How To Use Sexual Health Products

Prep Information

In some countries, cultures, religions and schooling there are people in the community who are not informed of the different sex choices they have and how to use them. Providing people with easily accessible information is the one step that will help people be aware of how to prevent sexual transmitted diseases or infections. Using this information will help to you stay safe and at the same time gets your sexual needs. Luckily, for first timers there are steps to follow for using sex toys and sexual health products.

The first and most important sexual health product is condoms. It is important to use condoms in order to reduce the risk of transferring STIs. STIs include HIV, Chlamydia, Genital Herpes, Genital Warts, Gonorrhea, Hepatitis B and Syphilis. You can get this STIs by vaginal, anal or oral sex. There are different types of condoms that can be used for women and men. Male condoms are installed when the penis is fully erect. A male condom is placed one by unrolling the condom over the penis. Female condoms however are inserted into the woman’s vagina before intercourse.

How To Use Women Condoms

  1. Remove the condom from the package.
  2. Put spermicide or lubricant on the outside of the closed end.
  3. Find a comfortable position.
  4. Squeeze the sides of the inner ring together.
  5. Insert the inner ring and condom into your vagina.

How To Use Men Condoms

  1. Hold the tip of the condom between your forefinger and thumb.
  2. Place the condom over the tip of the penis.
  3. While squeezing the head roll it down over the length of the penis.


Not douching properly before sex can increase the risk of transferring STIs. Douching is when male or female rinses their rectum with the intent to clean it for anal sex. Although douching can be a dangerous activity.

Reasons To Avoid Douching

  • Douching before anal sex can increase the risk of transferring HIV.
  • Douching can disrupt the epithelium or tissue in the rectum.
  • If you accidentally tear tissues in the anus HIV is easier to transfer through wounds.
  • Anal sex increases the risk of transferring Hepatitis B.3.
  • Douching can cause other discomfort due to the water.
Condoms to Prevent STI
Sexual Heath Product: Naked Duo 10 Pack


There is a new medication on market called “Prep” that is designed to prevent HIV. Prep is now recommended to be used for people who practice sex without using condoms. You can go to your general practitioner or a sexual health section at the hospital to see if you can get a blood test done to ensure you don’t have HIV before Prep can be recommended to you. The health care worker will explained the information about Prep. It is recommended to take the medication at same time each day. The sides affects you can get from Prep is an upset stomach and headaches.

Who Can Use Prep

  • People who have been tested and are HIV free
  • People who have sex with men and women
  • People who have sex with men without condoms
  • Heterosexual women who have sex with someone who doesn’t know if they have HIV


Also for the first time sex user I recommend to use masturbator for guys and bodywands which can be used for both male and female in different ways. There are a lot of rang different and different prices of masturbator. Masturbator can be used for single guy or ouples can use it together for mutual masturbation. Different maturbators have different textures inside and some also come with lubricant inside of them.

How To Use a Masturbator

  1. Open the the lid.
  2. Make sure there is no stick in the masturbator.
  3. Place lubricant inside of masturbator.
  4. Place lubricant on your penis.
  5. Insert your penis into the masturbator.
  6. Wank off.
  7. Clean the sex toy by using anti-bacterial spray or if it is a one time use you can throw it away.
  8. Use some fleshlight powder to keep it like new.

The bodywond can be used by both gender, body wond are really powerful toys but good thing you have the control of the speed of it, you can just use it as normal body part massager or just can put some lube and use it vaginal. You also can buy heads for it like a rabbit or one for men which similar to masturbter.

About the Author: Majd is a sales consultant at Oh Zone Adult Lifestyle Centres

Dealing with Infidelity

Cheater in Bedroom

When I was younger I thought that if any partner ever cheated on me then that would be it. Over! Finito!  . I also thought I would never cheat on anyone, ever, ever, ever. One time though I got particularly drunk at a party and kissed someone behind my boyfriend’s back.  I was absolutely mortified, with myself. I was so racked with guilt and remorse. I cried all the next day about what I had done.  Now there was no way on earth my boyfriend of a year and a half and my  first love would ever have found out about it but  I was so inconsolable my mum asked what was wrong, when I told her she just said, you are being silly, just forget about it and make sure you  don’t ever tell him …so of course, I stopped crying and called him immediately.  Anyway, long story short, that was the stupidest thing I could have done. the trust was gone between us and even though he forgave me, he completely didn’t forgive me in the slightest. The lesson here is not only to always listen to your Mum, but also that being unfaithful can happen to anyone and can have different outcomes depending on how you deal with it.

