Women-powered products and resources for pleasure
Vibrator anxiety among cis, straight men is not exactly uncommon.
~ Claire Lampen
Here are some useful tips and tricks to assist you along your masturbatory journey.
~ Gigi Engle
Clarity on whether the G-spot exists, where you can find it, and how it makes you feel.
~ Louise Head
We asked sexuality professionals to share how exactly they bring themselves to orgasm.
~ Suzannah Weiss
Trans and gender non-conforming people have sex toy options that cater to their needs.
~ R.T. Collins
Not everyone gets their mom a vibrator, but talking openly about sex with our parents is good for society.
Welcome to our new series, Crushing On, where we sing the praises of our current sex faves. First up: Warming vibrators.
People who don’t experience sexual attraction often masturbate and have sex with others.
~ Cassandra Corrado
Curious about butt plugs? Here’s where to begin.
Sex toys require a little maintenance. Here’s how to clean, store, and take precautions with your vibrator and other sex toys.
~ Alanna Greco
Here are 10 facts that may surprise you about the vibrator, a sometimes controversial yet extremely common product.
~ Rachel Malkin
People love to project their hopes and fears onto vibrators and other sex toys, from symbols of women’s liberation to signs of societal disintegration
There are infinite possibilities on how sex toys can be used in a relationship.
Is there such a thing as vibrator addiction? Here’s everything you need to know about desensitization, stimulation, and routine.
Many of us use a vibrator once we’re already somewhat aroused. But did you know that vibrators can be a great tool to get you in the mood?
Plus-size bodies have more flesh to navigate. So there’s a lot to think about when it comes to sex toys and masturbation.
~ Laura Delarato