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As we look forward to 2010, I'm sure there will be a lot of decade retrospectives. I've already see one for the best records. I'm sure we'll see many others as well. Not to be left out, Fleshbot and Babeland have teamed up to bring you a look at how sex toys have changed over the past decade. I would argue they've changed more over the past decade than they have since the Rabbit was born. But, see what you think:*********In these days of platinum vibrators and rubout robots that sync to porn, it can be hard to remember that things weren't always this great on the sex toy front. In fact, just ten years ago, things were very, very different.Fortunately, the team at Babeland has a much longer memory that yours truly?and they were very happy to sit us down and school us on exactly what's changed in the adult novelty arena over the past ten years. So how far have we come? Read on to find out.What, in your opinion, were the best (meaning highest quality, best user experience) toys on the market back in 1999?Rabbit Habit and Rabbit Pearl sales skyrocketed thanks to an appearance by the Rabbit Pearl on Sex and the City in 1998. These vibes (one has an attached battery pack, the other holds batteries in base of vibe), which were already popular among fans of g-spot/clit stimulation (hence our reference to them as "Dual action" vibes), received mainstream legitimacy and started surpassing the Hitachi in sales. It's a much sexier vibe; we sometimes joked that the Hitachi was the vibe of choice for first wave feminists (who had so few choices), but the Rabbit won over the 2nd and 3rd waves! And really, who wouldn't be tempted by the promise of little rotating pearls massaging your sensitive bits while rabbit ears tickle your clit?!For the rest of the story, click here.