New York 10019