Most women need clitoral stimulation to achieve an orgasm, but there are some of us that can climax with just vaginal stimulation. Now, we can all get lucky by barely touching our lady parts. The makers of “Slightest Touch” say their device can trigger an intense orgasm without touching the genital area.
Here’s how it works: Drink an electrolyte sports drink 20 minutes before using the device, then attach two electrode pads extending from the “Slightest Touch” to the inside of ankles and then turn on the device to start the stimulation. The device doesn’t actually cause an orgasm, instead, it stimulates the nerves sending gentle pulses up the woman’s leg for between 10 and 30 minutes leaving her on the verge of climax. Keep reading »
We love sex. You love sex. Well, that’s out of the way.
Seeing as we’re both in agreement over the importance of sex, the excitement of sex, the giggle-inducing, gasp-inspiring, slow-motion tsunami of gooseflesh-triggering awesomeness of sex, we can move on to why it is we can’t really talk about S-E-X.
Women think men are mysterious when it comes to knocking boots, or worse, single-minded and simplistic. We’re not. You’re mysterious, and that’s not playground rhetoric. The difference between what we want and what you want, our needs and yours, is the difference between banal home theater instruction manuals and more exotic hieroglyphics.
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We won’t be around this weekend (national holiday on Monday and all), so why don’t you talk amongst yourself in the forums? That is, if you’re not on your way somewhere fabulous. Me? I’ll be at home eating ice cream. Keep reading »
“I love to play doctor. I got my husband a doctor’s outfit and bag full of sex toys. I wore the naughty nurse outfit, of course.” — Christina Aguilera [Maxim] Keep reading »
Well, it was bound to happen. A U.K. sex toy company is releasing a limit edition of the rabbit (you know, the vibrator Charlotte falls in love with) called “Mr. Big” in honor of the May 30th release of Sex and the City: The Movie. [Shine] Keep reading »
A man reportedly broke into his ex-girlfriend’s home and stole the sex toys he had bought for her birthday present when they were together. After making off with the lingerie, gauntlets, shackles, and whip, Paul Ashcroft is said to have sent Claire Bainbridge a text message telling her to check her drawers. She discovered that the items were missing, and two days later they were recovered in Ashcroft’s residence. The judge sentenced him to a two-year conditional discharge, in addition to paying court costs. “This was pretty disgraceful behavior,” the judge said. “There is no excuse for doing what you did in stealing those items. I trust that the relationship has now come to an end. I have been told…each of you now has a fresh relationship. I suggest you concentrate on that.” [News Guardian, U.K.] Keep reading »
Let’s talk about sex, baby — one last time. Sue Johanson, the sweetest little grandma with the dirtiest big mouth, hosts the well-loved question and answer program Talk Sex With Sue Johanson on Oxygen. After six seasons, which aired in five languages and in 20 countries, the show is getting a happy ending with this Sunday’s episode — a sex toy special. But it sounds like a case of premature ejaculation to us! Although Sue will still answer your burning questions via the Oxygen website, we will certainly miss our weekly date with the septuagenerian sexpert. [TV Guide] Keep reading »