Condoms, French Letter, Rubbers, Johnny’s, Prophylactic, Love Glove, Cock Sock, Cum Catcher. Whatever you call it is one of the oldest and yet still most popular forms of birth control in the world today.
Did you know that the oldest condoms ever excavated were found in a cesspit located in the grounds of Dudley Castle and were made from animal membrane, the condoms dated back to as early as 1642 however evidence of condoms being used as a form of birth control and STI protection date back to the early 1500’s and there is even some evidence of very early versions of them being used in ancient Greek, Egyptian and Roman civilizations.
More than 5 billion condoms are sold world wide each year and today it is International Condom Day so let’s talk about condoms.
Birth Control and STI protection
The origins of condoms definitely lay in their use as a birth control however there is evidence of them being used in the 1500 to try to combat the spread of Syphilis which has swept across Europe and Asia. However in more modern times they had largely been associated with birth control and until the invention of the female contraceptive pill in the 1960’s were really the only reliable and somewhat acceptable contraception available but then HIV and AIDS was discovered in the early 1980’s and condoms usage become not just about birth control but also about saving lives and the rate of condom usage in the developed world soared.
When it comes to preventing pregnancy when they are used properly and consistently they are 97 percent effective. Condoms that break or slip accounts for the remaining 3 percent. If you don’t use them consistently or correctly then their effectiveness falls to 86%. This means that 14 out of 100 couples using condoms will become pregnant each year.
When it comes to preventing sexually transmitted infections the figures on that are a bit less clear but we do know that when used properly they are hugely successful and preventing the spread of all sorts of infections such as gonorrhea, chlamydia, trichomoniasis, and HIV. Which means that you should always be using a condom unless you are in a fluid bound relationship with a partner where you have both been tested and that neither of you is having sex with anyone else.
Picking A Condom
There are quite literally tons of different options available when it comes to condoms. You can buy ribbed, flavoured, glow in the dark, Extra Large. You get Latex, Polyurethane and animal membrane ones. You can buy ultra thin, second skin, sensitive. You can even get coloured ones. How on earth do you know what is the right one for you? The answer is that you need to try different ones and decide which one you and your partner(s) like the best.
Putting on a Condom
Condoms come wrapped in a square or round foil packet. make sure when you tear the packet open you don’t damage the condom also always makes sure that your condom is not past it’s use by date. If it is, throw it away and buy a new one. Never use an out of date condom.
Experts say you can put a condom on both a soft and hard penis but it is definitely easier to put them on if you are hard. If the man is uncircumcised pull back the foreskin before putting the condom on. Place the rolled condom over the tip of the erect penis. Leave a half-inch (1 cm) of space at the tip to collect semen. Pinch the air out of the tip with one hand while placing it on the penis. Unroll the condom over the penis with the other hand, rolling it all the way down to the base of the penis. Smooth out any air bubbles since they can cause condoms to break.
It is also important that you take off a condom correctly too.First of all the penis should be withdrawn from the body as soon after orgasm is possible and whilst the penis is still hard as that reduces the chances of leakage significantly. Also hold the condom at the base of the penis while pulling out to prevent it being left inside the body. Then remove it from the penis and tie a knot in it to stop it from leaking. Do not flush down the toilet but dispose of it in the bin.
If your condom breaks
Sometimes it happens, the condom splits or even comes off during sex. What you do when that happens really depends on your situation but it is vital that you tell your partner that it has happened so they can decide what precautions they want to take. If you/they are using some other form of birth control as well then pregnancy is not going to be your first worry. If they are not then you might want to think about taking a Morning After Pill. They can be purchased from most chemists in the UK.
When it comes to STI’s you should follow up with your doctor or local Sexual Health Clinic and get a full sexual health check up so you can make sure that you have not got any infections. The earlier most sexually transmitted infections are caught the easier they are too treat.
