VIP Interview With Hypnotherapist Dr Janet Hall About Painful Sex

Hypnotherapist Dr Janet Hall

Getting professional help is one important step you can take to improve your sexuality lifestyle and relationships.  With guidance from a sex expert, you will be able to develop a better understanding on how psychology impacts sexual performance in the bedroom.

Aside from gaining information, there are various techniques which work that include motivation and hypnotherapy. With the advancements of technology, these techniques can be used in the comfort of your home.

Hypnotherapy is commonly used to encourage and empower people to make constructive changes, in a step to develop new styles of behaviour in attempt to change how thoughts have been networked together. It is often used for people who have phobias, ingrained negative thinking patterns, illogical worries, stress related problems and overwhelming feelings which may bring on feelings of pain.

Within people’s sexual lifestyles these topics may include problems with erection problems, achieving astounding orgasms, become sexually empowered, manage painful sex and the prevention of premature ejaculation.

Dr Janet Hall specialises in hypnotherapy which helps people who experience the symptoms of painful sex.

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Health conditions where people experience pain during sex include:

  • Vaginismus: Vaginismus is the uncontrollable spasms of the vaginal muscles which can cause intense levels of pain for varying lengths of time and which can stop penetration during intercourse. The male partner often says :It feels like my penis is hitting a brick wall”.
  • Vulvodynia: Vulvodynia is a chronic illness where a women experiences pain in her external organs including the clitoris, labia and vaginal opening. Medical professionals are often able to explain what causes it. It may be nerve damage under the skin as often it all looks healthy. However it is super sensitive and the best test of it is to hold a cotton bud to the skin. If this causes pain – it’s vulvadynia!
  • Dyspareunia: Dyspareunia is painful sex which is caused by medical and psychological reasons. Some people who have Dyspareunia experience the pain on the genitlia and some may experience the pain deeper in the pelvic area.
  • Menopause: Menopause is a natural stage in a women’s life where her estrogen levels lowers to the point where menstruation stops completely. It is often experienced by women aged between 40 to 61 but can also happen to women in their 20s and 30s. During Menopause the vaginal tissue may thin out which can women more prone to experience irritation and pain during penetrative sex.

In hypnotherapy, the hypnotist will induce an altered state of deep relaxation (it is not a state of deep sleep) through talking to the person with a soothing voice. During this time the person’s breathing and pulse rate slows down.

They may still be mindful of what is happening around them and are in complete control of their body, so they will not do anything they don’t want to do.

Whilst they are in this state the trained professional provides suggestions which are tailored to their needs. The method uses psychological and communication techniques so it works on a deep subconscious level. It will only work if the hypnotised person has consented to accept them. You cannot be placed into hypnosis against your will which is why it is often called self-hypnosis. Hypnosis is most likely to work on you have a decent imagination, enjoy reading a book or watching movies and you have sturdy attention levels.

We have spoken to Dr Janet Hall, a Clinical Psychologist and Hypnotherapist about how her work impacts people’s sexual lifestyles especially people who experience painful sex.

Tell me about yourself

Dr. Janet Hall: My work in private practice, writing, media, work-shops and public speaking is always aimed at helping people to learn user-friendly ways of understanding how to change behaviour to achieve happy, resilient lives as individuals, partners and families.

I became interested in the challenge of working with adults and teens about sexual behaviour and healthy partnering and have recorded seventeen audios and written two paperback books and fifteen ebooks on sexuality (Sex-Wise Teens and Sex-Life Solutions). These all sell online at amazon and audible as well as my own online shop at www.drjanethall.com.

In my book – Sex-life Solutions (Finch Publishing, 2004) – I explain that sexual difficulties in couple relationships are common, however they can be readily overcome.

Often, the difficult part for couples is talking about them together. This needs to happen, as all too often these problems can lead to the breakdown of the relationship or limit a person’s ability to have intimate relations at all.

Sex-Life Solutions discusses ways to overcome common anxieties, problems with performance or rejection, and patterns from the past that can be a block to a happier relationship.  The book addresses the differences between men and women in terms of how they behave, think and feel about such personal issues.

