1 Feb 2012

 

Our top 8 condom tips to celebrate Condom Month this February. There are so many types, shapes and sizes available, whether you like "Kung Fu Sutra" condoms or the art of lust collection, designer brand or plain Jane regular we celebrate loving yourself and others and most of all safe sex!

 

  1. Make sure you get the right size condoms. If the condom doesn't fit, replacement is suggested.
  2. Add a small amount of lubricant in the reservoir tip to heighten his pleasure.
  3. While most condoms are made of latex, there are suitable alternatives for those with allergies.
  4. It doesn't have to break the rhythm to put the condom on. It can be sexy! Try finding novelty condoms to play with: colored, textured, glow-in-the-dark condoms are fun and sexy. You should be able to go from rip to ready in less than ten seconds. Remember that if the condom breaks, you'll need to throw it out and start again with another one.
  5. Stick to water-based lubricants only. Astroglide and Hydra are what we recommend. 
  6. While rolled, the reservoir tip should poke out. Don't use a condom if you have unrolled it. To find which way the condom unrolls, hold it by the edges and gently blow into the center to inflate the reservoir tip. If it is too dark to see the condom or if you don't want to break the mood, pinch the rolled-up edge of the condom with your thumb and forefinger. If condom completely touches your thumb and not your forefinger, that is correct. If not, turn it around.
  7. Remember that 'natural skin' condoms will protect against pregnancy but not STDs.
  8. Do not try to be extra safe by using more than one condom, this causes extra friction which will make the condoms more likely to break.

Remember that condoms can be fun and nothing is sexier than looking after yourself so next time the mood grabs you slip into something sensational as you pursue your passion.

 

8 Nov 2011

Luxury storage for people who value their privacy.

Our customers often share stories about prying eyes and little fingers accessing bedroom toys and accessories that they would prefer to keep hidden away yet still accessible when the mood strikes. We love this stylish and creative solution for discreet storage of toys and many other valuables.

It looks just like a tissue box but this is no ordinary tissue box.

The ToiTissue is designed as a fully functional tissue holder that will hold about an inch worth of tissues in the top. The beautiful cherry wood finish will suit the decor of any room and as long as it is not out of tissues no one would even think to look inside it. To access the storage area just tilt the holder and a drawer perfect for storing small items like cash, jewellery, condoms, smaller novelties and any other personal items that will fit, slides out.

The inner storage area measures 8 inches across the bottom, 3.25 inches from side to side and 1.25 inch of height. Outer dimensions are 9.25" x 5" x 4".

This discreet storage product does not lock; it is designed for easy access at a moment's notice.

ToiTissue is the ultimate in discreet storage.

25 Oct 2011

A lot of women do not know how a garter belt should be placed or where the stockings go. This contraption isn't as complicated as it appears, but you never know until you try!

  • 1. Start off naked and put the garter belt on, closing it so it rests comfortably on your hip bones. It should fit snugly enough to stay in place when it is tugged at from the bottom - it shouldn't be pulled down by the stockings.
  • 2. Slide your stockings on carefully, without twisting. Once your stockings are properly positioned, grab the top of the stocking in front and hook it onto the clip that hangs straight down from the body of the garter belt.
  • 3. Then do the same to the top of the stocking at the back of your leg.
  • 4. Stand straight in front of your mirror and adjust the strap length of each garter as needed.
  • 5. Now put on your thong or panties - over your garter belt. This allows you more..... freedom
13 Oct 2011

Whether you have a family history of breast cancer or you know someone who does, chances are that it's touched your life in some way - after all, one out of every eight women will develop breast cancer.  Thankfully, there's a lot you can do to detect this cancer in its earliest stages.  Love your body by helping it to fight off disease early by doing a breast check or even better - do it together.   

The most important thing is to get to know your breasts - by doing this self-exam consistently, you'll get to know how they feel and look at different points during the month.  It takes only 10-15 minutes, and can even be done in the shower.

Here's How:

  • 1. Lay down and place a pillow under your right shoulder, and your right arm under your head.
  • 2. Using the three middle fingers of your left hand, massage your right breast with the pads of your fingers. Check the entire breast for any lumps or abnormalities. You can move in a circular motion, or up and down-just make sure you use the same motion every month.
  • 3. Continue the motion, extending to the outside of the breast, and to your underarm.
  • 4. Repeat on left side.
  • 5. Next, repeat exam standing up, with one arm behind your shoulder as you examine each breast. Standing or sitting up allows you to feel the outside of the breast more accurately.
  • 6. For added precaution, stand in front of a mirror and squeeze each nipple. Look for any discharge.
  • 7. Take note of any dimpling, redness or swelling.
  • 8. If you notice anything unusual, contact your doctor as soon as possible; it may be nothing to worry about, but it's far better to know than to wonder.

