Sex Toys for Him and Her: Thank God for Technology

Technology has made some exciting strides in the realm of sex toys. Toys aren’t just for women; there are plenty of options out there for men as well, and they’ve gone a long way from the “pocket pussy” (not that there’s anything wrong with that old stand-by!). Frequent ejaculation is believed to be a component of good penis health, and masturbation is a great way for a man to get to know his body. Not to mention, it’s one of the more enjoyable activities in the world. Learning about the amazing options out there can help a man expand his masturbatory horizons, and his lady’s, too.

Autoblow 2

As the name suggests, the Autoblow 2 is designed to simulate the feeling of oral sex. It has a sleeve in which the penis is inserted, and two rows of rollers that move up and down the penis via motor power. The sleeve is easy to wash. It is recommended that men use a water-based lube with the toy. The Autoblow 2 runs upwards of $159.00, but for a hands-free solo-based simulated blow job, that’s not likely too steep for many men.

Lovely

The Lovely is a wearable device for the penis that serves many functions. First, it vibrates, which is a pleasurable experience whether with a partner or on one’s own. But where the real technology comes in is with the Lovely App; the device records data, including thrusting G-force, speed and sex positions, and sends this information to an app that men can use to analyze their performance. Partners can participate in this process as well. Along with vibrating and giving performance information, the app makes suggestions for new positions to try. Finally, it counts how many calories a man burns during his romp.

Lovely’s creators launched an IndieGoGo campaign to fund the product, but the campaign fell short. However, the creators are continuing to gather investors, so men should keep their eyes out for this fun device.

OhMiBod blueMotion

This funky toy allows couples to get frisky in public, adding a whole new level to foreplay. The man uses an Android or iPhone app to control the vibrator from up to 30 feet away, and the toy can be worn by a woman wherever she goes (it comes with a thong that contains a pocket for the vibrator). This opens up some options for couples with a naughty streak – the man can surprise the woman with a pulse here or there while they’re out on the town, or send her on a prolonged journey to orgasm unexpectedly from another room. Discuss boundaries with partners.

These are but a few of the many options out there for playful men, and, with ever-advancing technology, the market can only be expected to grow more innovative and titillating.

As men incorporate new toys into the mix, they may find themselves spending a bit more time than before using their members. It’s important to practice good hygiene and take extra care of the skin to prevent chafing and dryness.

Along with thoroughly washing all sex toys with mild cleanser and using plenty of lube, men may also want to invest in a penis health creme (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil). A crème with Shea butter and vitamin E provides superior moisture to protect skin from the frictions of the day and night, helping keep it soft, smooth and ready for the next romp, be it with a hand, toy or partner. Man1 Man Oil also contains acetyl L-carnitine, which has neuroprotective properties; this is important, as frequent and/or rough handling can lead to a deadening of penile nerves and therefore of pleasure over time. Keep the penis in top form with a penis health crème to ensure that those sex toys stay enjoyable for the long-haul.

Is Sex After 50 Good For the Health Or Not?

There is this salient question that runs through the mind of every young woman while thinking about the older and their relationships. That question comes in different ways; do women of 50 and above still have sex? If they do, do they still enjoy it? At what age does one stop having sex? Is sex after 50 good for the health

This questions, which come in different forms has generated a lot of silent concern. Ridiculously, some see the subject of sex after 50 as a taboo based on cultural or religious orientation. Perhaps, a man who makes advancement towards his wife at that age should be considered a ‘he goat’. Pretending to be saints, some older men feel ashamed to ask their wifes for sex simply because he is traditionally expected to be either tired of sex or retired from sex. This explains why couples have a common room during their hay days but after menopause, they part to different rooms; a traditional norm that has no scientific undertone.

If I may ask; what does sex after 50 make you think about? About being older, losing interest and leaving sex behind? Or about a vital, vibrant sexual relationship and experience? According to a landmark national survey conducted by the National Council on the Aging (NCOA) USA on men and women of 60 and above in America, the truth is refreshingly positive. Sex after 60 is alive and well just like today’s older Americans testified.

In the survey conducted on a large number of older Americans, detailed questions about their sincere views on, and mature experience were asked; How often do they have sex? Do they want to have more? Is is still satisfying and important? And how has aging affected their ability to have sex?

The results of this survey may somewhat beats your imagination. One of the most dramatic findings of the National Council On The Aging survey; NCOA is that older Americans of all ages are still having sex. The summary of the survey shows that sexual relationship is still feasible after 50.

However, through clinical practice and close interaction with men and women, it has been discovered that the subject of sex in under developed countries is the most private subject and usually associated with lies. An impotent man would be excitedly telling his friends that he had 10 rounds of explosive sexual activity with his wife the previous night whereas in the actual sense, they quarreled 10 times due to the man’s inability to perform. Except on medical grounds, the last truth an average unenlightened woman would tell you is her sexual experience with her husband.

Therefore, in analyzing the subject of sex after 50, it is imperative for you to note this anchor statement: No Two Marriages Are The Same After 50. People almost always tell the good side of their life while the ugly aspects remain their personal history. Therefore, it is very misleading for you to set your house on fire based on another’s unfounded stories. Discover the good elements in your relationship and allow the satisfaction of them overrules the ugly aspects, which are common to all men.

Prostate Problems Or Sex Disease?

It surprises a lot of people suffering from prostate problems to find out their pain has nothing to do with the gland whatsoever. And, it also surprises others who think they have a venereal disease only to find out there’s a prostate issue going on.

That might sound amusing to some people.

But it’s actually pretty serious.

Not only for diagnosing the right condition (so you can get the right treatment if you have prostate problems).

But also for saving your marriage!

Here’s what I mean:

A while back there was a guy who was suffering from what he thought was a venereal disease. He was even told this by a doctor and was so convinced he had the disease he figured his wife was actually cheating on him.

What happened?

After dropping close to a hundred dollars on medicine specifically for treating gonorrhea and syphilis, his condition saw no improvement whatsoever.

In fact, it even started getting worse!

So he did what any half way intelligent guy would do… and got a second opinion (this time from a doctor that knew what he was doing.) And the first thing this doctor did was check his prostate.

And sure enough, they found out he didn’t have VD, he had prostatitis.

Yes, the two diseases DO have similar symptoms.

And that’s why you have to always remember these two things:

One, never only accept a first opinion from a doctor (as obviously not all are exactly on the ball).

And two, if you have any symptoms of prostate problems, make sure you get tested for that (even if you think it’s VD or something else). It’s the only way to be sure. And it can save you a lot of time and money (and maybe even your marriage).