Did you know most marital affairs don’t actually end in Divorce?  They can end up making your bond stronger. In some relationships the stakes can be really high so it is important not to react like I did but maybe step back and examine why it happened in the first place. For instance had I accepted my betrayal may be down to bottle of vodka I had consumed, I may have acted differently.  Keeping it to myself and learning the lesson that doing bad things makes me feel bad would have produced a better outcome.

What constitutes cheating to one might not be the same for the other. While I might think actually having sex is cheating someone else might think sending someone a rude selfie or creating a secret email is enough. It is actually the betrayed person’s views on this that are most important. If you feel that your partner has betrayed you then it is really  up to you to think about what you can do to make the partnership work.


Frustated Man
Photo: Dealing with Infidelity – Angry Man


The main thing is whatever has come between you, even if it’s a 30 year long affair, it doesn’t have to be the end, as I mentioned it usually isn’t. It feels like the worst thing in the world at the time. Most people would rate it as one of life’s most traumatic events. However  there is always the opportunity to turn a negative into a positive and learn something from what has happened and improve the relationship. It can sometimes even be the case that the very fact you have both survived such an awful thing makes you stronger.   It is good to remember most affairs end. The secrecy and naughtiness is undoubtedly intoxicating and can make you feel so alive, but people are all human and come with baggage that eventually will reveal itself. its easy to get blindsided and choose only  to see the things you want to see. It is easy to be the best person you know you can be on a part time basis.

When you are on the receiving end of a betrayal it can make you begin to doubt everything and question things you previously took for granted. It is important to remember that this happens to so very many people and while you might be thinking ‘how could this happen to me?’ It can be comforting to know that  because it is so common there is a ton of help out there. Even if you are not the type to seek help ordinarily, This is one time when you’re thinking probably isn’t straight and a bit of outside perspective can be  a game changer. It is great to have the emotional support of friends, but they can often see things in black and white and influence your thinking . Sometimes it can be best to keep what has gone on to yourself or even stick to confiding in the type of people that believe that anyone can make a mistake.

If you do decide to make a go of things again then it is going to take time. You can’t just suddenly return to how you were and if it takes a lot longer than you think it is going to then that is normal. there are going to be all sorts of things that come up and rather than throwing the towel in you have to try not to focus on bad events and focus more on whether the relationship is making progress positively in general. It is like going through a breakup. You get over it when you get over it.  Trust is such a hard thing to win back and true forgiveness happens in its own time you can’t force it.

The way to come back from an affair successfully is for both parties to self examine, and acknowledge the part played in what happened. Dwelling on the wrongs that have been done isn’t helpful. Forgiveness is something that has to be authentic and complete. You won’t ever forget of course, nor should you. Learn from the affair,  If we were all the people we become in an affair, we wouldn’t want them in the first place.


By Emily a consultant from Oh Zone Adult Lifestyle Centres

Review: Lelo Gigi 2

Lelo Gigi 2 Personal Massager

The Gigi 2 a personal massager by adult manufacturer Lelo is apparently one of Lelo’s best selling sex toys. It is not the product of theirs I usually go to when I am recommending their brand and I am not sure why. I think I am always seduced by the come hither motion of the Lelo Mona Wave or the powerful vibrations of the Lelo Ina 2. I thought I would take a closer look at the Lelo Gigi 2 by reviewing the product at an Oh Zone Adult Lifestyle Centre so I can find more about it to get to know it better. I normally find after I have reviewed a sex toy their are usually features and benefits that I can tell the customer.

