Masturbation Girl Game HappyPlayTime Banned From Apple Store Over Sex Education App Plans

Patrick Frye

A masturbation girl game called HappyPlayTime was intended to be a “sex education game whose aim is to eliminate the stigma around female masturbation.” But apparently Apple felt this topic matter was way too much for the Apple Store and denied its application to be published.

In a related report by The Inquisitr, a substitute teacher masturbating in a hallway was caught by school officials. But that’s still not as disturbing as the so-called “cheese pervert” who needs swiss cheese in order to orgasm.

In this case the masturbation girl game, the focus is on Happy, “your friendly neighborhood vulva.” The goal of the game is to teach women that “loving your body, in every way, is not a sin. No more shame, no more secrets. This little vulva is on a mission: to free the world from a silly social stigma.” In order to pull this off, players swipe and pat the character called Happy. Screenshots also show images of scented candles and sex toys being used by Happy.

Even though HappyPlayTime is supposed to be about sex education, developer Tina Gong says the Apple Store would not even allow it be published with a 17+ rating. She relates the story:

“The reason given was that ‘the concept was not something that Apple wants to go forward with.’ I knew I was taking a chance with building the game natively but I was optimistic, as our app was created with a mission and with the best of intentions. The reviewer herself sounded sympathetic, but it seemed like it wasn’t something she could control. A few minutes after the call, I got the rejection email in my inbox.”

Gong is considering porting her masturbation girl game to the Android platform, but even then she’s not guaranteed that Google will allow it onto Google Play. She’s also considering doing a web browser version of the game if all else fails.

But to put this masturbation sex education into perspective, in the United States some sex education programs tell junior high students about grinding and anal sex in addition to masturbation and other topics. Researchers from Australia also claim that female masturbation keeps women healthy:

“For women, masturbation can help prevent cervical infections and urinary tract infections through the process of “tenting,” or the opening of the cervix that occurs as part of the arousal process.Tenting stretches the cervix, and thus the cervical mucous. This enables fluid circulation, allowing cervical fluids full of bacteria to be flushed out.”

Do you think the Apple Store was right to ban the HappyPlayTime game even though it was focused on sex education?