Did you know that a few drops of lube on the head of the penis before you roll the condom on will allow the inside of the condom to move around on the sensitive head of the penis much like foreskin does. It also helps with friction on the condom on this part of the penis and reduces the risk of the condom breaking. Don’t add too much though as you don’t want it to drip down the shaft of the penis and cause the condom to slip off. You want to the wetness to stay at the head of the condom.
You should also use lube to moisten the outside of the condom to reduce friction for your partner. This is particularly important when it comes to anal sex as unlike the vagina the rectum is not self lubricating but even for vaginal sex lube can help to reduce friction and not only make it feel better but also reduces the risk of tearing and breaking.
Where can I buy them?
You can buy condoms all over the place now. Supermarkets, chemists even your local corner shop but they are not the cheapest option. Our recommendation is to try Freedoms Shop who only sell online but are part of the NHS and therefore sell them a much cheaper price than anywhere else. They have a large selection of different kinds and they ship them off to you in discreet packaging.
But no matter which type you choose, or what reason you choose to use them always remember to wrap that rascal.
So today. 14th January, is STIQ day. The Q stands for question and the idea behind the day is to encourage people to think about the sexual health and encourage people to get check-ups and ask questions about who they can better keep themselves safe and healthy whilst having an active sex life.
Sexually transmitted infections continue to be a major health risk for people and whilst the over all number of reported infections in 2018 fell the rates of Gonorrhoea (a 22% rise) and Syphilis (a 20% rise) have risen from the previous year and in March 2018, the first case of multi-drug resistant gonorrhoea was reported in the U.K. So now is as good a time as any to take a moment and think about your sexual health.
When was the last time you got tested?
Have you had sex with multiple partners since then?
Or maybe your partner has had sex with other people?
Maybe you and your partner have never been tested since you got together?
Unless you are absolutely sure you are in a fluid bound relationship with a single partner and have both been tested since starting that relationship or are not sexually active since your last test then you really should get yourself checked out. It can make all the difference when it comes to treatment as for many of these infections the earlier you catch them the easier it is to treat them and it can also give you peace of mind as hopefully you will discover that you are STI free.
Going for a check up can also give you an excellent opportunity to talk to a medical professional about how you can reduce your risks when it comes to STI’s but also a great time to talk about contraception and any other sexual related questions you might have. It might sound a bit daunting but it really is not, there are NHS STI clinics set up all around the UK that you can go to and they are friendly, welcoming and non-judgemental.
Don’t believe me? Then read about Monika’s recent experience of visiting her local Sexual Health Clinic.
For the past few months everywhere I looked on social media or in the news all I could see were big words shouting at me – Get Tested For STI! It just got stuck in my head and
I knew that I had to do something about it. So me being very curious and having a very deep desire to check my body I decided to actually go and get tested. I initially got an appointment by my GP because I thought that was the best and easiest cause way but I was informed that I didn’t need to do that and the best way was to go to the NHS Sexual Health Clinic which I didn’t need an appointment for and they would see me. So I got the leaflet with the date and I was actually excited about finally going to do this.
I live in Leicester so it was easy to find the clinic where I supposed to have my tests done. The lady at the reception desk was really nice and I felt very comfortable the moment I arrived there. I didn’t have to wait too long so that was a bonus. In my head I had so many questions to ask, as I had few other intimate issues I wanted to solve. After few minutes of waiting I got invited into the room by a really nice lady. Firstly she got my details like name and address, do I have any kids and partner, when was the last time I had
intercourse when was my last period and what contraception do I use – none of the questions made me feel uncomfortable and she was really easy to talk to. I felt comfortable telling her that I didn’t currently use any birth control but I would like to change that and choose the right one for me. She explained to me all the options and I was happy to make another appointment to make it happen. What a relief!
Then it was a time to take the samples for the STI tests. It was a simple swab of my vagina. It took just a couple of minutes and was neither painful or uncomfortable. I was worried that the test would not happen because I was on my period but it didn’t matter. The test can still be done. First STI tests completed! While I’m here I might kill two birds with one stone and do a HIV test! I’ve never done before it so I wasn’t sure what to expect. I went to other room to see different lady who took a blood sample. I got informed that I have to wait 7 to 10 days for the result which was not a big deal at all.
