Valentine’s Day can be an opprtunity to romance the woman in your life with sexy gifts…or an anxiety-riddled deadline to choose the “perfect” romantic present. Breathe, relax, and use this handy guide to make shopping for a sexy V-Day gift stress-free. Tip #1: Review what she already has (and likes). Before hitting the store, do a little reconnaissance. Look through the toy chest to see what sort of sex toys she already has. If one toy gets used more than the others, that’s a good indication of her preferences. Look at the toy’s design. Is it soft and squishy, or a firm texture? If it vibrates, does it have lots of vibration patterns or one strong steady speed? How big is it? If your partner doesn’t have any toys yet, think about what your sweetie does like. Does she like…
Anything that gets the clitoris more attention is a good thing, in our humble opinion. Clitoral stimulation gels and creams help with arousal, engorgement, and (hopefully) orgasm.
An erection ring is a handy little toy with multiple purposes. Looking at one, you wouldn’t suspect that it would have any effect on your sex life, but don’t be fooled! There are many types of rings and each has a different purpose, making rings a surprisingly versatile toy. Let’s look at different styles of erection rings and talk about how and why they are used.
After being pleasantly surprised by the thoughtfulness and high quality of the lubes and body care products in the Fifty Shades of Grey line, I looked forward to reviewing the toys. In a nutshell, a lot of thought went into the discreet packaging, the thorough instructions, and making the toys useful to beginner users.
Geared for those who want to explore light bondage, the Fifty Shades product line offers items Christian and Ana used in the books along with a selection of lubricants and body-care products. While there are a few items I don’t think are as great at they should be, overall it’s a well-rounded product line of beginner-level, quality products.
Phthalates are plasticizing agents used to soften rubbers, and they are commonly used in the manufacture of sex toys. They have been an object of controversy due to concerns about their safety.
Just about every couple into BDSM started with bedroom bondage experimentation. Regardless of who initiates it, the result is always exciting for both partners.
I often wonder why people try to use a flogger on people’s butts. It is very hard to do, especially if the person is standing. That’s BDSM the hard way! I say: flog backs; paddle bottoms; use slappers, crops and other implements everywhere else. Everyone concerned will be saying, “How can we lose with the system we use!”