The Lelo Gigi 2 comes packaged as all Lelo products do, with an unmistakable air of luxury. Lelo are synonymous with luxury and elegance. They are often the benchmark I use to compare all higher end sex toys to find out the quality differences. The sturdy black Lelo gift box is actually perfect for long term storage so that other products to not scratch against it or you can use the black satin pouch. When you open up the Lelo Gigi 2 box, the sex toy is displayed on a foam board tray. Under the foam board tray is a antibacterial sampler, a satin storage pouch, personal lubricant sampler, a charger, a LELO authenticity card and a 1 year Lelo warranty card. Once the 1 year Lelo warranty expires and your sex toy breaks according to the terms and conditions, you can get a 50% off your next Lelo product purchase.

The Lelo Gigi 2 is rechargeable by USB, that is better for the environment than batteries It is a direct plug in socket not a magnet. The Lelo Gigi 2 has a play time of 2 hours and comes with some charge already in in the box which makes it much easier for demonstrations. It also has a 90 day standby time so the toy holds its charge for that long when not in use.  It is waterproof up to a meter, this seems impossible with there being a hole for the charging port, but the port is completely sealed internally. This means you can play in the bath not just the shower and not only that. it means you can be really thorough when cleaning it.

Lelo Gigi 2 Personal Massager
Sex Toy: Lelo Gigi 2


Lelo Gigi 2 comes in a range of gorgeous sophisticated colours including turquoise, pink, grey and rose. These colours are illustrated in the image. Lelo Gigi 2 is of course 100% body safe, the handle is ABS plastic and the insert-able shaft is made of the beautifully smooth and silken silicone that is a feature of all of their products. it is the smallest and most discreet of the Lelo insertable massagers, being 4 inches insert-able with a flattened inch wide tip, the shaft is less than an inch in diameter. It is a dual  purpose  massager. Its head is perfectly flattened for clitoral stimulation and a perfect shape  for g spot. It is quite short though so for some g spot fans it might not be their favourite sex toy. The shape isn’t unique, Picobong and Ovo have similar shaped sex toys. The reason it has copycats, is because it is a good idea, further proved by the fact this is the second time Lelo has released the toy and haven’t changed the shape, they have only increased the power.

Lelo Gigi 2 has more power than the original Lelo Gigi but is still very quiet. The Lelo Gigi 2 has 8 modes of vibration and each mode is adjustable so there are endless possibilities. There is a push button wheel well placed on the handle that has a travel lock and is easy to use. The travel lock features means you can take it on your personal adventures locally or on an overseas flight without having to worry about it accidentally turning on. The vibrations are rumbly. They would ordinarily be described as powerful if sampled in isolation, however, other Lelo sex toys are stronger. The Lelo Mona 2 is much stronger if it is intensity you seek.

Lelo Gigi 2 is a very appealing all round good sex toy and won’t disappoint. I can see why lot’s of people would love it. It is stylish and sleek and the thing about it is , and its main selling point is that  you couldn’t really “not” like it.


By Emily a consultant from Oh Zone Adult Lifestyle Centre



Review: Silicone Face Fucker Gag

Silicone Face Fucker Gag #2 Dildo

Fetish Fantasy sex toys are created by the Pipe Dream manufacturer. Fetish Fantasy has created a range of Silicone Face Fuckers in three different style choices including: Silicone Face Fucker Gag #1, #2 and #3. They are made in the colour black displaying it as quite a masculine, strong product for some serious bedroom fun. They are great for couples in the bondage, BDSM and fetish scene as they work as a mouth gag to. They are also great for couple’s who would love to experience something completely different or to fulfill that fantasy of someone using your face to fulfill their sexual desires.

Silicone Face Fucker Gag #1 is a sex new developed sex toy can be used mutually in couple where the man hold this toy in his face while his girl enjoys the this device as a dildo fixed at his boys face. It is made up of pure silicon material to have a real feel while penetrating it inside the vagina. These devices consist of a silicon band which will be wrapped up along the face. It is benefited to both the partners in the naughty sexual act.

Along with the silicon band it has silicon anal beads to be used as a dildo for vagina. Is comes with adjustable bands as well as beads can be adjusted according to the need. The main use of this product is to make your girl fuck near your face then cum through out of your face. You can experience close look of fucking of your girl. Silicone Face Fucker Gag #1 is mostly used by couples to do some new moves for sexual intimacy.