I left the clinic with a peace of mind and a satisfaction that I have finally got tested. It was something that I always wanted to do but never made time for which was not a good thing at all. I really would recommend that you get tested for STI’s. It really was easy and has given me huge peace of mind. People at the clinic were nice and helpful they also answered some of the other questions I had about my body and contraception. It was absolutely worth doing. My advice would be don’t wait or keep putting it off like I did but make the time to do it and you will be happy that you did.
Sadly due to budget cuts in the NHS for some people their Sexual Health Clinic might be a significant distance away. If that happens to be the case for you then check out FreeTest and you might be eligible to have one sent to your home. Also Freedoms Shop who not only sell bargain packs of Condoms but also do a home HIV testing kit that you can order. m
New year, new you?
Versions of this saying are all over the place at the moment as all sorts of companies try to convince you that their product or service is just what you need in 2019. Much of that marketing is about dieting and often comes alongside a message that is basically telling you that you are not good enough because you are not slim enough. On the surface it might all look positive but underneath it is actually really negative.
Here at Godemiche we wanted to make January about something a bit different. Still with a focus on personal well being, just a really positive one. We discovered that January is Self-Love month. No, not like that you naughty lot but in the sense of taking caring of yourself but, well, we sell dildos and have just launched our first ever penis toy and so we decided that January should be all about taking care of yourself. Take a bath, read a book, enjoy a nice meal, make a list of things you want to do this summer, see a friend you have not seen in ages, write a letter to someone, buy some flower and yes get into bed with yourself and enjoy the pleasures of your own body.
As part of self-love month we are renaming January #Wankuary.
Masturbation remains a taboo subject regardless of gender. Just the reasons for it being taboo are different and so we want to encourage a more open and honest conversation about self pleasure. We will be posting a variety of blog posts that we hope will help to provide useful and interesting reading about this subject as well a some sexy masturbation erotic fiction to help you all get in the mood for a bit of self lovin.
Wanking is good for you, not just your body but for your mind as well, it can help you relax and even sleep better and best of all you will be giving a gift to someone you care about, you! So break out the lube and put on some smooth jazz (or whatever tickles your musical taste buds) and treat yourself to all the joys that a wank can bring.
But we would also like to hear from you guys. Do you have a masturbation story to tell? Maybe it is funny, maybe it is sad, maybe it is insanely hot. If you have something you would like to share with us then please do get in touch. You can message us on Twitter or Instagram or else leave a comment on this blog post. If we get enough stories we will put them all together in a post here so you can read them all.
What better way to start your year than with #Wankuary
Ho Ho Ho Merry Christmas!
It is that time of the year again and hopefully you have made a Christmas list and sent it off to Santa but just in case you are planning on buying something fabulously sexy for someone this Christmas we wanted to remind you of our Christmas delivery dates because we don’t want anyone to get up on Christmas morning and not be gifted their fabulous Godemiche toy because the postman didn’t bring it in time
Below are our final order dates depending on where you are in the world if you want to be sure that your package gets to you in time for the festive season.
5th December – Australia, China
10th December – USA, France, Italy, Canada
13th December UK, Germany, Poland, Ireland, Spain
We love colour; Fabulous, attention grabbing, wonderful colour is what we do.
If you think about it colour is very personal, some you like, others you do not and some you absolutely love. We all have our favourites though whether that be the clothes we wear, the colour we paint our homes or the sex toys we buy. Colour can be way of expressing yourself, feelings, tastes, fashion and at Godemiche we have always wanted to give people the biggest, brightest and most creative pot of colours to be choose from.
Every now and then we have an idea that makes us go wow, OMFG this would be amazing! How do we do it? We have to do it! Lets do it! Yes that is a real life Adam conversation.
From a single idea we started experimenting with different colours, pouring them to see if we could replicate the well known camouflage patterns in our silicone dildos. The answer as you will see is yes and from that one single idea these two new fabulous colour collections were born.