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Book: Sex Life Solutions

The book is a practical guide that offers step-by-step directions for talking together and solving sexual difficulties. With the help of case studies it examines:

  • How to deal with the difficulties created by different perceptions and anxieties – which include misunderstandings about sex and negative judgements of masturbation.
  • How women can deal with specific anxieties about sex, problems with orgasms, and the fear of painful sex.
  • How men can deal with their specific anxieties about sex, erection and ejaculation difficulties.
  • How to overcome mismatched libido (desire discrepancy), the problems couples experience due to limiting beliefs about sex, and difficulties caused by our busy or stressful lifestyles.

I aim to give people confidence to confront problems in this intimate area, deal with any anxieties and learn how to feel safe with their sexuality.

What is your inspiration for becoming a clinical psychology and hypnotherapist?

Psychology fascinates me because it facilitates discovery of ways to understand learning, behaviour and how to help people prevent, manage and solve problems with their lives.

I love to use hypnosis as an adjunctive tool where it greatly assists time-valued outcomes.  You can program for success without having to get out into the real world and make mistakes! Sometimes hypnosis is like a magic wand!

What did you study?

I have a Masters Degree in Psychology and a PhD.

What are your favourite quotes that inspire you?

“What will you do with this one and only precious life?” Mary Oliver

“Every day’s a new day – a chance to wipe the slate clean and start again.”

“Positive thinking may not work every time, but negative thinking does.”

My favorite quote is my signature on my emails:

“You’ve got to sing as if you don’t need the money

You’ve got to love as if you’ll never get hurt

You’ve got to dance as if there’s nobody watching

It’s got to come from the heart if you want it to work!”

I like quotes which help me move forward with excitement for positive living.

Is Hypnotherapy what you see in the movies? For example, the hypnotist waving a pocket watch in front of the patients face saying “You are getting very sleepy”.

That is stage hypnosis where there is smoke and mirrors and not at all like medical hypnosis which is what qualified professionals use.

Explain what is in your hypnotherapy?

Dr Jan’s Hypnosis Benefits

  1. Dr Jan’s sex-therapy tips help “prime” and endorse the conscious mind with healthy sex facts.
  2. Hypnosis then helps the unconscious mind heal any past inaccurate or painful programming and then reprogram for a successful sex-life.
  3. The body is then free to be relaxed and ready for arousal and experience sensational sex.

Too often we have been conditioned to view our sexual bodies as less than perfect. Because of this we have to use corrective imagery and sensory awakening to restore proper feeling and functions. Hypnosis trains you to change your inner view and explore your real feeling. Negative memories, no matter how distant in the past, have a tendency to be the cause of reduced pleasurable sensations because of the extreme vulnerability of sexuality to negative thinking.

What does hypnotherapy feel like to the patient?

It feels like a state of relaxation where the body is so comfortable the mind can begin to imagine just about anything the hypnotist suggests.

What types of suggestions will you make to help women who experience painful sex?

Sex should be a pleasurable experience which you anticipate with delight.

Hypnosis can help you to focus on the pleasure and relax to enjoy the intimate connection with your partner that you deserve.

Hypnosis can help reduce painful sex by distracting you from fear.

Patients with anxiety disorders frequently become absorbed in the fear state. Their anxiety responses generate further thoughts concerning the danger posed by the symptoms and their inability to cope.

Hypnosis can provide an adaptive and useful method of reducing this reactivity to the anxiety-producing situation and to the symptoms that may follow.

In my audio recording called  How to have Pain Free Sex through Hypnosis there is a beautiful scene where I take you into a forest where you come to a lovely leafy glade and bathe beneath a waterfall to take away all your upset about discomfort in sex.

You wait for your lover to come and then you enjoy pleasurable love-making with satisfaction.

How many sessions of hypnotherapy do you need for it to begin working? Do you need to do maintenance sessions?

The number of sessions varies and the hypnotherapist can never really predict how many someone will need. However hypnosis can often make positive changes in 2 or 3 sessions if the person is motivated.

The hypnotherapist will often make a recording for the person so they can continue to listen to the positive suggestions on a daily basis –just before going to sleep can be a great time to listen.

Personal motivation can be a strong impacting factor on people’s sexual lifestyles.

What types of thoughts would you recommend people tell themselves?

I am a good person. I do the best I can in all situations. I deserve to enjoy life and experience the sexual pleasure which is my birthright.

I am good enough. I don’t have to compare myself with others because always there will be someone who is better and someone who is worse than me.

Does telling ourselves positive thoughts on a daily basis change our thinking pattern?

