• Coffee & Kink Beginners BDSM Mini Reviews

    Posted by Coffee & Kink on 07/05/19

    I was really excited when The Pleasure Garden reached out and suggested a series of mini-reviews of kinky products that might appeal to people looking to explore BDSM for the first time, along with some handy tricks and tips on using them safely. This is the first of such a series – let’s take a look at what was in my very exciting parcel when it arrived… Continue Reading

  • Super Smash Cache reviews The Vibease Wearable Vibrator

    Posted by Super Smash Cache on 30/04/19

    The Vibease is wearable; it slips in the gusset of snug underwear and curves along the vulva. The firm, pointed hook concentrates the clitoral vibrations. I’m a proponent of lazy masturbation, so sitting on a pinpoint vibe hands-free is a selling point (no pun intended) to me. Continue Reading

  • Kelvin Sparks reviews The Rocks Off Ruby Glow

    Posted by Kelvin Sparks on 09/05/18

    While toys that are specifically intended for transmasculine consumers are few and far between, sometimes I see a toy that sounds like it might work perfectly for us, even though we were absolutely not the demographic in mind. The Rocks Off Ruby Glow is one of those toys. Continue Reading

  • Coffee & Kink reviews The Je Joue Mimi

    Posted by Coffee & Kink on 21/02/18

    If you’ve been reading my reviews for any amount of time, you will understand that I am a power queen. It’s really hard for a toy to score well with me on intensity/power level, because, well… my clit thinks vibrations can go big or fuck off.I’ve heard Je Joue’s line of toys referenced on multiple occasions as being good picks for power fans, but this is the first time I’ve got to try one out for myself. Continue Reading

  • The B-Vibe Rimming Plug on a bed of ivy Kelvin Sparks reviews The B-Vibe Rimming Plug Petite

    Posted by Kelvin Sparks 07/05/19

    I was super intrigued by the B-Vibe Rimming Plug from the moment I saw it. I’m a big fan of rimming (or analingus if you want to get technical), and the idea of a butt plug that attempted to simulate is possible one of the coolest sex toy concepts I’ve seen. Continue Reading

  • Sex Toys and Pain During Sex

    Experiencing unwanted pain during sex can be very traumatic. It can disrupt sexual and romantic relationships and cause high amounts of stress and anxiety to sufferers and their partners. According to the World Health Organisation between 8-21% of women will experience dyspareunia, or pain during sex at some point in their lives. This widespread and often under treated problem can have a wide range of causes including: Continue Reading

  • Sex Toys and Erectile Dysfunction

    While it might seem that way, erectile dysfunction (ED) does not necessarily mean the end of sex, masturbation and orgasms. This guide has been created to provide information about the wide variety of sex toys available which can be used by people with ED. It may also be helpful for those with genital difference or genital loss. Sex toys are not a treatment of erectile dysfunction, but they can be part of achieving a fulfilling sex life and enjoying sexual play alone or with a partner. Continue Reading

  • Sex Toys for Disabled People

    Whether it is just for fun, to explore kinks, or express sexuality both disabled and non-disabled people use sex toys for all sorts of reasons. Disabled people may also want to use sex toys to help them achieve sexual pleasure and intimacy in ways they are unable to do without assistance. With so many choices out there however, it can be hard to know what products are right for you. That is why we have written the Sex Toys for Disabled People Buyers Guide! Continue Reading

  • Body Safe Sex Toy Materials

    The sex toy industry is almost entirely unregulated. This means that there is no government or industry body which is responsible for ensuring that sex toys are safe. By printing ‘Novelty Item – not for use on the body’ on the packaging some companies sidestep stricter regulations. This means that there are sex toys out there that are made from potentially unsafe or even toxic materials. So – how can you be sure that the sex toy you want is body safe?

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  • How to Clean Sex Toys

    We don’t want anyone thinking that their genitals or the things they do with them are dirty…  That is no excuse however for not keeping your sex toys clean! Making sure you thoroughly clean your sex toys after use will ensure that you get rid of any traces of lube and bodily fluids. It also helps ensure that your toys don’t become a breeding ground of bacteria or mold which could cause you harm. Continue Reading