Trying to find your soulmate through online dating is hard, but finding your sex toy soulmate doesn’t have to be. Stop swiping around and settling for less than you deserve, and settle down with your perfect sex toy bae.
We’re big fans of being well schooled in the realm of pleasure, so here are a few key sex terms to familiarize yourself with, in order to never feel lost in the bedroom again!
We all dream of surprising that sexy someone in our life with a Valentine’s Day gift they’ve always wanted, but couldn’t ask for. We want it to be meaningful and intimate. Something more sophisticated than a mixtape but more romantic than, say, a food processor. It has to be something that communicates a very specific message: “I love you, I care about you and I didn’t get this 12 hours ago at Target”… You know who you are.
Though Valentine’s Day is generally a big holiday for jewelry, clothing and scented toiletries, I believe in giving a gift that can provide your partner (and yourself) with more than just a night of pleasure. Candy and cards only go so far, but multiple orgasms? That’s a gift she won’t soon forget! After all, when was the last time a woman cried out “Oh God, YES!” when receiving a gift card to Nordstrom? Exactly.
Whether you’re searching for the perfect present to show your partner how much you love them, or are simply looking to spread the self-love this Valentine’s Day, I’ve got pleasure-packed gifts for everyone on your list!
From electrical currents to sex toy chests, nurse costumes to literary erotica, there is so much more to sex than just the old in-and-out.
Oh bodies – where would we be without them?
They help us regulate our internal temperatures and combat disease and infections. We can parkour through city streets in them, touch and feel through billions of nerve cells, and let us experience the all-pleasurable orgasm.
Many people with a uterus (regardless of gender identity) bleed, and most use either pads or tampons to manage it. They seem like the quick, easy, cheap solution right?
On today’s show, Emily is joined by pelvic floor physical therapist Heather Jeffcoat, author of Sex Without Pain: A Self-Treatment Guide To The Sex Life You Deserve to talk about the importance of pelvic floor health for everyone.