The world is a strange and wonderful place. And nothing is a true testament to just how bizarre things can get than if you look at the wide and crazy selection of vibrators out there. Society may have been shaken to its core when the Rabbit was invented, but that was nothing compared to Gaga Vibrator. Why?
Introduction Shockingly many consumers are still vibrator virgins despite hearing from friends or celebrities how great vibrators are. Vibrators as products are surrounded by myths and misconceptions, which deter buyers from maximizing their sexual wellbeing. In order to help you spice up your sex life in a safe and fulfilling manner, we want to tackle these misconceptions and dispel any rumours that may keep you from feeling your best. Solo Fun:
But now with 3D printing on the horizon (I know; it's news to me, too), if you can print your own sex toy at home, will that be the end to an industry? And more importantly would you even print your own sex toy? See the fascinating infographic from Pinkrocket.
Barbara Walters discussed the importance of self-love on 'The View' — physical self love, that is. Find out the creepy yet perfect name she has for her favorite sex toy.
Female masturbation is often a taboo topic but sex coach Sean Jameson provides the tips you need to really enjoy yourself. Read on to learn how to use a vibrator to increase your own sexual pleasure, as well as your overall sex life.
YourTango is like a lot of other offices in a lot of ways. Nice, industrious people, a cool boss, too much caffeine. But there's one way in which we are just a wee bit different from other offices: the toys. And when we say toys, we mean…well, you'll see.
Real women rarely buy those missile-style vibrators used in porn. Come on – they’re 10″ long and made of hard plastic. Seriously, do you really want to play with something made of hard, cheap plastic that looks more like a baseball bat than something you want inside you?
Are you bored with the same old vibrations? If you’ve tried vibe after vibe and aren’t feeling erotically inspired, you’ll be thrilled to hear about the new toy in town. I was so excited when I heard from my friends at Fun Factory, the producers of some of my favorite sex toys. They produce quality sex toys using 100% medical grade silicone and the quality of their German engineering shows in every one of their toys.
"Will I become addicted to my vibrator?" "Once I start using a vibrator, will I be able to climax without it?" "Will using a vibrator make me less sensitive?" These are just a few of the questions that have come up again and again over my ten years as the owner of a successful sex toy business.
To make the sex you're having better, hotter and consistently more orgasmic, you need to pay more attention to foreplay and communication – and you need to learn how to take the lead. Here are six tips to increase your chances of having mind-blowing sex tonight and every night
I received a delightful surprise in the mail the other day, and it got me thinking about sex toys. Full disclosure: I’ve been using sex toys for about 25 years now, and I love them. I like using them when I’m alone, but I LOVE using them with my partner. They’re just part of our repertoire, some go-to items whenever we get into a little sexual rut. But I realize that not everyone is like me, and that some of my readers may be sex toy virgins or newbies. So here’s a rundown of the more common varieties.
Okay, before you get all angry… …thinking I’m taking away one of your favorite toys—hear me out. I’ve told women that I’ve coached to break up with their vibrator and they look at me like I’m asking them to stop playing with the greatest toy that’s ever been invented. They act like a little kid that had their Big Wheel taken away, or their Lite-Brite taken away, or one of their favorite stuffed animals—maybe Elmo—taken away from them.
Hysteria represents women being chemically imbalanced, or to put it simply, a lack of sex. A hysterical woman is clearly sexually starved. She has probably not seen or heard from “Dick” in weeks, months or even, painfully, years. She is chemically imbalanced and her hormones are often going crazy. She knows something is wrong.
Good news for pleasure-seeking, Christian-Grey-loving ladies everywhere: No need to make a separate trip to an adult store or novelty shop to get your latest vibrator. Just check your local drug store.
On assignment for COED, this week I took a historical romp into the wild and wonderful world of vibrators. Good Vibrations in San Francisco kicked open its doors on Thursday for the grand opening of the Antique Vibrator Museum. The exhibit covers the "weird and wonderful" world of vibrators from the 1800s to modern-day.