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There’s something so tempting with exploring things in the dark. Sexy things. Bijoux Indiscrets Shhh Blindfold majored in sexy. This sultry black satin blindfold is luxurious against the skin and will heat things up between you and your partner. All you need to do is put it on and the magic begins.
Sensory scientists proved that when your eyes are covered, all the other senses are heightened. Your skin will tingle with every touch, your mouth will water with every movement, and your body will go into overdrive with all the sensations you’re feeling. All of this is one Shhh Blindfold away.
How do you use it? Well darling, your imagination is your limit. Cover your partner’s eyes and feed them while you whisper sweet nothings in their ear. That’s just one of the limitless possibilities you can achieve with the Shhh Blindfold. Let your creativity run wild and let your passion lead the way.
- Satin with velvet
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The Big O stands for orgasm, but it might as well be the hormone oxytocin. It’s known as the “cuddle hormone” for when you snuggle up with another person. Plus, you get a heady dose of dopamine, the feel-good hormone that makes you crave more.
There are many ways, but it all boils down to two things: knowing what you want and communicating it to your partner. Don’t be afraid to explore your sexuality and what makes you feel good. And let your man know what you found out—now that’s sexy!
Many would try to dictate how long sex should last for it to be great, but really, there’s no hard and fast rule to this. Whether you’ve just had a quickie or you were up all night, what matters more is if the experience was pleasurable for you.
Kegel exercises could tighten your pelvic floor muscles, which wrap around your reproductive system. This can help improve your sexual performance, among many other health benefits. They’re also best practiced with Kegel balls!
If you’re asking this question, that alone should be cause for alarm, because sex shouldn’t hurt. Applying lube before penetration might help soothe the pain, especially when your vagina doesn’t self-lubricate as much. But if the symptom persists, consult a doctor.