It's safe to say most people know the general purpose of lube; that purpose being to "wet the pipes" for smoother sexual sailing. But lube is good for much more than a quick pre-intercourse application. That little tube can bring intensified pleasure, longer-lasting sex and some pretty kinky foreplay, too.
We understand that we spend a lot of time talking about condoms - when you are a Condom Subscription Service, you tend to do that. But what we have come to realize is we don't spend near enough time discussing the fun and sexy personal lubricants that can add more than a little zing to your next encounter. These days, personal lubricants are not only about helping with vaginal dryness, they have been updated to support you in reaching new heights of pleasure.
Looking to liven up your sex life this Valentine's Day? Whether you're married or have been dating for a little while, certain accessories can take your intimate pleasure to the next level.
The cool breezes of autumn may have you looking for something a bit more human than a pillow to snuggle with. As you start the hunt for fall romance—or continue with your current relationship—a new survey from the makers of Wet personal lubricants has a few tips to share.
Is the hot August weather making you horny? Chances are, it is. According to a new survey by the makers of Wet personal lubricants, 95 percent of people think sweaty sex is hot.
By now we've all seen the K-Y commercials featuring ordinary couples whose sex lives are sparked by the addition of personal lubricant into their boring bedroom routines. In the K-Y Intense commercials, a woman explains how "her moment" is enhanced by K-Y's female arousal gel. In the Yours + Mine commercials, married couples tell us how "his and hers" lubricants that are "thrilling for him, exciting for her" combine to form a sexual experience that leaves them spent and strewn across the bed. If you don't use lube, this sex writer helps you decide which one to try.
It’s vacation time! Summer is in full swing and here in MA we’re having the warmest, sunniest summer I can remember. It got me thinking about how to make a vacation getaway with your partner even steamier. 1. Schedule a little time just for the two of you. Send the kids to grandma’s (as we did this past weekend) and the pets to the kennel. Resist the temptation to meet up with friends for at least one full day. 2. Sample the best of summer foods, and feed them to each other. Any food can be an aphrodisiac if it’s presented properly. The Thai Butter Mussels on the beach Sunday were out of this world—so good we had seconds. 3. Lube each other up… with sunscreen, of course (where did your mind go with that?!). Sunburns are definitely not sexy, but having your partner run their slippery hands all over your body is pretty hot.
Tonight, Bravo will air their latest episode of Kell on Earth, in which Kelly Cutrone takes a trip to Babeland, one of our absolute favorite (sex) toy shops. Bravo initially wasn't going to air that segment of the episode—supposedly because it didn't fit in seamlessly with the storyline—but Cutrone put her foot down and some quick editing was done. Because everyone's favorite fashion PR guru wanted women to know: shopping for sex toys is fine…and fun!
Not that we're complaining—being fellow Earthlings and all—but it seems that just about everything and its cheap knock-off is "going green" these days. But no green lifestyle is complete without some eco-friendly habits in the bedroom. With these four environmentally friendly sex tips and products at your disposal, it sure brings a new meaning to being sustainable in bed, eh?
Is the word "cougar" too derogatory to keep using? What happens when we throw out the dating rules? Sometimes brides get drunk and wake up in a crate of vodka. Some lube news (finally). Some women think you should have to change your name once married. The cascading effect of talking sexy on Saudi TV is felt by a local station. Some men prefer to marry pillows, get over it.
NYU professor Ronald J. Moglia asked a male and female student to lead the lube demonstration. The female student made a "penis" with two fingers and the male student made a "vagina" by cupping his hand into an O. Condoms were put on the "penis," one with KY Jelly lube and one without. The students then simulated sex with their hands to point out that sex with a condom and lube can be safe and pleasurable.