Thursday, July 30, 2015
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Adult toys have been around since the tenth century, if not before.  In ancient Greece and Rome, dildos were carved out of everything people could get their hands on from wood, glass, leather, gold, silver, and even animal horns.  In China during the Ming Dynasty between 1368 and 1644, penis rings were made out of jade and ivory and in Japan the first Ben-Wa Balls were made out of lead and mercury. Archeologists are always pulling up sex toys that are buried all over the world!

In 1949 Alfred Kinsey reported that 20% of women used some kind of object for sexual insertion: cucumbers, bananas, candles, and so on.  Anything you use at home to enhance your lovemaking is a sex toy.  Whether it’s a scarf to blindfold or restrain your lover with, an ice cube to rub on the inside of your lover’s thigh, some whipped cream on the nipples, or a spatula for a little light spanking.

The great explosion for the sex industry came in the sexual revolution of the 1960’s, but most dildos were too hard and made of materials such as metal and hard plastic. By the 1980’s, sex toy technology produced new softer plastics.

Today you can get sex toys made out of realistic jelly rubber, silicone and elastomer, a hypoallergenic material most suitable for people with allergic reactions or chemical sensitivities.  Most sex toys are porous so you should clean them properly with mild soap and water after each use.  It is possible to transmit infections on sex toys so never share them with anyone unless they use a condom on the toy.  And never use a toy anally and then vaginally without using a condom to prevent transmission of bacteria.

I believe that sex toys have therapeutic value because they can add variety to a relationship, take the pressure off performance (for the man), add an element of fantasy and fun, and result in some great orgasms.  Some of my favorite sex toys of our era are the innovative Revel Body, the couples-friendly WeVibe and the orgasmic G-spot toy, Silky G.

Photo courtesy of Lourraine Chituyi

Sexual satisfaction comes from learning new sexual sexplorations and the confidence to share your knowledge through the art of lovemaking. Here are some of the hottest erogenous zones, techniques and sexual enhancements to help you satisfy yourself and your lover. Take this opportunity to get out of your sexual comfort zone by introducing at least one of these sexplorations into your lovemaking repertoire.

Anatomy – Below are 6 anatomical erogenous zones that can result in more intense pleasure:

Her G-spot is located inside the vagina between 11 and 1 o’clock (with 12:00 on an imaginary clock pointing towards her navel). It can be stimulated with a finger, penis or sex toy.

Her A-spot stands for Anterior Fornix also known as the Epicentre or Female Prostate. It’s located inside the vagina on the upper wall even deeper than the G-spot. It can be stimulated with a finger, penis or sex toy.

His Prostate is a chestnut-sized gland inside the rectum behind the pubic bone and below the bladder.  It can be stimulated with a finger, penis or sex toy.

Her U-spot is located around the Urethra, the area where urine is expelled. It can be stimulated with a tongue, finger or sex toy.

The male Perineum is the strip of skin located between the scrotum to the anus. It can be stimulated with a tongue, fingers or sex toys.

The female Perineum is the diamond shaped region between her anus and vaginal opening. It can be stimulated with a tongue, finger or sex toy.

Sexual Technique – Below are six steps to the Venus Butterfly Technique that can result in female multiple orgasms

The Venus Butterfly
1.Pull back the clitoral hood.
2. Stimulate the clitoris with short and long strokes (using your tongue) until the woman has reached a number 8 on a level of excitement on a scale of 1-10.
3. Move your stimulation away from the clitoris and stimulate the entire vulva in roundabout motions.
4. After a couple of minutes, go back to stimulating the clitoris as before until she reaches a number 9 on her level of excitement.
5. Slip your finger(s) palm up inside the woman’s vagina while tapping the G-Spot simultaneously.
6. Continue to lick her clitoris while tapping her G-Spot until she reaches an internal orgasm and external orgasm, which is known as The Venus Butterfly.

Sex Toys -Below are six different types of sex toys that can enhance your sexual pleasure:

Vibrators: Massagers, Eggs, Bullets, G-Spot, Wearable

Dildos: Vaginal, Anal, Double-Ended, Harness with Strap-On’s

Nipple Toys: Clamps, Suction Cups, vibrating pasties

Sexercisers: Ben Wa Balls, Kegel Exercisers

Cock Rings: Couples Vibrating, Stimulating Cock Rings

Masturbation Sleeves: Blow Job, Breasts & Feet, Pocket Pussies