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Slides from a presentation it produced were posted on Twitter and were retweeted thousands of times. The company said it had wanted to help developers test sex tech products and that its work had been "twisted". The presentation was posted on Twitter by Stu Nugent, brand manager at the An toy label Lelo, after he was sent the pitch. The slides, seen by the BBC, say that "there womeh no reliable way to be sure a woman has an orgasm". They list statistics about women who have faked climaxes. Relida said its idea was still in development and the presentation was not intended for publication.
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The company said it had wanted to help developers test sex tech products and that its work had been "twisted". The presentation was posted on Twitter by Stu Nugent, brand manager at the sex toy label Lelo, after he was sent the pitch.
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The slides, seen by the BBC, say that "there is no reliable way to be sure a woman has an orgasm". They list statistics about women who have faked climaxes. Relida said its idea was still in development and the presentation was not intended for publication. All three have recently appointed a woman in their leading role for the first time.
Baroness Hale is the latest, continuing her trailblazing career by being named as the president of the Supreme Court on Friday. She bbd closely behind Jodie Whittaker's headline-grabbing casting as TV's first female Doctor, while Cressida Dick became the first woman to take charge of London's police force in its year history earlier this year. That trio have, between them, ended years of male dominance.
Yet there are plenty of renowned British institutions where a woman is still to reach the summit. Here are a selection: Chancellor of the exchequer The man in the job Philip Hammond is the top dog at the Treasury - the latest in a long line of men. He was appointed in July as the government's chief financial minister.
Along with prime minister, foreign secretary and home secretary, it's regarded as one of the four great offices of state, but while the others have all had female occupants, the wait for the womsn female chancellor goes on. The first chancellor listed by the government's website was Sir Richard Sackville in Tl years and counting Following the Brexit referendum, Andrea Leom was briefly one of the favourites to become the next chancellor.
Yet she had set her sights on the biggest prize - becoming prime minister.
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But after losing out to Theresa May, she was then overlooked for the chancellor role. There were rumours Amber Rudd, the home secretary, was lined up for the role this year - but that was seemingly dependent on the Conservatives claiming a landslide victory in June's general election. A hung parliament put paid to that. Mrs May's weakened position meant Mr Hammond kept his grip on the job.
It's a mere 1, years since St Augustine was the inaugural archbishop.
Of course a woman - the Queen - holds the title of the supreme governor of the Church, but there has not yet been a woman who has taken up that archbishop role. The last time this job was vacant, a female candidate wasn't a viable proposition.
Women couldn't even be considered for bishop positions. That all changed in November when the Church of England voted to allow females into the role, following decades of wrangling over the issue. Two months later, Libby Lane was consecrated as its first woman bishop.
Rachel Treweek went one step further as the Bishop of Gloucester, becoming the first female to be in charge of a diocese. By Novembereight women had been made bishops. Lord Reith, the corporation's founder, was the first - and the longest serving - beginning his year fo in Any women contenders?
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Not last time around - Lord Hall was approached directly for the role following the reation of George Entwistle after just 54 days in the job. The BBC Trust didn't speak to anyone else. Helen Boaden and Caroline Thomson were strong contenders to replace Mark Thompson inbefore Entwistle got the nod. Last year, Anne Bulford was named Lord Hall's second in command - the first woman to be deputy director general.
For rivals Channel 4 a female leader is more imminent.