Sex Toys for High-end Escort Girls to Carry

Sex toys are a hot topic. Nowadays it seems like everybody is talking about it which is evident when you take into consideration their massive increase in demand lately. The industry is constantly on a path to change, improve and redesign the art of giving pleasure. There has been a significant increase in the number of high-end escorts using sex toys to satisfy their VIP client’s need. Almost every high-end escort uses these Sex toys to give pleasure to their exclusive clients.

Here is a list of toys that the escorts make sure to travel with

  1. The Petting Ring:

Reinvent the way to male masturbation with a petting ring designed by Betony Vernon. This exquisite piece of erotic jewellery is the first choice of every exclusive escort, this piece goes on between your index finger and your thumb. This ring is designed to tickle and stimulate the skin providing extra pleasure to the receiver. Everybody is trying it out and loving it, did you try yours yet?

  1. Gold Crystal Cuffs:

Try out Swarovski black diamond-studded crystal handcuffs made with 18 carats plated gold. Trust me, it is as good as it sounds. If you want to take your fantasies to a new height, then you can’t miss this sexy gear. The best part about this is the fact that these are detachable cuffs turning themselves into a piece of beautiful jewellery when you need it to be. Else we are pretty sure you are well aware of its use in your bedroom. Now that’s what we call a mix of luxury and convenience.

  1. The Cock Ring:

This one is a must for all the escorts. Cock rings come in different materials, from flexible silicone and rubber to leather and metal. C- Rings can be worn around the base of the penis and sometimes the testicles to make the erection harder, bigger, and longer-lasting. You can add a pure silver cock ring to your essentials for an extra bit of luxury, right? Grab it soon and give your client a long-lasting night which they shall remember for years to come.

  1. Love Swing:

We all have fantasized about having sex on a swing, I mean, who will not like that?! Sex swings have the potential to take sexual intercourse to its extreme, of course, in a good way. A sex swing enables excellent freedom of movement to try out challenging sex positions which makes sexual intercourse much steamier and more effortless. If you like trying out extreme sex poses then this will make your job much easier and exciting, get ready to experience maximum satisfaction with minimum effort.

  1. Ben Wah Balls:

This needs no introduction also known as Kegel balls, these have been around for centuries. They are often used to strengthen vaginal muscle, helping maintain the looseness of the vagina, making it tight again. These come in various forms, weight and sizes according to your personal needs. These balls are usually hallowed and they insist on some weight. When inserted inside the vagina, it’s known to provide extreme sexual stimulation that lasts until you get it out, which is a reason why it is known by many names like orgasm balls, venus balls, jiggle balls, geisha balls, love balls, pleasure balls and more. Although, it does not bring the user to immediate orgasm but rather teases them for long hours.

  1. Good old Lubes:

We all know that having good lubrication is an essential prerequisite for having great intercourse. We all have probably heard this saying called “The wetter, the better!”. It goes without saying that investing in good lubrication is a must. Lubes come in three categories: Water-based, Silicon-based and Oil-based. Choose one that suits you and it will go a long way.

  1. For sensation lovers

Some people attain orgasm just by some tingling sensations. If you happen to be an escort who loves to give orgasm to their clients then get yourselves a 10-tool kit by Agent Noir Neon Wand. The kit consists of a power tripper, an electro whip, a neon wand, a pinwheel handcuff, tongue, mushroom and a silver attache case.

  1. Pet masks

Roleplay has always been an innate part of foreplay. Some escorts like to dress up and pretend like one of their client’s fantasies, seeing the light of day- wearing a pet mask to get their true animal side out. You can easily rock the show by wearing a, wait-for-it – a sexy fox mask. Go for either a half-face or a full-face mask. The velvet and lace will make the mask an amazing accessory to play with.

Thus, working as an escort will expose you to a world of kinks. An escort has to fulfil the client’s demand to get paid. Sometimes, preparing these skills can be difficult as not every escort is trained in such a manner. Every escort has their own set of styles which they don’t wish to change. The more famous and popular an escort is, the more demand the client will have. Be it bondage or roleplay, sometimes you even might not be prepared.

