Remember when we shared our 101 Funniest Sex Toy Searches with you back in March?
Well, now that October 31st is creeping closer and closer, we thought we'd do a Halloween version.
There have been over 600,000 unique terms typed into the search box on our website in the past year.
And some of them are a little... strange.
"Handcoffins"? Sorry, we don't sell those (and we're a bit frightened)!
Here are 54 of the scariest searches we found.
If you’ve not yet got your hands on a wand, there’s time! Head on over to our top 10 guide to find out which wand is best for you.
If you are the proud owner of a powerful wand vibe, congratulations. We’re sure you’ve powered it up and played with all the settings, but do you know how to use it to its full potential?
We’ve put together a handy guide to help you soar to orgasmic heights with your toy, time after time.
When the majority of women find it easiest to climax clitorally, it's no wonder our customers are so fond of clit-specific vibrators.
Amazingly, the clitoris has over 8000 nerve endings just waiting to be stimulated, and a clitoral vibe is an excellent way of accessing more parts of it - and generating multiple orgasms!
If you haven't already got one in your artillery, take a look at our top 10 guide to find out which vibe is best for you.
Read on to find out what else these wonder-toys can do.
Generally, foreplay is known as ‘sexual activity during the lead up to sex’ or ‘things that get you in the mood’.
But what is sex and why doesn’t it include the lead up?
When does foreplay end and sex begin?
Foreplay can mean lots of different things to different people, so I’ll be covering what falls into the ‘generic foreplay’ category, how creating different categories of sexual acts can be damaging, my own definition of foreplay and when I think it should happen (hint – it’s not always before!).
Often, when the term 'foreplay' gets thrown around, it's sold as ‘something that comes before "actual" sex’ (i.e. a penis penetrating a vagina – thanks heteronormative school sex-ed). So for a long time, I assumed it to be kissing, cuddling and hands/mouth on genitals.
I know this experience isn't uncommon, and I know that to a lot of people, that's what foreplay is.
We're over halfway through October, which can mean only one thing: Halloween is almost here!
And whether you've been counting down the days since last November 1st, or you're locking the doors and hunkering down to avoid trick-or-treaters, one thing's for sure: the internet is brimming with sexy Halloween costume possibilities.
We've packed our new Halloween shop full of flirty costumes and spooky-style toys, but how can a night associated with ghouls, ghosts, and wee demon beasties be erotic?
We're glad you asked.
Here, we've collected our favorite Halloween-esque role play scenarios to take your night from frightful to delightful (without a drop of fake blood in sight).
Don’t forget, before any role play, it’s always a good idea to agree on a safe word with your partner so that if things get too intense, you can cease play immediately.
If your significant other is the proud owner of a penis, it can be tempting to make foreplay all about oral sex – and it's easy to see why.
Blow jobs are fantastic. They are a huge turn-on for loads of men and after a sensational blow job, there's a good chance that any penetrative sex will last even longer and be more satisfying for both of you.
But man can not live on blow-jobs alone! Well, you could give it a damn good try, but just like anything you do all the time, it might get a little... samey.
Here are 5 other foreplay moves that are sure to drive him wild.
Jamye Waxman, M.Ed, is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and is a well-known and sought after educator and lecturer in the field of human sexuality and relationships.
She began her career as a sex educator at the world-famous New York sex toy shop Babeland and in 2005, Wired.Com dubbed her "the nexxxt generation of sex educator".
She has been interviewed and quoted in publications such as Cosmopolitan, Glamour, Women's Health, Men's Health, Forbes, The NY Daily News, and YourTango.
She is the author of several books, including the award-winning book Getting Off: A Woman's Guide to Masturbation (Seal Press) and utilizes her Masters in Sex Education from Widener University and SFSI certification to demystify female pleasure, arm the public with accurate information, and empower people with the ability to pursue fun and freedom in their sex lives.
Find out more about her work at waxmansextherapy.com.