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Bluechew Review: How Well Does It Work?

This post is going to a little different, a review of a new ED medicine called BlueChew.   I used to think I was alone when it comes to erectile dysfunction, but it seems that ED is much more prevalent than I assumed.  More than 30 million men in the US experience erectile dysfunction [1], with […]

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The Ultimate Guide to Prostate Milking: Prostate Massage Techniques, Preparation, and Tools

Prostate milking is the Holy Grail of male sexuality.  If you’re ready, willing, and able, men are able to achieve mind-blowing multiple orgasms without even having to touch their cock at all.  Some men can even cum from anal orgasms alone, with their penis shooting out cum hands-free. It’s quite a spectacle!However, milking your prostate is […]

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How to Use A Vibrator

If you walk into a sex store or look at sex toy websites online, you can find vibrators for beginners, vibrators for couples, egg vibrators, vibrating rabbit toys, and so much more. It can be a little bit intimidating when you’re browsing for your first vibrator and you’re bombarded with a sea of contorted vibrating […]

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Sex Toy Storage 101: How to Store Your Sex Toys

Before you purchase a sex toy, you naturally lust after the sexual pleasure it’s going to give you. You read about how big it is, how many vibration settings it has, and how it’s going to produce otherworldly orgasms inside your body. One thing that you might gloss over, however, is sex toy storage. Why […]

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Review of Buzz, A Stimulating Sex Toy History

The book Buzz by Hallie Lieberman is the most in-depth read about sex toy history yet.  It starts off with a quick overview of ancient history, talking about things like the world’s oldest dildo, it then focuses on about ten people that had big impacts on the sex toy industry in the late 1900s. Hallie is […]

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Jar Test – Will These Jelly Dildos Melt?

One my goals is to promote awareness of toxic sex toy materials, and help put the companies making them out of business (or at least force them to switch to safer materials). The most toxic sex toy material is jelly, a catch-all term for a mystery blend of plastics and plasticizers that results in a cheap […]

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