Positive thinking is wonderful to lift our spirits and help us

“turn lemons into lemonade”.

We may need to write positive thoughts down and memorize them and say them over and over for them to really change our thinking. That’s why a hypnotherapist’s recording can be so useful.

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1 Vital Trick To Master An Instant-O

Evolved Instant-O An Oral Sex Toy

The Satisfyer Pro is one of my most treasured sex toys and remains a popular choice for so many women coming into the Oh Zone Adult Lifestyle Centres looking for a unique product. The Satisfyer range of suction/pulsing clitoral stimulators make for extremely intense orgasms in and out of the bath with many shapes and designs to suit different tastes.

In the past when women asked me if they should choose between a sex toy such as the Satisfyer Pro or a vibrator, I had always found it a struggle to help them decide between one or the other. They both have such unique capabilities that offer amazing pleasure, for me it was like choosing between dark chocolate or red wine (I choose both of course but I also understand that not everyone has that option!!).

Faced with this conundrum, I was impressed to see the arrival of The Shot Toys Hiky All-In-One vibrator and clitoral stimulator. It solved the problem of having to choose and with its ability to control the 3 different stimulators, was a great option for those desiring to have both at an affordable price.

Of course after a while the novelty of new technology wears off – not unlike the excitement of my Nokia 3310 Mobile fading away when phones with cameras came out – and I started wondering why there was not a toy that could do both at the same time. The traditional rabbit vibrators offer dual vibration for simultaneous vaginal and clitoral stimulation however I was not aware of any dual clit suction and vibrators until recently.

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About The Evolved Instant-O Vibrator

The Evolved Instant-O vibrator, new to the Oh Zone Adult Lifestyle Centres, is the latest toy on my ridiculously long sex toy wish list. It offers users a uniquely pleasurable and intense experience – think oral sex for your clitoris with a vibrating shaft internally…just wow!!

The Instant-O measures 8.5” in total length with the insertable shaft 4.5” and 1” in width. The shaft features 4 ridges which is perfect for those who like a ribbed texture, with the bulbous end slightly curved intended for superb G-Spot stimulation.

This vibrator is made from fluorescent pink silicone with a beautifully silky feel. The handle is pearl white ABS plastic and features 3 control buttons which light up blue so as not to lose it in the dark when in use. This vibrator is USB rechargeable and features two separate motors-one for the clitoral suction stimulator and one for the vibrations. The vibrations are really deep and rumbly with 8 different vibrations settings however it is slightly on the noisier side compared with other toys so keep this in mind if you’re shy and your share house has paper thin walls.

When I first laid eyes on the Instant-O, I noted that the clitoral suction stimulator is reminiscent of a musical instrument – trumpet like with enough coverage to completely cover the entirety of ones’ clitoris. The suction on this toy is super powerful-when placing my finger or thumb inside the stimulator, the suction was strong enough to carry the weight of the whole vibe. Now this alone would make for intense feels never mind combining it with a vibrating shaft!! So if you care to take my advice, let me assure you that this toy is not for the faint-hearted!!

I see this sex toy as a perfect option for women who do not like to have to do a great deal when self-pleasuring. The Instant-O is the type of toy where all that is needed is to hold it in place, lay back and let it work its magic. For women who like to move the shaft in and out, this toy can be used for this however the clitoral stimulator needs to be kept still for the suction to be felt so you would have to sacrifice this feature for in/out penetration.

Now I Have One Serious Complaint

Now I have one serious complaint for Evolved and it involves the very important instruction manual. They have got the buttons mixed up when explaining which is the On/Off and the Shaft vibrator control. Luckily I am an expert at turning sex toys on so figured it out with no dramas however I recommend that if you are buying it from the Oh Zone Adult Lifestyle Centres you have the friendly staff to show you the correct functions.

How To Take Care Of The Evolved Instant-O

The Instant-O is not waterproof so cannot be used in the bath or shower. This is a downfall especially when it comes to being able to give it a thorough clean under a tap so I would recommend using an antibacterial toy cleaner spray or wipes to keep it spick and span.

The Evolved Instant-O comes with a 5-year warranty so in the case of any manufacturing faults it is reassuring to know it will be covered. The process is quite simple with an online form easy to access and fill. Just be sure to keep hold of your proof of purchase.

