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Guide To Stimulating Gels For Boosting Libido

Guide To Stimulating Gels For Boosting Libido

One’s libido can decrease for a number of reasons, from just general stress to medication. However, that sometimes clashes with the want to experience pleasure and enjoy sexual activity. Stimulating gels or enhancement gels generally focus on warming, cooling, or buzzing sensation on or around the clitoris. Warming gels and warming lubricants can also be used internally to help promote blood flow and increase lubrication. This guide will help you understand the use of each type, as well as toys…

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Favorite Blog Posts of 2020

Favorite Blog Posts of 2020

While 2020 has been a year, I got some great writing done this season. So just like in 2019, I have gathered the ones that really stood out to me. The ones that I think people shouldn’t have missed. And the ones that I was the proudest of. Favorite Review One of my earlier reviews in the year, but it also was a review that I had on the back burner for a long time. But my Helios has been…

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Guide: Condoms and Their Uses

Guide: Condoms and Their Uses

Condom use is an important part of safe sex. From how to use them to what they can be used for. Condom Basics Condoms are a thin sheath that covers the erect penis and works by stopping sexual fluids from passing between people during sexual activity. Most often they are made from latex or polyurethane. If condoms are used properly, they are 98% effective in preventing STIs and unplanned pregnancy. Condoms do not protect you from all STIs, such as…

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Guide: Anal Sex Safety

Guide: Anal Sex Safety

When it comes to anal sex, safety is the number one thing you should be paying attention to.  The external tissue of the anus has layers of dead cells that serve as a protective barrier against infection. The tissue inside the anus does not have this natural protection, which leaves it vulnerable to tearing and the spread of infection. Even if both partners do not have a sexually transmitted infection or disease, bacteria normally in the anus can potentially infect…

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