The MK Collection
The MK collection is inspired by the traditional military camouflage colours. These distinctive and well known colours blend to form irregular shapes, patterns that are instantly recognizable. There are 5 different colour mixes in this collection.
MK1 DPM – Inspired by one of the oldest and most well-known camouflage colourings it is the traditional mixture of browns and woodland green.
MK2 Woodlands – Inspired by the AOR-2 colours developed by the US Navy the the MK2 Woodlands is a mixture of greens and cream.
MK3 Urban – Inspired by Urban camouflage and its many different iterations, for the MK3 Urban we went with different shades of grey and black.
MK4 Snow – Inspired by the clean and crisp look of the snow camouflage. The MK4 Snow is shades of white through to black.
MK5 Desert – Inspired by the AOR-1 the MK5 desert colour way is packed with different shaded of brown, form a dark coffee to a creamy caramel.
The Colourflage Collection
Colourflage is the like that graffiti covered urban street that is full of character, oozing rebellious vibes.
Love the camouflage patterns but not so keen on the standard colours associated with it? Then this range has been designed just for you as it takes the irregular shapes and unique patterns that is distinctive to camouflage and blends them in your favourite colours. Four shades of each colour to be precise from light to dark, all hand mixed and poured ensuring that each one will be it’s own unique creation
It’s still that amazing camouflage pattern just more colourful and funky!
The Colourflage range comes in a choice of 7 different colours: Red, Pink, Blue, Purple, Yellow, Green, Orange.
We are super proud of this new collection and can’t wait to find out what you all think about it. We would be fibbing if we said we didn’t have out favourites but what we are really interested in is finding out which ones are your favourites?
To celebrate the launch of our two new colour ranges, MK and Colourflage, we are having a massive 24 hour Twitter giveaway and every single one of you is invited. There is a huge pile of prizes to be won over the giveaway period and all you have to do is follow and Retweet using the various hashtags that will change as the giveaway progresses to be in with a chance of winning one of the many voucher codes or one of the toys from our sexy new range.
So how is this going to work?
When each new follower count milestone is reached we will draw the prizes who have entered in that first section and then we will move onto the next section. The more followers the more prizes that get unlocked and you can enter as many times as you like throughout all the different stages.
Over the 24 hour giveaway there is a maximum of 50 £10 gift cards and 8 products to be given away over 5 stages. Each of the five stages are sectioned as new followers and when one has been reached the prize draw will begin with the winners being announced live.
So stage one, the hashtag will be #PinkColourflage and once we reach 250 new followers that will unlock the prizes for that level which are 5 x £10 gift cards and 1 Adam 8 inch Pink Colourflage, then we move straight into stage two and so on.
The five stages are:
Stage one 0 to 250 new followers #Pinkcolourflage – 5 x £10 gift cards, 1 Adam 8inch Pink Colour Colourflage
Stage two 251 to 500 new followers #Purplecolourflage – 5 x £10 gift cards, 1 Adam 8inch Purple Colourflage.
Stage three 501 to 750 new followers #MK1Collection – 10 x £10 gift cards, 1 Adam 8inch MK1
Stage four 751 to 1,000 new followers #MK5Collection – 15 x £10 gift cards, 1 Adam 8 MK5
Stage five 1,000+ new followers #RedColourflage #MK2Collection #BlueColourflage
#GreenColourflage – 15 x £10 gift cards, 4 Adam 8 inch MK2, Red Colourflage, Blue Colourflage, Green Colourflage
Once each stage has been reached a report will be created from that sections hashtag and an online number generator will be used to select winners from that list. All winners must follow @GSilicone and have retweeted a giveaway post. In each draw the products will be awarded first and then the gift-cards
The giveaway will start at 9pm UK time on Thursday 15th November and run until 9pm UK time on Friday 16th November 2018
Terms and Conditions
1. Competition will run from 9pm on Thursday 15th November and run until 9pm on Friday 16th November 2018 (UK time)
2. The competition is open world wide
3. Winner will be drawn at random from the list generated using the hastag for that given period of the giveaway.
4. The winner will be notified on Twitter and will have 1 week to claim their prize.
5. The competition is open to anyone as long as they follow and retweet the hashtag.
6. Entrance can enter all giveaways but a maximum of one gift card and one Adam 8inch can be won by any one person.
7. All winners will be announced on twitter. The winners will be required to contact Godemiche by direct message on twitter or by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) with further information such as delivery address etc.