The Evolved Instant-O is a brilliant vibrator with a unique combination of functions. I recommend getting in quick before they sell out!!

About the author: Sophie is a consultant from Oh Zone Adult Lifestyle CentresSave

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A Tribute To My Favourite Erotic Art

Famous Gay Erotic Art Work

At some point after the Renaissance and before the glossy pages of Abercrombie or Playgirl, Male-Male homo erotic art became a thing of the shadows. A taboo so awful it would lead to death in many places as there were also many other dangers of revealing a person’s sexuality. Many artists took on pseudonyms to express their work without persecution others went further and put their works out to the world without a name to credit the works.

The era of Male Erotica that most tickle my fancy are the Artist that came between the 1950’s and the 1990s. The art work that filled pages of dirty magazines of the time. During this time artists weren’t being persecuted for their art, but still many artists had shadow careers. They would work 9-5 under their real name and would work for magazine publications like “Physic” and “Pictorial” (no longer in existence) and after those came the glossy “Adult” magazines we’re used to today. I worry that this form of Art will continue to be less and less to a point no one knows about it. The Internet Porn industry is a real powerhouse when it comes to making past erotica irrelevant. The stimulus from today’s porn market is so strong that it has become a leading addiction in today’s society. Yes! A full blown addiction to porn.

Personally, I am much more a fan of the erotica of imagery and illusion than from the graphic in your face of today’s porn videos. Don’t get me wrong porn is great for what it is, but I still enjoy the subtle nuance that Erotica gives you; the subtle sexual energy without the overloading energy of the climax.

Porn (Specifically gay porn) on the internet today is all an overly glamorised produced fantasies with little wiggle room for the viewer to place themselves into the fantasy. The story lines are either so far-fetched you can’t put yourself in it. Or the scene is so graphic and fast paced you find yourself just watching for the climax rather than for the fantasy.

Something I love as a fashion lover, as well as a sex educator, is that during the 50’s-70’s many of the top fashion labels employed Artists to help draw the collections. These artists also drew some of the best Home Erotic art pieces still to this day.

George Stavrinos

George Stavrinos was a design artist who worked for the likes of Bergdorf Goodman, He worked on numerous collections for the fashion tycoon. And while I do admire his contributions to women’s fashion it is his black and white Pencil Drawings of the male figure I love so much.

George Stavrinos, Design Artist
Image: George Stavrino’s Artwork

Robert W Richards

Robert W Richards another American artist who garnered fame as an artist drawing for the fashion industry. Richards was flown around the world throughout the 60’s to draw collections in Paris, Milan and the like. After pouring his talents into other people’s passions Richards went to work for himself drawing portraits of men in various states of undress or in some… compromising positions. While I do lean toward Black and white drawings more for some reason. I love Richards’s subtle use of water colour amongst his pieces.

American Artist, Robert W Richards
Image: Robert W Richard’s Artwork

Touko Valio Laaksonen

This time a Finnish artist who started his art career after a career as Second Lieutenant of the Finish Air Force during WWII. Clearly not a time during which being openly gay was not an option. Touko submitted his drawings to American publications in the late 50’s under the name Tom. Touko’s art was heavily influenced by his time in the military often depicting Homo erotic scenarios involving multiple men in uniform. His artwork continued to express the trends of the time with a heavy focus on the biker leather apparel. Touko is accredited for designing the physic men wanted but didn’t know. If you hadn’t put the two together Touko from Finland might be the most notable or at least recognisable Homo Erotic Artist Tom of Finland.

As time and social norms have moved forward so too has the Homo erotic art form. While I still love the classic stylings of the forbearers of this art, I can’t write about my favourite Homo erotic art without talking about a couple of current artists that I love.

Finnish Artist Touko Valio Laaksonen
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Matthew Conway

I have the utmost respect for Matthew and his style as it is the most complimentary to portrait art with a slight nod to the Erotic artist of the 50’s and 60’s. Perhaps I’m just reminded of this because of his pencil work. Matt works mostly with Heterosexual men who pose in various states of dress, Matt is able to capture individual eroticism from each of these unique guys. Without artists like Matt, this art form will be forgotten. Don’t skip his website. http://matthewconwayartwork.bigcartel.com/products

Matthew Conway, Drawings Of Heterosexual Men
Image: Matthew Conway’s Artwork

Salva Mogutin

A Russian born New York based artist makes me very excited. Mogutin has countless pieces I would gladly display in my personal home specifically his “Stock Boys” series. Mogutin works across multiple mediums, his work spans portrait based to the mixed mediums. The use of mixed mediums makes you really examine his work. His photography is eye catching and thought provoking. I love that nothing in Mogutin’s work is obvious. The men in his work are gorgeous, and yet few would ever grace the Hollywood screen. Mogutin really appreciates what the male body is and can do for other men.

