Vibes

Rumor has it Cleopatra created the first vibrator by trapping a hoard of angry bees in a hollow gourd (yaas queen- like, literally). The first electric vibrator, however, was developed in the late 19th century as a medical instrument for pain relief, but it wasn’t until the sexual revolution of the 1960s (with the aid of the second wave feminist movement) that vibrator usage for sexual pleasure gained more widespread social acceptance, starting with the iconic Hitachi “Body Wand.” In more recent history, Sex and the City popularized more complex, modern vibrators such as the dual motor rabbit-style vibrator.


We believe most women can derive enhanced sexual pleasure from the nerve-ending stimulation that vibrators provide. However, different women prefer different types of stimulation (e.g. external/clitoral vs. internal/g spot) and we try to provide a diverse high quality selection and guidance around the different types of vibrators that exist so that you can chose the best vibrator(s) for you.


What are your best sellers?

Some of our current best sellers are the G-Kii by Je Joue (a g spot vibrator), the Eva by Dame Products (a hands-free couples vibrator), and the Limon by Minna (a reactive squeezable external vibrator).

Which vibe is ideal for beginners? For more advanced?

For beginners who enjoy external stimulation we recommend a simple, easy-to use vibrator like the Mimi Soft or the Minna Limon. For beginners that prefer internal stimulation we recommend the adjustable G-Kii g spot vibrator by Je Joue. For customers who are unsure about what kind of stimulation they prefer, we recommend a simple, dual-motor vibrator like the Jimmyjane Iconic Rabbit 2. For more advanced customers we recommend more innovative vibrators like the Mysteryvibe Crescendo or more versatile vibrators such as the Doc Johnson Tryst.

How often should I get a new vibrator?

Experts advise replacing your (silicone) vibrator every 5-10 years, depending on how often you use it, how well you take care of it, and how high-quality the material is. You should shop for a new toy if yours gets discolored or shows signs of material breaking down, if material is torn or ripped (bacteria can live in the torn section), or if the motor gets louder than usual (a sign it may be wearing out).

I have a vibrator? Do I really need another?

Sure, some days you might feel like some deep rumbly interior vibration; other days a light, fizzy clitoral buzzing might do the trick. If you feel like you’ve found your tried and true- fantastic. We have plenty of other saucy goods for you to discover.

What types of vibrators are out there?

Fun fact! There’s actually more types of vibrators on earth than there are women to use them. Ok, not entirely true but read on to learn more of the basic categories.

Bullet Vibrators

These compact vibes are usually 2-3 inches long and powered by LR44 watch batteries or N batteries (though rechargeable versions exist). They are best suited to direct clitoral stimulation and their compact size makes them ideal for travel. See the Tenga Lipstick vibe.

Panty Vibrators

These slender vibrators are worn in underwear for hands free (and often remote controlled stimulation).

Classic Vibrators

These vibrators are typically phallic in shape and while they can be used for direct clitoral stimulation, they are designed primarily for insertion. Many have different speeds and modes.

External Vibrators

These targeted vibrators are designed to deliver direct clitoral stimulation and often feature tapered shapes to facilitate this. See the Iroha Kushi.

Finger Vibrators

These vibrators are designed to slide over your finger for enhanced control. See the Jimmyjane Hello Touch.

G-Spot Vibrators

These vibrators curve upward and feature a girthy head to ensure maximum stimulation for the G Spot. See: the Je Joue G-Kii.

Wand Vibrators

These powerful external vibrators typically have a large handle topped by a large soft head that contains a powerful vibrating motor. See: the Doxy Wand.

Travel Vibrators

These compact vibrators are perfect for first-time users and sex toy beginners. Small but perfectly formed, mini vibrators offer pinpoint accuracy making them ideal for clitoral stimulation and shallow penetration. See: the We-Vibe Tango.

Rabbit/Dual Motor Vibrators

These vibrators offer a clitoral stimulator that branches away from the main shaft of the vibrator allowing for simultaneous clitoral and internal stimulation. Certain versions also offer a rotating or thrusting base to imitate the sensations of penetrative sex. See: the Fun Factory Bistronic Fusion.

