How to practice BDSM for the first time WITHOUT GETTING UPSET. BDSM* is in vogue and recent erotic novels and films have achieved the unthinkable, making a practice that was once seen as a weird fetish the norm. And sure, they had to release a blockbuster and sell thousands of books along the way, but hey… at least we’ve made progress! Following the world premiere, where Anna met Christian and discovered that dungeons can sometimes take the form of sexy red rooms, thousands of women jumped on the “50 Shades” bandwagon and vowed to fulfil their most secret fantasies. BDSM is a game – and a very exciting one at that – where there are clear, precise rules that, for once, aren’t meant be broken, given that your wellbeing also plays a part (tip of the day: set limits, arrange everything beforehand, define safe words and choose the right tools). With this in mind, Toys of Eros asked 4 women about their BDSM experiences in order to provide you with useful advice for when the moment arises. Are you ready? Morgan, 32 Once I understood that I wasn’t suffering from emotional problems, and just liked how latex and leather shined on my skin, I approached …
4th of July in P-town! As gay as it gets! Provincetown is about as gay as it gets. And the 4th of July proves it! Independence in Provincetown, Massachusetts is a week-long party festival from Thursday June 29, 2017 – Thursday July 6, 2017. Most of the large parties take place at the Crown & Anchor, which is a gay hotel and entertainment complex. Check out their schedule at OnlyAtTheCrown.com/independence. And you can’t miss the infamous tea dances at the Boat Slip. They pumped it up for July 4th week. Starting at 4pm everyday is their IndepenDANCE Week – June 30th – July 7th and on the 4th, Fireworks & Extended Tea.
August 4th, 2016 by Suzannah Weiss Read original article on glamour.com Of all the things our bodies do, perhaps nothing is shrouded in more mystery than female ejaculation. Headlines and online forums are constantly speculating as to what it’s made of, how it’s triggered, and even whether or not it actually happens. We’ve been in the dark for so long about this phenomenon because it’s kind of hard to study in a laboratory setting, sex therapist Vanessa Marin points out. But we do know that it’s real, and contrary to recent rumors, it’s not just pee. Female ejaculate is actually made of the same stuff as semen, minus the sperm, says Good Vibrations staff sexologist Carol Queen, Ph.D. The same way the clitoris is similar to the penis, the G-spot is like the prostate (in fact, scientists call it the prostata femina), and stimulating it can yield a similar response. Though the numbers aren’t known, she and Marin both think a small minority of women ejaculate already and more probably could with the right stimulation. If you want to try it yourself, Marin recommends using the Njoy Pure Wand on your G-spot while stimulating your clitoris. If you’re worried about …
The Provincetown History of Sex Museum by, Toys of Eros THE BIRTH OF THE VIBRATOR It all began in ancient Greece, when Hippocrates decided that almost all diseases that befell women were due to an illness of their reproductive system. He called this disease Hysteria. (Hysto is Latin for uterus.) His treatment for hysteria was to induce a “paroxysm.” Hippocrates’ recorded instructions for other physicians, explaining how to induce a paroxysm and cure hysteria:
We love the winter. This is when Toys of Eros shines. We can really talk to you, and advise you with your shopping. Often you’re alone in the store, and get our undivided attention. You can ask all those embarrassing questions you don’t want to ask in front of 50 strangers.
The best vibrators are the ones we can use together! We all love to orgasm with vibrators. (Well, OK, 99% of us.) For some of us, it’s the only way we like to cum. So we do all different things with our vibrators. Sometimes we make love while one of holds the vibe on her clit, sometimes we make love, and then take turns finishing ourselves off with a vibrator.
Uberlube… Provincetown Favorite Lube If you want to consult an expert on lube, talk to a gay man. Here at Toys of Eros, we give away 100’s of samples of Uberlube a day. And it seems like everyone comes back the next day to buy it. The men of Provincetown have declared it their favorite lube of all time. And that’s enough for us. In Short: The slipperiness is perfect and lasts forever. It doesn’t stain sheets or clothing, it has no taste, no smell, and is completley hypoallergenic. You can even drink it, it’s so safe.
We’ve got different needs than heterosexuals when it comes to lube. The cheapest and the most familiar lube is water based lube. It’s cheap, smooth, slick, and easy to apply. It is compatible with all types of condoms, making it ideal for safe anal sex. It’s also really easy to clean up, just a bit of warm water and everything will be good as new, regardless of how much you want to use. YU can buy it with different consistencies, from super thick to thin, and have a million variations, warming, flavored, etc. The cons: Water based lube dries out, and gets sticky and gunky, so you have to slop it on thick, and you have to keep reapplying it.
The Best Sexual Staple for WOMEN After 40 years of use, research, trial and error – HITACHI has outdone themselves! For those of you over 45, you will truly appreciate the new and improved Hitachi Magic Wand. The Hitachi is by far, one of the strongest vibrators on the scene. However, I am sure that some of you may recall previous experiences involving a really loud, heavy, and distracting device.
Keep Your Package Pumped When the weather heats up, the clothes come off. When you are hanging with a crowd of friends or soon-to-be-friends, it is important to put your best dick forward! It is no secret that men check each others’ packages out and compare with others or themselves – constantly. Like it or not, we do make value judgements based on the size and shape of a man’s cock. That being said . . . MEN . . . it is vital that you remain at the head of the pack!