Things to be cautious about

Apart from the above-mentioned items, an escort should always carry their lubricants and protections in order to avoid infections and unwanted pregnancy. Make sure to always play it safe. Many times, you might be in the mood to have sex with a client, so carry your favourite lubes in your bag.

Also, your toys must be enticing. Choose toys that you are comfortable using with your clients. There’s no use in playing around with toys that you won’t enjoy. The tool kit that an escort brings to the client must contain toys that can be willingly used. Sometimes, playful teases work the best. Just a tickle with the feather can make your client wet. It could even give them an ultimate pleasurable moment. An escort should know the G-spots so that they could send chills to your client. For someone who likes anal, a buttplug can make reach heaven. Tell them about the charges before trying anything kinky on your client. Ask them if they are comfortable or not.

Fetishes vs Fantasies.

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Words are occasionally my favorite tool to use both in the bedroom and out. But today we aren’t talking about dirty talk, though we could. No today dear readers, we are talking semantics and comparing two of my favourite words and words that are often confused, confuddled and mixed up in many scenes, scenarios and interchanges between people when discussing kinks.


Fetish vs Fantasy.




A fetish can best be described as a strong desire or need for something be it an object or a person, an act or kink. There are those who can argue that a fetish could be categorized as an uncontrollable desire, the very opposite a phobia, in which a person has an uncontrollable fear, sometimes even irrational. Fetishes can sometimes be categorised as lust worthy, uncontrollable desires, perhaps even irrational to the rational part of a person’s mentality. But it still gives them sexual or pleasureable gratification.


Fetishes can be primal in nature and in some aspects some people have felt much shame in them. Finding safe and welcoming communities where they can find acceptance as well as safe spaces to safely explore, discuss and explore these fetishes is becoming more mainstream and is a joy to see as our society opens up and #breaksthestigma. Fetishes can be many and varied. To date there are over 239 fetishes but here are 12 of some of the most common sexual ones you may have come across


  1. Role-Playing – or dress ups. Just because we’re adults doesn’t mean we can’t play make believe sometimes. It can be fun to slip into a different person from time to time, try on a fun costume and pretend to be a different character.


  1. Anal sex – this one is a little bit of a grey area, some people enjoy anal sex as a sexul act while others visualise it as a fetish. As long as everyone is consensually enjoying it, who are we to label labels?


  1. Lingerie – being aroused by a certain type of lingerie is definitely a fetish and more common than people give it credit. Stockings. Lace. satin. Latex. These pieces of adorning lingerie can be wholeheartedly turn ons for people.


  1. Impact Play- spanking, flogging, paddling and other forms of consensual striking.


  1. Foot Fetish – the worship of feet through acts such as kissing, massage, smelling, licking, touching or just watching.


  1. Bondage – Being tied up or restrained. Bondage can range from very mild to very intense and is usually found in BDSM but has also been known to be one of the first things to try when spicing up things in the bedroom. Restaurants can be made from cuffs, rope, a tie, cable ties,…..many things.


  1. Group sex – threesomes and foursomes are the most common but group sex also extends to orgies involving multiple people and gang-bangs including one person of one gender and mutliples of the other gender.


  1. Sensory play- When we think sensory play we often immediately think of hot and cold, ice and fire, or in this case wax play. Sensation play also includes blindfolds, feathers and for the more experienced, electrostim play.


  1. Dirty Talk – I say Dirty talk but well, it’s not really more things like humiliation and degradation, being called names, talking down and dirty.


  1. Orgasm control – or denial. This is edging into BDSM and is a subsection of submission and dominance, bringing the submissive to the brink of orgasm and forced to stop. And doing so repeatedly. or , withholding sex or orgasms over a period of time as a form of teasing.


  1. Voyuerism and exhibitionism- watching people having sex, or having sex out in public ith the risk of being caught having sex is very common. WHo among us has not had sex in a car or sneakily in the cinema?


  1. Pornography – Watching, looking at pornographic material, before or during sexual intercourse or play






I will admit. Fantasies and Fetishes are not all that different. But the difference is a big one. Fantasies are our respective, imagined scenarios that get us all hot and heavy. They are the screenplay in our minds that we make up, that may involve various fetishes, or wants or desires, but they do not necessarily control us.




This is the big one


We may not want to play them out in real life.


Fetishes drive us. We want them. Some people need them.