Remote Control Vibrators

These vibrators enable fun experimentation and control play for couples by allowing one to control vibrations for the other.

Vibrating Love Eggs

These insertable toys are similar sizes and shapes to Kegel exercisers (and can be used for kegel training if desired) but they have a vibrating motor nestled inside instead of weights.

Couples/Hands-free Vibes

These vibes can be worn unobtrusively for additional stimulation during penetrative sex. See the We-Vibe 4 Plus.

Vibrating butt plug

These vibrators offer stimulation of the rectum and prostate, which are both full of sensitive nerve endings. See the B-Vibe Trio.

Vibrating cock ring

These allow for stimulation to the clitoris and scrotum while allowing a male partner to have increased stamina and more intense orgasms. See the Duet C-ring.

When shopping for a vibrator, in addition to type and size, you should also consider:

Material and body safety

The material of your vibe will make a big impact on how it feels. Skin-safe rubber or jelly rubber is squishy while plastic vibrators are hard to the touch, which makes them great for firm and precise stimulation of the clitoris or G-spot.

Silicone is most often used by premium vibrators, for its silky texture (though be mindful that silicone should not be paired with silicone-based lubricant)- look for food grade or medical-grade silicone, also known as Platinum cured silicone (medical grade is typically more expensive than food grade with greater temperature and chemical durability, but both perform well).

Power

Battery-powered vibrators may be more affordable, if less convenient.

Plug-in powered vibrators are usually the most powerful vibes around but you need to be near a power outlet in order to use them - and of course they're never waterproof.

Noise Level

For those of you who value discretion, we’ve added icons to help you find quiet vibrators to suit your needs. There’s no need for your roommate to hear your vibe..unless you’re into that.

Waterproofing

“Splashproof” means a vibrator is not waterproof but can be wiped with a damp cloth to clean it.

“Submersible” means a vibrator can be used completely underwater. Vibrators that are submersible or fully waterproof are designed so that they will be completely watertight when the battery compartment is properly closed.

Dildos

Dildos are phallic insertables that can be used vaginally or anally. The world’s oldest dildo is a 20 cm siltstone phallus found in a 30,000 year old cave in Ulm, Germany (mad uncomfortable). Soooo yeah dildos have been around since the dawn of time. They were even represented in Greek vase paintings, English poetry (“Signor Dildo,” to be precise), and Shakespeare’s “The Winter’s Tale!”


We try to carry a well-curated selection across the varied functionalities offered by dildos to suit every Unbound woman- from those seeking to use them during partner play with a harness, to those seeking a partner dildo without a harness, to those seeking to use them for solo stimulation.


What are your best sellers?

Our most popular include the Tantus Purple Haze and the Wet for Her Toy Five.

What is ideal for beginners? For more advanced?

For beginners we recommend a simple curved dil like the Tantus Purple Haze.

For more advanced dildo uses we recommend dildos with added functionality such as the Fun Factory Bouncer or those with unique textures such as the Tantus Tsunami.

When shopping for a dildo there are several considerations to keep in mind:

Shape

When purchasing your first dildo, it's probably best to go for a small, smooth dildo to get used to handling it. Some women, however, prefer the look and feel of realistic ridges and veins, in which case a realistic dildo that's sculpted like an actual penis would be preferable. Curved dildos are better suited to women who prefer g-spot stimulation. See: The Tantus Silk.

Type

Single headed dildos are best for one partner being penetrated while double headed dildos and “strapless” strap-ons afford simultaneous penetration for both partners. See: The Tantus Feeldoe.

Length and Girth

Do you tend to enjoy the feeling of being stretched or do you prefer easy penetration? Be sure to check the dimensions of a dildo when shopping to ensure a good fit.

As a rule of thumb (you’ll see where we’re going with this), a dildo with a centimeter of 2.8 cm is comparable to 2 fingers, 3.8cm to 3 fingers and 4.5cm to 4 fingers.

Material and Flexibility

Finishes, materials and flexibility make a massive difference to the results delivered by your dildo.

