3 Benefits of an Orgy – Make an Orgy Work for You

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An orgy is perhaps on everyone’s list of sexual fantasies. It’s always good to dream. While it may not ever happen, an orgy is certainly something you can benefit from in all sorts of different ways.

It Brings a Fantasy to Life

Fantasies are great to have. However, after a while, if you don’t fulfill any of your fantasies, it might be something that causes depression. Act out on a fantasy and give yourself some masturbation material for years to come.

It Allows You to Experiment

It’s a lot easier to experiment when it comes to sex when you have multiple partners at your disposal. Wanted to try DP? No problem. Want to have multiple people ejaculate on you? Just ask.

It Gives You Bragging Rights

“Hey, this one time, I participated in an orgy…” Oh, the stories you can tell, whether you’re a man or a woman. Orgies can be a lot of fun, whether there are four people involved, a dozen, or even more.

If you’re planning on being a part of an orgy, practice safe sex. Bring condoms, and Lube even if you know there are going to be some at the location. A meet and greet prior to the orgy can take some of the pressure off, too. This way, you at least know who will be there, and who you may have the pleasure of getting to know a whole lot better within the next hour.

Ultimately, it all comes down to orgies being fun. After all, we’re talking about multiple people having sex at once…what’s not to love about it?

The Down Low on a Quickie

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Quickies are great. Not everyone has time for an hour (or even 20-minute) love-making session. Sometimes you just want a wham, bam, thank you ma’am kind of frolic in the sheets. Get the down low on a quickie including when, where, and how!

When?

Ha, this is the easy one. 24/7 is the short answer because that’s the beauty of a quickie. They don’t have to take long, so think about when you’re able to meet up with your partner. Is it on the way out the door in the morning? On a lunch break? Passing each other on the college campus in between classes? As long as you have 5 minutes, you have time for a quickie.

Where?

Wherever you can find a place to drop your drawers! This could be at home, in a restaurant bathroom, in the backseat of your car, or even in a dark area of the quad. Grab a blanket if you’re outdoors and worried about getting caught.

How?

First, forget about the foreplay. You’re looking to do the deed as quickly as possible and this means that it’s about penetration and getting off.

Here are some tips to help speed up the situation and get the mood going:

  • Get your dirty talk going early
  • Spit works just as good as lube
  • Keep some of the clothes on (it enhances the arousal)
  • Use walls, counters, or chairs to help get the position right if there’s no bed

In the end, quickies are about having fun. Don’t focus on the details, just about the pleasure you’ll get from it all.

How We Love Lube: Our Top 5 Reasons to Use Lube!

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Some people are hesitant to try lube because they think they shouldn’t need it. But even people who don’t need to use lube find that it helps them have more pleasurable and longer sex. Plus, there are unexpected health benefits to using lube.

1. It Makes Everything Feel Better

Fingers? Toys? Penises? Anything you can penetrate yourself with usually feels better with a dollop of lube. Insertion is easier. Plus, you can last longer, so you needn’t worry about things becoming uncomfortable if it takes you longer to orgasm!

Lube isn’t just good for the receiving partner, either. Penetrating partners can also experience more pleasure when you add a little lube to the equation.

2. It Prevents Infection

Even if you don’t feel like you need lube, not using it might lead to tiny tears and cuts. These micro-tears can become a breeding ground for a bacterial infection. What’s more, they can make it easier to contract an STI (the person on the receiving end is always at more risk).

To get more out of your lube, look for one that has an osmolality (the measurement of dissolved particles in the solution) rating on the package. For vaginal or anal use, look for a lube with an osmolality in the range of 200 and 380 mOSM/kg. Two lubes that fall into that range are Yes lube and Aloe Cadabra.

3. Your Butt Doesn’t Self Lubricate

Anal stimulation feels good for everyone regardless of gender, but no one’s butt creates lubrication like a vagina. Enter lube! It can turn something from painful or uncomfortable to pleasurable, and the reassurance allows you to relax, which only helps with penetration.

Note that you can buy anal lubes that numb or desensitize, but you actually want to feel your body’s feedback, so we don’t recommend them.

4. They Can Add Sensations

Warming? Cooling? Tingling? Arousal-enhancing? His and hers? Flavored? These are just a few lube options available. Think of sensation lube like you might condoms that have different textures. Sure, they serve a practical purpose, but they can also be just plain fun!

Psst, a silicone-based lube can also be used as a massage product. Try it out!

5. They Can Help You Get Pregnant

Most personal lube actually has a spermicidal effect, which is important to know if you’re trying to conceive. But specifically designed TTC lubes are friendlier to sperm and help you and your partner become pregnant.

Now that you know why we love lube, we hope you consider adding some to your play time! Looking for lube suggestions? Contact us and we can help!

Your Urgent Top 5 Questions about the Benefits of Prostate Massage Answered

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1. What is a prostate? 

The prostate is a gland in men that rests under the bladder. Its main duties entail producing one of the fluids in semen and pushing ejaculation forth. It is similar in size to a golf ball.

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2. I know what a prostate massage is; it’s like a rectal exam. Why would I want to voluntarily undergo that experience, if it’s not my cup of tea? What are the benefits?

Doctors and medical professionals have long noted that, ahem, getting the pipes and plumbing adjusted has health benefits. A prostate massage is a lesser known treatment for certain medical conditions like erectile dysfunction, prostatitis, and clogged urine tubing. Prostate massage cuts down the inflammation that impacts prostatitis and unblocks the tubes needed for urine passage. Especially when one has tried all the typical therapy routes, prostate massage provides another alternative.