Tips:

  • 1. You can do a portion of the exam in shower. Incorporating it into a normal activity can make it easier to do, and less of a time constraint. Remember to mark your calendar every month as a reminder.
  • 2. Do the self breast exam every month at the same time. Menstruating women should perform it a few days after their period. Women taking oral contraceptives should do the exam on the first day of starting a new pack of pills.
  • 3. Report any change to your physician, even if you feel it is minor.
  • 4. Remind your friends and family members to do their self-exams, too!

 

4 Oct 2011

Assuming lingerie is just about sex is like thinking clothing is just about fashion. It's far more complicated. In fact, the sexiness isn't in the lingerie itself, but in the woman wearing it. No matter how you feel about your body, when you present it in a way that you think is the most beautiful, you're a stunner. You feel alive - and others can sense the quality in you. It's true. Everyone has had those moments when she's felt on - those days when you carry a little spark and people take notice. Lingerie helps create that mood; it helps make those "on" moments happen. It reminds you that you're looking good and that you are worthy of being worshipped, appreciated, and loved. All this might sound superficial or trite, but treating yourself to some lingerie is a way of improving your life that many women deny themselves. - R. Apsan

20 Sep 2011

Panties might seem like an item you can just grab off a sales rack, but the wrong pair can create lumps and lines that can ruin any outfit. That's why finding the best size and style for you (and your clothing) is so important. Still, many women struggle to find a pair they're happy with. If you are lucky enough to have found a favourite that you no doubt want to stockpile, you may find that your one, beloved, tried-and-true style doesn't work under everything. Get the fit right by sizing wisely. It doesn't matter if they are the most gorgeous pair of panties in the world; if they don't fit, they're no good. Take some time to try them on as sizing varies across brands and labels don't necessarily mean much - if you are usually a medium but find the large fits better buy what fits and, if you really hate what the tag reads, cut it out - nobody will know.

14 Sep 2011

There is a misconception that the pleasure capacity of erogenous zones is secondary - that they are not where the all of the action ultimately happens. This could not be further from the truth. Not only do erogenous zones on our bodies turn us on and heat things up, but, making them the sole focus of sex play can result in climax. When coupled with erotic thoughts or fantasies, touching any one of these spots can trigger what's known as an extragenital orgasm or spontaneous orgasm, an orgasm that is reached without genital contact.

When you stimulate any one of these areas, give them as much attention as you would the genitals. Be open-minded to everything they have to offer - there really are no limits. Embracing them as hot spots will enable you to get off in ways you may have been unaware of, ways you've never imagined. Your mindset during sex play is your most powerful tool in helping you attain peaks of pleasure. If you allow your expectation to be "anything can happen," you many end up magnificently, erotically surprised.

30 Aug 2011

The nose is a major source of eroticism and scents can enhance your senses, your mood and can energize your body. Scents can leave an association imprint in your memory and when reencountering that scent a person is more likely to recall not only the event, but also, just importantly, the feeling that went along with it.

Aromatherapy, the use of essential oils to trigger specific effects or results, is especially effective at helping people to associate luscious smells with erotic moments. Certain scents are valuable in increasing attraction and enhancing sex play. If you use essential oils, incense, scented candles, massage oils, or scented soaps in your boudoir you may want to try these fragrances:

  • Earthy, pungent Patchouli relieves stress, increases sexual energy and clears distracting thoughts.
  • Ginger promotes circulation, increases body warmth, and stimulates sexual interest and energy.
  • Jasmine can enhance romantic feelings and increase sexual interest and energy
  • Peppermint promotes circulation
  • Ylang ylang has euphoric, aphrodisiac qualities, increasing blood pressure as well as sexual interest and energy
15 Aug 2011

 

Learn the importance of foreplay
Traditionally, “foreplay" was considered to be something men had to do to get his partner ready for lovemaking. Today, foreplay has become an important part of the whole sexual experience. It is true that a “quickie” without foreplay can sometimes be some of the best sexual experiences, but in general, most women will agree that great sex experiences mean that you learn the importance of foreplay. Learning how to be great at foreplay will bring increased pleasure to both partners, and make the whole sexual experience more enjoyable.