Salva Mogutin, A New York Based Artist
Image: Salva Mogutin’s Artwork

About the author: KrizPatrick BA(Hon) Psychology Human Sexuality

Nona’s Recipe For The Best E-stim

The Electrastim Silicone Noir In Black

Working in an Oh Zone Adult Lifestyle Centre, my job is never boring from the weird and wonderful people who come through the doors to the weird and wonderful products I get to see and sometimes review.

Today I am reviewing a fairly standard sex toy, an e-stim G-spot probe nothing weird about that, but often companies are very hit and miss with their products presentation be it the shape or colour of the product itself (psst enough shocking pink and hideous shades of purple already) or the name and slogan for a toy, Womanizer I’m lookin’ at you.

Today we have Nona an e-stim vaginal probe (which can also be used as a butt plug because of its flared base!) from the silicone NOIR range.

Box Of The Electrastim Silicone Noir
Sex Toy: Electrastim Silicone Noir Nona In Packaging

About The Electrastim Silicone Noir Nona

Nona, a name perhaps inspired by the Roman deity, one of the Parcae, the three personifications of destiny. Nona, whose name means “ninth”, was called upon by pregnant women in their ninth month when the child was due to be born…. perhaps not.

I think some of you reading may already know why I find this name to be so amusing and just oh so wrong, but those of you who don’t please allow me to explain:

  • Silicone – a very common body safe material that most high-quality sex toys are made of.
  • Noir – a very specific film genre or in French it can mean Black (ethnicity), colour in general, drunk/inebriated and dark/darkness
  • Nona – Nonna (spelt with two n’s) in Italian means Grandmother.

Now I don’t care that it isn’t spelt with two n’s I read this box as “Silicone Black Grandma” and I can’t un-see it. These words are common enough knowledge that I am absolutely sure the United Kingdom based company Cyrex who makes ElectraStim products has at least 1 person who knows Nonna means grandma in Italian (they clearly know what noir means as the whole NOIR range is black) I want to know what depraved and honestly hilarious individual let the name go through and for this to be printed on the box:

“Lavish your G-spot with attention when you get intimate with Nona…”

I just can’t deal, it’s too funny.

Name aside this toy is excellent in fact Nona won the 2015 ADULTEX Award for best product design. Nona is made of premium grade silicone and is a 3.5 inches (8.8cm) insertable length and has a 4.3inch (10.9cm) circumference it is a good size for both g-spot and p-spot stimulation.

How To Use The Electrastim Silicone Noir Nona

Nona and other toys from ElectraStim require one of the ElectraStim stimulator control panels to power it. The ElectraStim Stimulator (control panel) and all of their e-stim range use universal 2mm pin connections for all of our stimulation units and electrodes are used, so rest assured all the ElectraStim products will work with the control panel and vice versa. The other items in the NOIR range include a dildo, beginners butt plug, prostate massager, kegel balls and another 3 different sized butt plugs. They all have normal names like Ovid, Aura, Sirius, Lula and Rocker. (Ovid is an Italian name by the way, very suspicious 😂)

How The Electrastim Silicone Noir Works
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Now, Nona is a bit of a dust collector so make sure you store her in a bag or container of some kind, we can’t have ol’ Nona getting dusty now. Cleaning Nona is also really easy, just make sure you use hot water and a good toy cleaner and leave her to dry in the sun before you put her back in storage.

Try not to let this poor name choice deter you from this fantastic e-stim g-spot probe, it really is a high-quality device that is sure to bring a lot of electrified pleasure, check out the ElectraStim range at one of our Oh Zone Adult Lifestyle Centers today. If you would like to find out more information, be sure to read a sex toy review on the ElectraStim product range.

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Improve A Blow Job In Less Than 1 Minute

3 Hot Women Deep Throating Lollipop

Deep throating, ball gagging, fellatio, blow job – No matter which word you want to call it, men all around the world love it and some would definitely like more of it! But the important question that is on everyone’s lips and tongues is “How do I get more blow jobs?” The answer to that question is to make the experience more enjoyable and exhilarating for your lover by providing them with some flavoured lubricant.

