Lubrication is extremely important, not only for pleasure and comfort, but because lube provides a valuable service when used in conjunction with a condom.
Sure, no one will get pregnant from giving or getting fellatio, but did you know you can still get plenty of STDs from unprotected oral sex?
We all know how fantastic lubricants feel during sex and masturbation. But, were you aware that there are many non-sexual and alternative uses for lube in your daily life?
We know that silicone lube is not safe for toys which are not 100% silicone (but have some silicone in them), but what about other devices?
I’m not normally one who falls for all the big health crazes. But I admit, as someone with dry and sensitive skin, I am all about coconut oil lately. I put it in my hair, on my skin, and I’ve even started using it as lube.
There can be a lot of crazy crap in your personal lubricant. So how do you know what it is? We’ve compiled a glossary of lube ingredients that we see over and over again.
For me, thinking about Spring Break hook ups can conjure up many a notion, but none so much so as having safer sex while underwater.
Like trying to pick up a wet watermelon seed, grappling with a lubed-up opponent is an extremely comical challenge, as the sheer viciousness of lube makes it nearly impossible to remain standing.
When you think about safe sex, mint may not be the first thing that comes to mind. But, once you notice a pervasive pattern of mint as a common ingredient in safe sex products, it makes you stop and wonder- just what are the many beneficial effects of mint?