Bliss Journal — Sexual wellness

Sliquid Swirl Natural Intimate Lubricant – Cherry Vanilla

Sliquid Swirl Natural Intimate Lubricant – Cherry Vanilla

A little disclaimer – Until recently, I rarely used lubricant - because I haven’t really needed to.  As my libido has increased with my age, however, I’ve just found that it prolongs the experiences, as someone who likes a lot of sex. And let’s face it, lube is fun! Sliquid Swirl is a vegan water-based lubricant with several natural flavours, this one, with a hint of Cherry Vanilla.

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The We-Vibe Moxie Review by Devora F

The We-Vibe Moxie Review by Devora F

The Moxie comes in subtle packaging that gives the impression of being a slick mobile box and is easy to open.  The box contains the silicone toy in aqua, a silken pouch for discreet storage, two magnet clips, a magnetic charger, a remote, a basic instruction book and a complimentary We-Vibe lube sample by Pjur.

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Jodie West
Which Lube For What and Why?

Which Lube For What and Why?

Pleasure is enhanced when as a vagina owner you are wet, lubricated or if you are enjoying anal sex reducing the fiction makes the whole experience more FUN! Yes, our bodies do make a bit of their own lubrication during sex, it is part of the fun that makes sex amazing! Think about it for a minute, let your mind wander - the slippery-soft surface of a tongue during oral sex. The soft sensitive surface of the vagina during penetration. The sensation really does improve when things are well lubricated. Our body’s ability to produce natural lubrication varies from day today. It is...

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3 Tips For Safer Oral Sex

3 Tips For Safer Oral Sex

Yes, Oral Sex is sex and you need to know how to protect yourself. Yes, you do need to know how to protect yourself from STIs if you choose to have oral sex. It is always important to understand how to have safer sex. Abstinence or having sex with your self is the only way to negate the risk of STI's and   1. Get tested and have the conversation. Everyone should know their STI status. Getting tested at least every year really is not hard to do. However, most experts, recommend all genders and sexualities get tested every six months...

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