Vibrators: They hold a special place in our hearts and in our night stands. But is your man intimidated by your battery-powered best friend or eager to bring it in for a threesome? We asked men: “What do you think about vibrators?”
The doctors Bodansky have written that if the orgasm that most people know now is like the Wright brothers' plane, then the extended massive orgasm, or EMO, is like the space shuttle. Their book, "The Illustrated Guide to Extended Massive Orgasm," offers detailed instructions on how to give an EMO, but it's just as important to learn the steps required to receive one: knowing what pleases all of your senses, learning to relax and receive, and getting into agreement with your body and your life. “Choices present themselves at every moment of our lives,” they write in the first chapter, “and when you choose correctly, you can guide yourself toward a better, more pleasurable existence. But uncovering—the better word is recognizing—these choices often requires an attitude adjustment. That adjustment consists of getting into agreement with what is occurring in your life, for only then can you hope to move on to a higher level.”
Sex toys. They're a personal thing. Some people like, um, "realistic" items; others prefer cute (read: pink). Regardless, they aren't something you want anyone stumbling upon besides you and possibly your closest bed buddy. Enter sex toy in disguise. Not that you want to display on the bookshelf (as girl-tech web site Shiny Shiny suggests), but there certainly won't be any awkward moments between you and Mom when she innocently decides to pick up the place while visiting and, well, stumbles upon aforementioned items, such as the Hello Kitty Keychain Massager, left.
Once upon a time women stayed home and raised families instead of heading out into the workforce. For those enterprising housewives who were looking to turn their free time into extra spending cash there were a host of options. Whether you chose to peddle Mary Kay door-to-door or invite friends over for Tupperware parties, you could always take advantage of your hostess skills to make some extra dough. Flash forward to 2008. Money is tight these days, even in two-income homes. Everyone is looking for part-time work to help make ends meet, and there are some delicious new options for a 21st century gal.
Tune in: This Sunday marks the final show for Sue Johanson's Talk Sex. The show was borne from a 1984 Canadian radio show, where Johanson spoke on practical advice and STDs. It blossomed into a full-fledged sex-talk show (vibrators, G-spots, and anal, oh my!) on the Oxygen network, which has hosted the program over the last six years.
No longer a suburban secret, sex parties just might be the next vibrator, a sexual thrill once kept hidden and now gleefully embraced by women from all walks of life. And like vibrators, sex parties come in more flavors than Ben and Jerry's. From classic swinger events to nightclubs that provide beds, to pansexual celebrations of the erotic divine, people are coming together all over the country to flirt, fondle and f**k—however their hearts (or other body parts) desire.
If reading this morning's Love Buzz about America Unzipped (which reveals our nation's surprising penchant for kinky sex) has left you wondering what you're missing in the bedroom, check out Babeland for 20% savings on the site's "Best of 2007" sex toys. The female-friendly retailer features instructions on how to choose and use vibrators, lubricants and other sexy accoutrements, including books and DVDs. Babeland rates each vibrator by volume and intensity, so you can choose one based on your desired level of discretion (or indiscretion). Prices range from $12 for the diminutive "Silver Bullet" to $72 for the infamous Sex and the City "Rabbit." www.babeland.com
Most women can orgasm through masturbation. The clitoris is sensitive enough that many ladies can get off by playing with it. But what about the poor g-spot? It's the hot-button question among friends brave enough to ask: Can you orgasm from intercourse alone?
Even the most satisfying sexual relationships can use a jumpstart from time to time. If you've foundation of trust; exploration eachother on new sexual levels with erotic toys and games can add fire to a relationship on many levels. Dr. Hilda Hutcherson. sex columnist and expert, walks you through the hottest tools of enticement.