Best Types of Sex Toys for Spicing up your Relationship

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Do you feel bored of doing the same things in your lovemaking sessions and want to add something new for adding extra fun to the relationship? No need to shame as every couple goes through this type of situation at some point in their life. However, it doesn’t mean your partner has stopped loving you as most people thought.

He/she want a new touch to rekindle the old romance in both of you. Today, we will tell you about the top 8 sex toys for spicing up your relationship and reliving the glory days of your life. Let’s read about all of them and buy the one you like the most.

  1. Cock Ring

We will begin up with a cost-effective sex toy in the form of cock ring that allow the males to have stronger erections. The girls who want to make the penis of their partner harder before sex should think about using a cock ring.

 

They are very safe and comfortable to use even if you are using a sex toy for the first time. Having a long-lasting session ending up with an awesome orgasm will make both of you happy.

 

  1. Butt Plug

A butt plug is a great choice for everyone who hasn’t tried anal sex and wants to give it a try. It stimulates the anus before getting banged and makes sure the girl feel comfortable during first time anal sex. The addition of anal penetration will definitely make things interesting on the bed.

 

We suggest using a small butt plug, even if it is your first time for anal lovemaking. It will make sure you have a purely satisfying experience.

 

  1. Dildos

Without any doubt, dildos are the most conveniently used sex toys for girls. You can shop it in a variety of lengths and sizes according to your pleasure level. Using a dildo during the foreplay will give extra satisfaction to the girl and make her crave for the real banging.

 

On top of that, a girl can even ask her partner to stimulate her ass before the real anal sex using a realistic dildo. The feeling of fullness that this sex toy offers is tremendous to experience for the females.

 

  1. Metal Wands

Another toy that has recently gained tons of popularity after featuring in Fifty Shades of Grey is metal or glass wands. There are many times where we want something for creating a perfect bridge for penetrative sex. This sex toy can do it by warming up the penetration area, whether it is the anus or pussy.

 

Both of you will instantly begin super-interested in again with the presence of this wand that can be shopped in many different designs.

 

  1. Clitoral Stimulator

A clit stimulator can bring both physical and mental satisfaction to your relationship. These small sex toys use sonic air to give pleasure to the pussy that instantly creates a curiosity for sex. The best clitoral sucking vibrator can let the users get a near-instant orgasm before even beginning the penetration.

 

Having even a 10-minute penetration after using this sucker will make things purely satisfying for the couples. The terrific mental & physical satisfaction offered by this sex toy makes it a worthy choice to make.

 

  1. Vibrating Panty

Imagine your wife or girlfriend wearing the vibrating panty that you are controlling through the remote control! The addition of this sex toy into your love life will be an enjoyable thing to watch for sure. You can find a variety of settings and intensities for modifying the pleasure level exclusively.

 

Furthermore, it can be brought tons of amazing vibrations to the clit for ensuring sensual pleasure. You can add extra spice by using this sex toy while roaming in a public place.

 

  1. Sex Swings

We believe you understand how essential sex positions can be for an alluring sex session. Performing sex in the same type of positions can make things boring over a period of time. Thanks to innovative minds, you can buy a sex swing that will open a gateway for tons of great positions.

 

We suggest you to experimenting with every possible position that comes under your imagination after having a sex swing. Trust us; it has changed the lovemaking experiences for thousands of couples around the globe.

 

  1. Wand Massager

The couples who like to have fun at places like swimming pools, bathrooms, etc. should buy the wand massager for sure. It is a very lightweight & waterproof unit with numerous vibrations modes for letting users give stimulation in the way they like.

 

They are very brilliant in terms of power and sensation, especially if you use them for the first time. It is a perfect bet for those looking to add new vibes to their relationship.

Conclusion

We believe you love all the sex toys mentioned in this post. All of them can bring something brilliant to your lovemaking sessions and helps in maintaining the thrill that has lost over time. These are the best sex toys for spicing up your relationship from which you can choose as per your preferences. Still have any query regarding sex toys for couples; please write about it in the comment section.

Is Online Dating a Good Idea?

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If you haven’t already tried it yourself, you probably know at least one person who’s been in a relationship on an online dating site like Flingster. While online dating may have had an image problem 20 years ago, attitudes have changed; now, almost a third of Americans say that they’ve used an online dating service at some point.

Just because a lot of people have used a dating platform at some point doesn’t mean they were able to find romance. That being said, signing up for a dating service doesn’t have to result in a dedicated relationship for it to be considered a success. According to Pew Research Center studies, six out of ten online daters say that their experience was a positive one. In contrast, just 12% of Americans have been in a marriage or dedicated relationship with a person they met online. Online dating is about finding romance, sure, but clearly that can include a lot more than meeting a long-term partner.

