Vegan-Friendly Products For Cruelty-Free Fun

More and more people are experimenting and introducing kinky props into their bedrooms and, no matter what you’re into, there’s something for everyone. Leather is the go-to material for bondage play because it’s durable, comfortable, and sexy. What if you’re looking for a non-animal-based product? Are there alternatives? Continue reading

A Look at The Best Christmas Lingerie Sets

For a present that you’ll both love to unwrap again and again, you can’t go wrong with a sexy lingerie set this Christmas.
Few women can resist the urge to look like a sex goddess in the privacy of their own homes. There is a huge variety of styles, materials, and colours – so there’s something for everyone, no matter their taste. Continue reading

Sexy Positions To Try This Christmas

Christmas is a time for giving; whether you’re with somebody new or you’ve unwrapped that box a hundred times before, it’s time to shake things up a little. Christmas sex positions might not be an actual thing (unless you have a thing for Mrs Claus), but we always welcome another reason to have sex. Here’s some kinky festive positions to try: feel free to check this list twice! Continue reading

Five Winter Sex Positions

Winter is coming, and you should be too.

There’s evidence that suggests that we actually want to have more sex in the winter – whether we’re aware of this impulse or not. According to a 2008 study from the University of Wroclaw in Poland, men find women’s bodies most attractive in the winter months. The researchers believe this is due to the fact that people are usually wearing more clothes in the winter, and so we get more excited when women show a little bit of skin during this time. Continue reading

A Beginner’s Guide To Medical Play

Most of us engaged in some form of ‘doctors and nurses’ during childhood, and it can be just as much fun in the bedroom! Medical play explores the dynamics of pleasure and pain, and can include role-play, bondage, edge play, cock and ball torture, and more. Like wax play, no experience (or elaborate equipment) is necessary. So, let’s get stuck in! Continue reading

A Beginner’s Guide To Yoga Sex Positions

Yoga has a strong sexual connotation for many; maybe it’s the flexibility, maybe it’s all the time spent with your ass in the air. But could some of those classic yoga poses actually work as sex positions? It’s possible! Read on to see the postures that could fire up those chakras, so to speak, and inject some fun and deep stretching into the bedroom. Namaste. 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

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.