The Ultimate Guide to Oral Sex: How to Go Down on a Woman & Blow Her Mind
You may have heard the (all too common and terrible) advice that you should spell the “ABCs” out while going down on a woman to make sure you’re hitting the right spots. If you’ve done that, please stop now — it does. not. work.
Instead of engaging in a spelling bee durin…[Read more]
What is the G-Spot?—Actual Science & Practical Tips
After my unexpectedly popular article on if vibrators make it harder to orgasm during sex, I figure I should continue to address other popular questions I’ve encountered in the course of my role at Lioness and the research I’ve come across on them.
Today, I’m going to address a more fraught t…[Read more]
5 easy tips to clean your sex toys
You’ve got your new vibrator and you’re ready to roll — but hang on a second! Before you become better acquainted with your new toy, check out these tips to keep them (and you) clean, happy, and healthy.
As someone who makes smart vibrators for a living, I can share some of the best and easiest ways to keep…[Read more]
I Had the Best Orgasm with Weed Lube and I Have Data to Prove It.
Okay, people. I’m breezing right past the acquaintance phase between us because I have to show all of you the best and longest orgasm I’ve ever had thanks to the Foria cannabis lube.
Although building a company can be very stressful, building a smart vibrator company has its org…[Read more]
How to Choose The Right Sex Club For You: First-timers, Couples, Singles
Sex clubs. Pretty straight forward, right? A place for people who want to have sex openly, exploring their own sexual boundaries in a safe space. In theory, yes. But what is sexy to one person isn’t necessarily what is sexy for all. The same is true for sex clubs.
Sex, and…[Read more]
I Measured my Orgasm to see if Suction Vibrators are Actually Better
If you’re reading sex toy news every day like I normally am (business as usual, I suppose), you’ve probably been hearing all the rage lately about these suction-based clitoral stimulators like Lelo Sona, Womanizer, and Satisfyer Pro. They claim to be a new type of female mas…[Read more]
A practical guide to weed lube
So, you read about cannabis-infused lubes and CBD lubes (including our own review, with orgasm data, using the Lioness Smart Vibrator!) and their magical effect on sex. So… is this for real?
Will weed lube make me high? Where do I find it? What’s the difference between weed and CBD lube? And is cannabis lube safe…[Read more]
Vaginal vs. Clitoral Orgasms—Science, History, & Practice
This is one of the questions I get the most. It’s also the question I least wanted to write about. Why? Well, the topic is burdened by the weight of history, both sociological / moral in nature and from conflicting terminology over time. It’s hard to do a truly neutral, medical analysis o…[Read more]
How to masturbate — 5 tips and techniques
Masturbation—and sex—are as much an art as they are a science. There are biological and psychological forces at play, which we are able to explore extensively with Lioness Smart Vibrator, but when it comes down to it… everyone’s bodies and preferences are different, and we all have had different exper…[Read more]
A practical guide to choosing a clit or pussy pump
A clitoris pump (also colloquially known as a clit pump, pussy pump, or clit sucking toys) is a device that you place over your clitoris (and sometimes vulva) that provides clitoral stimulation via a cunnilingus-like sensation. Its purpose is to enhance sexual arousal and pleasure, add additional…[Read more]
7 Best Lesbian Sex Positions to Elevate Your Sex Life
Lesbians have great sex, and we have the data to prove it. Research published in the journal Archives of Sexual Nature found that while straight people have sex more often, lesbians report having far more orgasms — 86 percent of the time — compared to their heterosexual counterparts, who org…[Read more]
How to hide your sex toys from others while still being easy-to-find for you
Are you starting to accumulate a sex toy collection and don’t know where to put them all when you’re not using them? Or are you trying to deliberately keep them away from the prying eyes of relatives, roommates, kids, or pets? Or are some of them fancy like the Lio…[Read more]
Want to Try Pegging? A Beginner’s Complete Guide for You and Your Partner
TJ, a 35-year-old, confidently heterosexual man, felt secure in his two-year relationship with his girlfriend. But he was keeping a secret: he’d begun to experiment with anal sex, and he wanted his partner to join him.
“I had trouble asking for it at first, and still do,…[Read more]
5 best coconut oils you can use as sex lubricants
Coconut oil is all the rage these days. You can get it at most grocery stores, you can get it in giant tubs, and you can use it for everything from cooking to skin moisturizer to hair conditioner. So why not use it for sex, too?
Is coconut oil safe to use as lube?
Yes, and no. It depends—read o…[Read more]
The Ultimate List for the BEST Anal Lubes
I’ve scoured the internet and every adult shop in my area to bring you the ULTIMATE and UP-TO-DATE 2018 list for the best lubes for anal sex.
Whether you’re preparing to try anal sex with a partner or a sex toy (or even exploring anal play with the the Lioness Smart Vibrator) for the first time or you…[Read more]
Best 5 Ideas For How To Use A Smart Vibrators For The First Time
Advice from a sex toy designer
You’ll never forget your firsts. First crush, first lover, first vibrator. All of them can be extremely confusing to navigate. If you have questions about navigating love, I don’t think I’m your gal… but as someone who makes smart vibrators for a liv…[Read more]
The ultimate sex furniture guide to amp up your sex life
What is sex furniture?
As someone who makes smart vibrators for a living, I learn about all sorts of products that exist to enhance our sexual pleasure. Sex furniture is an amazing way to do just that — and they come in all shapes, sizes for whether you live in a studio apartment or a M…[Read more]
Is my vulva normal? Anatomy, variation, and pictures
Between pornography and media portrayals of scantily-clad women, there is a stereotype of what a vulva should look like. Hairless, neat, tiny, and nearly invisible.
Not coincidentally, with the rise of this conception of normal, labiaplasty in the US has increased by whopping 217.3% between…[Read more]
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