Online dating used to have a bit of a stigma attached to it, but that’s fading more and more each year. What happened?

It’s hard to say for sure, but there are pretty clear parallels between peoples’ attitudes towards online dating, and their attitudes towards marriage, singleness, and cohabitation. These perspectives have definitely relaxed overall, especially in the last decade; these days it’s not at all unusual for people to have more casual or short-term relationships. That could happen before, after, or even instead of a dedicated relationship that would have been the expectation just a few decades ago.

Naturally, this has sparked a debate around online dating. Some people feel like it’s the relationship equivalent of having fast food for every meal – it’s quick and easy, but you’re missing out on the real thing for the sake of convenience. There are also legitimate concerns about the prevalence of people who are just there to harass or scam other members, as well as the people who simply lie about themselves to seem more attractive, interesting, or wealthy.

On the other hand, proponents say that using an online dating platform widens the pool of potential choices. Without online dating, the ability to meet new people and scope out the prospects is typically limited. Assuming that a person’s circle of friends and acquaintances already hasn’t panned out, they have to put themselves out there, meet new people, and hope that they find someone. With online dating, however, users can look through dozens of potential matches in a single day without ever leaving the house.

While over half of dating platform users report having a positive experience, Americans in general seem to be more ambivalent. About half of them think that dating platforms haven’t really affected relationships and dating one way or another; 22% think that the effect has been largely positive, and 26% think that it’s been largely negative.

 

 

Who uses dating platforms?

It’s no surprise that younger adults are the people who are most likely to sign up for a dating site or app, or at least compare a few of them before giving up. Almost half of Americans from 18 to 29 have used an online dating platform at least once, a number that decreases with older age groups. About 38% of people who are between 30 and 49 years old have signed up for online dating, while people who are age 50 and up claim an even smaller percentage. This last group is still fairly well-represented though, with 19% of Americans between 50 and 64 saying that they’ve used an online dating platform before.

Interestingly, Americans who are lesbian, gay, or bisexual are far more likely to have used an online dating platform than those who identify as straight – 55% of them have signed up for online dating at some point, in contrast with 28% of straight adults. The likelihood of someone having used an online dating platform also rises along with their education level (to an extent). People who have (or will soon have) a college degree, for instance, are more likely to have signed up to a dating platform than people who’ve only made it through high school.

There’s not a huge difference in the numbers of men vs. women who have signed up for online dating. Ethnicity doesn’t seem to affect this either, with Hispanic, black, and white adults all being equally as likely to use an online dating platform.

How effective is online dating?

That’s a bit of a trick question, actually. A lot of people seem to think that they can just plug in their personal info, add a couple of flattering profile pictures, and start finding matches. After all, this is pretty much how online dating sites represent themselves to potential members, isn’t it? If it doesn’t work out, the user thinks that they signed up for the wrong platform, or that their profile needed more fine-tuning.

It’s quite possible that they could have picked a better platform, and maybe their profile does actually need some work, but sometimes it’s a little more complicated than platform + profile = romance. For one thing, it’s important to keep an eye out for trouble. From romance scams, to users with obvious red flags or deal breakers in their profiles, to people who just like killing time online, there are all kinds of ways for a match to go sour. For another thing, it’s easy to be picky when the choices are unlimited, but there’s such a thing as being too picky. Do you want to find someone who you’re physically attracted to and who you share common interests with, or are you really going to hold out for someone who resembles your celebrity crush? Even if that was in the back of your head when you signed up, it could just lead to disappointment if you aren’t willing to adjust your expectations along the way.

The point is, there’s no magical formula for online dating (no matter what the dating platforms say), but the statistics show that if you do decide to sign up, you’re more likely than not to end up with a good result.

A Beginners Guide to Cleaning and Caring for your Sex Toys Part 1

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Whether you’ve just purchased your first ever sex toy or your 100th, knowing how to care for these products is paramount to not only their longevity, but also your intimate health. Make sure to clean your toy thoroughly at least once before using it for the first time.

First and foremost, you’re going to need to determine the material of your toy, considering the large array of options when it comes to this, I’ll narrow it down a bit for you. Sex toys generally fall into one of two categories: soft or hard. By this I’m not referencing the flexibility of your toy, soft toys are generally made of; silicone, TPE, TPR, rubber or some type of hybrid material such as silaskin or super-skin, all of which are flexible on their own but many act as a barrier between you and the motor/internal hardware of the toy. While, in contrast, hard toys are made of materials such as; glass, ceramic, wood, steel (stainless or surgical) or a hard plastic such as ABS, hard toys are a lot less likely to absorb any bacteria and are generally easier to clean, most soft toys will also have a handle made of a hard plastic for increased usability, such as Fun Factory’s entire range.

