Ah, sex toys. They are objects that can improve your sex life or even give you majestic orgasms without a partner. But these amazing tools may tend to be intimidating. In that case, you might just need a change of perspective. Here’s an editorial where pleasure toys, food, and colors meet.
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Hey, girls! You don’t need anyone else to reach orgasm. And you also don’t have to fake it the next time you engage in sex—let your partner know your needs, girl. On your own, you can reach orgasm with the use of vibrators. They don’t look as phallic or as big as dildos, but they can do so much more. Performance over size, right?
The brand Tickler introduces cute bullet vibrators, which come in various shapes and sizes. There are also vibrators specifically designed to stimulate the clitoris like the Tickler Bunny. And for something more advanced, the Svakom Mini Emma wand massager has multiple settings that can control speed and intensity.
On a side note, never use a vaginal vibrator for anal stimulation. Since it’s tiny, there’s a tendency for it to get lost inside your body. And we don’t want that. Practice safe sex—and masturbation—always!
A man satisfies his carnal pleasure with a grip of his hand. It’s the most accessible tool known to man, but masturbators promise a different sense of pleasure—maybe not the same kind as what peaches can offer. The Tenga Egg Lover, for example, is a discreet masturbator in the form of an egg. Although it looks small, the material can extend to up to 12 inches. Each egg offers a different sensation through different designs. French designer Ludovic de Saint Sernin even designed a sleeve in collaboration with the brand. The Tenga Egg, however, is disposable.
If you’re looking for a toy with long-term use, consider the Tenga Moova. It also gives the user more control by squeezing and rotating it.
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Kegels are not exactly used to reach orgasms like what a vibrator does, but kegel exercises can improve your sexual health and performance in the long run. This strengthens and improves pelvic floor muscles, which can also aid in preventing pain during intercourse and boosting sexual arousal.
The products featured in this editorial are all available at Ilya. Visit them at 2H 189 Maginhawa St., Sikatuna Village, Quezon City.
This story is originally published in our 34th issue and has been edited for web. The digital copy of Scout’s 34th issue is accessible here.
Produced by Oliver Emocling
Art directed by Renz Mart Reyes
Photographed by JP Talapian