These devices are very much safe for practice as the silicon material is nontoxic as well as make you feel like fucking in real. Many varieties of this kind of devices are available in the market. You can easily clean it after the act with special cleaner available for this to get maximum pleasure each time you use it. It also comes very much cheaply as compared with other devices of such kind. The face fucker will give you a new kind of sexual feel and also makes your act very much funny where the ladies will be more benefited to fuck the face of their man. Generally 2 beads are used in the device for convenience by both partners. So keep try new products to feel more.


Silicone Face Fucker Gag #3 Pipedream
Sex Toy: Silicone Face Fucker Gag #3


Silicone Face Fucker Gag #2 is a sex toy can be used by both sexes to have fetish fantasy. This device some in pure form of silicone for best result without any allergic reactions or any kind of other problems. This device is normally worn by the male guys to make their girl fuck their face where the band is attached to have a fucking feel like fucking a dildo. The male will get an opportunity to see her girls pussy fucking in very much nearby distance ten can get to taste the cum of her girls which make the sexual performance for sexy and incredible.

This is a kind of dildo which is to be wrapped on your partners face to use it. Then ladies can fuck the silicon device near the face of their man. To make is more toxic free it is made with pure silicone which is also phthalates free so as to use it safely. This can be brought from almost all adult store out their near you and also comes cheaply like near about 30 bucks.

Silicone Face Fucker Gag #2 has got mutual benefits where both the partner can make fun through the sex toy with lots of sexual motives. This face fucker gag come in adjustable type which can be adjusted according to the use and the size of the face to make it work effectively so as to get maximum sexual pleasure from it as desired to get it while thinking of using a new product. So the designers considered all tiny bits to make it more reliable for ease in use. These bands consist of butt plug where the girl will fucker through her pussy. This is totally made of soft silicone looking like a rubber dildo. So use your partner to fuck his face.


Feminism: Clearing the Confusion

Woman Astronaut We can do it

It’s a complex world, and it’s an ever changing world. As humans progress through life and existence, our free will and our thoughts are constantly being challenged as we grow and these challenges help us learn and develop. In turn, these thoughts grow into new ones and as a result society, and how we operate as a collective species, is a constantly evolving process towards the idea of a perceived perfection of humanity. There will never be perfection though, despite our vanity in trying to achieve it. The thing is, that humans have been engaging in, and debating, philosophical thought since humans could converse, and this is a fundamental aspect as to how we learn and grow collectively; through discussions. Discussions played an enormous role in Ancient Greek culture from Plato, to Aristotle – philosophers whose thoughts on the social structure and humanity are still being discussed today. This article has not the scope to discuss the history of feminism. Since I identify as a cisgendered queer male, I am limited in my approaches to feminism. Brian Klocke in, Roles of Men with Feminism and Feminist Theory, succinctly puts this setback by making the suggestion that i, as a male who benefits from a patriarchal world, simply cannot escape the power and privilege that I am granted in contrast to women. Whilst he stops short of echoing The Second Sex’s feminist and philosopher author, Simone de Beauvoir’s argument that i cannot be an outright feminist due to the inherent differences between male and female, he does argue that since the goal of feminism is liberating women that ‘men must be a part of the struggle’. Feminism is therefore argued to be an intrinsic part of the patriarchy, and they rely on each other to change and grow. Through my identification of Queer which is also subject to the oppression of mainstream society, I can find myself in a different perspective to understand feminism whilst acknowledging that that position is not empathetic or comparable to feminism. With that in mind – let’s aim to simplify the following questions; What role do men play in feminism and how does such a role within feminism affect men?