Rigid toys like glass, metal and silicone are great for working the G-spot or P-spot. They're also smoother than real-feel, rubber or jelly and so are easier to insert and require less lube.

Glass and metal dildos can be cast in unusual shapes for unique sensations and can be warmed or cooled for fun temperature play (see: Njoy Pure Wand) Silicone dildos are firm yet flexible, warm quickly to body temperature and are easy to clean. Dildos made certain crystals are also reputed to have healing properties.

Base and Harness Compatability

Finally, you should consider the base of your dildo. A balled end will give you total control over a glass dildo if you're looking to thrust hard against the G-spot, while a dildo with a suction cup will let you attach your dildo to any surface for a hands-free ride. A flared base means you can slide your dildo into the O-ring of a harness for strap-on sex. If the dildo is harness compatible we state it and also let you know which O-ring diameter the dildo is suitable for.

Cock Rings

Cock rings prevent blood from flowing back down the penis, which helps men have more stamina and enjoy more intense orgasms. The cock ring was first used during China’s Jin Dynasty, made of jade, ivory or animal skin, and became very popular during the Song and Ming Dynasties. While the Chinese and Ancient Greeks used the toy for pleasure, men of the Victorian era (sadly) wore cock rings to reduce sexual urges and erections.


We think cock rings can be a great way to enhance intercourse with a male partner. Vibrating cock rings can also be used at the base of a dildo. We try to curate a selection of both motorized and non motorized options to cater to different tastes.


What are your best sellers?

Our best sellers are the Jimmyjane Iconic Ring and Tantus Soft C Ring.

What is ideal for beginners? For more advanced?

We recommend a simple non-motorized option like the Tantus Super Soft C Ring for beginners, while for more advanced couples a reactive double motor ring like the Babeland Duet can be a great option.

What kinds of cock rings exist?

Cock rings are available in several types:

Vibrating Cock Rings

Vibrating cock rings deliver clitoral stimulation for her and more intense orgasms for him. See: Duet C-Ring.

Adjustable Cock Rings

Adjustable cock rings can be loosened or contracted using a tight bead, threaded onto the strings so they offer the perfect fit for every size. See: JBOA.

Simple Cock Rings

If you know your partner’s size and want the compression without vibration a simple cock ring is a great bet. See: Tantus Super Soft C-Ring.

Anal

Anal play has been around since long before Western Civilization. Insertable toys were a more modern invention and originally designed for therapeutic use. However, the advent of the internet allowed knowledge and curiosity about such devices to spread as things like plugs and beads gained more mainstream acceptance.


What are your best sellers?

Our best sellers include the Njoy Pure Plug and the Tantus Perfect Plug.

What is ideal for beginners? For more advanced?

We recommend that beginners start with a simple, non-motorized, smaller plug like the Tantus Perfect Plug (with plenty of lube!) while for more advanced anal aficionados a larger vibrating insertable with more modes such as the Fun Factory Moody can be a great option.

What kinds of anal toys exist?

From anal beads to plugs, we have everything for you to enjoy incredible anal play:

Anal Beads

Anal beads are spheres (sometimes of graduated size) that are joined together by flexible material. (See Fun Factory Bendybeads)

Anal Dildos

Anal dildos are usually shaped to stimulate the prostate gland in men and the sensitive back wall of the vagina for women. (See: Njoy Fun Wand)

Anal Vibrators

Anal vibrators marry penetration with vibrating sensations to the sphincter rings for additional pleasure (see: B-Vibe Trio)

Butt Plugs

Butt plugs can be used independently or to stretch the anus before more intense penetration. (See: Rianne S Plug Set)

Anal Lubricants

Since the anus does not produce a natural lubricant (like the vagina), it’s important to have proper lubrication. There are a variety of lubricants that are specially formulated for anal play. (See: Soothe Guava Bark Anal Lubricant)

Kegel Trainers

The term Kegel comes from Arnold Kegel, the man who invented the kegel exercise and the first pelvic toning device: the Perineometer. His device consisted of rubber balloons and tubes to measure pressure, so it was not travel friendly. During the second half of the 20th century however, smaller, at-home, travel friendly kegel trainers came to market.


