Not intimidating

According to the survey, which polled over 3,000 Americans ages 18 to 60, the idea that vibrators are intimidating to women's sexual partners is largely held by, well, women: while 70 percent of men professed they had no problem with the buzzing sex toys, 37 percent of women either agreed or strongly agreed with the idea that using a vibrator would be upsetting to their partners.

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Her reputation as a cold person became the subject of a book and a superhit movie The Devil Wears Prada, but Vogue editor Anna Wintour maintains that she is not intimidating.

The 61-year-old has been named the 69th on the most powerful women list alongside Diane von Furstenburg, Muccia Prada and Gisele Bundchen.

Wintour has a reputation of being icy and unapproachable but the fashion queen is keen to correct the misconception in an interview to Forbes magazine. And I assure you that all the people who work for me on a day-to-day basis don't think that either.

I think that's just something that's been fabricated by certain elements of the media and once something is out there, particularly in today's world, it just gets exaggerated.

With the upcoming release of "Hysteria," a film about the early medical usage of vibrators to treat women, vibrators appear to be going even more mainstream -- if they haven't already achieved mainstream status.

As we noted previously, low-cost vibrators manufactured by condom brands like Durex, Trojan, and Lifestyles can now be found in your local pharmacy’s personal care aisle.But with public acceptance on the rise and falling prices, are vibrators the magic solution to a better sex life?I just keep my head down and do the job to the best of my ability," Wintour said.Her one nod may make or break someone's career in the fashion world but Wintour does not consider herself powerful. It means you get a better seat in a restaurant or tickets to a screening or whatever it may be.But it is a wonderful opportunity to be able to help others, and for that I'm extremely grateful." Wintour, who has lasted in the magazine for more than two decades, believes that talent should come with a sense of business."..can understand that being talented is obviously important, but that you also have to have a sense of business and being creative and commercial are two words that can work together," she said.

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