Sex Toys - for him and her

Sex Toys

Toys for him, toys for her, everything is out there these days for your greater sexual pleasure. They are often also referred to as erotic toys, sexual toys or even just sexy toys. It's a billion dollar industry growing globally by 30% each year, with massive demand on the internet.

Erotic toys come in all shapes and sizes and have several different uses. The chief categories include vibrators, intended to do just that, vibrate and stimulate, and within the range of vibrators are sub categories for both internal and external use. There are also toys that perfectly imitate the penis, known as dildos, these, as in life come in the widest range of shapes and sizes for penetrative sex with or without the participation of a partner.

When it comes totoys for men, there are items such as pocket pussies, masturbators and incredibly life like ass and pussy devices complete with soft cyber skin to spice up a lonely love life.

There are so many people out there that have a desire and/or curiosity to use explore the use of sexual toys, but are ashamed, embarrassed or simply prohibit themselves from just doing the research.

Some people say that these toys is one of the best inventions humans came up with. From that first dildo made around 500 B.C. by the ancient Greeks to today's computer remote controlled vibrators that can move according to your partner's wishes half way around the world. For many people new to this exciting world of pleasure, the most obvious question is what exactly is a sex toy and is it meant for anyone?

What are some general categories of sex toys?

• Vibrator - Vibrator is the most popular type of sex toy. We have electric, finger, flexible, mini, pocket, realistic, slim, waterproof, and traditional vibrators in our sex toy store.
• Dildo - Dildos come in different shape, size, and material. We have traditional, extra long, double header, glass, strap-on, and realistic dildos in our sex toy shop. These dildos are made with different materials from jelly, rubber, to cyberskin and silicone.
• Anal Toy - These come in flavor of butt plugs, anal probes, anal beads, anal lubricants, and vibrating versions of plugs and probes.
• BDSM Toy - Bondage toys are very popular with couples reaching out to new sexual fantasies. We have gags, blindfolds, clamps, leashes, cuffs, paddles, restraints, ticklers, and whips. We are one of the largest BDSM store on the internet.
• Toys for men - These toys are specific to guys such as cock rings, vagina and anus masturbators, delay/hardening formulas, penis enlargements, penis pumps, penis extensions and last but not least The Autoblow – the world’s first realistic blowjob machine.
• Female Toys - These toys are specific to ladies such as rabbit sex toy (one of the greatest inventions that stimulate clitoris and vagina at the same time, some models even include vibrating anal beads!), clit stimulators, g-spot dildos and vibrators, ben wa and orgasmic balls, and bullets and eggs.

How to Store Your Erotic Toys

Now that you have bought some toys to play with, you might be wondering where to store them. In fact you have two problems: how to hide your sex toysfrom others and how to store them properly, as you know that proper storage does prolong the toy's lifespan.

Did you know that not storing your toys separately can cause damage to them? It's true, some toys left to touch one another can have chemical reactions that destroy the toys and make them unsafe to use. This is why we recommend keeping them separated from one another and offer bacteria resistant bags to store them in.

Storage Tips

Clean toys before and after each use.

Dry your toys very thoroughly.

Store your toys in a place with air circulation.

Do not store your toys in a place that is exposed to too much moisture and extreme heat fluctuation.

Hiding your Sexual Toys - tips

Nobody looks in the shoe boxes

Well, almost nobody. Shoe boxes may not hold a lot of toys all at once and aren't very pretty but they work and they make it easy to store the toys right under the bed for quick grabbing. If you want you can decorate the shoe boxes but that may make people curious enough to look in them should they find them.

Keep it in Reach of the Bed

The main thing to keep in mind when figuring out how and where to store your toys is simple: keep those toys close to the bed. Over and over again, we heard there's nothing worse than having to interrupt foreplay to walk across the room and unpack a toy from its secret spot deep in the underwear or sock drawer. If it's not close to the bed, it's not a good place to store your toys. The same goes for lubricant and massage oil. Keep ‘em handy, or plan ahead.

In the bed

By this, I mean in between the mattress and the box spring. This one also surprised me since I'd be concerned about breaking an expensive toy by accidentally smashing it while playing (or sleeping!). However, if you've got less expensive toys -- and not all that many of them -- this method also keeps them handy and close to the bed. While we know some snoops who will take the time to lift up a mattress and look under it, it's far less likely than having them open your dresser drawer.

Keep Them in the Nightstand

This is the number one place people store their toys. It keeps them close by and out of sight. If you have children, this however may be a bad place for them as kids tend to look through drawers for flashlights and other fun things to play with.

Sex toys made out of Silicone

Lifelike with a soft, smooth texture, silicone quickly reaches and retains body temperature, making your sexual experience wonderfully warm and realistic. No hard edges, no snags or imperfections - if you run your fingers over these toys with your eyes closed, you might think you're touching skin. Silicone also cleans up pretty well; it's non-porous, so you can easily wash your toys with soap and water without having to worry about having an allergic reaction. Because you can boil silicone, toys made from this material can be fully sterilized and are safe to share. Just make sure you clean them thoroughly between uses. In addition to being durable, silicone toys are nearly hypo allergenic; very rarely do people experience allergic reactions to them. The only drawback to this wonder-material is the price - because silicone toys are hand-cast, they can cost significantly more than their rubber or jelly cousins. If you're looking for a high-quality, realistic toy that will last a long time, silicone is a good way to go.

The History

Finding a detailed history of human sexuality is a difficult task. Foucault's History of Sexuality makes a valiant attempt, but it goes no further than the Victorian era. Finding a detailed history of self-pleasure toys, meanwhile, is next to impossible. One thing is clear: toys intended to give sexual pleasure have been around for thousands of years.

The first documented use of a dildo comes from Ancient Greece, where merchants sold something called an olisbos. Fashioned from stone, leather, or in some cases wood, the olisbos became a tool bought primarily by single women - or so the cultural evidence would have us believe. To call into question such a conclusion is only natural, as the same general impression (that dildo ownership is the domain of single women) persists today. But we now know that dildos are enjoyed by people of both sexes, from all walks of life. In the last 30 years these toys have experienced a renaissance, of sorts. Unfortunately, the seventies saw the proliferation of substandard products with a generally sexist tone to their marketing.

In a society where sexual pleasure and guilt are associated, it's not surprising that such toys have gotten a bad rap just for being themselves. It goes without saying that they are best enjoyed with no guilt attached. They require no justification; these toys give pleasure for pleasure's sake. They offer us a unique opportunity to explore our bodies in new and exciting ways. You'll no doubt discover more about sexual desire and probably discover a few new erogenous zones as well.