announces the marketing launch of the MASCULINE TOILET

The MASCULINE TOILET is in Patent Pending status within the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Global Invention Royalty Analysis was performed by World Patent Marketing (
MIAMI BEACH, Fla. - Nov. 20, 2014 - PRLog -- In a conventional toilet, the toilet bowl and seat have an egg shape. The egg shape is an oval in which one end has a more narrow curvature than the other. The narrow end of the oval is roughly V-shaped and the broader end of the oval is roughly U-shaped. In a conventional toilet, the V-shaped end forms the front of the toilet bowl and the U-shaped end forms the back of the toilet bowl, which is located toward the seat hinge and tank. The narrower curvature at the front of the toilet creates limited space for male genitalia when a man sits on the toilet seat. This limited space can cause contact from male genitalia with portions of the toilet, which is undesirable as those portions may be contaminated from human waste.

Changing the shape of the current toilet system is only half of the equation. The second half of the equation involves changing both (a) the height of the rim (which needs to be increased), and (b) the surface of the water level (which needs to be decreased). This will prevent contact with the water [and its contents] itself, whereas the first solution only prevents contact with the porcelain. The distance between the rim and the water surface needs to be long enough to ensure there is no risk of contact. The average male genitalia is between 5" and 6". However, this invention is designed for those of us who measure longer than that. I estimate that a 12" distance is adequate enough for most well-endowed men, though I would not be surprised if there are cases who need a greater distance. Nevertheless, for the time being, this is a good starting point. An "extra long" [XL] version can always be created if needed.

It is therefore an object of the present invention to provide an improved, sanitary toilet bowl which prevents contact from male genitalia with potentially unsanitary surfaces of the toilet bowl. By preventing contact, the present invention will protect males from infections, diseases, or other health hazards posed by potentially contaminated toilet surfaces. This will further provide men peace of mind when they have to sit down on a toilet seat. The present invention may be used in any facility with restrooms, such as houses, apartments, condos, restaurants, business complexes, and hotels.

The inventor of the MASCULINE TOILET is seeking a third party licensee to manufacture, market and distribute the product under a royalty agreement. Potential licensees in the appropriate industries are currently being targeted as candidates to eventually commercialize the MASCULINE TOILET on a worldwide basis.

According to a comprehensive university study brokered by World Patent Marketing, there is a strong likelihood of this product being successful in the marketplace.

Potential licensees interested in obtaining more information about the MASCULINE TOILET and discussing licensing opportunities with respect to the product can contact the Licensing Department of at or 646-412-5985.

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