From Cedar Grove, NJ: US patent application 20150148720 titled Discreet Sexual Stimulation Apparatus
A device for discretely providing sexual stimulation, the device being in the form of a plush animal having a head portion, a body portion, at least one appendage wherein the head portion includes a face region formed at least in part from an impermeable flexible material, the face region having a hollow interior defining an inner surface including at least one internally mounted vibrator motor provided with a rotatably drivable eccentric mass is securely affixed therein, said vibrator motor positioned in close proximity opposite an outer surface of the face region for transferring vibrations to a region of said face defining a vibration area, said vibrator motor being operatively connected to a power source and a control circuit and wherein said vibration area provides an operative portion for applying vibratory sensations to a part of the human body.
The first published claim:
A device for sexual stimulation comprising: a plush animal having a head portion, a body portion, at least one appendage; said head portion comprising an outer surface of impermeable flexible material which covers at least partially a face region of said animal, said face region having a hollow interior defining an inner surface, wherein said inner surface includes at least one mount for at least one vibrator motor provided with a rotatably drivable eccentric mass is securely affixed therein, said vibrator motor positioned in close proximity opposite the outer surface of said face region for transferring vibrations to a region of said face defining a vibration area, said vibrator being operatively connected to a power source and a control circuit and further wherein said vibration area provides an operative portion for applying vibratory sensations to a part of the human body.
From within the specification:
 Sexual stimulation apparatus are well known and come in a variety of shapes and sizes. They have been commercially available for many decades. For example, the American company Hamilton Beach patented the first electric vibrator available for personal use as opposed to medical usage, making the vibrator the fifth domestic appliance to be electrified, after the sewing machine, fan, tea kettle, and toaster, and about a decade before the vacuum cleaner and electric iron. The home versions soon became extremely popular, with advertisements in periodicals such as Needlecraft, Woman's Home Companion, Modern Priscilla, and the Sears, Roebuck catalog; however, these disappeared in the 1920s, apparently because their appearance in pornography made it no longer tenable for mainstream society to avoid the sexual connotations of the devices.
 In the 1960's the modern "personal" vibrator re-emerged as a by-product of the sexual revolution. In 1966, an application was made for a patent for the "Cordless Electric Vibrator for Use on the Human Body". That application referenced an earlier patent issued in 1940, for a flashlight with phallic shape which left little doubt as to a possible alternate use. The cordless vibrator was patented on Mar. 28, 1968, and was soon followed by such improvements as multi-speed and one-piece construction, which made it cheaper to manufacture and easier to clean.
 Conventional sexual stimulation masturbation apparatuses and devices include dildos, vibrators and the like and are typically made from plastic, metal, silicone, rubber or other similar materials. Many of these devices have a straight or curved shaft that is typically shaped to resemble a phallus. The shaft typically does not include a handle and at best, the shaft may include a bulbous end to assist in a user gripping the sexual stimulation apparatus during use.
 However, because the shaft of a conventional sexual stimulation apparatus does not often include a handle, it is difficult for a user to grip a conventional sexual stimulation apparatus comfortably during use. This can be particularly problematic for women when using these types of devices because of the anatomical position of a woman's vagina in relation to their arms and hands. Thus, a user, and particularly a female user, may experience tension, fatigue, discomfort or pain in their wrist, upper arm, and shoulder and/or back when using a conventional sexual stimulation apparatus when masturbating.
 Without a handle, a conventional sexual stimulation device may be difficult to hold comfortably by a user, and particularly a female user, with their wrist in a natural and comfortable orientation. It is difficult for a female user of a conventional sexual stimulation apparatus to insert the conventional sexual stimulation apparatus comfortably into their own vagina during masturbation and keep their wrist in a natural and comfortable orientation.