8. All items will be posted free of charge anywhere in the world, its your responsibility to ensure your country does not consider adult toys as contraband. The items will be sent using standard post, should a winner like the items tracked & signed then a fee of £8 will be charged. This charge is to be paid before the item is sent.
9. The Gift cards are only good on that are not on sale.
10. The follower stages are subject to change during the giveaway as we monitor how numbers go so that we definitely get to give away some of the prizes
I’ve always struggled with belonging. It’s part of what makes me, me, I guess… a constant suspicion that something isn’t right about who I am, or what I’m doing, or even why things happen in my life. Yet a much larger part of me, frankly, doesn’t care how uncomfortable I am and acts in complete defiance of those thoughts.
Understanding womanhood has been no different for me. I am a woman, a beautiful, resilient, strong one, but finding my place in womanhood often comes with challenges, ergo my appearance, my attitude, my strength and career, and an often perilous unwillingness to give up in the pursuit of improvement and happiness.
In the real world, I’m a transgender active duty service member, so I must disclose to you, readers, that the opinions expressed in this article are my own and do not reflect the view of the Department of Defense or the United States government.
As a federal employee, the intent of the proposed transgender memorandum written by the Department of Health and Human Services effect me personally. Despite having changed my gender completely on every legal document discerning of who I am, I’ve become increasingly at risk of losing that identity by a crusade set on seeing me removed. First they came for my career and now they come to erase the possibility of my existence in the first place by removing ‘gender’ from the equation. It’s easier to get rid of something when you kill the roots and all of that.
So, perhaps the most inclusive form of womanhood that I’ve experienced so far has been the consistent attacks against it.
The first time I realized this was in a pretty big way, when my white, male doctor tried to warn me that by taking “women’s hormones”, specifically, as a “man taking women’s hormones”, I’d go crazy, yet, he vocalized that how supportive he was of me being transgender and of me transitioning. He couldn’t explain “how” I’d become more crazy, and finally found a way to vocalize his concern by saying “Well, you know how women are. You’ll be like that.”
It hit me like a slap to the face I guess. I wanted to ‘be like that’, I looked up to women and prayed about being just like them, in every possible way, for so long. His perception of women was that, as a normal, they were crazy. This was just a different way to say that ‘women are hysterical’ by someone who I thought ought know and care more, someone educated and privileged and, in that moment, directly and ideologically in charge of my wellbeing. He didn’t stay my doctor for long after this.
One of the more surreal experiences was the loss of friendships. Coming out wasn’t hard for me, I did it one day during roll call pretty early after the Air Force’s iteration of guidance for transgender service members, and for all intents and purposes, it was a positive experience for me. There was a very small scattering of disparaging comments from some of the more brazen civilian employees, but not a single one of my brothers and sisters made me feel unwelcome, with a bare minimum of inappropriate questions that were handled in a professional, calm manner… that is, until many months later when they felt emboldened.
Twitter has, a lot of the time, brought to me some of the best friendships and joy I’ve had in my only sort of young life. So it came with a lot of sadness when I saw a tweet by my oh so loving elected leader from this favourite social community of mine that I was suddenly and abruptly ‘not welcome, capable, or worth being’ in my career. I was pulled into an office that morning to asked, as all good First Sergeants do, if I was okay and if I could work or needed time off. I could work, but of course I wasn’t okay.