Fantasies are exactly that. They are imaginary.


Staging a scene in real life to mirror your fantasy, while nice, will be hard, especially if it is a fantasy you have lived and re-lived in your imagination for years. You have built it up with such exquisite and erotic detail that that is a hard act to nail in real life to the exactness of the fantasy. The fetishes, sure thing, those can be met. But the fantasy is a construct of the amalgamation of the fetishes and how you have controlled them in your imaginatorium.


Another example is a real life example of a couple who divulged their fantasies that they masturbated to, to one another, and the husband thought it would be nice to organise his wife’s fantasy, not realising, that while she fantasised about it, when faced with it she had zero interest in fulfilling it with him.


I think an important takeaway is that fantasies are amazing, and that everyone should have them, talk about them if you’re open enough and confident to do so, but make it clear when you do, if your fantasy is something you want to try, or something personal you enjoy having a good solo session to when you’re alone.


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Threesomes And More!

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Threesomes can be a scary word brought up within a relationship that the other partner can just instantly be put off with only saying the word. This day and age i have found a lot more singles and couples are more open to exploring there fetish/fantasies and threesomesis starting to become not as intimating as they use to be. Not all of them need to start with just a couple and adding an extra into them. Some can just be three single people wanting to adventure out and have a bit of fun. Some are just drunken nights that things got a little heated and ended with two different people lying beside you the next morning. Whatever your story is then I always say try something once and if its not your thing then at least you got out your comfort zone and experiment a new experience.
For the couples that are totally against having another person come anywhere near there partners then there is a fun cool way to create a threesome feel without another person being added in. Go to your local adult boutique and grab a masturbator and some lube. There is so many amazing designs of masturbators to choice from, whether its plain or vibrating figure out the one that suits your partner the most. For lesbian couples, go and grab a vibe or even a rabbit. With using these sex toys on your partners they will have the feel like a real life human and with you using it on them then they can relax and get into the mood without the hassle of having to do it themselves.
Some couples just do not know were to even begin to search for another person to join in. We are lucky that now a days we have social media and the internet to help this process. This can help open so many doors to finding someone suitable.
  • Apps – The main one that i can recommend is an app called Fetlife. Its an app that is open to every sort of sex fantasies and fetishes out there. You can make a profile up and anyone interest can get in contact with you. The is great for being able to see pictures of them and have little conversation to maybe take the nerves away if you have any. I have seen on just some of the basic dating websites, couples that have made a profile to invite a third person into there relationship for the night.
  • Advert boards in an adult store. Not all of them do this but some do and its an easy way to leave an advert about exactly what you are looking for and just leave your phone number. I was in Oh! Zone Penrith the other day and noticed they had one hanging near the main door full of adverts.
  • Hiring an escort or prostitute. This way you will have someone professional and experience in this department. This is a great help for beginners starting this way and they can take control and guide you through it. Most of them will make you feel relaxed and comfortable in case the nerves take over a bit.
  • Swingers clubs – There are some good few to pick from if you don’t mind traveling into the sydney city way. Before you go you and your partner need to talk and discuss between each other to find out what each others limits and boundaries are going to be so there is no confusion or arguments when you are there. At these clubs they are so respectful and lovely people to experiment with that will make you feel excited and relaxed at the same time. Everyone there has been a newbie at some point so there so welcoming and friendly with you and help ease you into trying something new. There is strike rules so your do not ever feel under pressure to do anything your not wanting to.  With the swingers clubs its not only about swapping partners, some couples go there to just have threesomes, so pretty much everything goes as long as the other people are up for it.
  • Friends – You might not even realize that someone very close to use would be up for adding themselves into your sex life for the night. Yes this one is probably going to be your riskiest one but it could also be a very comfortable one also. The risky side is that they regret it after and then it can become a little awkward between use all. Another is some feelings may happen to get involve. The more comfortable fact is there is no strings attached but you know this person and feel very relaxed around them, also will know there back story and whats going on in there life to add them into the threesome triangle.
I always recommend safe sex before trying any new adventures. Make sure you are using condoms or even dental dams for females. We can all get a bit caught up in the moment and maybe forget so please wrap up and do not be silly. But have fun, experiment and get out that comfort zone we all tend to be to scared to leave. Its 2020 and judgment with people is getting a lot lower.
This article was contributed by a conultant at the Oh Zone Adult Stores.

