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Oct
03

2012
Review –  Gigi By Lelo

I have recently put a shopping cart up on my website as I am often asked what I recommend when it comes to adult pleasure products ( or sex toys as most of you know them). I have attempted to make this as easy and straight forward for you so you are able to get an idea of what the products are all about and what they really do ( or how they are going to get you going). And yes I have all products in the shopping cart in my own bedroom draw. You are not just getting my professional opinion but my personal as well. ( Maybe I should be calling this shopping cart, “my bedroom drawer”).       Each week I will look at profiling a product to help you with your shopping (and orgasmic) needs. Think of this as your own personal sexologist to help…

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Apr
26

2012
Scientist Finds G-Spot (Can I Say, I Told You So?)

I was quite sure that the debate over the existence of the G-spot had been won. Probably from a more hands on experience though. I’m not sure about you, but I have been finding my G-spot (and enjoying it) for many years now. I was surprised to see the title of an article, “ Scientist finds G-spot. Then cuts it out and dissects it for the world to see.” My first thought was, well duh it exists and my second one was, “ I can’t wait to see that youtube video” (and my third was, what the hell did they do with the thing afterwards?).   The first person to declare the G-spot’s existence was of course Ernest Grafenberg, the man who it is named after. I only hope there is a sexual part of the body named after me one day – the N spot?   What makes me…

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Dec
26

2011
Too Many Questions

When you first begin seeing someone, everyone always has questions. In my personal and professional opinion I think there is too much focus on these questions and not enough of how two people make each other feel. Here are ten of the most common questions and why they shouldn’t matter:   1. What does he/she do? This is one of those things that people want to know first up. Are you dating a drug dealer or a high profile politician or a stripper? Apparently jobs define the person these days? Some jobs do but not all! Take my profession for example. Yes I am a Sexologist but that does not make me a sex worker ( not that there is anything wrong with sex work) or even mean I have a lot of sex. I would like to hope when people meet me that my job does not define who…

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