We all know from Cupid and Hallmark and Victoria’s Secret that Valentine’s Day is supposed to be the sexiest, sultriest, panty-droppingest day in existence.
We also know that’s not actually going to happen.
But you can try, can’t you? Your partner probably isn’t going to turn into Christian/Christina Grey for the night. But that doesn’t mean you can’t introduce a sex toy or three to spice things up. Here’s nine toys we think you might enjoy for a little something-something extra this Valentine’s Day. Let us know how it goes … if you’re willing to kiss and tell.
Every holiday season, every publication imaginable puts together gift guides filled with shopping ideas for the festively confused. It has always surprised me that more gift guides for husbands and wives and boyfriends and girlfriends, don’t suggest sexy goodies. Lots of sex toys are inexpensive (under $40, with lots of them under $30) and unlike a hand lotion or yet another scented candle, they can last for years. I would not recommend that a sex toy be your only gift to a partner this year, as gifts like this can be seen more as “for us” rather than “for you.” But if you’re looking for a stocking stuffer or an extra something-something to go with another gift, I say go sexy!
And it should go without saying this slideshow is NSFW, although none of the images are explicit. Enjoy!
I don’t know what to tell you, people, other than these shoes have butt plugs for heels. If you have a desire to see the full image, click through. [Kingdom of Style] Keep reading »
I was never one of those girls who jumped on the pierced belly button bandwagon. In my mind, naval jewelry is in the same family as lower back tattoos and toe rings, which is to say, simply not something I could — or would want to — pull off. But now I’ve discovered something that makes belly button accessories seem as sophisticated and chaste as drinking tea with the queen. For those who can never have enough skin to pierce and orifices to adorn, anal jewelry is the latest addition in a string of “daring accessories you can wear.” Designed for “versatility,” each piece consists of a stainless plug with an interchangeable cap in an assortment of styles and colors. If you’re feeling really frisky, you can even get the ever-popular “horse tail” which fits the plug as well. I’d link to the full detailed image, but in the interest of preserving whatever shred of decency we have left, I’ll just let you use your imagination. Prices start at $105. Keep reading »