The Tracey Cox Supersex range of sex toys and lubricants is exclusively available at Lovehoney and comes with the added bonus of stylish packaging and expert advice from an international sex expert.
Including bullet vibrators, massager vibrators, cock rings, lubricants and better sex books, there is something for everyone from Tracey's collection. This week on Sex Toys TV, Annabelle Knight talks us through two of the most popular vibrators from the Supersex range, showcasing Sex Toys TV's new, stylish look.
Lovehoney customers are also in for a treat for the month of May as you can get a free Tracey Cox Supersex Pleasure Wand Vibrator when you spend just £35 on Tracey's toys, books and lubes! You also get Free UK Delivery on all Sex Toys at Lovehoney.
Tracey Cox Supersex Bullet Vibrator £14.99
A slim, super-strong waterproof vibe from sex expert Tracey Cox. The Supersex Bullet Vibrator is small enough to take anywhere but strong enough to deliver intense vibrations whenever you need it. Stylish and discreet, it's perfect wherever you go!
Find out more: Tracey Cox Supersex Bullet Vibrator
Tracey Cox Supersex Massager Vibrator £16.99
A quiet, powerful, waterproof vibrator, the Supersex Massager is the perfect sex toy for solo stimulation or the ideal vibrator to use with your partner. Stylish and non-threatening, it's ideal for back massage but best for more intimate play.
Find out more: Tracey Cox Supersex Massager Vibrator
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Because your discharge has a fishy odour, it sounds as though you may have bacterial vaginosis rather than thrush.
It sounds like your boyfriend is suffering from retarded ejaculation.
The risk of transmitting a sexually transmitted infection (STI) while sharing a sex toy with someone is extremely low. However, to minimise the risk completely, it’s advised that you wear protection and practice safe sex.
The reason is simple, genital fluids like blood and semen can carry diseases and some toys can crack or develop holes over time where dangerous bacteria can hide.
I realise how concerned you are, but nagging him to eat will only continue to be counter-productive.
Sexual confidence is something that all couples have to create together.
Like many women, you may be feeling as though sex is just another thing on your ‘to do’ list.
I’m not suprised your sex life is non-existent - you’re not going to want to be intimate and loving in an atmosphere of constant confrontation.
Why not tell him you’d like to give him as much pleasure as he gives you?
If you’re trying to conceive, the best time to have intercourse is on the day you ovulate and the five days leading up to it.