A Step-By-Step Guide To Using Your Electric Toothbrush As A Sex Toy 

Wait, you can use your electric toothbrush as a sex toy? Isn’t that unhygienic? Does anyone really do that? Well, the answers are: yes, not if you do it right, and yes! Throughout history, people have used various everyday objects as sex toys. Since traditional vibrators became popular, people of all genders have enjoyed their gentle vibrations both externally and internally.

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15 Ways To Celebrate Valentine’s Day That Do Not Include Sex

Valentine’s Day is often considered a day when couples carve out time in their busy schedules to do something romantic and have sex. Marketing around Valentine’s Day focuses on lingerie, sex toys, and uber-romantic dates. While there is nothing wrong with making time for sex and trying new things on Valentine’s Day, it may not be right for everyone. Perhaps you do not enjoy sex, or have to avoid it temporarily for a medical reason? Maybe, you simply want to connect with your partner intimately, but without sex? There are plenty of ways to explore intimacy and your partner for Valentine’s Day without having sex. Here are 15 ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day that do not include sex.


15 Fun Facts About Rabbit Vibrators For The Year Of The Rabbit 

With 2023 upon us, the Chinese New Year also approaches. This year is the Year of the Rabbit in the Chinese Zodiac and that reminds us of only one thing: rabbit vibrators! As one of the most popular vibrators on the market, the rabbit has become a household name and a staple of the nightstand drawer. To celebrate the Year of the Rabbit, let’s take a look at 15 fun facts about rabbit vibrators.


Rejecting The Binary With Gender Affirming Sex Toys & Tips On Supporting A Trans Partner

While some transgender and gender non-conforming people may have no issues using these sorts of toys, others can find the experience extremely dysphoric, especially when used with a partner. Additionally, for people who have undergone bottom surgery, traditional sex toys may not work for them due to increased (or decreased) sensitivity or other factors related to surgery. Yet, people in all stages of transition deserve to feel and find pleasure with toys they enjoy and which do not cause dysphoria.


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