Planning on wining and dining your lover this Valentine's Day? These sexy table tricks will ensure that love is on the menu for you
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It is surprisingly rare to find good reviews on traditional styled handcuffs. When you buy them as a sex toy, you often get a poorer quality item - they will fit poorly and frequently feel like you could break them by giving them a good tug. Since most of the people who want to feel as though they can get away if they need to (I have my hand up here) tend to stick to Bondage Tape or scarves, that isn't a plus for metal handcuffs.
So when I see a set getting not one but two 5 star ratings, it is worth noting.
...without offending them or implying their bad in bed!
With Valentine's Day, you can go a couple of different ways - if you are part of a couple, you can go romantic with gifts of candy, flowers, and intimate caresses or you can go full-on erotic with fearsome new toys set to test the bounds of your trust in your partner, the strength of your bed frame, and the integrity of your house's wiring system. An interesting idea, though, might be to do... both.
I'm not normally all that excited about gift sets - they are often stuffed with things that you don't really want so that the shops can bulk it up a little and get rid of the tat that doesn't sell on its own. But I have rather fallen in love with this set from Pipedream. I find it appealing both because it covers such a nice spectrum of naughty and nice toys, and because it really is a deal.
Oh, it's time for men (and women) who love the look of a woman in a high heel to rejoice - the BBC is saying that wearing heels might improve our sex lives. Here I've always thought it was enough that wearing heels made me feel sexier and made me sexier to men, but an Italian urologist who likes her own heels is saying that that isn't the end of it. Apparently, wearing heels helps to strengthen our pelvic floor muscles (those are the ones that contract when you're having an orgasm - you know, the ones I'm always on about the need to strengthen with kegel exercises). Even better, though, is that this benefit seems to come from wearing a nice two inch heel that is more work-friendly than a stiletto:
Here's a much tighter, much naughtier version of the trusty Doggy Style position
From 2007's irritating Mitchell and Web Mac adverts to this recent profile of a typical Mac
fanboyuser from Advertising Age, there's been a lot of hoopla and chin-stroking about the difference between Mac and Windows users.
Mac users, we are told, are cool and sophisticated. Windows users, well, aren't.
But here at Lovehoney we've been thinking that there must be more interesting differences between the operating system sexes than that.
What, for example, does your choice of operating system say about your sex life? Are Mac users having more sex than Windows users? Are they having different kinds of sex? We need to know.
And know we shall. The Lovehoney Web site received nearly 1 million unique visits in December 2007 and by analysing the site's Web logs and analytics information we can start to answer these vital sex questions.
So please join us as we lift our analytics skirts in the first of a regular series, and let you take a peak at the sexual differences between Mac and Windows users...