Every woman has different needs in terms of pelvic toning, and kegels can help with everything from improving postpartum toning to incontinence to delivering stronger orgasms. We try to curate a selection that is suitable to both beginners and the more experienced kegel ninja.


What are your best sellers?

Our best kegel set is the Rianne S Pussy Playball Set.

What is ideal for beginners? For more advanced?

Beginners should look for lighter weighted kegel trainers, while more advanced users might enjoy heavier weights. Sets allow you to work your way up as you progress.

What kinds of kegel trainers exist?

Trainers come in a variety of forms:

Kegel Exercisers

Tech-enabled trackers monitor how tightly you clench and release so you can monitor your progress. See Minna K-Goal.

Ben Wa Balls

There are two types of Ben Wa balls - those with weights that roll around inside (like Chinese stress balls you play with), and those that are solid. Those containing weights are every bit as pleasurable as wearing kegel exercisers but because of their lighter weight and spherical shape they’re easier to wear for longer periods of time. See Rianne Pussy Playballs.

Vibrating Balls

A high tech upgrade to traditional kegel balls, vibrating balls substitute internal weights for multi-speed motors. See B Balls.

Eggs

Kegel eggs are free-floating and are suited to more advanced kegel practitioners with better controls: See Chakrubs Yoni Egg.

Strap-ons

In Ancient Greece, strap on dildos were made of stone or padded leather and were attached to leather harnesses, with olive oil used as lubrication. The Kama Sutra has mention of strap ons, and they show up in countless 19th century paintings and historical records from China, France, and East Africa.


Strap ons can be a great option for same sex female couples or for heterosexual couples that want to try pegging. We try to carry a range of harnesses, harness-compatible dildos and “strapless strap ons” to suit every taste.


What are your best sellers?

Our best selling harness is the Jocque harness by Spareparts [link] while our best-selling harness-compatible dildo is the Purple Haze by Tantus. Our best selling strapless strap-on is the Wet For Her Union.

What is ideal for beginners? For more advanced?

Strapless strap ons offer more intimacy but can be difficult to hold in if you haven’t done kegel training, so while we recommend more advanced couples try a product like the Wet For Her Union beginners should try a harness like the Spareparts Joque paired with a flat-based dildo like the Tantus Purple Haze.

What kinds of strap-ons exist?

Essentially there are two principal types of “strap-ons”:

Those that actually require “straps” or harnesses and those that don't.


As one might expect, traditional harnessed strap-ons typically involve two components: a harness and a dildo.

Harnesses are available in a variety of styles and materials, including:

Three strap / Jock

A type of harness that loops around the waist and each leg for a comfortable fit with great control. Three straps also mean greater customization of fit. This style is popular because it also leaves the wearer exposed for additional stimulation.

Two strap / G-String

This type of harness provides a reasonable amount of control (though, as with the “jock” style, control is improved the thicker the straps are), and fits with one loop around the waist and one between the legs. While this does not leave the wearer exposed, some enjoy the genital and anal stimulation the middle strap can provide during movement.

Corset

This type of harness typically cinches together at the sides to provide additional support

Underwear/Lingerie

This variety of harness has become increasingly popular recently and is designed to fit like a pair of normal underwear. They are available in a host of varieties from more boxer-brief like styles to more feminine styles. While these are strap free and therefore the simplest to put on, they also offer slightly less support and are less suited to hosting heaver toys

 

You should always make sure you are selecting a harness that both fits you and the toy you are looking to use properly. Check the size of your waist and hips and the minimum and maximum diameter of the dildo or plug that your harness’ O-ring (which may be permanent or swappable) can accommodate so that the toy will fit snugly without moving around. Beyond matching the harness’ ring diameter, you should also typically look for a dildo with a flared base to keep it secure.

Newer on the scene are so-called “strapless strap-ons”, such as the Tantus Feeldoe (though this kind of toy is now available from a variety of manufacturers in a variety of shapes, textures and …levels of lifelikeness). Strapless strap-ons typically offer a bulb for the wearer to grasp the dildo internally, rather than needing to secure it by straps. The potential downside of such toys is that they can be weighty and therefore challenging for even the most practiced kegel black belt to hold in (particularly once motion and lube are in the mix, or during anal sex given that the sphincter muscles are much tighter than the vagina).

