Our desire to play around with what feels good may go back far longer than we thought.
Our desire to play around with what feels good may go back far longer than we thought.
Let's distinguish fact from fiction throughout this popular sex toy's rise to the mainstream.
Resources are scant, but the advice is plentiful, and greener choices are available.
Creativity doesn't have to take a back seat to pleasure.
Intrigued by claims of enhanced sensuality, I booked a remote hypno-sex session.
Teledildonics are becoming more intelligent, thanks to groups of DIY developers.
Props may help ease pain and add pleasure for people with (or without) a disability.
It's possible to lose the magic touch—with yourself or a partner—but you can always get it back.
Sex toys bring reliable joy anytime, but especially when you're in need of connection.
Necessity may be the mother of invention, but pleasure is the unsung motivator of progress.
The menopausal transition doesn't have to be the end of your arousal, desire or pleasure.
How to achieve good vibes only right from the jump.
Finally, commerce and pop culture are catching up.
Businesses love it, but customers are conflicted.
Your 'smart' sex toy could be vulnerable to some not-so-smart cybersecurity flaws.
Ready to level up your solo sessions and partner sex? There's a toy for that.
Your go-to guide for discovering anal plugs, beads, prostate massagers and more.
Embody your pleasure and get into the nitty-gritty of focusing on yourself.
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Peak amounts of stress and solitude changed the way our brains connect with our libidos.
Slow down, speedy. Take your time and enjoy masturbation
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Even for those locked up with a partner, self-love reigned during the pandemic.
If you think you've got 'dead vagina syndrome,' think again.
Our Q&A should encourage you to play with your hidden—and hot—prostate zone.
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Hollywood loves a splashy sex scene, but what are the realities of underwater sex?
Alone time isn't just for guys. A good percentage of women masturbate too, with porn or without.
One of the easiest and safest ways to spice up your sex life is to explore the world of toys.
If a toy goes into your body, make sure it comes out.
Vibrators, dildos, butt plugs and penis rings. Everyone can have fun with toys in the bedroom.
You can choose from all kinds of makes and models to help shake things up with good vibrations.