There are also several other aspects to consider when it comes to cleaning and caring for your sex toys, are they electronic in any way? If yes, are they battery powered, rechargeable or plug in? What’s the intended purpose of your toy? Is it made specifically for anal use? Or perhaps it’s not meant to be inserted at all. Overall, there are a multitude of defining factors that influence what we can and cannot do with our toys, especially when it comes to something as rudimentary as cleaning and storing.

Cleaning

First things first, PLEASE DON’T PUT YOUR TOYS IN THE DISHWASHER, I understand why you’d think that to be a good idea but not only is that where you wash dishes, cutlery and other food related items, it will actually melt or severely compromise the structural integrity of most toys.

Now that we’ve gotten that out of the way let’s begin with non-electronic toys, these products can be made from any soft or hard material, or a combination of both, the main defining factor is of course that they have no electronic or mechanical components. It’s important to note that most poseable and thermoreactive toys will fall into this category. Let’s start with the easiest materials to maintain; steel, ceramic and glass, these toys are both hypoallergenic and non-porous so bacteria is completely unable to penetrate the toy on any level. Because of their extremely high melting point, you’re able to boil toys made solely of this material to completely remove any bacteria, but if you’d prefer to keep your toys out of the kitchen you can also use an antibacterial toy cleaning spray or foaming wash, but make sure to rinse off your toy completely before using these. They are designed to sanitise your toys as well as be both toy and body safe, I cannot emphasize enough that you shouldn’t be using any type of household cleaner on your toys, so please be sure to pick up a toy cleaner and not use Dettol wipes or any type of spray ‘n’ wipe.

After the aforementioned toys, silicone is the most hygienic, and a medical grade silicone is the golden standard when it comes to soft toys. Any toy made of 100% medical grade silicone that is non-electronic, can also be boiled for up to 2 minutes (similar to a menstrual cup), although you’ll find that many lower quality toys will say they’re made out of silicone, be sure to check it’s 100% silicone before purchasing and medical grade before boiling. For lower grade silicone, toys made of a hard plastic and any other soft material toy DO NOT BOIL, the best way to clean these toys is by using an antibacterial toy cleaner (either spray or foaming), after rinsing. Surprisingly enough wooden toys aren’t in a whole different ball park when it comes to cleaning, these products are generally handcrafted and given a medical grade polymer coating or some type of other varnish to ensure the wood won’t absorb any moisture or bacteria. And because of this coating, we can clean them the same way we clean our hard plastic toys.
Madison is a consultant at the Oh Zone Adult Stores.

Deconstructing Sex Drive

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What Your Libido Says About Your Health

Most of what we know about sex and sexual health we’ve learned from magazines and the internet. While some platforms are genuine and informative, others often try to push other agendas or sell a product. As such, it might lead to misinformation or misinterpretation.

Sexual compatibility is dependent on the sex drive of both partners

What Does Sex Drive Mean?

One of the most popular sex topics includes sex drive. Most people tend to live off from speculations and shallow online content. The best online dating sites often write blogs to address such issues, so please look them up. Here, we shall look into issues such as libido and age, its effect on our relationships, and when it should be a concern.

There are many factors that influence your libido, including mentally and physically

So, what does sex drive mean? Commonly referred to as libido, sex drive is a person’s desire or enthusiasm for sex or sexual activities. Those who often have sexual activities or urges are referred to as hypersexual. In contrast, those who lack sexual desire are hypo-sexual. More often than not, your sex drive is an indicator of your physical and mental functioning.

But is there an indicator for what sex drive is normal? How much is a lot, and how much is too little? Well, according to experts, the normal range is largely dependent on our partners. For instance, an individual might be hypoactive because they’re no longer attracted to their partners. According to some experts, the libido levels would only be an issue of concern if they affect your partner or yourself. For example, one couple might settle for once a month while another is okay with a weekly arrangement.

What Affects Your Sexual Desire?

First off, it’s crucial to note that libido is not fixated, and it is bound to change in certain circumstances. Most of the time, it’s easier to identify what causes a low sex drive or what affects your ‘normal’ libido. Some of the most common culprits include;

  •         The quality of your relationship/intimacy
  •         Fatigue levels
  •         Medication
  •         Abuse of drugs and alcohol
  •         State of mental health- stress, anxiety, depression
  •         Sexual abuse history
  •         Age
  •         Menopause/ pregnancy
  •         Poor sleeping habits
  •         Medical conditions such as diabetes and hypothyroidism

Is Sex Drive Good for Your Relationship?

Culture is a great influence on the dynamics of sex. It often dictates how early individuals experience sexual activities, openness on the topic, and the number of partners considered normal. 

The range for normal sex drive depends on how comfortable partners are with each other

Understanding how your culture affects your sex drive allows you to find partners more sexually compatible. As such, we can describe a ‘normal’ sex drive as something you’re both comfortable with.