What’s the Difference Between a Kink and Fetish?

fetish and kink

With the rising popularity of BDSM, people are becoming more comfortable talking about kinks and fetishes. Though casual conversation of BDSM helps bring awareness and promotes sexual expression, we tend to throw around the terms ‘kink’ and ‘fetish’ around, thinking they’re the same. And while these two terms are used almost interchangeably, they actually hold their own definitions and differences. By knowing the differences between the two, next time you’re having a kinky chat with your partner, you’ll know what you’re talking about. So, what are the differences between a ‘kink’ and a ‘fetish’?


What is a fetish?

In general, a fetish is a sexual obsession to a specific body part or object, not inherently sexual in nature. For example, someone may have a foot fetish or shoe fetish, neither being sexual objects. A fetish is essential to an individual’s sexual identity, meaning their fetish must be incorporated into their sex lives.


What is a kink?

A kink is a broader term than a fetish. When an individual has a kink, it means they’re attracted to a variety of sexual interests that go beyond vanilla sex. This includes BDSM, impact play, and roleplaying. Essentially, kinks are beyond conventional sex acts, and include but aren’t limited to:


  • Bondage
  • Spanking
  • Strap-on sex
  • Fisting
  • Male Chastity
  • Furry
  • Voyeurism
  • Foot Worship
  • FemDom
  • Ageplay


So if you thought sex in doggy style was kinky, think again. When it comes to kinky sex, it’s all about adventuring outside “normal” sex.


What are the differences between ‘fetish’ and ‘kink’?

Though they share similarities, having a kink and fetish are two different things. You may find that they overlap, and that’s because it’s true. When it comes to kinks and fetishes, there is a grey area between the two – no one said sex was black and white!


The best way to understand the differences is to think of it like this: all fetishes are kinks, but not all kinks are fetishes. For example, someone’s kink could be seeing their partner in high heels while having sex, but this can also be another person’s fetish.


  • Fetishes are psychological

The main difference between a kink and fetish is the psychological connection someone has with their fetish. Someone with a kink can have a sexual experience without performing any sexual acts that are outside of mainstream sex. In other words, they’re able to have sex in the missionary position, for example, and receive sexual pleasure and gratification. Whereas, someone with a fetish is psychologically and sexually dependent on a specific act or object. A fetishist will not be able to become aroused without their fetish; they’re psychologically dependent on it for sexual pleasure.


  • Most fetishes develop from early life

Like we said above, fetishes are connected to an individual’s psychological state. Now, having a fetish doesn’t mean someone is unhealthy or mentally unstable. However, it’s believed that fetishism develops from childhood experiences.


If someone has a fetish for a specific object, they had a strong sexual connection with that object during childhood. The desire of a particular object is developed through reinforcement. If they received sexual gratification from leather pants or shoes during childhood, for example, the behavior will continue to develop sexually in their adult years. Whereas an individual’s kinks can develop through sexual experimentation, etc.


  • Kinks are not necessary for sexual pleasure

Unlike fetishes, people who have kinks can have them for a variety of reasons. If someone is engaging in spanking, S&M, or role-playing, it doesn’t necessarily mean they become aroused from it. For many people, kinks allow them to release or gain control and experiment with role reversal. That’s what creates the arousal. The act itself isn’t necessarily providing sexual pleasure; rather it’s the emotional release they experience while performing it.


  • Fetishists cannot be aroused without their fetish

If your partner has a foot fetish that you can’t stand, the odds are you two aren’t going to last long. Fetishes aren’t kinks. A person with a fetish isn’t able to become aroused unless they incorporate their fetish into sex. Many people assume that a fetish is something that can be “dropped” but unless the person attends therapy to overcome their fetish, they’re not going to change.


  • Kinks are subjective

The term fetish is pretty defined, not leaving much room for interpretation. However, when it comes to ‘kink,’ it’s very broad. In reality, there are no defining factors that make someone kinky. The mainstream community decided that S&M, bondage, and spanking are kinks; however, what’s considered “normal sex” is a social construct. Kinks are subjective as they’re sexual behaviors that don’t fall under a social norm.


