• Oh, Sex Toys. So tempting, but how do you know what to buy? What works? What doesn't? What is even OUT THERE to try? You have questions, I have answers (most of the time...)

    Dear McBirdie,

    This might be a weird question, but it's been driving me nuts. I recently broke up with a long time boyfriend and we're on okay terms, but I really want to get my sex game back from him. I bought it when I wanted to spice things up a bit, but we never used it - but I don't want to be tacky! Is this okay?

    Thank you,

    Game Player

    Spartacus Heavy Metal Dual Cock Rings As promised last Monday, today I'm taking a closer look at the dual cock ring--one of those toys that we tend to look at but sometimes pass over as being a bit too confusing and intimidating to purchase for ourselves.

    njoy Pure Wand Stainless Steel Dildo


     


    At this point, it would be impossible for me to actually get all of the gifts I've put on my Wish List for Christmas, but I just keep stumbling across exciting new finds when I play around on Lovehoney and Orgasm Army.  What is interesting about this one is that the reviews aren't showing up on the Lovehoney site - so if you haven't ever gone over to Orgasm Army (where real people are writing reviews of all the sex toys they have bought to better help us all get the right toy).


    I love the look of the njoy Pure Wand.  I really like a toy that has look of class about it and this one definitely has that.  It looks rather like something futuristic and should appeal to the geekies in the room.  The box it comes in is also gorgeous - it is like it does Christmas for you.  But what is most impressive is the reviews.  Check out what they're saying:

    As I talked about on Friday, being alone doesn't have to mean the end of your sex life.  On the contrary, for men on their own, it can be a time when they finally develop greater control over their orgasms, increase their stamina, and experience prostate stimulation for the first time.  Whether you want to learn to control your responses, enjoy stimulating body parts beyond your cock, or just get yourself into the best possible shape for when you are having partner sex, there are many things that you can do alone so much better than you can with a partner...


    Here then are 5 ideas and tips for enjoying your solo flight:

    Ask Birdie...

    Oh, Sex Toys. So tempting, but how do you know what to buy? What works? What doesn't? What is even OUT THERE to try? You have questions, I have answers (most of the time...)

    Dear McBirdie,


    A problem here. My boyfriend and I have sex once a week (rarely twice). Well, although he is very nice to me, it's just not enough. I get sexually frustrated on day 3 and cannot stop but pick little fights about things that bother me a little. Getting my frustration out this way seems to help in a sick way.

    I tried all the hot games with him. It does not work. He is just comfortable the way things are. And, yes, he is aware I want more sex. He says: "We are working on it. But my little fights kill his mood.

    The thing is if we had more sex I would not fight EVER. What should I do?

    Thank you,

    Frustrated

    Spartacus Heavy Metal Dual Cock Rings

    Due to a bit of a postal snafu (thanks for the great service, Royal Mail!), I ended up getting two packages from Lovehoney on Thursday morning. It was nearly more decadence than one house can handle at a time. Enough time had passed from my making the orders to getting them that I had pretty much forgotten what I had chosen - enough, in fact, that I couldn't completely remember why I had chosen everything in the boxes.

    Which is why I currently have toys that I'm not completely sure what to do with.  I wanted to take a look at more advanced cock rings, like a double-ring model (I've always tended towards simple vibrating cock rings, since I haven't yet needed to use them for stamina purposes) - I'm supposing this is why I have the Spartacus Heavy Metal Dual Cock Rings hanging out by my bed. 

    After a question from a man wanting to know what he could do now that his long-term girlfriend is gone, it spurred some discussion on how singledom can actually help you make your sex life even better. Last week (and then earlier this week for a more practical take) I looked at how things were for women. But I believe in equality in pleasure, so now let's look at men.

    Ask Birdie...

    Oh, Sex Toys. So tempting, but how do you know what to buy? What works? What doesn't? What is even OUT THERE to try? You have questions, I have answers (most of the time...)

    Dear McBirdie,

    I have have lately been in situations where additional lubrication would have increased the enjoyment of sex. How do I introduce lubes and other sexual aids to relatively new relationships?

    Also do you have a recommendation for an all purpose lube?

    Kind regards,

    Confusesed
     

    As I talked about on Friday, being alone doesn't have to mean the end of your sex life.  On the contrary, for women on their own, it can be a time when they finally nail down their elusive orgasm, learn what works for them, or increase their sexual responsiveness. 

    Whether you want to have your first orgasm, start having regular orgasms, just enjoy touching your own body, or hunt down that sneaky g-spot orgasm, there are many things that you can do alone so much better than you can with a partner...


    Here then are 5 ideas and tips for enjoying your solo flight:

    As I promised last Friday, I am going to be considering some options and benefits that are out there sexually for women on their own (and no, that does not include going to the local and picking up some random - you can do that without my say so, peeps).

    I think too often we get this idea in our heads that relationships are the goal that we are all trying to achieve. Especially as women, we are told from the time we are knee high that we need to get a husband, settle down in a cozy little house, raise some nubbins, and have a wonderful life. But for all that tradition, things are changing for us--more and more of us are waiting to get married and questioning why we want to always be in a relationship. And rightfully so - unlike men, we don't really get any health or social benefits automatically with a steady relationship.

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