Women-powered products and resources for pleasure
There’s a lot to consider when it comes to sex toys and masturbation in a plus size body.
~ Laura Delarato
How might attachment styles show up in the bedroom?
~ Xenia Ellenbogen
The wand vibrator has been subverting patriarchal mores around pleasure for decades now.
Some practical and emotional sex advice for plus-size vulva-havers.
~ Shannon Ashley
Your first sexoscopes for 2022 are here!
~ Stefanie Caponi
Nothing says Happy New Year like a squirting how-to!
~ Suzannah Weiss
Anecdotal evidence and new research suggests that BDSM can facilitate mindfulness.
Dame’s favorite workshops, books, tools, and workbooks for the sexperts in your life.
Vibrations feel good for penis-owners, too.
~ Dainis Graveris
Intimacy doesn’t just exist between you and partners, self intimacy is just as important.
~ Tara Michaela
Another year is coming to a close, but not without a few cosmic surprises.
Exploring our desires can be challenging, but it’s possible to embrace what turns us on.
~ Reina Gattuso
Our “Get In Touch With Yourself” campaign marks the end of our lawsuit against the MTA.
Let’s explore the barriers that often prevent women and clit-owners from orgasming.
~ Gigi Engle
Vibrator anxiety among cis, straight men is not exactly uncommon.
~ Claire Lampen
Scorpio season invites us to dive into our fantasies, kinks, and obsessions.
A step-by-step guide to nipple and vulva piercings.
~ Leo Aquino
Here are some useful tips and tricks to assist you along your masturbatory journey.
Masturbating in water can open you up to whole new ways of feeling pleasure.
Arguments have a place in every relationship. Here’s how to make them healthy.
~ Kamil Lewis
It’s possible to transform receiving a “no” from an unsettling experience to a joyful one.
This year the spookiest month is likely to be haunted by the ghosts of relationships past.
Yes means yes, and no means no—but what about experiences that lie somewhere in between?
~ Cassandra Corrado
Desire discrepancy is a common relationship problem. A therapist explains how to cope.
~ Alexandra Solomon