Not all of my once supportive coworkers remained supportive. “Well, of course he’d ban it. If you’re born with a dick you’re a man, why should the taxpayer be responsible for you to cut off your pecker?” was the very first comment I heard about it, said someone I never expected. More of this said differently with the same underlying meaning from increasingly empowered bigots followed and it wasn’t very clear to my supervision how to handle it, except from my section lead, who put an immediate stop to any and all comments once she overheard an argument from someone who supported me and someone who didn’t. She didn’t care how powerfully they felt about their opinions, I was to be treated with the same respect I had before and that was that, except that it wasn’t. What had been said was said and there wasn’t going to be take backs later, they weren’t disciplined and I was moved somewhere else where the animosity couldn’t be felt in the air.
These people have mostly been silenced in the greater public voice. Uniformed leadership understands that there isn’t room to treat me with disrespect and adversaries are denied a public forum to talk about me negatively to their begrudging dismay, but I’m constantly reminded that the threat looms just around the corner, or that it’s ‘only a matter of time’ for them to be given the freedom to be hateful.
I’m stronger than them, though. I will continue to outlast and stand in defiance of hatred by doing my job and performing at a level that isn’t easily matched by others. I mean, you know how women are, don’t you? If you don’t, this is how we are… we’re strong, capable, and we persist through an existence of continued hatred. Our bodies are constantly being debated by the court of public opinion and courts of law if they even belong to us, our minds are thought to be inferior and our opinions don’t really matter.
This battle, for me, continues here with the Department of Health and Human Services’ transgender memorandum. I am a tall, muscular woman. Taller than most men and certainly built stronger, yet, my body continues to confuse these people who hate me. I face increasing discrimination by the powerful and people temporarily in charge and the discomfort for myself and, certainly, others continues daily. I’m doing the things that need to be done by being the positive metric, but we still need help. Gender exists and cannot be stamped out overnight to further support an agenda that says womanhood is only about your vagina or chromosomes and being a man is all about having a cock. That it’s something that can be defined.
This isn’t just about our bodies. For me, it’s been about overcoming my adversaries and fighting for our rights. It’s been about being ignored, denied, ridiculed, shamed, and so many others. It’s been about living in fear that I won’t get to decide who or what I am, but, it’s also been about being understood by other women. Having my concerns shared and plights acknowledged. Transgender women are women, and transgender men are men.
Get out and vote. We can and will win this fight together.
The author of this piece declined to take the payment for writing this blog post and so we made a donation to a charity of their choice which was Transequality.org
Let us take you OffBeat
Calling all penis owners.
It’s time to take a different tack, to go OffBeat and discover a toy that treats your penis like royalty.
Yes that’s right we have developed our first ever toy for your penis and its called OffBeat.
Created from a love of wanking, OffBeat was designed to make using a sex toy more natural while keeping the enhanced sensations that your penis loves. We wanted to design something that was easy to use and clean, something that you could just throw in to a drawer or even a bag if you are off on your travels.
We wanted to make a toy that would fit in to any lifestyle that would give you personal pleasure when and where you needed it.
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So lets take a closer look at the key features of OffBeat
Natural, natural, natural; we wanted the feel to be as natural as possible. Whether you like to wank with two fingers or a whole hand we wanted it to feel as natural as possible against your skin and in your grip so the hourglass shape mimics the way your fingers fall together when masturbating.
Simple things are often the most effective and in this case the most pleasurable. We are really proud of the raised nubbed texture we have designed, and how it stimulates the shaft and head of the penis. Also the super soft silicone combined with the nubs gives a natural flesh-like feel to the user that we are confident will deliver you with a really fantastic experience.
Our two sizes are because we know people like to masturbate differently. If you like lots of head stimulation, short strokes with twist and turns then the Venti is for you.
If you’re more of a deep long strokes with head stimulation but also like a firm feeling around your shaft, then the Grande is for you.
The only difference between the two sizes is length, the hole is the same size on both.
Fits in to your life
We have created OffBeat to be a thin, streamlined, non-intrusive toy that could fit in to your pocket and is as simple to clean as washing your hands. We’ve designed a toy that we believe both looks and feels good.
Today marks our second Independence day.
