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How To Properly Clean A Vibrator To Avoid Bacteria & Infections

Avoid nasty bacteria, yeast infections, and STIs by properly cleaning your vibrator before and after every use, between partners, or orifices.
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Castor Oil As Lube Or For Anal Sex: Is It Safe?

Whether or not using castor oil is a safe choice to use as a personal lubricant depends on your personal circumstances and what you’re using it for.
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Where To Buy A Vibrator Online Or In Person

You can buy a vibrator online from vendors like Adam & Eve, or in-person at a local store like Target, CVS, or even Urban Outfitters.
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Can You Use Shaving Cream As Lube, Or For Anal Sex?

Ths simple answer is NO — it is not safe to use shaving cream, shaving gels, or even shaving soaps and lotions as a personal lubricant for many reasons.
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What Does A Vibrator Feel Like And Why Does It Feel So Good?

Discover what type of sensations vibrators create, what they feel like, and why they feel so good.
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Do You Have To Be 18 To Buy A Vibrator?

No — there is no federal law that prohibits the purchase of sex toys at any age, however, local jurisdictions may have limitations in place.
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Wet Platinum: Our Top-Rated Lightweight Silicone Lube

Wet Platinum Silicone Lubricant’s lightweight texture mimics your body’s own lubrication, won’t dry out, and is perfect for long-lasting vaginal and anal sex.
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Using A Vibrator For The First Time: Everything You Need To Know

Using a vibrator for the first time doesn’t have to be intimidating. Discover how to choose the right one for you and how to use it solo or with your partner.
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Can You Use Cum As Lube, Or For Anal Sex?

If you’re not concerned about unintended pregnancy or STIs, cum can be a safe lube alternative — but it might not be the best choice for many reasons.
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