Reviewing Lelo’s Upgrade to SenseMotion
With Tiani 2, Oden 2 and Lyla 2 feature all the same benefits that made the original SenseMotion Insignia collection such a success, but now come with additional performance upgrades that promise even more unforgettable experiences to be shared between partners.
The SenseMotion™ Insignia Design Editions boast 50% more vibration strength alongside a 3 times wider wireless range, meaning couples can turn on more varied pleasures than ever before– and the new features don’t stop there.
Tiani™ 2 Design Edition is the upgraded version of the Red Dot award-winning couples’ massager, designed for women to wear when making love.
LELO’s unique SenseMotion™ technology allows users to control sensations during lovemaking through movements of a remote; while all-new enhancements including the 50% more powerful motor and 3X greater wireless range increase possibilities still further.
Fully waterproof for easy cleaning or use in the bath or shower, Tiani™ 2 can now be controlled with or without the remote and comes with a new full-feeling attachment that offers extra-targeted pleasures, bringing increased stimulation and total control to even the most adventurous positions.
Oden™ 2: The fully-waterproof and rechargeable design now also offers the option to play without remote and comes with a new additional closed-ring attachment of flexible silicone, to offer increased presence and stamina for him and intense pleasures for her.
Lyla™ 2 Design Edition is based on the original SenseMotion™ Lyla™ and features the same pioneering SenseMotion™ technology. Lyla™ 2 boasts new enhancements including
- 3X greater wireless range and 50% more vibration intensity.
- Worn internally or enjoyed externally
Lyla™ 2 can be controlled via simple movements applied to its ultra-discreet wireless controller, for a new way to share pleasure both indoors and out.
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There are so many ingredients in sex toys and lubricants that we felt we should have a location for you to look up information about ingredients you should avoid.
All these links go to the EWG Skin Deep Cosmetic Safety Database
BHT (Butylated Hydroxytoluene)
Parabens (Butylparaben, Ethylparaben, Methylparaben, Propylparaben)
Citrus Grandis (Grapefruit) Seed Extract
Diazolidinyl Ureas (Imidiazolidinyl Urea)
Condoms and You
We understand that birth control is a subject that changes across Christianity. SinFreeToys.com understands the advocacy for abstinence, however, we feel that education on Condom use could help those Christians who find themselves abstaining from abstinence. Condoms, even in a relationship with your partner, can not only prevent unwanted pregnancy but can also prevent the transmission of sexual related diseases like AIDS.
We appreciate that many of you may already know how to use a condom and how they work, but a refresher course is never a bad idea to tune up your methods. Did you know that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration now recommends that you use a personal lubricant with condoms to help prevent tears and breaks. Lubricants also increase the effectiveness of female condoms. With this recommendation, using the right lubricant is crucial because not all are latex friendly.. We’ll get into that and some proper techniques below.
Male Condom Use
- The very first rule for male condom use is to be diligent about opening the package. NEVER tear the condom open with your teeth, sharp objects or even your fingernails. The potential to tear the condom is huge. Be gentle and tear from one corner to the end.
- Most modern condoms have a reservoir tip that you can pinch with your fingers.If there isn’t one, pinch the tip of the condom with your fingers and place the condom over an erect penis. Once the condom is on the tip of the penis, roll the entire condom down the full length of the shaft.
- Never pull the condom down and push your penis inside of it. You can easily tear the condom, defeating its one sole purpose. If you are uncircumcised, pull the foreskin back first
- Always remove your penis from your partner before your penis is flaccid as the condom can slip off. Hold the condom in place at the rim to avoid any spilling of that baby making juice.
- Being sly about throwing a condom away is an art. Don’t be a jerk and just fling it where-ever. This isn’t a hazmat situation but please, don’t just toss it on the floor or night stand. Get up and wrap it in toilet paper and throw it in the trashcan. Your partner would much rather see something that looks like a booger rag in the trashcan than a loose used condom, if you want any shot of coming back. You might want to wash your hands as well to get the lubricants off.
Its that easy. These simple steps and a dollar or two can save you a fortune in either child care or medical care and I dont have an article for changing diapers….on a baby.
Female Condom Use
- The very first rule for female condom use is to be diligent about opening the package. NEVER tear the condom open with your teeth, sharp objects or even your fingernails. The potential to tear the condom is huge. Be gentle and tear from one corner to the end.
- When you are ready to insert your condom try and sit, lie down, or raise a leg so that you are comfortable and are balanced.
- Hold the interior ring and squeeze and it will become long and narrow. Once it reaches this shape, insert it into your vagina. Push the ring as far as it will go.
- The outer ring remains on the outside of the vagina.
- Its best to help your partner when using a female condom. Using plenty of lubricants will help keep the condom in place, so guide your partner into the vaginal area.
- Without getting obscene, you now have a little reservoir of your partners fluid; don’t stand up. Remove the condom first by squeezing the ring and pulling it out of your vagina.
- Being sly about throwing a condom away is an art. Don’t be gross and just fling it where-ever. This isn’t a hazmat situation but please, don’t just toss it on the floor or night stand. Get up and wrap it in toilet paper and throw it in the trashcan. Your partner would much rather see something that looks like a booger rag in the trashcan than a loose used condom, especially if you want any shot of coming back for a repeat interlude. You might want to wash your hands as well to get the lubricants off.
- Use water-based or silicone lubricants with your latex condoms. Oil-based lubricants damage latex condoms.
