Some people believe that sex toys are for masturbation purposes only, which is actually just a huge misconception. There are plenty of toys out there that can stimulate both partners at once, or that one partner can use on another. Whether you want to tie down and tease your lover or you both want to experience the pleasurable vibrations of a couple’s vibrator, sex toys that you can share will make experimenting in the bedroom even more fun for both of you. And if you’re not sure where to start, then you should begin your search right here at Spencer’s. We should know, because we’ve got plenty of sex toys and accessories for couples! Rubber Penis
Other types of sex toys are meant to add further pleasure and enjoyment to sex, such as nipple clamps, penis rings, anal plugs, or even strap-ons. Sometimes these can also help heighten lesbian or gay sex and increase excitement. There are many ways to experience pleasure, and sex toys are just one way to add zest to an already fabulous sex life, or power up playtime with yourself; you deserve it!
The Ina Wave is like the hoverboard of rabbit vibrators. Not only does it feature two powerful motors (one to hug your clitoris, and one to stimulate you inside), the internal component can actually move up and down. They say the sensation simulates your partner's fingers moving inside you, but considering the Ina Wave can go for two hours without getting a wrist cramp, we'd say it's better. It's also fully waterproof, rechargeable, and features ten different settings.
If you’ve been curious about trying a strap-on dildo and living out that popular sexual fantasy, now’s the perfect time to switch up your roles and have someone new take charge during sex. Sure, you might not have a penis, but that shouldn't stop you from being as dominant in bed as you please! Role reversal is a great way to mix things up in the bedroom, and Spencer's offers different styles of strap-on sex toys to fit your needs. You can use a harness to keep your dildo perfectly in place, or you could get one that's double-ended, which will penetrate both you and your partner for double the fun.
No safety regulations exist in the sex toy industry. The sex toys are sold as novelty items so they do not need to adhere to certain regulations such as reporting the chemicals and materials used in a product. Due to this status, manufacturers are not responsible if their toys are used for any other purpose than being a novelty. Regulations such as REACH do exist, and some sex toys may be compliant to this though, despite that there is no obligation for manufacturers on attaining compliance. A recent (2006) study conducted by the Greenpeace Netherlands office found high level of phthalates in seven out of eight plastic sex toys tested.
Ladies, we have our winner. Funny that the We-Vibe brand disappointed me so much when it came to their "No. 1 couple's toy," but knocked it out of the park so hard on this one. Its shape, which is easy and intuitive to hold, is on point. There are eight different settings for every kind of intensity and sensation, and at full charge, I would be shocked if this doesn't get you off. Bsdm Toys
If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact us or stop in at one of our Jack and Jill Adult shops. We are here to help you make your sexual adventure the best it can possibly be. You can also visit our online store and have your items shipped directly to your door. Your order is 100% confidential and your package will arrive in a discreet fashion.
Finally, we're getting into some stuff my finicky vag liked. The Lyla 2 can be used in bed, held against your clit, or inserted. Because it has a remote-control option, you can also take it out on the town for a night of secret sexiness. While I'm sorry to say I haven't been to a club loud enough to try that at yet, the idea of being able to stick this in your panties and have your partner control it while you go dancing does sound fun.
Whether you’re away on a business trip or absent due to a fun weekend away, distance is no factor for sexual intercourse with the Kiiroo Pearl + Onyx Couple. The Pearl (intended for the female; which is a very effective vibrator) and the Onyx (a Fleshlight, essentially) are bluetooth compatible and react to each other’s movements due to its touch sensitive skin and capacative technology. The toy recreates long-distance sex in the most authentic way possible, and is the first of its kind. Bdms Toys
According to the OED, the word's first appearance in English was in Thomas Nashe's The Choice of Valentines or the Merie Ballad of Nash his Dildo (c. 1593).[Note 1] The word also appears in Ben Jonson's 1610 play, The Alchemist. William Shakespeare used the term once in The Winter's Tale, believed to be from 1610 or 1611, but not printed until the First Folio of 1623.[Note 2]
Having a vibrator you can use during sex is a great trick to have up your sleeve: not only does it make orgasming during intercourse a lot easier on nights when you need extra help, but it also feels great for the dude you might be worried about freaking out. Here's why: You're even tighter down there while using a toy (because you're so turned on) and your vag itself is lightly vibrating, meaning he gets to contact a great second-hand high. Instead of worrying about what guys might think about using a sex toy in bed, we should probably be more concerned about them becoming even more addicted to having sex with us. (Seriously. It will probably blow his mind a little, in my experience.)
By the 1980s, purges of the police force along with new and tighter licensing controls by the City of Westminster led to a crackdown on illegal premises in Soho. In the early 1990s, London's Hackney council sought to shut down Sh! Women's Erotic Emporium, because they did not have a licence. Sh! took the council to court and consequently won the right to remain open as there were no sufficient reasons for the closure. In 2003 the Ann Summers chain of lingerie and sex toy shops won the right to advertise for shop assistants in Job Centres, which was originally banned under restrictions on what advertising could be carried out by the sex industry. In 2007, a Northern Ireland sex shop was denied a licence by the Belfast City Council. The shop appealed and won, but this was overturned by the House of Lords. Sexshop