In her landmark book Supersex, erotic guru Tracey Cox published five simple rules for engaging in kinky sex…
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Do you get off on acting out saucy erotic fantasies? Then give the 'bored husband and the au-pair' a whirl…
Yesterday I was talking about toys for men who want something out of the ordinary (or just avoid the horrifically non-ordinary, like this little number) and I mentioned the Aneros. I pointed out the Aneros Eupho as being a good example of the line, but really, they're all pretty amazing toys.
I stand by my article, but I also figured--hey, why would a guy take my word for it? So I thought I would show you a bit of what the men are saying about the Aneros line (see review for all the models here):
What's the best gift you can give your girlie? A series of non-stop orgasms, of course!
I was talking to a guy friend of mine the other day and showing off my new collection of toys (this is a pretty common occurrence - if you come over to mine for dinner, expect me to show off the rotating speed of various toys or ask you to touch squishy silicon), when he mentioned that he was really quite envious of my collection. Now really, anyone with any sense would be envious of my toy box - I've got a very serious collection going on. But his point was not just that my collection rocks (seriously--it does), but that it is so much easier for me to amass such a plethora of toys.
As he pointed out, women enjoy vibrators, dildos, bullets, lubes, vibrating panties, dual-tipped vibes…on and on and on. Really, there is no end to the range of toys available for women. But what is out there for men, he pondered, especially for men who did not like the look of anatomically-representative toys like Fleshlight or dolls or other bits and bobs that are made to look like body parts? For the man who is a little squigged out by fake pussies, fake anuses, and even fake mouths, he felt there wasn't much.
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Over the past two weeks, I have talked about Nancy Friday's work, Men in Love, in which she showcased men's fantasies and Forbidden Flowers, which displayed women's fantasies. So I thought it was only right that I finish the series by talking about the book that started it all. My Secret Garden is the first of this trifecta and the one that really unveiled how much people were needing to be reassured that their fantasies were normal and healthy.