Using your electric toothbrush to masturbate safely? Check out these tips for safely using your electric toothbrush as an easy (and shall we say, effective), vibrator.
Scientists have confirmed what we already knew, the summer months really are the sexiest months 😈. Swimsuits, gauze tops, cool drinks, beaches and pools are just as hot as the temperatures. All that increased Vitamin D boosts female libido and reduces depression, so it’s no wonder more people have sexier Summers, after all no-one ever said they wanted a winter fling? 😊
Women love women, and women love lesbian porn – and its not only lesbian and bisexual women enjoying woman-on-women porn! Straight women enjoy lesbian porn as its often more realistic and features more body types, foreplay, sex toys, softer sex, and is easier to relate to for most women. In our latest blog we talk about why women love women, threesomes and lesbian sex.
Last year, we posted a blog about NSFW ASMR. However, within the world of NSFW audio, there is an entire budding industry that includes genres, actors, and a surprising cash flow. One of the more interesting genres in this industry is known as JOI. We talked with voice actress, Cinnnamon Sugar, who creates JOI, NSFW, and SFW audios.
As America is busily getting ready to celebrate all the unique freedoms they enjoy this July 4th, from fireworks, parades and concerts to family gatherings and barbeques; here at Erosscia we want to encourage women globally to celebrate a unique freedom that every woman can give to herself – their sexual independence. So what does it mean to be sexually independent? Well, fundamentally it means that you have freed yourself from the opinions of others and you live your life according to your own sexual vibe. It can also mean that you feel liberated enough to express yourself sexually and confidently in whatever way you want with no shame! Feeling free to enjoy expressing yourself in whatever way feels right and celebrating your body shape and pleasure is uniquely your own sexual independence!
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.
Asexual Doesn’t Mean Apleasure! Sex toys are for everyone! While the world of pleasure products is often portrayed within cisgender, heterosexual relationships, people of all identities enjoy the unbridled pleasure that sex toys can bring. With Pride Month in full swing, we are committed to recognizing the many communities within the greater LGBTQIA+ community. One community that often gets ignored in sex toy discussions is the asexual, or ace, community. An asexual person experiences a lack of sexual attraction and may or may not experience romantic attraction. Just like all gender and sexuality, asexuality exists on a beautifully diverse spectrum! Read on to find out more about asexual identity and how asexual people and their partners might incorporate sex toys...
Tomorrow is the day; you’re finally flying away to new adventures! You’re opening your big suitcase and start adding your favorite clothes, your favorite items (like a cheeky travel vibrator), and finally the things you really need! Then, like 90% of women traveling with a sex toy, you might have this natural reaction: “Mmm... Is it actually safe to travel with Mr. Wiggles?
Within only the English language, there have been thousands of slang terms and euphemisms for the vagina and vulva. Some of these terms have lasted hundreds of years with little to no change to the word itself. Let’s look at some of the common words used in English-speaking countries for female genitalia and where these words come from.
If you’ve ever bought a vibrator, you may notice some come with warning labels or extremely specific instructions on how and where to use it. While we advocate for always using devices as they are intended, especially if using a toy such as kegel balls or vibrators for medical purposes. However, if just using it for fun, there are ways you can safely experiment with your sex toys with a partner or alone.