Lubes

The Ancient Greeks used olive oil as a form of lubrication as far back as 350 B.C.. In the 1600s, Chinese yams called tororo-jiru were used to create the first flavored lube. Finally, the 19th and 20th centuries brought us silicone-based lube and vaseline. Today, there are tingling, warming, cooling, flavored and desensitizing lubes, as well as arousal gels and lubricants that heighten sexual pleasure.


Lube still wrestles with a reputation of being unsexy or almost clinical in its purpose but trust us- lube is incredible for all uses (be it toy play, anal sex, sex in the water etc) and variety so we try to carry a wide array of body safe options for every occasion.


What are your best sellers?

Our best sellers are Good Clean Love Almost Naked and Sliquid Organic.

What is ideal for beginners? For more advanced?

For beginners we typically recommend a versatile toy-compatible water-based lube like Good Clean Love Almost Naked. More advanced users may want to try a lubricant with a sensation component like Intimate Earth’s Melt.

What kinds of lubricants exist?

Let us break it down fo’ ya, nice and easy.

Oil based

We’ll be blunt- oil lube is limiting and tough to use for some. While it has a nice texture that is thicker than than comparable water-based lubricants, its applications are far more limited (to say nothing of the messy clean up). Oil-based lubes are not safe to use with most condoms as they degrade the latex and increase the risk of tears. Best usages include massage or male masturbation (its hydrophobic qualities mean that it can also be used for shower play). When used vaginally or in the anus, however, oil-based lubes can cause serious infections (as its more viscous texture can trap bacteria).

Water Based

Water-based lubes are by far the most versatile- they are compatible will all types of toys and condoms or diaphragms, great for sensitive skin, and their composition makes them a breeze to clean up. However, these types of lubes tend to dry faster, and so often need to be reapplied more frequently than other kinds. They also don’t work well in the shower. Ideally seek out brands that are petrochemical-free, glycerin-free and paraben-free.

Silicone based

Silicone lubes are the most viscous, slick, and long lasting of the three main varieties and are particularly great for anal sex since they are very slippery and need less frequent re-application. Unlike synthetic oils, silicone lubricants are typically hypoallergenic and far less likely to cause irritation or infections with penetrative sex. While silicone lubes are compatible with latex condoms, they should not be paired with silicone toys as they will cause them to degrade. They are also harder to remove from upholstery (typically requiring soap and water) than water-based lubricants but this is somewhat mitigated by the fact that you need to be far less liberal with silicone vs water-based lube to achieve the same effect. Just be sure to take care around your davenport. They work great in the shower (or hot tub, lake, swimming pool, slip & slide)! See: System Jo Premium.

Hybrid Lubes

Recently certain “hybrid lubes” have emerged that are largely water-based but which contain a small enough amount of silicone to increase viscosity and longevity without compromising silicone toys. See System Jo Hybrid.

Desentizing Lubes

Generally help men last longer during penetrative sex. Certain manufacturers (Anal-Eze, e.g.) also produce lubricants targeted at minimizing discomfort during anal sex.

Flavored Lubes

Flavored lubricants tend to be targeted for use during oral sex. However, these should be approached with caution when used in conjunction with vaginal sex as, depending on the sweetener used in the flavoring, such lubricants can contribute to yeast infections (to avoid this look for lubes that are noted to be sugar or glycerin-free).

Stimulating Lubes

Such specialty lubes have been growing in popularity and are now widely available at chain drug stores. The sensation they produce is the result of chemical reactions between select mild ingredients. However, such additives may not be advisable for women who are more sensitive / prone to allergic reactions. Use a small amount to start and cease use if you notice irritation with such products.

Nipple Play

Stimulation of the nipples arouses the sensory cortex in a woman’s brain and in turn, arouses the genitals. Some women require strong nipple stimulation via pressure while others have highly sensitive nipples that can be simulated more gently. We curate a selection of products that can heighten (or sweeten!) your nipple play adventures.


