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LELO Women’s Day Giveaway Contest

This Contest is Over: Thanks Everyone!

Congratulations to Marina Reid Hale, Maria Casillas, Christine McCall and Heather Scott. You’ve got some great LELO prizes coming your way!


It’s certainly no secret that LELO loves women. In fact, we’d be nothing without you. That’s why March 8th, International Women’s Day, we celebrate all females, and reflect on the remarkable impact women have had on humanity, and also acknowledge how far there is still to go to a time when ‘the fairer sex’ can count on universal fairness.

However your incredible gains, triumphs and advances in empowerment have made LELO possible, and for this we thank you – and if giving away premium pleasure items for free isn’t a great way of saying ‘thank you’, we don’t know what is!

Women's day giveaway

If you’re a user of Pinterest, Twitter or Facebook (or all three), then you’ve got a great chance of winning an amazing new LELO for yourself, or just take advantage of great savings at LELO.com with discount code WD2014, good for 20% off until March 10th.

Each social media platform gives you a chance to win a different LELO, with every 100 entries seeing us giving away another prize – take part in all three and increase your chances of winning!


Win Hula Beads on Pinterest

Pin one – or all three – of the images below, and for every one hundred pins we’ll give away one set of HULA Beads™, our rotating and vibrating pleasure beads. Simply place your cursor over the image you want and click ‘Pin it’, and keep it hashtagged #LELOVEWOMEN so we can find your Pin!

Happy Women's Day from LELO #LELOVEWOMEN Happy Women's Day from LELO #LELOVEWOMEN Happy Women's Day from LELO #LELOVEWOMEN


Win Ora on twitter

Win the amazing new ORA™ personal massager by retweeting the tweet you see below. Again, for every 100 retweets, we add another ORA™ to the prize pool, so tell all the members of your TwitFam!



Entries on Facebook are eligible to win our revolutionary couples’ massager IDA™, which rotates and vibrates to make lovemaking even more fantastic for both him and her.

Tell us in the Facebook comments section you see below; who is the most inspiring woman that you look up to? Make sure that you’re currently logged in to Facebook, and only use the Facebook comments section directly below to have your entry be eligible to win.

Every 100 replies means another winner – feel free to tell your friends.


If you don’t want to take your chances and just need a new LELO in your life right now, just head to LELO.com and use the discount code WD2014 to take 20% off your whole order until March 10th.

Happy Women's Day

About Katy Thorn

Katy Thorn is a post-grad writer with a passion for - and a history of - writing about sex, sexuality and all that it entails. She spends her time running, reading, writing and socialising. Katy has a cat named Feargal, she loves coffee and hates writing bios.

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  1. My Grandmother is the most inspiring woman I know. She is the woman who taught me unconditional love. She places everyone else first and is the first one up and last one to bed. She is not happy unless you are. She is my role model and super heroine.

  2. Each woman in my life are inspirations in their own unique ways!

  3. the most inspiring woman i ever met was my sister in law, she was a quadriplegic and never let that get in her way of enjoying her life

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    My Mom. I will always look up to her. She was smart, strong, independent woman.

  5. My mom is my most inspiring woman. She is the strongest person I know too.

  6. One of the most inspiring woman that I look up to is Simone de Beauvoir. She was a writer, intellectual, philosopher, activist, and feminist. She wrote “The Second Sex” which was part of the foundation for contemporary feminism. She addressed how men would mark women as the “Other” in society, some mystical thing that men don’t understand and don’t have to try to understand which in essence is oppression by hierarchy. And she didn’t discriminate between who she loved. Women and men are both human and at the end of the day I just want to get off too!

  7. The most inspiring woman that I look up to is my beautiful girlfriend, who take care of her three young children and work at the same time.

  8. All the women in my life are amazing but one of the women I admire most is Rebecca Gomperts, the Dutch physician responsible for Women on Waves. She and her crew pick women up in places where their reproductive rights are not respected, sail into international water, performs medical abortions, and takes them home. She and her organization does this after threats, leggings, and being harassed by Portuguese warships. She’s amazing.

  9. I would say my great -grandmother. She raised 4 girls, and half the neighborhood. (Though, I’m prettty sure she’d be rolling over in her grave being mentioned on the Lelo site.) Plus she did it with great pride while living in a polka-dotted house.

  10. I got a twit, saying I actually won, I´m so excited, yet I cant send you guys a DM, apparently bacause you´re not following me, what can I do, so we can proceed with whatever comes next. Thanks.

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