Feminism has been one such political thought that has transgressed through the ages, and it has been in both a constant state of evolution as well as existing in a state of conflicting confusion. Why is the concept of feminism deemed to be so confusing then, and why is it considered to be a dirty word? Lynne Segal in ‘Why Feminism?: Gender, Psychology, Politics’ (1999) suggests that while groupings of women have similar issues when it comes to an economic front (Pay inequality) , or on social policy (Welfare resources) they are actually fractured when it comes to uniting around issues of sexuality and the meanings that society attach to the female body. The reason for this is remarkably simple, each individual woman has far different experiences to each other when it comes to how they are female, how they perform as females, their relationship to their own bodies, and the relationship from that body to society. This difference might stem from a cultural (mis)understanding, from a difference in race, sexuality, or even class. Therefore a woman with an upbringing in America is going to have different values, opinions and experiences than an indigenous Australian woman, a woman raised in Asia, and a woman brought up in an African Tribe. Feminism is thus often thought of as confusing because of the broadness of its application and the way that, like most political thoughts, it is interpretable to different individuals within society based on such factors such as class, race, sexuality, and religion. Feminism has ultimately, at times, applied as an umbrella term, and often erroneously used as a platform of privilege for a cis gendered white woman. This is primarily what separates the different waves of feminism and also why it is often critiqued; it is perceived to have a flaw in regards to the level of inclusivity – one experience is not, and should not be, representative of all. Feminism, like Queer Theory, has often been criticised for being under representative and for failing to be inclusive to all, this has resulted in sub-sections of feminism (and queer theory) which deviates from the normal aims of the movement. These deviations often receive negative commentary as to the extremist views of which they contain and ultimately serve to diminish, and often tarnish, the original aim of the movement. It is through this media representation which causes the most misunderstandings of feminist theory, and results in people of both sexes becoming disgruntled at a movement designed to benefit them.

In all philosophical, religious and social groups, there are a myriad of different interpretations. However, there usually exists three main interpretations, moderate, conservative, and extremist. One of the main points when it comes to the interpretation of feminism is a mass media tendency to lean towards sensationalist extremist views despite them representing only a small fraction of the contemporary feminist movement (hooks, 2004), which often drown out the crux of the movement. Mulloy, in his book ‘American Extremism: History, politics and the militia movement’ (2004) struggles to pin down the definition of extremist views. He advocates that extremism, like many political concepts is difficult to define due to the understanding that it is a relativistic term and therefore relies on social context in order to make it extreme. By that it is meant that extreme implies that it is against something else in a profound way, thereby allowing it to be subjected to the process of ‘othering’ (J. Lacan, Freud, Hegel) – allowing a platform for the dichotomy of them vs us. In other words, something can only be deemed extreme, if there is something for it to be considered extreme against. The dichotomy of them vs us, is a concept which Nina Huynh states allows for the dehumanisation of society and social structure whilst simultaneously operating as ‘psychological impulse’ (Jeff Havens, 2015) behind everything that we do as humans. We, as humans, must be in a constant state of struggling against each other for growth, and learning.

Why does Mulloy attach such a tentative approach to the definition of extremism? Well, the belief is that a political movement may start out to be considered extremist but it may over time establish a presence within the political and social sphere and ultimately become established as normal or moderate thought. Feminism is an example of this – through constant advocating, the aims of feminism has in parts been achieved since its philosophical creation. It has been brought from the fringes of social to mainstream thought. This often arduous process occurs as social and political change, which can occur quickly through a revolution, or over an extended period of time through politicking, advocacy and the momentum of public support. Thus, if we loosely define Extremism as going beyond ‘limits’ then obviously someone must be held accountable for defining those limits, granting power to mainstream political and social thought which would define ‘extremism’ as a sense of ‘other’; or simply extremism will be viewed as something outside the accepted norms of thinking.


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If we therefore currently exist within a patriarchal world, then it makes sense for some men to automatically dismiss the notion of feminism as being irrelevant, or being of extremist thought. This occurs for two reasons; firstly owing to the idea that as men benefit from a patriarchal world, that they do not have the capacity to see how it disadvantages others. Secondly, because some feminist thought is seen as being of an ‘extremist’ nature. This issue is compounded by the idea that it is often the extremist thought which gathers the most media attention, automatically alienating men from feminism before fully understanding what it is about. Feminism, even though it is the face of women driving it, actually benefits men, and ultimately masculinity, in profound and positive ways that are often ignored or not attributed to the effects of feminism. Today thankfully, men that identify as being pro-feminist are involved for a mutual benefit – as opposed to a social selfishness. What society doesn’t necessarily understand, according to Klocke, is that there is an intrinsic relationship between feminism and masculinity; whilst many people believe that masculinity is separate from feminism the reality is that although feminism’s aim is to free women from the social constructs of femineity, it also by default, frees men from the constructions of masculinity. The dichotomy of masculinity and feminism through its performance in society and through its definitions change as each philosophy reacts and pulses to each other.

