New York Toy Collective Proudly Introduces The Trans Masc Pump

By on May 7, 2020

New York, NY – Award-winning gender expression products manufacturer New York Toy Collective is proud to debut the company’s first new product offering of 2020, the Trans Masc Pump.

Designed for queer, transmasculine, and non-binary (also referred to as NB or enby) bodies, the Trans Masc Pump increases sensation and stimulation to the user’s genitals. Featuring a custom translucent cylinder (3” long, 1.25” diameter), made amazingly comfortable due to its wide, flanged base, the easy-to-use design ensures the user can achieve instant and comfortable growth. The kit includes one cylinder and one pump; the pump comes with a release valve.

In an industry first, the Trans Masc Pump also offers trans visibility in its packaging design. Featuring a graphic of a person after top surgery, in addition to the transgender pride symbol, the packaging allows retail partners to proudly show their support of trans and queer communities on their shelves and websites, while offering a product specifically tailored to those customers’ needs.

“We have always believed in the significance of representation and visibility on retail shelves,” says NYTC co-founder Chelsea Downs. “We want trans and non-binary folx to feel our community’s specific needs are valid and represented in the adult and wellness industries, when they see this product and its packaging.”

The Trans Masc Pump may be purchased directly from the NYTC retail website at Interested retailers and distributors are encouraged to contact NYTC to place their wholesale orders; the NYTC Trans Masc Pump is also available for case-lot retail sales for non-traditional sales avenues, such as studios and content creator promotional buys.

Founded in 2012, New York Toy Collective creates high-quality intimacy toys and products for all forms of gender affirmation, ranging from packers, STP products, binders, accessories, and more. The first and only company to use 3D technology to allow consumers to create pleasure products molded after their own bodies, NYTC Co-Founders Chelsea and Parker have always been technology-forward, consistently embracing new ideas to enhance consumers’ personal lives in a way which is affordable, body-safe, and durable, with a functionality which allows for both a continued physical and emotional connection for the end user.

NYTC’s products have been embraced by both adult and mainstream media, including The New York Times, Times Magazine, Huffington Post, Motherboard, Jezebel, Fleshbot, Cosmopolitan, and more; its popular Mason was featured in the television series Transparent’s second season, and Orange is the New Black star Ruby Rose featured the company’s best-seller, Shilo, in their gender-identity-focused “Break Free” music video.

Boasting 5-star reviews since its inception, 99% of NYTC’s products are made in the USA, of premium, platinum-based silicone, and are odorless, boilable, and dishwasher-safe. The products are also hypoallergenic, non-toxic, and free of phthalates, have a soft, life-like feel, and are incredibly durable.

“We have remained open throughout the COVID-19 shutdown, and have been getting the word out about our Pump on social media,” adds Downs. “And the sales and enthusiasm for our Pump have exceeded our expectations! Our customers are definitely a community that is always interested in exploring self-pleasure, and are open to trying new products; we’re excited to offer a high-quality, and accessibly-priced, addition to their self-exploration during this time of uncertainty.”

Winner of the 2020 XBIZ Awards’ LGBT Pleasure Products Company of the Year, Chelsea Downs and her company are profiled in this month’s XBIZ Premiere; to read the full interview and article, visit and scroll to Pages 46 – 48.

A company driven by technology and innovation, but also with the understanding of how emotional connection is vital to gender expression, NYTC believes your body shouldn’t limit your sexual possibilities, and is committed to providing products with that goal in mind.

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