BY Elizabeth Ollero
on Nov 25, 2015
Today, ladies and gentlemen, I’m introducing you to the Eroscillator. It kind of looks like a toothbrush.
I was sent the Eroscillator base, which looks like a time capsule, and seven heads to choose from. Seven! There’s the Golden Spoon, the G-Point, the Ultra Soft Finger Tip, the Seven Pearls of the Orient, the French Legionnaire’s Moustache, the Cup & Ball, and the Grapes & Cockscomb. Not only did I get the vibrator, but it came with a DVD, too! I think it was filmed in the ‘90s. As the short clip told me, “Ordinary vibrators pound. The Eroscillator moves side to side. Read More
BY Anna Bella
on Nov 20, 2015
It’s 11 a.m. and I can hear spanking. Somebody’s happy, I think to myself, then mentally pinpoint the floor (third), the bedroom (the sound designer’s), and the lover (his girlfriend). Curiosity quenched, I turn my mind back to writing. It’s morning at Hacienda Villa, and approximately 15 percent of the residents are fucking.
I’m a founding member of this sex-positive intentional community, established in 2014 and housed in a gut-renovated brownstone in Bushwick, Brooklyn. Read More
Having a vagina in tow on this journey called life can mean that you pay quite a bit more for day-to-day living, no matter the country you live in. With tampon taxes and pay gaps making national news, Buddy Loans, a British loan company, added up just how much more money it costs to be a vagina owner. Unsurprisingly, many of the things that cost women in the U.K. extra transfer pretty indiscriminately to the women in the States. Let’s do the math:
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BY BUST Magazine
on Nov 04, 2015
Hey, New Yorkers and Seattleites—you’ll never guess what your neighbors have been up to—dreaming up sex toys to make your intimate life more fun! Check out some of these stimulating inventions by local entrepreneurs.
Dame Products, Brooklyn, makers of the Eva Vibrator. Dame Products was founded by smart women with the mission of making the world a happier place one vagina at a time!
New York Toy Collective, New York, makers of Shilo Dildo. Read More
BY BUST Magazine
on Oct 30, 2015
Q: I’m an older woman (just north of 50) and, after years of being celibate, I have found myself interested in BDSM. I tried for a very long time to convince myself that I didn’t want a single shred of kink in my life, and very nearly succeeded. Circumstances in my life also made it difficult to focus on anything like a relationship, never mind one that would involve kink. I don’t want a Story of O relationship, and I don’t want to rush into too much, too soon. I want to meet other kinky people, make friends, and find someone who can show me the ropes, so to speak. Read More