What are your best sellers?

Our best seller is the Sex Kitten Nipple Clamps.

What is ideal for beginners? For more advanced?

More advanced fans of nipple play may wish to experience greater pressure via a product like XR Magnetic Orbs.

What kinds of nipple stimulation products exist?

Here are some of the most popular types of nipple stimulators

Suction-based stimulation

Nipple suction devices increase blood flow and sensitivity and cause the nipple to feel engorged and more erect. (see: Kinklab Nipple Suction Set)

Nipple clamps

They may sound scary and can look intimidating, but they’re often a lot more gentle than you might guess them to be. Designed to firmly grip the nipples, clamps produce a pinching effect which can be light and teasing or hard and intense, depending on your preference. (see: Sex Kitten Clamps).

Arousal Gels

Also called foreplay gels, such stimulant gels are typically designed to enhance female satisfaction, typically by stimulating bloodflow to different parts of the body. We believe that simulant gels have a wide variety of uses and intensities.


What are your best sellers?

Our best sellers include Exsens Ginger Litchi and Intimate Earth Intense Gels.

What is ideal for beginners? For more advanced?

For a beginner we would recommend a product like Intimate Earth’s Gentle Clitoral Stimulant  to get accustomed to the sensation of a stimulant gel, while more experienced users may wish to try a stronger product like System Jo Volt.

What kinds of arousal gels exist?

Clitoral Gels

The clit is extremely sensitive- containing some 8,000 odd sensory nerve fibers (or more than twice the amount found on the head of a penis). (Intimate Earth Intense)

G-Spot Gels

G spot gels increase vasodilation (i.e. improves bloodflow to the g spot), typically through active ingredients such as the naturally-occurring amino acid arginine, niacin (aka Vitamin B), or natural mint oils. Take a dollop on your finger and reach 1-2 inches inside your vaginal opening and bend your fingers toward your front vaginal wall (i.e. toward your stomach). The G spot is about the size of a quarter, and feels rougher than the surrounding skin (Intimate Earth Discover)

Anal Relaxants

Anal relaxants can facilitate comfortable anal sex, but some that use a numbing agent can be unsafe because they can mask the sensation of tearing. (Intimate Earth Adventure)

Tightening Serum

Science has borne out that increased blood flow and vaginal contraction can dramatically improve orgasm for women (in addition to enhancing pleasure for male partners). While most vaginal tightening creams rely on a caustic astringent like Alum that tightens the vaginal walls by siphoning moisture, we found one from Intimate Earth that is alum-free and all natural (Intimate Earth Embrace)

Bath / Body

We believe that self care is a critical part of sexual health and wellness. Our indulgent bath and body products are selected to help you get clean and feel like your best self.


While this category is more tangentially related to sex, we believe bath and body care is an important component of feeling and looking great. We exercise great care to choose body-safe, high quality bath products that will nourish and cleanse without irritating your skin.


What are your best sellers?

Our best sellers are Exsen’s Intimate Wash and Shunga Dead Sea Salts.

What is ideal for beginners? For more advanced?

For a beginner we would recommend a product like Intimate Earth’s Gentle Clitoral Stimulant to get accustomed to the sensation of a stimulant gel, while more experienced users may wish to try a stronger product like System Jo Volt.

What kinds of erotic bath and body exist?

Erotic bath and body products come in a range of types, from lotions and body washes enhanced with pheromones, to sensual scrubs, pubic hair softener and more.

Cleaning Supplies

Products designed to clean your sex toys (and your intimate areas) after sexy time so you can get right back to having even more sexy time.


We believe that keeping your toys clean after sex will help them last longer and deliver better results while reducing the risk of infections and other unpleasantness. When it comes to personal hygiene and what you put on or near or in your body, you know your body best. We’ve selected a wide range of quality cleansers for your toys made of silicone and other materials.


What are your best sellers?

Our best sellers are Intimate Earth Green Foaming Cleanser and She Afterglow Wipes.

What is ideal for beginners? For more advanced?

