Why Choose a Toy at all?
Sex toys are not necessities of life, they are accessories. Just as we don’t rely solely on our bodies for transportation, there is no need to rely solely on our bodies for sexual enjoyment.
Sex toys have the potential of igniting our sexual imagination and reviving our sexual practices but this can only come with knowledge, communication, and an examination of your needs and desires.
You don’t “need” any of our products but if you have a healthy sexual appetite and a desire to explore new sexual frontiers, you may want our products.
A few examples of why we love toys:
- Vibrators increase sensation and blood flow to the clitoris, increasing enjoyment and likelihood of orgasm.
- Dildos (non-vibrating penetrative toys) stimulate specific nerve-rich areas of the vagina that would otherwise be hard or impossible to reach with our own hands, or tiring for our partners to stimulate (manually or otherwise)!
- Butt Plugs: Ditto! Also, anal toys stimulate the prostate gland, which can lead to very enjoyable orgasms for people with prostates!
- Lubricants feel great! They make vaginal intercourse (and outercourse) silky and delicious, and they are absolutely essential for anal play.
- Kegel Exercisers and Vaginal Dilators: Kegel toys keep the muscles of the pelvic floor strong, and can increase the intensity of orgasms. Dilators (and/or silicone dildos) keep the vagina supple in the absence of other kinds of intercourse, and help in the treatment of painful disorders such as vaginismus and vulvodynia.
- Cock Rings and slings can increase enjoyment as well as potentially prolonging erections. Vibrating rings add extra stimulation and may “bridge the gap” for clitoral stimulation during vaginal intercourse.
- Harnesses can be worn by all genders, enabling previously “receptive” partners to “give”. Partners with penises can wear a harness to experience dual penetration, or to penetrate their partners if, for whatever reason, an erection is unavailable to them.
- Using toys with a partner can go a long way, making the “playing field” more even for partners who may have vastly different arousal arcs.