Despite this, many people both men and women, feel that feminism is a dirty word – to the extent where people refused to label themselves for fear of social judgement. That mentality and sentiment is slowly changing – in part due to the perceptions of society, as well as numerous celebrities and grassroots social campaigns throwing their hearts behind the word and advocating for change. Lauren Ferguson, a queer writer and student at The University of Texas, comments on the idea of feminist and feminism as being a set of bad words. Her article ‘When did ‘Feminist’ Become a Bad Word?: Women Rejecting Feminism’ sees her recounting a recent discovery on tumblr, a page titled Women Against Feminism. She argues that the pages misogynistic views, are not representative of feminism and she suggests that through their ‘radically misinformed reasoning’s’ that they have misunderstood the notion of feminism. She acknowledges, like other academics and philosophers, that the notion of feminism remains largely vague and undefined. The liberating thing about feminism, she states, is the potential for it to mean markedly different things for different individuals, and as such it becomes a difficult thing to find an answer as to what feminism means for people. Thus, so far we have determined the difficulty in pinning down precisely what feminism is, and the reasons for the difficulty in pinning it down. The aim of this article is not to pin down a definitive definition of feminism, but to provide multiple definitions of it, as well as explore the relationship between feminism and men. This brings us neatly to the point that if feminism is ultimately affecting women differently, and is interpretable by women, what effect is feminism having on both men and the patriarchy?

By and large, when examining patriarchy in a modern context we run into the same conflict as feminism – a profound inability to define it. At its simplest form it is defined as male domination and the subordination of women, and it has become a central theme to feminist theory since Kate Millets Sexual Politics (2000). Indeed, an understanding and dismantling of patriarchy is the key analytical concept for the development of feminist politics. There are arguments which suggest that a patriarchal society no longer exists as an explicit and outright effort to dominate women. The modern patriarchy is a product of ideological legacy where the crux of the patriarchal argument no longer exists within a modern society; that argument being a belief in that the natural biological differences between men and women, gave them a right to dominate and oppress women. This fall of the patriarchal society is discussed by John Macinnes in ‘The End of Masculinity: The confusion of Sexual Genesis and Sexual Difference in Modern Society’ and he brings forth the conflict that plagues the idea of patriarchy and feminism today; if a man could be considered superior to another female, then couldn’t they also be found to be more superior to another male? This issue was brought about through the rise of feminism, and the advent of masculinity, both concepts that dealt with, and ultimately began to dismantle, the discourses of the patriarchy. Through feminism, the concepts of masculinity was developed as a way to describe the reactions and behaviour of men within society. A point which Lydia Sargent brought forward over twenty years prior to Macinnes where she makes the point that the patriarchy doesn’t just affect the relationship between men and women, but that it also reinforces a notion of ‘hierarchical control’ (1981) between men and other men, and many feminists neglect this point.

It is often acknowledged that people still use the patriarchy for the purpose of dominating, but generally in the Western World, It is actually considered a social construct and system which has been in place for so long that people are ultimately born into it and through current systems of being, will participate in unconsciously. That is why there are so many attempts to dismantle gendered thinking; the consumer backlash against retail companies which still gender their products, sexist advertising and so on. It is through understanding the system, and acknowledging the system that it can be brought down, and it needs to be brought down, not just because academics understand that Capitalism and Patriarchy cannot coexist, but for the equality of all individuals within society. By saying that, it needs to be acknowledged that this is not a dismissal or excusing the idea of people still abusing the ideologies of the patriarchy but rather, that anyone of a gendered identity has the ability to perpetuate the idealogies and fundamentals of the patriarchy, with the acknowledgement that the societal benefits are for the most part, reaped by male identifying individuals. By taking this viewpoint, it’s easy to see why US feminist bell hooks has stated that ‘patriarchy has no gender’ and how closely the idea of patriarchy, and ultimately masculinity, are subject to the understanding and growth of feminism.



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Written and Researched by Stephen S.

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