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Bijoux Indiscrets has created a silky soft surprise for everyone that wants to dare into the world of soft bondage in a sophisticated way. These two ribbons offer endless possibilities to try new soft bondage games. Perfect if you want to explore a new adventure without the heavy and firm materials other bondage toys are made of.
Feel a different sense of freedom while you’re bound in these cuffs. Just loop the end of the ribbon through the hole and you’ll have strong handcuffs you can’t escape from. You can tie them together around your wrists for a more classic feel or tie each end to your bed frame for exciting possibilities. Don’t stop there, lover, you can handcuff ankles, too. Who says handcuffs are only for wrists?
Trust your partner to deliver unique kinds of pleasure while you give in to the feeling of being tied. There’s a sultry sense of freedom that comes with being bound in the Bijoux Indiscrets Silky Sexy Handcuffs.
- Satin ribbon handcuffs
- Velvet print
- Soft to touch
- Sophisticated design
- 10.8 inch - 276 mm
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.