Toy cleansers be packaged in the form of wipes, foaming cleansers, spray cleansers or liquid soaps; personal cleansers are typically wipes or washes.

What kinds of cleansers exist?

Erotic bath and body products come in a range of types, from lotions and body washes enhanced with pheromones, to sensual scrubs, pubic hair softener and more.

Condoms

Typically, male condoms are a sheath worn over a penis during penetrative sexual intercourse intended to prevent unwanted pregnancy and/or the spread of STIs. They can also be used to protect you when sharing a sex toy with another partner. The Ancient Greek legend of Minos (150 A.D.) describes a curse that transformed his semen into scorpions and serpents, so his sexual partner used a goat’s bladder to protect herself from these animals. While this legend is about the use of a female condom, the Ancient Greeks, Romans and Egyptians used loincloths as a form of contraception. Contraception fell by the wayside until the 15th century when glans condoms made from silk paper (just covering the head of the penis) showed up in Asia. Animal intestines and skin were widely used to make condoms until the invention of rubber in the 19th century.


We believe safe sex is hot sex. We’ve selected a range of our best performing condoms to suit a variety of needs and tastes. Condoms are also ideal for using vibes and other sex toys with a partners.


What are your best sellers?

Our best sellers are Lovability and Hex.

What is ideal for beginners? For more advanced?

Toy cleansers be packaged in the form of wipes, foaming cleansers, spray cleansers or liquid soaps; personal cleansers are typically wipes or washes.

What kinds of condoms exist?

Regular and extra large

Fit is important to both comfort and effectiveness- a condom that is too tight can interfere with an erection while one that it too loose can fail to protect both partners.

Extra thin

Condoms that are too thick can result in less pleasurable sensation and an inhibited sense of intimacy.

Studded and Ribbed

Externally studded condoms can offer the partner being penetrated an enhanced level of sensation and stimulation.

Organic

Organic condoms are more sustainable and better for the environment.

Flavored

Flavored condoms can add an extra level of fun to safe fellatio.

Warming

Warming lube can offer the partner being penetrated an enhanced level of sensation and pleasure.

Games

Sex-related games all aim to bridge the gap between sexual desires and differences and open up a healthy dialogue about (sometimes taboo) sexual pleasure.


We think games can be a great way to break the ice and talk about thinks you might otherwise be shy to bring up with a partner.


What are your best sellers?

Our best sellers are Kinky Truth or Dare and Bijoux Indiscrets Lucky Love Dice.

What kinds of condoms exist?

Games for couples can take the form of dice games, card games or board games.

Furniture

Sex furniture aids sexual activity intended to make sex easier, more fun, and more pleasurable for each participating member.


We believe that the support offered by straps and specially designed pillows can allow couples to explore more adventurous positions pleasurably and safely. We carry a variety of options for your needs.


What are your best sellers?

Our best sellers are the Liberator Wedge and Sportsheets Under the Bed Restraints.

What kinds of furnitures exist?

Sex furniture can include anything from a wedge to a spanking bench to a swing.

Massage

Massage rings, massage candles, and massage oils can all be used as aids to give your partner some much needed, sexy TLC.


We think massages can be a sensual, intimacy and arousal-enhancing part of foreplay or post-play and we aim to carry a variety of products to spice up any massage.


What are your best sellers?

Our best sellers are Exsens Amber Jojoba and Jimmyjane Afterglow.

What is ideal for beginners? For more advanced?

For beginners we recommend a simple scented massage oil such as Sliquid Tranquility while more adventurous customers may want to try a massage candle such as Jimmyjane’s Afterglow which features wax that melts to produce spreadable warm body oil.

What kinds of massage products exist?

Erotic massage products can help with lubrication as you stroke your partner (massage oils, massage candles eg) or with stimulation of the muscle tissue can turn your entire body into a means to deliver an unforgettable erotic massage as well.