- Check your lubricant to see if it is “latex” friendly. The bottle should say. If it contains any oil, you should not use it. Baby Oil is a prime example of what not to use.
- Store condoms in a cool, dry place. Overheated condoms, ones left in your car on a hot day, can make them brittle and dry out. Never keep them in your pocket (sharp objects make holes), glove box/car (heat) or by a window.
- Check expiration dates. Condoms have a shelf life and will expire!
- Use a condom only once.
- DO NOT use condoms with Nonoxynol 9. Recently, this spermicide has popular allergic reactions. An allergic reaction could cause a skin fissure open to the transmission of HIV and other STD’s
- Don’t use a condom if it sticks to your finger, is dry and brittle, or the package has been damaged.
- Flavored condoms are meant for oral sex ONLY. They will not assist you with sexual penetration other than Oral.
The biggest rule… BE SAFE and HAVE FUN!
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With Spring here, its time to talk shower. Did you know that majority of couples have sex in the shower, often? The shower is a great way to get close to your partner not only by being naked next to them but by enjoying all the fun that comes with a shower/bath. Washing your partner from head to toe is a great way to stimulate the senses and awaken sexual desires within. Using products that are fragrant and rich with pheromones like System Jo’s product line DONA can stimulate all kinds of creative ways in that little space.
The full line of aromatherapy and sensuality bath products from System Jo is a 5 step process that gets you from the shower to the bed all while encouraging bonding and personal time with your partner. We recommend their products and following the full line. Now is a good time to check out our inventory as all Bed and Bath products are 30% off!
Another way to encourage fun times in the shower is to use bathroom utilities that help keep your fun safe and encourage exploration. Items like suction cup handle bars , no slip knee pads, and Wall Steps keep your fun exciting and safe. Safety locking products help you keep grip on your partner and the wall.
We also can not go without mentioning our FAVORITE bath time fun from Big Teaze Toys. Big Teaze Toys has a great selection of vibrators and personal massagers but this store manager’s favorite is the I Rub My Duckie personal massagers.
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Happy Spring Time Everyone! Hurry up and enjoy those April Showers!
How can you be a christian and still be sizzling hot in bed?
God gave Christians the gift of marriage and pleasurable bodies. Why should we feel that the two should not co-exist. Why should we fear pleasure if we have no Lust for anyone other than our partner? I can’t find the reason. I search and search and the more I find, the more I realize that we need to not only be OK with sex in our Christian Marriages, but be OK with smoking hot sex in our Christian Marriage!
Lets focus on two main themes to help unlock that key that makes one hot tango in the marriage bed and strengthens your marriage bed. Let’s answer the questions; Do You Help Your Partner to be Pleased? and Do you help your Partner Please you?
Do You Help Your Partner to be Pleased?
Learning how to be an exciting Christian partner in any sexual intimate time with your significant other is realizing that it is OK to have sex. Seems simple to me and maybe to most, but you would be surprised how many Christians don’t know that. Grasping that bible teaches that God wishes you to please your partner seems hard to most. Don’t be afraid that God is watching. God gets Skinomax too. Once you are comfortable with this notion as a Christian partner, you can become comfortable in the bed. Check out our Article about God’s words on Sex
Let’s keep in mind our confines for sex;
fornication/unmarried sex (Galatians 5:19, 1 Corinthians 7:2 & 36)
adultery (Exodus 20:14, Matthew 5:27)
bestiality (Leviticus 18:23 & 20:15-16)
prostitution (Leviticus 19:29, Deuteronomy 23:17, Proverbs 23:27, 1 Corinthians 6:15-16)
- incest (Leviticus 18:6)
Now that we know what we cant do, the performance of your bed is the only thing stopping you now! Be sure to openly discuss sex with your partner. Asking your partner if there is anything they want that you haven’t done is a good way to open a discussion on what your personal confines are. Do they want oral sex? Does your partner want you in different positions? Does your partner want you to wear lingerie? You can ask any of these as start questions to deeper discussions.
One of the best ways, and easiest ways, you can turn up the fun dial in your bedroom is to wear something tantalizing. Either a nice pair of boxers or a beautiful teddy; either of these items will grab your partners attention. Honestly, nothing say’s “Its On” like a garter belt and a Bustier. Start with these little changes. No one says you have to bust out the Rabbit Vibrator on the first uptick of the sex dial. The more comfortable you are and the more you let on that you are open to your partners needs and ideas, the easier it will be to change things up and put sex on volume 11.
Remember that everything must remain positive in the bedroom. Your partner must receive positive feedback for his desires. If they are simply repulsive to you, puking is probably not the best option. Responding with “I’m not sure I’m comfortable with that” will keep the discussion going. As we grow older, our partners libido’s may also grow older. Remember to be sensitive to this. This might be a good time as well to introduce changes so you can continue to please your partner.
Do you help your Partner Please you?
One of the things many Christan partners don’t realize is that many people love to please! That’s right! In your bed, if you are not responding or letting your partner know that things are going in either a good or bad direction, you may never get the potential pleasure they are capable of giving! Don’t fake it, cause lying will not look good to St. Peter, but give “pleasured signs” while in the act of intimacy. Don’t be afraid to let your partner know that whats going on is not working for you. The more you change and explore, the higher your sex dial goes.
The true secret or key to a Sizzling Christian Bed; Communication and Assistance with your Christian Partner.
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You may also want to read our article on Dr. Veronica’s Blog Titled “Misconceptions About Sex“