How to Introduce Sex Toys to Your Relationship

Have you ever wanted to try using sex toys with your partner? If you’re not quite sure how to ask your partner about sex toys, this guide breaks it down for you to make the conversation easier. There’s so much that toys can add to your sex life–why not give it a try?

Review: Pillow Talk Feisty

The Pillow Talk Feisty is a mountable, thrusting vibrator by BMS Enterprises. It’s got a super squishy, soft silicone shaft and has 5 different thrusting and vibrating functions. Like everything else in the Pillow Talk line, it’s gorgeous, but is it worth the investment as a mounted vibrator?

Review: Uberrime Astra Artifex

The Uberrime Astra is a toy designed for simplicity but it certainly isn’t boring. With a tapered, bulbous head, curved shaft, and a surprise feature on the base, it has everything I look for in a g-spot dildo and more!

Review: We-Vibe Nova 2

The We-Vibe Nova 2 is fully rechargeable, waterproof, and has the ability to pair with We-Vibe’s We-Connect™ app to be controlled from anywhere in the world. With a clitoral arm that stays exactly where you need it, even while you thrust the internal g-spot vibe, the Nova 2 has definitely raised the bar for dual stimulation toys.

Choosing the Right Vibrator

When buying a new sex toy, it’s very difficult to know where to start. Even if you have an idea of what you might like, there are so many options to choose from! The variation of toys that you can get, even from the same category, can be overwhelming. This guide breaks down some of the most common sub-categories of vibrators to help you make an informed decision.

How to Introduce Kink to Your Relationship

Whether you’re a beginner to BDSM in general or just interested in trying something new, it can be difficult to know how to start exploring a new kink. Where do you look for information? How do you bring it up to a partner? How do you improve your skills? Here are some steps to help guide you through the process.

Goodbye, Tumblr

Tumblr’s finally cracked down on NSFW blogs, which means I’m out of a community I’ve known and loved for 10 years but I wanted to give Tumblr my proper goodbyes.