What Flavours Are There?

Let’s face it, who wants to taste a plain old penis when you can taste a penis which is flavoured with salted caramel, vanilla, candy apple and mocha java – if these flavours tickle your fancy they are brought to you buy the sexual health brand Wicked Sensual Care. If you aren’t into those flavours you can try something that tastes more natural like mango, watermelon, strawberry and cherry which is brought to you by the sexual health brand ID Lubes.

If you are lucky the flavour will taste out of this world and your lover will treat it almost as if it were a lollipop or ice-cream that is quickly melting away. You know those commercials on TV or when you are watching a movie on Netflix where you see a hot guy or women wearing extremely tight clothing on a hot day in spring or summer and they are quenching their need to cool down? Don’t you want to experience that for yourself? Flavoured lubricant could be the one thing that you need which will give you that experience.

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To ensure that they enjoy the flavoured lubricant you can ask them what types of foods, sweets or fruits that they enjoy, that will help you pick out something which specifically suits what they like. You can also give your lover a small dab on their finger so that they can taste test it before it is used.

Can I Use Flavoured Lubricant With Condoms?

There are even condoms which you can buy that already have flavoured lubricant on them, one of the highly recommended brands is a Four Seasons Condoms product range named Naked which feels like you aren’t really wearing anything at all. One of the best reasons to buy condoms that already have the flavour on them is that you don’t have to worry about choosing a lubricant for yourself. Some lubricants run the risk of degrading the condom which be a scary thought. Please be aware that you should never use an oil-based lubricant with a condom… ever! This is because added friction, warmth and the materials that they are made from negatively react and can break the condom which nobody wants to happen. You need to invest in a flavoured lubricant which is considered to be latex friendly.

A condom can take away from the pleasure of a blow job but it is not worth removing it if you are at the risk of contracting a sexually transmitted disease or infection. Instead leave the condom on and apply the flavoured lubricant on top. Make sure your lover is careful so that they don’t break the condom when they are giving you a blow job.

Most water-based lubricants and silicone-based lubricant are safe to use with latex condoms, but you will need to read the packaging extremely carefully to ensure that the product that you are planning on purchasing is latex safe or latex friendly. One of the benefits of buying water-based lubricant is that it is easy to clean off with some soapy water. You can also use water-based lubricant with your sex toys as it won’t degrade the material whereas a silicone-based lubricant will degrade materials like silicone.

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Where Is The Best Place To Store Flavoured Lubricant

Once you’ve scored some of that smooth tasty stuff, you can keep it in your bedside table for easy access and so it is kept away from prying eyes. When your lover and you are playing around you can offer it to make the experience that much more enjoyable.

How Do I Use Flavoured Lubricant?

To use, you don’t need much start foreplay off with a nickel-sized dab on the palm of your hands, rub your hands together to warm it up and massage it onto your penis. Gradually spread it over the tip of the penis and work your way down the shaft for complete coverage, if you would like even more pleasure you can massage it onto your testicles.

When your lover goes down on you, the lubricant may run out, you just need to apply some more to get the flavour back and repeat that process as necessary. To make thing’s even more interesting you can change the flavours as you go, so your lover can try something new each and every time they go down on you.

Can Women Use Flavoured Lubricants?

Although we have mainly spoken about flavoured lubricant on men, it leaves us to the question whether they can be used on women? The vagina is quite a delicate area and is made with sensitive tissue. There are certain ingredients which you should avoid as they can increase the risk of getting a vaginal yeast infection. Avoid using any products that contain Glycerine, Sugar, Petroleum Jelly, Acetate, Propylene Glycol and Parabens. Once you have found a flavoured lubricant which is suitable, Kerner says ”Put a couple drops on your clitoris and have him give back where its due.”

Where To Purchase Flavoured Lubricants

If you are looking to buy some juicy lubricant flavours, you should visit Adultsmart an online sex toy store. They stock a large range of products including vibrators, prostate massagers, kegel balls, mens masturbators, sex dolls, BDSM gear, sexual health products and so much more. They stock almost every product which is imaginable. Want more? Give back and find out exactly how do couple sex toys help improve romance.

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