• The Safety Dance: Sex Toy Safety for a New Generation

    What on earth are sex toys made of, and are they body safe? Burke Denning writes about the science of sex toy health and safety.

  • Q&A: I Found Blood After Using a Sex Toy. What Should I Do?

    It is not uncommon for women to notice small amounts of blood after vaginal penetration.

  • Technologasm?! The Rise of Teledildonics and Adult Haptic Devices

    Enabling real-time, remote sex with unprecedented realism, if teledildonics are the future of cybersex, the future looks awesome.

  • Navigating a Sea of Sex Toys: A Cordial Introduction

    There are an awful lot of sex toys out there, and a lot of them look more likely to tune your carburetor than to get your rocks off! Here's a quick guide.

  • Q&A: Vibrators In The Mail?

    Sex toys are very regularly sent in the US Mail. They can also be purchased in most states through adult bookstores and even, in some cases, local drug stores.

  • Q&A: I Orgasm With My Vibrator, Not When Someone Else Touches Me

    If you find it difficult to relax or let go with a partner, that may be getting in the way of greater sexual pleasure or ease of orgasm.

  • Q&A: I Am Scared Of Having Sex Because Of Pregnancy and Bleeding

    You could consider masturbating using sex toys to help your vagina learn to stretch to accommodate a penis when you're ready to have intercourse.

  • Q&A: I Can’t Orgasm When I Masturbate In Front Of My Boyfriend

    Sex is full of a range of sights, sounds and scents. These can greatly enhance people’s sexual arousal but they can also influence people’s worries.

  • Q&A: How Do Women Experience Multiple Orgasms?

    Some women find that they feel more aroused if they fantasize, use dirty talk, role play, dress up or have sex with lights on or off.