Though kinks and fetishes share many similarities, there are also clear differences. If you were wondering which category you fall under, by knowing what each term means, you’ll have a clearer picture of where you stand.


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Slap, Tickle and SPANK!

Slapping bottom

Spank class!

Spanking has had a bad rap in recent times, you’re no longer allowed to spank children or the elderly to keep them in line. However, there was a time when people were spanking all over town. All jokes aside, I’ll admit it, I love to be spanked. Pre-sex, during sex, and a good ol’ after sex smack on the ass, a gesture that I put on a great show. While some people find this kink a little odd, there are thousands of people who enjoy erotic spanking. Why am I sharing this with you? Because I think everyone deserves a good spanking and I am going to share how to give and receive a good ol’ sexual spanking spank.

BDSM Spank
Bondage Spanking

History of spanking

Spanking is not a new trend, the first recorded image or depiction of sexual spanking in Tomba della Fustigazione, or the Tomb of Whipping and actually backdates to 490 BC. Spanking is depicted through Greek and Egyptian cultures as well as mention in Karma Sutra in the Indian culture. Spanking moved through the Renaissance and Victorian eras with a common underground culture of sexual spanking found in Victorian history. Fast forward to more modern times, we’ve become more kink friendly and accepting of people’s sexual fetishes and it is less taboo to tell people about your spanking desires. There you go, your spank lesson over!

Firstly, and most importantly: Permission is important!

Consent is a fickle thing isn’t it? Look, I really shouldn’t need to say this, however, I am saying it anyway. Never ever spank anyone without their consent, like – ever. Adding to that you should ask before you spank not after. You’ll be sorry when someone punches you in the nose because you gave an unwelcomed smack. After someone has given you permission to spank them you should try implementing safe words or systems. The traffic light system is a good start: green is obviously means keep going, yellow is when you are pushing limits and need to dial it down and red for stop, as in stop immediately. Under no circumstances should you ever continue to spank someone if they have said they’ve had enough.

Why do people like spanking?

Short answer is: science. The long answer is that the neurotransmitters in your brain that help control your brains pleasure and rewards centre is also activated when it comes to pain. That is where that old saying comes into play, there is a fine line between pleasure and pain. So, that is why many people find spanking a turn on. Also, after 50 Shades of Grey came out everybody is much more kink friendly than ever before.

Bare basics… get it? BARE.

Spanking at its simplest form can be performed on a bare bum with bare hands. However, there are various implements you can use on your partner. Although, if you’ve never been spanked it’s a good idea to start slow, while you’re in doggy style ask your partner to spank you. Establish how much force is going to be used and how frequently the spanks are going to be. If you find you don’t enjoy it, simply ask your partner to stop. If you find you enjoy ask your partner to spank you more or with more force.  At this point you could start massaging the area before spanking it again, this will stimulate those neurons in the brain between pain and pleasure.

Spanking V2.0

Once you’ve started down you will inevitably move to more intense spanks, often with the use of: whips, chains, floggers, nine tails etc. The force used will dependent on what you and your partner are comfortable with. Personally, I’ve been left bruised from the spanking sessions I have received from previous partners. However, that level of intensity isn’t for everyone and that is okay. Some people like to be restrained while being spanked without sex, while others like to use it as a form of foreplay or enjoy spanking during sex. Some use spanking as part of their regular sexual repertoire, others only experiment perhaps during role-play for example a naughty school student much in need of a spanking from their principle. Sex is very subjective and some prefer light spanking while others go a bit harder.

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naughty spanking

Class dismissed

As my spank lesson comes to an end I’d like to summarise my key points. Remember to ask before you spank people, or you will go to jail. It’s okay to not like spanking or to like being beaten mercilessly – as long as you’re consenting. Everyone’s sexuality is their own and you can’t force your sexual kinks onto your partner if they aren’t into it. Start off gentle and easy, light spanks during sex is a good place to start, level up slowly! Start with bare bums and bare hands before buying a flogger or paddle, start off with light smacks rather than a brutal beat down. That’s a sure what your partner will never let you do it again, and no one wants that!


Your homework is to go out and start exploring you spanking fetishes with your partners, enjoy yourselves and happy humping!