Regardless of your motive, think about how flirting makes you feel. Flirting and being flirted with is fun. As we grow up, there are less and less avenues for playful interactions with other people, and eventually flirting is one of the few forms of play we have left. It’s also a huge boost to your self-confidence to be flirted with. Brain chemistry also plays a factor in why flirting can make you feel awesome.
Just call me your sex toy Santa, because with the help of LUVOQA, a spectacular new sex toy shop, I’m giving away a Njoy Pure Wand for the holidays!
Ahhh, my favorite time of the year—Sale Season! As an avid hunter of good deals, the only thing I love more than a good deal on items I want… it’s good deals on the sex toys I want. To make the Black Friday/Holiday Sale chaos a little bit easier, I’ve organized all the best deals from the stores I love!
This was my first trip into the world of Mystic Wands… and I don’t think I’ll be returning. I don’t feel like this is a toy that will work for a wide range of people. The vibrations are too weak and too buzzy to satisfy most, and I’ve never been quite so disappointed in the construction quality of a toy—especially at this price point of around $100.
You’re probably not surprised to hear that I had really high expectations for the Doxy Die Cast wand vibrator. Do you blame me? It’s gorgeous. It’s a million times prettier than my Magic Wand, it’s stronger, and it’s made from better and safer materials. Oh yeah, it also has more speeds and can be used internationally. It did not disappoint me! My Doxy Die Cast has earned a coveted spot in my nightstand (only my Magic Wand and the Njoy Pure Wand have ever reached this status folks).
This product was a disappointment. After removing my possible personal bias from the equation, and assuming the strap had not broken, since Lovehoney would have sent me a replacement, the Fifty Shades of Grey Keep Still Over the Bed Cross Set was unwieldy to set up, impossible to adjust (for a full-size bed), and a disaster to store away. I think Lovehoney has far better options for restraining your partners.
I’m trying something new: weekly updates of all my half-baked thoughts/feels throughout the week served up to you stream-of-consciousness style. Let’s see how this goes, shall we? This week: A mini BlogSquad weekend, new sex toys (and pegging), the upcoming Sex Down South conference, and my favorite podcasts!
Being chronically ill is also one of my biggest motivators for becoming a sex blogger (my other reasons were a love of sex and obsession with sex toys!) Even before vulva pain was an issue for me, I had so many questions from problems I would run into that not even google had good answers to—and I realized that I couldn’t possibly be the only person looking for answers. I love sex, but I’m also a person living with chronic illness, and it’s had an enormous impact on my sex life—so I’m going to keep talking about it so hopefully the next time someone goes looking for answers they’ll be able to find them.
As a prostate toy, the Don falls short… literally. The bulb meant for insertion just isn’t long enough to reach the prostate. Still, I really liked the Don by Doxy. It has great, and quiet, rumbly vibrations making it a great purchase for penis-owners who like vibrations on the head or shaft of their penis, those who likes strong clitoral stimulation, and anyone who needs a strong but quiet vibrator.
Being at Woodhull’s #SFS16 made me feel comfortable, like I belonged, and confirmed how right being part of the sex-positive community felt to me—a community of people who are inclusive, understanding, accepting, and non-judgmental. I’m not sure who wouldn’t want to be a part of that. I felt strangely at peace being at Woodhull, as and a very high-strung person who has no idea what relaxing is, that’s a huge thing for me.