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Posts tagged 'dildos' from Sinful Thrills UK blog. Sex news, sex toys, sex positions, sex tips and tricks - all you need to know for better sex!

  • 15Mar
    15Mar

    Everything You Want to Know About Pegging

    It's been literal years since that episode of Broad City when Abby used a dildo to anally penetrate her hot neighbour, and people are still not over it. While the show gave pegging some good PR, unfortunately, there's still a lot of stigma and confusion surrounding this sex act. (Thanks, toxic masculinity.) Continue reading

  • 12Mar
    12Mar

    Important Safety Tips For Your Sex Toys To Always Keep In Mind

    So you’ve just bought your first sex toy, in which case – congratulations! You are taking the first step to finally being able to fully control your own sexual satisfaction. (And if you didn’t buy one yet, check out all of our high-quality sex toys to get up to speed with the rest of us). However, with a brand new sex toy in hand, comes a plethora of other health concerns. Continue reading

  • 29Feb
    29Feb

    Sex Toys for Women

    Beyond the world of vibrators and dildos, a whole host of toys exist that afford particular pleasure to the female anatomy. While some of these toys can be used by men - many men have nipples sensitive enough to really appreciate nipple toys - we'd like to call attention to a few toys that have special appeal to a woman's body.

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  • 28Feb
    28Feb

    Beads & Balls

    Non-vibrating beads and balls provide gentle, erotic stimulation vaginally or anally. Joined balls, often classified as "anal balls" (although you can use them vaginally, also), are inserted then slowly withdrawn for a delicious sensation. Loose balls, often called "Ben Wa Balls," are inserted into the vagina and then rolled around internally for a subtle sensation.

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  • 28Feb
    28Feb

    Traditional Dildos

    A traditional dildo is shaped like a phallus, which means it vaguely resembles a penis. Some can be quite realistic, especially if they're made from silicone. Others look nothing like the male member. They come in all sizes, shapes, textures and colors, from the smallest insertable to the (laughably) huge twelve-inch dildo. However, they all have one thing in common: they were made for thrusting.

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  • 27Feb
    27Feb

    G-Spot Vibrators and Dildos

    Named after Ernst Grafenberg, a German medical doctor who wrote about "an erotic zone located on the anterior wall of the vagina along the course of the urethra that would swell during sexual stimulation," the G-Spot was popularized during the Women''s Movement in "The G Spot," a best-selling book by Alice K. Ladas, Beverly Whipple and John D. Perry. Since then, millions of women have enjoyed playing with this elusive spot, and the adult toy industry has obliged them by creating a whole line of products to assist them.

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  • 25Feb
    25Feb

    3 Unique Applications For Your Favorite Sex Toys

    We all know the main purpose of sex toys. They are a key part to ensuring you achieve maximise sexual pleasure. Whether it be through masturbation, or even during sex. However, sex toys aren’t just something to be used in the comfort of your own home. And they don’t even need to be used for your own sexual pleasure. Here, we’ll explain our top three ways to use sex toys in unique ways. Continue reading

  • 25Feb
    25Feb

    Your Guide to Sex Toy Materials

    When choosing a sex toy, the material is almost assuredly the most important factor to consider. Simply because it has the most direct effect on your overall health. You see, many sex toys out on the market are able to sell cheaper sex toys. But they do so at the expense of quality. Here we’ll discuss all of the various sex toy materials you may come across. Along with which materials you should be looking for when buying sex toys for yourself. Continue reading

  • 23Feb
    23Feb

    The Beginner's Guide to Using a Strap-On

    One of the great things about strap-ons is that anyone can use them. If you have a penis, you can use a strap-on. If you don’t have a penis, you can use a strap-on. You can use a strap-on to penetrate a partner of any gender, to subvert stereotypical gender roles or to play with those roles. You can use one for fun, or you can use one to manage erectile or orgasmic challenges. You can use a strap-on for vaginal sex, anal sex, oral sex, manual sex, or masturbation. Continue reading

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