How To Give an Erotic Massage

Everyone loves getting a massage. It relaxes the body, stimulates blood flow, and is the perfect way to connect physically and emotionally with your partner. For many of us, being touched by a lover is both comforting and arousing, so why not incorporate an erotic massage into your foreplay? Continue reading

A Beginner’s Guide To Gags

A gag is specifically designed to muffle the submissive during BDSM play. Although there are many different types of gags, ball gags are by far the most popular. They have featured in numerous fetish scenes and films, becoming a staple of BDSM. Ball gags can be intimidating at first, but after trying it out many couples find it adds an exciting edge to their dom and sub play. Continue reading

A Beginner’s Guide To Mild Domination

BDSM is a grouping of two different things that are often but not always combined; sensation play and power dynamics. If someone is getting off on the feeling of being restrained and spanked, that’s sensation play. If they get excited at the thought of being overpowered and disciplined, that’s the power dynamic. Domination can be a combination of both, depending on what you and your partner enjoy. Communicate your desires and encourage your partner to do the same – this will help you both establish and understand what you want from the experience. Continue reading

What Is Pony Play?

Pony play is the kinkiest type of role-play this side of a racecourse paddock.  It often draws on multiple elements of BDSM; from restraints, gags, and harnesses to domination and submission. This form of role-play creates situations that are meant to humiliate and degrade the sub for sexual arousal and pleasure. It has seen an increase in both popularity and public exposure over the last few years with Pony play becoming more common within the porn industry.   Continue reading

A Beginner’s Guide to Taking Sexy Selfies

Sending a sexy photo, if it’s done right, can really spice up your relationship and get you both worked up and excited for your next encounter. There’s no need to completely strip off – be suggestive instead by sucking on a lollipop or sending a picture of your new Lace Up Romper (£29.99, kinky.co.uk). For those of you who aren’t 100% comfortable and confident with sexy snapshots; props, blankets, and filters can be used to cover, crop and change the bits you’re unhappy with. Show as much or as little as you like, just remember to keep it light-hearted and fun! Continue reading

Thinking of Trying Some Roleplay?

Role-play doesn’t need to include the clichéd ‘French Maid’ or ‘Cops and Robbers’. There’s so much more to explore though, and you really don’t have to feel embarrassed about it. What makes role-playing so attractive and exciting is that you and your partner get to be anyone you want, allowing you to discuss and explore each other’s fantasies. Continue reading

A Beginner’s Guide To Edging

If your partner cums before you orgasm, then you might already be familiar with edging (also known as “peaking” or “surfing”). The edging technique is essentially orgasm control, in which either you or a partner are brought to the point of orgasm, then stopping just before reaching the peak in order to make the eventual climax strong and more intense. The edging technique can be used either during masturbation or foreplay with a partner, by both sexes, and can be a particularly effective technique in delaying orgasm for guys who suffer from premature ejaculation. Continue reading

Places to Use a Clitoral Vibrator (Besides Your Clit)

Clitoral vibrators can really do magic for your sex play; they’re great during masturbation as they add an extra element of stimulation, but they’re also a fun form of foreplay. They come in various designs and range in speeds, including small vibrators, large wands, and toys designed to deliver suction-like sensations – so there’s something for everyone!

Don’t let the name fool you though, although they deliver mind-blowing stimulation to the clit, they can also be used on other parts of the body for added pleasure. Not sure where to start? We have some suggestions!

All Over the Vulva

So, technically this includes the clitoris. But when we think of the clitoris, we often forget that there’s more to it than that little rosebud-shaped knob at the apex of our labia. In reality, that little love button is only the tip of a surprisingly complex iceberg called the internal clitoris, which extends down the labia on both sides and contains over 8000 nerve endings.

Tap into this pleasure zone by taking a small vibe like the Ro 120mm Bullet (£24.99, kinky.co.uk) and running it down either side of the labia. Alternatively, use a larger wand like the Splendor Rabbit (£39.99, kinky.co.uk) by gently pressing it against the pubic bone. Take the time to explore and find the pressure, speed, and movements that works best for you.

On the Nipples

If you and your partner are new to nipple stimulation, don’t limit yourself to copping a quick feel! Depending on your preferred methods of stimulation, you might find that a clitoral vibrator hits the spot. A vibrator that surrounds the clitoris, like the Satisfyer Penguin Vibrator (£59.99, kinky.co.uk) could be just as fun around a nipple.

A simple, soft vibrator like the Aurora Bodywand Massager (£69.99, kinky.co.uk) can be great for body massage – including the nipples. Try it out on the lowest setting first, then work your way up. Trace the vibrator in circles all around your breasts and then play with different strokes and rhythms.

On Your Partner

Sex toys don’t have to be something you use alone. They’re a fantastic way to enhance your foreplay together and amp up the intensity in the bedroom! You can use the vibrations to tease and tantalise your partner and create some seriously intense feelings that will really turn up the heat. They can be used as an addition to oral sex or they can replace your hands altogether!

While giving him a blowjob, you could place a simple vibrator, like the Velvet Touch Vibrator (£11.99, kinky.co.uk) against your cheek so he can feel your mouth humming and vibrating for a unique sensation.

Sensitivity varies from person to person but often, the most sensitive part of the penis is around the head and the underside of the shaft. So, experiment by running the vibrator along the tip of the penis, their perineum (the spot behind the scrotum) or lightly running it along the testicles. He’ll thank you for it!

Clitoral vibrators really are a diverse toy that can add intense vibrations and a lot of fun to foreplay, masturbation, and sex. It’s all about experimenting and keeping an open mind – you will soon learn how to use your vibrator in a way that works for both you and your partner.

4 Reasons You Should Try Pussy and Clitoral Pumps

To pump or not to pump? That is the question!

Pumps are external devices that are designed to increase the blood flow to your intimate areas, stimulating instant growth, increasing sensitivity, and delivering superior stimulation. Not sucked in? Here are a few more reasons to convince you: Continue reading