3. Is the massage itself painful? 

The actual procedure involves the gentle massage of the rectum with a moistened, gloved finger. Patients generally have several sessions over a period of months. Some patients report discomfort, whereas others voluntarily practice prostate massage for orgasmic purposes. Some circles refer to the prostate as the male “G-spot.” It’s rumored that prostate stimulation triggers stronger orgasms in those that practice it.

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4. So… it feels pleasant? You’ve got my attention, now. 

When done properly, prostate massage is an active part of many people’s sex lives. Stimulation with a finger induces an orgasm in some, while others can use a variety of toys. Prostate massage gives many the opportunity for experimenting with their bodies.

5. How do I sign up?

While you can always schedule a medical appointment with a provider, prostate massages at home require some prep. You need lubrication for protection from tearing and gentle entry. For more experienced masseurs, we offer a variety of prostate massagers. 

 

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The Importance of Looks in One-Night Stands

couple_iStock_000057294518_XXXLarge_previewIf you’re out prowling around for a one-night stand, does it truly matter what the person you’re in for looks like? An immature or inexperienced person would immediately default to, ‘you can’t sleep with anyone who isn’t attractive.’ Let’s examine that, shall we?

Looks Are The Most Important

If looks are the most important thing to you, then you’re going to have a little bit of difficulty finding a one-night stand. Why? Because you’re immediately limiting your options to only people that are supremely attractive. Furthermore, you’re not going to engage anyone who might be a good romp even though their face is possibly a little busted. However, if you’re looking for an incredible, visual night–one that you will remember forever–then looks are what you should aim for.

Looks Are Unimportant

If you’re out for a one-night stand with zero standards, you’ll likely find your one-night stand. How so? Bars are loaded with thirsty folks, engage as many as you can and you’ll eventually find someone willing to hop in the sack with you. Of course, that person might be the ugliest person at the bar–or in the city–but you’ll find someone, most definitely.

The Verdict

So should looks be important to you when looking for a one-night stand? Yes, and no.

While you shouldn’t lower your bar any lower than you’re willing to go for a sexual partner, keep in mind that some people who might not be super attractive have great personalities or hidden talents that you can only discover while discovering them naked.

So, be open to who you are searching for on your one-night stand prowl-around. You don’t need to take home the hottest person you see, in fact, they could very likely be a dead fish in bed. Find someone you connect with enough to enjoy yourself, that’s what counts during a one-night stand.

If you have any questions about setting standards for one-night stands, please contact us today!

Does Delaying Sex Make It Hotter?

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Everyone has heard of “edging,” which is when climax is intentionally delayed or denied. It may sound like a horrible idea to some, but to others, it’s an undeniable way to build arousal and heighten the sensual atmosphere of your lovemaking. But there is another type of “edging” that goes further. Some believe that delaying sex altogether for an extended time serves to make the next sexual encounter even more pleasurable and fulfilling.

Is this true? The answer is, it depends. What kind of lovers are you and your partner? If you’re only having sex a couple of times a week (or worse, a month), it probably isn’t a good idea. You and your partner’s sex drives are probably healthy enough, but if you’re already having sex infrequently, then delaying can only serve to brew frustration. Infrequent sex can lead to many things in a relationship. Unfortunately, very few of them are good.

Do you come home from work after eight agonizing hours of lusting after each other while you attempt to complete your TPS reports? Were you voted “most likely found grinding on each other in an elevator?” If so, then trying this type of “edging” could be incredibly difficult to pull off (pun intended). However, if you manage to keep your hands to yourselves for a few days, the next fling could prove  monumental. After all the time spent simmering, your body will be deliciously aching for your partner.

For extra fun, start slow! Start very slow. Undress each other, re-discover all those inches of flesh you live to give pleasure to. Embrace each other. Listen to each other’s breathing. Let your lust for each other rise to a boiling point until you just can’t take it anymore. Then you can show each other why those sex-less day were a complete hell. All of your trapped sexual energy will explode in hottest, most satisfying way!

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4 Things You Can Expect When Trying Anal For the First Time

 

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1. It Might Hurt

Yes, anal sex might hurt. After all, your anus is a tight hole. If you’re doing the penetration, the tightness of your partner’s anus might be uncomfortable for you.

However, anal sex doesn’t have to hurt. If you take things slow, make sure you’re relaxed, use lube, and communicate, pain should be minimal. One piece of advice for the person on the receiving end is to push out, which actually makes insertion easier=.

But being tense will make penetration more difficult, which may only increase pain. And if you’re not prepared for anal sex, it’s probably not going to be a good time.

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2. It Might Feel Good

Some people like anal sex the first time they have it. It can feel awesome for someone to penetrate such an intimate and tight spot. Anal sensitivity can be awesome. Plus, you might feel G-spot stimulation if you’re a woman or prostate sensations if you’re a man. Some people are surprised to realize how much they like anal sex, but it’s not true for everyone.

3. Men — You Might Not Like It

 

There’s a stereotype that every man likes anal sex (and no woman does), but it’s not true! Some men don’t like to penetrate their partner’s anally. You might be surprised to find this out the first time you have anal sex.

4. It May Be Messy

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We are talking about the anus here. This is how the body evacuates waste. There’s always a chance for poo. Most of the time, it will be minimal, and using a condom makes cleanup easy.

You can use a douche with warm water over the toilet to clean up. But most people find that a shower after a trip to the bathroom does the trick. We don’t advise having anal sex if you’re having tummy troubles. Only you know your body, and it’s better to wait to ensure your first time goes as well as it can.

Some people love anal while others hate it. Some feel neutral to the whole thing. You won’t know how you feel about anal sex until you try it!

 

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