Friday, March 12, 2010

infrared-massager

So I invested in this product soley on the fact that some men feel comfortable in foreplay using toys that dont have the appearance of another mans penis! But this product was a big disapointment I mean it comes with all these hog wash attachments that doesnt do jsck for the Ha ha nor does it give a good massage the power was less than average for the sensitive clitorious.


I was a big fan of the warming action but it doesnt matter because that aint jack either! I should have followed my first mind and gotten the old fashion one.
Picture from edenfansty.com

Friday, September 25, 2009

Anal bleaching



This is a topic women dont talk much about but are curious, after all why do the porn stars have such cute pink Pussy's. I mean after all that work looks like a smooth babys butt! Do your research on this before you try it, after all you may not need it. The best site I have ran across with helpful links to products for this is  http://www.bleachbum.com/


Thursday, August 6, 2009

Personal Lube


Personal lubricants (colloquially termed as lube) are specialized lubricants which serve, during sexual acts (such as intercourse and masturbation), to reduce friction with the penis, vagina, anus or other body parts. Personal lubricants were originally derived from surgical lubricants designed for use during medical procedures, and are now also used frequently to provide lubrication for sexual practices. Popular personal lubricant brands include Wallace-O'Farrell's Slippery Stuff Gel, K-Y Jelly, Astroglide, Eros, Aquawet, Sliquid, Boy Butter, Super Spit, Oceanus Naturals Carrageenan, Firefly Organics, System JO, Durex Play, ID, Wet, Liquid Silk, Maximus, Probe, Gun Oil and Élégance Woman’s Lubricant.
Contents[hide]
1 Personal lubricant types
1.1 Water-based
1.2 Oil-based
1.3 Natural and organic
1.4 Silicone-based
1.5 Specialty lubricants
1.6 Anal Specific
2 Uses
2.1 Medicine
2.2 Sexual intercourse
2.3 Masturbation
3 References
//

Personal lubricant types

Water-based

Different personal lubricants
Water-based personal lubricants are water soluble and are the most widely available personal lubricant on the market. Most of the earliest water-based lubricants were cellulose or glycerin solutions, although Wallace-O'Farrell's Slippery Stuff Gel, on the market since 1986, contains neither. Lubricants containing glycerin may promote or exacerbate vaginal yeast infections in persons who are susceptible.[1] Subsequent products have added various agents for spreading, water retention, and resistance to contamination. The viscosity of these products can be adjusted by adjusting their water content and concentration of cellulose (or another gel-forming hydrophilic ingredient). They have a tendency to dry out during use, but reapplication is often sufficient to re-activate them.
Because water-based personal lubricants absorb into the skin and evaporate they eventually will dry out leaving the residue derived from the other ingredients in the formulation. Particularly sugar (or glycerin) and other chemicals and preservatives create a sticky residue and associated sensation, often associated with an unpleasant taste and smell. Some of these water based personal lubricants require constant reapplication and leave a residue on the skin, which is however easily removed with water. Newer generation water-based lubricants are formulated with natural skin moisturizers such as carrageenan, eliminating the sticky residue post-evaporation. Carrageenan in some formulations such as Bioglide have been shown to be potent inhibitors of human papillomavirus infection in vitro.[2]
Typical water-based lubricants are incompatible with many sex acts that occur in water (such as in a bathtub, pool, or hot tub) as they can be dissolved or dispersed in water.

Oil-based
Many women, especially Perimenopausal women (starting as early as 35-40 years old), Menopausal women (50+ years old), and women with Vulvodynia (inflammation of the vulvar nerves that can cause burning, stinging, rawness, itching, etc.), have been frustrated with Over-The-Counter (OTC) lubricants causing irritation. At the last North American Menopause Society convention in Orlando, FL many physicians confirmed disappointments with the current OTC lubricants especially for these patient populations.
The first oil-based lubricant of its kind that has received FDA clearance and that does not contain the preservative, propylene glycol - an alcohol that can cause dryness and irritation - is Élégance Woman’s Lubricant.

Natural and organic
In the United States the first certified organic personal lubricant labeled with the USDA organic seal was Nude Personal Lubricant[3], which was created in 2004 by Applied Organics. The USDA and the United States National Organic Plan have since revised their organic strategy and changed laws affecting the ability of personal lubricants and personal care products to carry the USDA seal. Sliquid, LLC is currently marketing a personal lubricant, Sliquid Organics, certifed as organic by QCS.[citation needed]
Although petroleum jelly (e.g. Vaseline®) is inexpensive and readily available, it can often be difficult to clean off the body after sexual activity, because it is not water soluble and coats the skin. Clear, bottled mineral oil (commonly used as an oral laxative), or baby oil, is a less viscous alternative to petroleum jelly and is easier to wash off the skin. These are still synthetic petroleum based products and can cause skin irritation. Medicinal castor oil was the original plant-based surgical lubricant.[4] Many other natural plant-based fats, such as coconut oil or cocoa butter, may be used as well.