Spice Up Your Sex Life

Especially once the honeymoon is over and with age, both partners will need a little extra spice to get fully aroused and achieve maximum pleasure. Hence you need to learn the importance of foreplay. The man will need to prolong foreplay to get an erection and the woman will need the same to become properly lubricated. Most sex experts agree that there is no such thing as spending too much time on foreplay. The trick is to start intercourse when both partners are peaking with excitement and are having a hard time controlling their desires.

What Is Foreplay?

Enjoy the benefits of learning the importance of foreplay, which can encompass a wide range of activities, including hugging, fondling, undressing, kissing, petting, and performing oral sex. Why is foreplay so important? First of all, men who cuddle and kiss their partners and know how to enjoy sensitive foreplay will often find that their partners will not only enjoy sexual intercourse more, but will also see their partners reach orgasm more easily. Most women need prolonged stimulation in order to reach a state of complete arousal, and foreplay will provide them with the required stimulation.

No Ultimate Foreplay

There is no such thing as the ultimate foreplay, and it is not about pressing the right buttons in the right order. It is about understanding what makes your partner get hot and delivering the things that make her experience intense pleasure. All women are different. Some get off on being lightly kissed all over their necks while others enjoy direct oral stimulation.


There are many ways to give your partner extreme sensations, but one thing is for sure: It all begins in her brain. Simply tell her how beautiful she is and how much you appreciate her sexy body. By complimenting her appearance, especially if her confidence level is low, you are giving her added security and excitement, as well as giving her good reasons to go all out with the foreplay.

Set The Mood

To learn the importance of foreplay you have to know how to set the mood. The next step is paying attention to romantic details. Creating the right environment for sexual intercourse can be crucial, especially at mature stages in the relationship. For example, make sure the room is warm, the lighting subdued, and the sheets clean. Once the mood is right, take the time to undress her because the act of removing your partner's clothes can be an important part of foreplay. Many have found that undressing increases the eroticism, it stimulates and intensifies the feeling.

Often, women spend a lot of money on nice lingerie because it makes them feel sexy and they want it to stay on for a while. Instead of getting her completely naked, remove her bra strap, kiss her shoulder, then put it back on again. Do the same with her underwear, and, again; compliment how good she looks in it.

 

Kissing And Foreplay

During foreplay, go as slow as you can. This will tease her. Begin by kissing and caressing her. A kiss is usually the first physical expression of desire but it is also often forgotten during sexual intercourse. During intercourse, you should kiss every part of your partner's body and not be restricted to the mouth. Most women complain that their partners don't kiss long enough and rush the movement directly to the genital area. Don't be shy to experiment on every part of her body and remember to prolong the foreplay with more kissing and caressing.

A Good Time For Learning

This article focused on the importance of foreplay as it is a learning experience. Foreplay is the perfect time to spend understanding what your partner likes because without that, you will never learn what she really needs to be fully stimulated. Don't be shy; ask for feedback and also give your own. Both partners profit from good communication during foreplay and lovemaking. Also, without cutting the intensity of the moment, ask her what she really likes and what makes her go wild.

The Time Of Her Life

As a general rule, if she is satisfied with her sexual experience, she will usually make sure that you are satisfied as well. Good luck, and remember that only practice makes perfect. Don't ever forget the importance of foreplay.

 

3 Aug 2011

What is the male g-spot?

The male g-spot is located on a man's prostate gland, about 2-3 inches inside his rear end. The main purpose of the prostate gland is related to semen production and urine control. But when the right kind of pressure is applied directly to the gland, the results are pure pleasure. If a man orgasms while his prostate is being stimulated, he can experience orgasms that are 2-4 times more powerful, last 2-4 times longer, and produce a LOT more semen, when compared to "regular" orgasms.

Men and women have known about the intense orgasms that men can experience from male g spot prostate stimulation, but only recently have tools been designed especially for male prostate massaging. What is prostate massaging? Read on to find out!

Why massage my prostate?

So you understand that the male g spot is located on the prostate, and that it is a man's second pleasure center after his penis? Good. The prostate doesn't stimulate itself - which is where prostate massaging comes in. Prostate massage is a way of stimulating the prostate to create pleasurable sensations.

The prostate, like the penis, is full of nerve endings. Through prostate massage, those nerve endings can be excited even to the point of causing you to orgasm without touching your penis. If you masturbate while your prostate is being massaged - all physical sensations are heightened - and you will have to take great care not to orgasm immediately.

How to get started?

The Aneros MGX is a medically researched and designed device that works in harmony with your body's own movements. It stimulates both the prostate and the perineum in a rhythmic motion that builds up to unprecedented male orgasms. The MGX is easy to use and fulfilling for both the beginner and the expert, with progressively rewarding exercises and experiences. Click here for the Aneros