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Nine places to use a remote vibrator (other than your home)

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Apr 18, 2021

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Having a good orgasm can make a long, hectic day at work somewhat better. Thanks to advancements in sex tech, there are all sorts of affordable sex toys to choose from, that are both easy to operate and exciting to use.

The global pandemic and the lockdowns it led to have certainly taken their toll on us, both physically and mentally. Attention to self-care became non-negotiable, and it’s about time that it did. If you are having frequent stressful days, a pocket-sized remote control vibrator like Lush 2 might well be the solution to your problems, one that you can use anywhere, anytime.

When we say anywhere, we literally mean anywhere! To give you a better idea, we have compiled a list of places where you can use and thoroughly enjoy your remote control vibrator.

Home sweet home

Without a doubt, the most relaxing and peaceful place to try out your sex toys is your room, your bed, your couch—basically any place in your home. Whether you are alone or with your lover, if you own a phone-controlled vibrator, having amazing orgasms becomes not only a whole lot easier, but a whole lot more fun, too.

You won’t get the same level of privacy or comfort that you get in your own humble abode, so stay home if you do not wish to worry about someone watching you, which can be distracting to the task for obvious reasons.

At the park

If you’re a shy girl, you might already be wondering if a park would be a good idea. Well, it totally is! Going outdoors with your lover, or even alone, with one of those small-size vibrators can be quite exciting. Of course, initially you might concern yourself over what you’re doing in a public space, with the potential to be noticed fulfilling your kinky desires. However, if you stay discreet about it, then chances are no one will ever know what you are up to.

At a cinema

A lot of us like to get sexy in bed with our partner while we’re watching a movie within the comforts of our own homes, but guess what, you can get kinky while watching a movie at the cinema, too.

Although most of the world remains under lockdown restrictions, what’s stopping us from dreaming of what could be when our local movie theatres open up again? Try taking a remote control vibrator along with you when they do, choose your movie accordingly and time your play right—whenever there is an intense scene with louder sound, turn up the level of vibrations. Thank us later.

In the car

Those long drives with your partner can be romantic and fun, but if you add a vibrator or even a dildo into the mix, it’s just sexy!

If you and your lover like getting naughty in the car, then we suggest finding a sweet, quiet spot in your area and park your car, please don’t attempt to drive at the same time! Other than the safety hazard, the other thing about a parked car is you have nothing else to worry about, and can solely focus on lovemaking in a new location. Why not extend the journey, and have actual sex in the backseat once you’ve had your fun with the sex toys?

At a game

You may not believe it, but this is a safe bet when it comes to going unnoticed while having an orgasm at a rugby match, a basketball or a baseball game. No matter how crowded it is (in fact the more crowded the better), the surrounding loud cheers give you enough of a disguise, and everyone is watching the game. It’s a perfect moment and definitely an opportunity worth remembering next time you get tickets.

Be a naughty employee at work

We do not recommend this if you are new to using your sex toys in public spaces. Kinky toys being used at work can certainly land you in some trouble, that being said, the extra risk might make it just that more exciting. Try out one of the wearable options, and whenever you have a stressful meeting or an ass-kicking session with your subordinate, you can retreat to a relaxing moment to release the stress discreetly. Maybe try out the bathroom cubicles first.

At a bar or a cafe

Who said you need to have company each time you go to a bar? A remote control vibrator can be your partner in crime while you enjoy your drinks, and it won’t let you down either. Not just a bar, you can use your vibrator at your favourite coffee shop or a cafe where you might spend some time every day. Find a seat out the way, and watch the world go by with a blissful buzz.

At the beach

The sound of waves mixed with the vibrating patterns of your vibrator is a combination that you really don’t want to miss. Doesn’t matter if you are tanning under the sun almost naked, or if you have your swimsuit on, you can and you should have an amazing orgasm at the beach. Lay front down, no one will notice.

Get naughty while camping

Outdoor trips, solo or not, are refreshing to the body and the soul. Self pleasure can be too, so when you embark on the next camping adventure, add your favourite sex toy to the list. Only the trees around you will hear or see, much like the walls of your own home, so why not take the meaning of wild to a whole new level.

Using a remote vibrator—in a nutshell

To cut a long story short, you can have a peaceful, relaxing moment with your vibrator almost anywhere, anytime. As long as you’re not too loud with your moans or exposing your body too much, you should get away with it. Just stay respectful, and be clever about it.

Remember, you deserve a long juicy orgasm every now and then. It’s a great way to keep you mentally and physically healthy, and it’ll give your confidence a boost too.

Nine places to use a remote vibrator (other than your home)


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Apr 18, 2021

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Sexual simulator versus sex games: is technology making sex more fun?

By Harriet Piercy

Oct 3, 2020

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Now more than ever, thanks to the leaps in technological experiences over the past few years, it’s taking just a click and a whirr of a machine to float our sex lives to new and unchartered heights. There is no shame in a sex game, actually—they can be pretty fun. Unlike real games where someone loses and the other wins, sexual games can have two (or more) winners. Well, you would hope so, anyway. Before you shun the idea of the various external sexual advancers we will soon go into, let’s have a run through the past to remind ourselves of just how much there is to celebrate in our outwardly sexual lives today, shall we?