BDSM

The acronym BDSM is actually three acronyms rolled into one. Bondage & discipline, dominance & submission, sadism & masochism. Much of BDSM’s origins lies in the hands of women. The oldest record of BDSM play comes from the Sumerian Goddess Inanna, who was said to conduct domination rituals that imbued her subjects with pain and ecstasy. In 9th c. B.C. Sparta, flagellation ceremonies in which men were whipped were overseen by a priestess. The practice of early BDSM was expanded in writings of the Kama Sutra and medieval courtly love. Exploring what you and your partner are into and what you’re “meh” about is truly one of the most exciting things about BDSM. Communication is key. Stay comfortable and enjoy yourself. Below, we’ll highlight two of the most common types of BDSM- impact play and restraint play.


What are your best sellers?

The world of BDSM goodies is wide and reaching. Here are some of our best sellers for impact play: Happy Lola Paddle, Lelo Suede Flogger. For the restraint play, we love Sportsheets Under the Bed Restraints and Kinklab Neoprene Cuffs, the Mystim Tension Lover Kit. Our best sellers for other pain & pleasure play include the XR Mini Pinwheel and Stockroom Vampire Gloves.

What is ideal for beginners? For more advanced?

For impact play

Beginners should start with softer implements such as a fur lined paddle or faux-leather flogger. More advanced practitioners may seek hard leather paddles (Happy Lola Paddle).

For restraint play

Beginners should start with gentle, adjustable cuffs like Stockroom’s Neoprene Cuffs. More advanced practitioners may want to experiment with full body restraint via Shibari Rope or Sportsheets Under the Bed Restraints.

What kinds of impact play tools exist?

If you are looking to experiment with pleasure/pain, impact play can be a great place to start. There are several main tools to get started:

Paddles

Paddles offer a broader surface for an increased endorphin rush.

Floggers

A flogger is a whip with many tails which can be used anywhere on the body but particularly the back, bottom or thighs. The many tails still produce a thudding kind of pain but at a more intense level. Start with a flogger made of soft materials, with thick tails and rounded ends.

Riding crop

These flexible implements deliver a much more targeted impact than paddles or floggers.

What kinds of restraint play tools exist?

When considering light bondage there are a number of important considerations to bear in mind:

Fit

Cuffs can be designed to hold wrists together in a single bind, or with a short tether between each cuff, or as a set of two independent restraints allowing for a much greater range of movement. Cuffs made of hard materials (metal, e.g.) have limited give and can cause nerve damage or limit circulation if applied too tightly and should never be used for weight-bearing or suspension bondage. Beginners should look for a soft, wide adjustable cuff that can distribute weight evenly and be released quickly in the event of an emergency. Tie-based restraints are more advisable for more intermediate bondage practitioners, as their supple textures can result in material tightening under tension.

Material

Wrist restraints are available in a wide range of materials including be leather, silk, or synthetic materials. Be sure to verify that any cuff you don is not made of a material you may be allergic to (latex, e.g.). To reiterate, hard materials like metal (or those which generate a lot of friction like leather) can also prove uncomfortable when strained against and should only be used for light restriction of movement or by more advanced bondage practitioners.

Mechanism

Wrist restraints can be used standalone or in conjunction with restraints for other parts of the body and can be secured by everything from a key lock ratcheting mechanism (in the case of more traditional handcuffs) to velcro or as simple as a slip knot tie. Traditional key lock handcuffs have a detent which stops the cuff from ratcheting tighter when locked. When using keylock cuffs always make sure you know where to find and how to access the key(s), just in case.

E-Stim

E-stim is short for Erotic Electrostimulation, also known as electrosex. It is a sexual practice that involves applying electrical stimulation to nerves of the body, particularly the genitalia.


We know that this can be an unfamiliar and intimidating category for many women but we believe we have curated a selection of great products for beginners who want to start experimenting with e- stim, including products the Mystim Electric Eric vibrator where e-stim functionality is optional.


What are your best sellers?

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What kinds of e-stim tools exist?

Effectively any toy type that can carry a current can be used for e-stim play. There are e-stim kegel balls, vibrators, butt plugs, cock rings and much more. Most e-stim toys require a “base” kit such as the Mystim Tension Lover Kit that attaches to such add-ons to conduct electrical current. However some toys have standalone e-stim functionality.