The Impact of Time on Sex Drive

Just like most of our body functions tend to change with age, so will our sex drive. In women, physical changes associated with the aging process or menopause increase their self-consciousness, especially sex. Some women might experience decreasing libido if their bodies produce lower levels of sex hormones.

A drastic drop in libido is an indicator of pressing mental or physical unwellness more often than not. For instance, midlife crisis, big life changes, or emotional trauma tends to affect the sexual function of an individual.

It’s crucial to understand how sex drive changes through the years and how you can remedy the situation. Communication between partners is a great way of dealing with decreasing sex drive. There is often no need to seek professional help.

Conclusion

A decline in sexual interest can result from a web of factors, including biological, personal, psychological, interpersonal, and cultural. If you think it’s a reason for concern, please reach out to a professional. A clinical evaluation helps your doctor point out any underlying issues that might be eating away at your libido. Common treatment procedures include counseling, hormone therapy, and medication.

Do you have any queries or comments about sexual health and desire? Drop us a comment below. We would love to hear from you!

Author’s bio:  

Miranda Davis is a freelance writer in the relation and psychology area. Miranda is interested in such topics as building healthy relationships between people, love/sex compatibility, and how to find the right balance in life in general. She is currently doing specific research on the topic. Miranda loves cooking and long-distance walking.

What It’s Really Like to Be One of the Top Melbourne Escorts

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“The finer things in life aren’t free, but if you really want them, they’re there for the taking.”– XOXO June

Melbourne is truly an incredible place. The capital city of Victoria, and the locally dubbed “cultural capital” of Australia, the city offers a number of exquisite and exclusive perks for those that come to play and those that come to pay. From festivals and galleries, to a thriving international business hub, the city has something for everyone, even if what you’re looking for is an escort.

 

Victoria has been known for a great many things, but being the first state to advocate the regulation and legalization of sex work, for many, is one of the most important contributions it has made. Melbourne escorts get to enjoy a number of perks that other sex workers throughout the world may never see, and likewise, these benefits also extend to their clients. Safer practices and less dragging stigma are just a few.

 

But for the gracious and mysterious woman who granted us an interview, being one of the Melbourne escorts has offered her so much more.

Meet *June

Well, first of all, June didn’t just land here, in her downtown high rise, with its modern, yet accessible, decor. Lounging in a very expensive looking sweatsuit, drinking juice she just pressed herself.

 

“I lucked out,” she starts. Not a whisper of apology or remorse in her posture, or her words. “I was raised in a good, middle-class home, got a great education. Had comfortable relationships with men and my parents. I wasn’t really saddled with all the baggage some of the other girls have. Escorting was truly a choice that I had, and one that I made. Without any outside pressure.”

 

Speaking of her parents, her mother is a professor at a local university, and her father was a stay-at-home Dad her entire childhood. So she was “given a feminist platform” before she could walk. While every finery she is currently indulging in is solely funded by her prowess as one of Melbourne’s top escorts, she had to get in at the ground floor and climb the ladder, just like everyone else. While her parents didn’t disown her when she finally came to telling them what it was she did for a living, “they were less than happy about it”. But June did what June does, and fought for her own desires. As both a woman and a professional sex worker.

 

How Good Do Melbourne Escorts Have It?

“I had to start out like most other Melbourne escorts,” she remembers, “I had to hustle, put my professional profile on a number of different advertising platforms, get my own vetting and security system, have a dedicated work phone, fake name, all of it. To be a good escort, and still be able to function normally in the world outside of your job, you have to, sort of, compartmentalism your personality.”

 

June said that she was always a “people person”, friendly, easy to talk to. Of which is obvious, as conversation flows as easily as her fresh-pressed green juice. She also said that she always enjoyed sex. “Casual sex for me was always much more gratifying than long term relationships. As I aged I realized that being an escort just better fit my own sexuality.” June self-identifies as a pansexual, cis-gendered woman, who has no desire to settle down anytime soon. “The idea of one relationship never fit my lifestyle. I never wanted affection from just one person, and I never wanted to give mine to only one.”

 

Being able to commodify both her background and her own brand of sexuality was “extremely gratifying” to June. “I remember reading a paper discussing the idea of ‘erotic capital’ and thinking to myself, I have that. I can use that.” June says that while she’s no stranger to traumatic and unfortunate experiences within the industry, that they “don’t happen often and are swiftly dealt with in a healthy way.” Which allows her something that few escorts worldwide get to enjoy; whether it’s due to trauma, depression, drug abuse, or the negative and often violent stigma that Melbourne escorts are subjected to, June gets to genuinely (and literally) enjoy the fruits of her labors. And while it’s something she refuses to apologize for, June is also aware of the privilege she holds as one of Melbourne’s most exclusive sex workers.