It does not mark the day we started trading as Godemiche but the day when we finally left our day jobs and both started working as Godemiche full time. Gone were the days of a regular wage, now it was truly all down to us. Whilst it was a nerve wrecking time it was also hugely exciting for both of us to be our own bosses. All we knew back then was that we wanted to make beautiful, colourful, body safe, affordable toys for people.
Last year it was amazing to realise that we had managed a whole year working for ourselves but this year it feels doubly special because we no longer feel like we are giving this a try but that we have some great extent succeeded in making it a success. Clearly we still very much at the beginning of the Godemiche journey but completing a second year as our own bosses has really helped our confidence and belief in what are doing.
This past year has been one of huge growth for us. We have added new products to our range, we continue to make colours the centre of everything we do and are constantly experimenting with different mixes and combinations. We went to Erofame in Germany and expanded our wholesale business and we have launched our lovely new website/shop to name just a few f the highlights of the last 365 days.
We have a huge list of ideas and plans for the next year too including very exciting new product, new colours, lots more of our guides and tips videos as well as some other secret things we can’t mention just yet but before we move forward with all that we really want to celebrate this last year of Godemiche with you our friends, customers, supports because you really are the heart of what we do. We have always believed that good customer service and a quality product are the core values really of what we do and so as a huge thank you to every one who has helped us along the way we are yet again thanking you and celebrating this special day in the life of our business with a huge 24 hour *50% off Independence sale.
- The sale will run from midnight 6th July 2018 – midnight 7th July 2018
- *Strapon harness, candles, Lube, Inspired By Range, gift cards, certificates and shipping are all excluded from the sale
- To claim your 50% off simply add the code ‘G50’ at the checkout.
- Please note shipping of products bought in the sale might be slightly slower than usual due to the volume of orders we expect to receive.
We really hope that you will come and celebrate this milestone with us and in the process get yourself a fabulous bargain from our range of products.
Adam and Monika
When I’m out at fetish markets I regularly get asked all sorts of questions but some of the most common ones asked revolve around anal and prostate play. What starts as a timidly asked question turns in to a cascade of other related questions people have around anal and I am always more than happy to answer them as best I can.
So in a bid to help as many people as we can we have decided to make a series of sex education videos which we will be posting on our YouTube channel over the next few months. We are focusing on the topics YOU most often ask us about starting this week with the all things prostate related.
Here are the 5 most common questions about sex and prostates that I generally get asked… and if you don’t feel like reading skip to the bottom of the page and watch our video for the answers instead.
What is the prostate?
The prostate is a walnut sized gland that is found between the bladder and the penis. It’s also called the p-spot and also the male g-spot.
What does the prostate do?
The prostate creates a fluid that’s found in semen. The fluid is added to the sperm as you ejaculate, think of it as helpfully lubricant that nourishes and helps sperm on it journey.
What is a prostate orgasm like?
Well you know how an orgasm feels, the moment you know your going to cum and it feels like the world slows down, you cum and you just feel relieved and a little spasmie, or is that just me? Anyway a prostate orgasm is just like that but some how amplified more. O an twinkly stars, you can’t forget the twinkling stars you get in your eyes, like with a migraine but intensely pleasurable. And there tends to be more semen produced as well.
How do you get to the prostate?
The easiest way is a finger up the bum. Your can find it by putting a finger up your your bum and curling it up towards your tummy. You don’t have to go very far into your bottom, only one and a half to two inches in. Curling your finger up a little will allow you to feel your prostate through the rectal walls. The prostate itself feels soft, squishy, the size of a walnut and it moves around a little as you try to touch it.
Why is a prostate orgasm so good?
I can tell you how it feels but past that really I can’t give a reason as to why it’s so dam good, it just is. You have to try it to fully know why. Nothing ventured nothing gained, but I’m almost certain that if you do venture and take your time your going to enjoy it.
Do you have a question you would like to ask us? Is there a topic you would like to see us tackle in one of our videos? Leave a comment here and you might just get a video made for you.