Silicone-based
Silicone-based lubricants possess many unique qualities which make them very different from other personal lubricants. Silicone based personal lubricants do not absorb into the skin, instead staying on the surface of the skin to provide a durable glide. Various products have varying characteristics, quality and performance. Not all silicone-based lubricants are certified condom and latex safe so the user must always check the label and use as directed. The CE label is an approval that the product is safe for use with latex condoms.[citation needed]
Silicone-based lubricants are not recommended for use with silicone-based sex toys. The lubricants dissolve the surface of the toys, making them sticky and causing them to slowly disintegrate. Pre-lubricated condoms may use a silicone lubricant and should therefore be checked before using with silicone-based sex toys. Popular brands include Sasmar Original, ID Millennium, Gun Oil, FriXion Silicone, Sliquid Silver and Wet Platinum.

Specialty lubricants
"Specialty" lubricants are designed to cause physiological or physical changes to the area applied; these include warming lubricants, which cause a heating sensation in the skin. Breathing on these types of lubricants can increase the effect. Another type of specialty lubricant can increase blood flow to the regions in which they are applied, creating a fuller erection of the penis or clitoris; these may contain vasodilators to, in theory, increase blood flow after topical application. One such specialty enhancer containing a vasodilator is Wallace-O'Farrell's HerGel. Others include flavored lubricants. Popular brands include Firefly Organics Personal Lubricant, ID Personal Lubricants, Sliquid Sizzle (Menthol), Carrageenan, O'My, KY Warming Lubricant, and other lubricants with the vasodilator L-arginine.

Anal Specific
Many lubricants are safe for anal sex, but there are products that are specifically designed to enhance the anal sex experience. Many of the anal lubricants contain benzocaine, a numbing agent that will numb the anal area for a more comfortable experience. Others like Astroglide Shooters do not have a numbing agent, but are conveniently packaged for ease of application. Products containing benzocaine will numb all body parts they come in contact with.[5]


Thanks to answers.com

Thursday, July 16, 2009


CLEANINGLike most toys, regular cleaning is recommended. We suggest gently wiping The Cone with any adult toy cleaner. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHOULD THE CONE BE IMMERSED IN WATER! At least not until we launch the AquaCone!POWERThe Cone uses 3C Batteries. (Always wise to keep extras for emergencies!)IDEAS FOR CONE USEWhile we're sure that most people will have a pretty good idea of how to use The Cone, we have a few suggestions!
the clitmulatorThis is the original position for using The Cone. A slow sensual build up to a mind shattering orgasm. All you need to do is lay down flat and let the cone work its wonders. Blissful!
for him (or her)This works brilliantly for both men and women. Place your cone on the floor and lower yourself onto it. The cone will do the work, so just relax and enjoy. You won't go back after experiencing the cone!
on the way outMulti-tasking at its best - you can use the cone in this position when drying you hair, or applying make-up. Just pop it on a chair, lower yourself down, and enjoy the sensations of your cone while you get yourself ready. Perfect!
the lungeThis is one of the most popular positions for the cone toy, and it's all in the name - this position really extends to those hard-to-reach pleasure spots. Lower yourself down, and let waves of delight wash over you. Great for using alone or with a partner.
the reclinerAbsolutely the best thing for when you get home form work! As the saying goes, just sit back and relax - let the cone take the strain. We can't think of anything better to do after work!
the lotusLeaf through a naughty book or pop a saucy film on the TV, then lower yourself down. You don't even have to lift a finger to enjoy the sensation of being worked up to a powerful, body-trembling (hands-free) orgasm!
the wallA favorite of our more eager customer, and certainly worth a try if you’re the curious type! Place the cone against the wall & lean over. Take pleasure in the sensation of the cone vibrating all through your lower body.
the bed wiggleGet intimate with your cone. You’re completely in control of the cone - this position allows you to ride it however you want. And of course it's hands free so plenty of opportunity for simultaneous naughtiness with you partner!
the conelingusThis position is one of many designed for two. Here's a chance to enjoy your lover and yourself at the same time. Just place your cone down and hop on top while you show yourself and your partner the time of your lives!

Saturday, July 11, 2009

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How to Experiment With Sexual Positions for Deep Penetration

How to Experiment With Sexual Positions for Deep Penetration

Instructions
Things You'll Need:
Water-based lubricant
Condom
Step 1
Try positions that put your bodies at sharp angles. A bent-over rear penetration will be much deeper than missionary.
Step 2
Try woman-on-top positions. These let the woman control the depth of penetration, and it can be quite deep.
Step 3
Try a variety of rear-entry positions, which are often deeper than front entry.
Step 4
Play around with different positions to find just the angle that suits your mood. Sometimes tiny adjustments in position can change the sensation entirely.
Step 5
Use lots of foreplay and start with other positions before you go deep. Deep penetration will be most enjoyable for you both when the woman is very aroused and lubricated.