Imagine how things were only twenty odd years ago. Most homes had a modem or dial up connection, that infuriatingly slow ‘beebaabeee’ sound squealing with the effort to stream out your internet’s display. Watching porn was exasperatingly tedious back then—which presented a challenge, completed by only the very brave people that could go into a store to ask for an adult magazine or rent an X-rated DVD, even if you managed to sneak in a cheeky home mail delivery—most would still feel like they had a ‘I’m doing something very embarrassing’ sign stuck onto their foreheads.

Now, praise be the existence of broadband internet, which is available in developed and undeveloped countries for a fraction of the price it was back then, and means that millions of people have access to porn (yes, among other educational, inspirational and useful information, of course). Because of this, as a global culture we have more or less become pretty used to sex and sexual fantasy being part of life. Thankfully. It is no longer deemed embarrassing or wrong to tell someone that you touch yourself and like it, it’s actually seen as quite healthy.

The sex tech journey

Believe it or not, humans have been using sex toys for an extraordinarily long time, about 28,000 years to give you an idea. However, there have been slight misunderstandings in the modern world that led many of us astray from the core of human sexuality, more specifically the female orgasm.

Many civilisations have known of and invested in, in some way, the importance of sexual pleasure for both genders. This history runs fascinatingly deep, so find a read further when you can. For now, we’re going to go into western medicine, where the female and male’s orgasm was considered necessary for the procreation of children. The idea was based on the fact that all sexual organs were like a man’s, and that the female’s organs were simply ‘inverted’ and the male was in reverse. This led to a part of history many of us are quite familiar with, as it frankly used to legitimse rape—because if a woman could get pregnant even with forced sex, she must have enjoyed it.

In the 1800s it was believed that female sexual tension was ‘hysteria’ or a ‘wandering womb’, a nervous condition that drove women insane and required a pelvic massage to relieve it. To turn a leaf on the story though, this was what led to the invention of the vibrator, even if it did take some time until we started seeing vibrators as more than a remedy.

The 1940s came along and finally the world realised that women masturbated, and the female orgasm was born (publically, anyway). Sweeping through to the 60s, knowledge empowered us—the scientific team Masters and Johnson produced their in-depth studies showing that orgasms reached by vaginal or clitoral stimulation could be reached many, many times. The 2000s crawled along, and now we’re talking! Sexual pleasure for all had firmly established itself. It took us long enough, and it’s safe to say that the dildo has come an incredibly long way since the days of stone and antler horn.

Innovations took us through different materials, textures, shapes. Dildos, kegel balls, vibrators, air blowers, you name it, all in the name of self pleasure! Now, it’s also far more common than not for sex toys to be used with other people.

Sex games and sex simulators for the better

Many are looking to add a little spice to their sex life, be that with the help of a savvy bit of sex tech, through a game that you and your partner bring into your intimate bubble or dressing up into role play, double dares, playing cards. And now, sexual simulations are here to play with us too. This can be seen as a positive or a negative. The fact of the matter is, sexual simulation seems just as pleasurably valid as in person sexual stimulation.

Many porn sites offer crisp and clear quality and varying content, but until recently we’ve been passive viewers. With the rise of VR technology, we don’t necessarily have to feel like we are anymore. VR headsets aren’t exactly mainstream yet but they are easier to get hold of a pair without a hefty price tag. And they’re an excellent choice for many triple-A games out there, but also the X-rated industry.

Technological innovation within the realms of sex is at a defining crossroad for future generations, it’s changing the way we express intimacy and love, and also how we see and relate to ourselves and others. Sex is fundamental, and the collaboration between it and interactive tech, such as being able to watch and move within a porn scene or play in an X-rated game, has birthed what is soon to be the next era of sexual experience, but is it making sex more fun?

Sexual experience is no longer restricted by the limitations of the human body. Other than the good old bare yourselves naked and get to it, which is obviously great, there are also more interactive and external options with your sexual partner: strip poker to start you off, or a sexy truth or dare card pack, or a karma sutra dice—all of these options accelerate the communication between you. They have the potential to build confidence and trust, you become a team playing for the same side, and what more do you want really?

Sexual arousal is a combination of all our senses, a desire driven by what one sees, hears, smells, and feels. Toss a sex toy into the mix, and together you have super powers. It is simply a sensory extension. The idea of which isn’t exactly new either as we now know, but what also came from this was the rise in cybersex, an action developed since even the very first telegraphs were sent, or love messages encoded into Morse code, and hello the internet. Cybersex is still connection, sex-based chats gave us a whole new meaning to anonymous self-expression.

However, the use of the internet and VR products focus on the path to orgasm, which depletes the richness of our sensory palettes. With this being said, it allows us to let loose, release, live out or wildest fantasies—which, if we can detach ourselves from can only lead to a positive when you do have sex in real life, because there are double the senses to be aware of and take advantage of.

With all of this being said, the evolution of sex tech has undoubtably made sex more interesting, and arguably, this has made it more fun too. There is much more to be analysed in all of this, but to leave you with a thought—technological advancements of any kind are not slowing down, so why not take advantage of the benefits it can give? Just like sexual positions evolved over time, it was uncomfortable and potentially scary to suddenly be physically stretched or flipped into places you weren’t used to, and look at it now, it’s fun!

Sexual simulator versus sex games: is technology making sex more fun?


By Harriet Piercy

Oct 3, 2020

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