CalExotics prides itself on being a leader in innovation, and they’ve done it again with the world’s first truly smart pump from the Optimum™ Series collection. Read More >
When potential suitors have asked, “What are you into?” I’ve often replied with “light bondage.” Of course it always followed with “What is that?” so I was always prepared with some small examples that were easy to process but spoke novels. The best example I’ve given is restraints because both beginners and those well established in the BDSM community have dabbled in bondage or restraints at some point. I’ve used ties and scarves, ropes, metal handcuffs and fabric cuffs and my favorite thus far – a bed restraint. Read More >
Odd isn’t it? It seems we spend the bulk of our sexually active life trying to NOT get pregnant but as soon as you want a baby, it all just becomes so much more complicated! According to my high school gym teacher, I could get pregnant the first time (true), at any time of the month (also true) and my mother would know if I was having sex just by looking at me (quite possibly true). So if it’s so easy to get pregnant, why do so many couples struggle to conceive? Read More >
Houston Is About to Get a Robot Brothel
Yes, you read correctly. Canadian firm Kinky S Dolls has set their sights on Houston, Texas to expand their market into the U.S. It makes sense because they have tons of brothels—according to the Governor of Texas Greg Abbot, “the city has more brothels than Starbucks outlets”. And Houston has a lot of coffee shops, but what they’re missing is a robot brothel. Read More >
What Happens to Your Body When You Stop Having Sex.
Lack of sex happens. We all have dry spells, but it does affect your body, and it gets worse the longer you go without, especially for women. The average person will have sex 5,778 times before they die. If you’re not having sex regularly, here’s what happens to your body. Read More >
Although not as popular as its cousin, Breast Cancer Awareness Month, September is Prostate Awareness Month.
Prostate cancer is the second-leading cause of cancer death for men, behind lung cancer. About one in seven men will get prostate cancer during their lifetime. African-American men and men with a family history of prostate cancer have a higher risk of developing the disease. Fortunately, prostate cancer can be treated successfully when found early. Even better, your risk of contracting prostate cancer can be minimized by following a few simple steps. Read More >