Toys That All Couples Should Have

In the age of night shifts, school runs and overtime, the pressure is on to fit in as much as we can into as little time as possible, but sex is not somewhere to cut corners. 
There are tools and toys available that can bring an added element of fun, playfulness, or exploration to the bedroom. If your life is devoid of sex toys, you are most definitely missing out! These are a great way to enhance your sex life and prevent it from becoming stale and predictable. From oils, to vibrators, to light bondage accessories, this list has something for everyone. Continue reading

A Beginner’s Guide To Rope Play

Congratulations! So, you’ve decided to tie the knot?

You’ve already introduced the idea of bondage games, you’ve established safe words, and successfully brought bondage into your bedroom – now it’s time to take it up a notch. Rope work is kinky, fun, and a staple play for the majority of BDSM enthusiasts; it can be used to wrap, suspend, decorate, or restrain a person. So, if you’re ready to be tied down, let us show you the ropes. Continue reading

Cock and Ball Torture – Tools and Toys

Cock and Ball Torture, more commonly referred to as CBT, is a practice involving a man’s penis and testicles, which can induce a little discomfort or intense pain depending upon the type of torture being performed and the pain threshold of the recipient. Cock and Ball Torture may involve binding, whipping, slapping, stretching, urethral play, wax play, or flogging male genitals. It can be a highly erotic experience both physically and mentally for participants. There are many toys and tools available for this form of play. Continue reading

A Beginner’s Guide To Sexual Domination

Dominance and Submission (D/s) is an alternative relationship in which a top or dom controls the actions, emotions, and will of the bottom, or sub. A D/s relationship consists of two people who are mutually consenting adults who agree on a direction for their relationship. They agree that one of the partners will take the dominant, controlling role, and the other partner, the submissive, controlled role. Continue reading