When the sex toy industry comes up with something new – and I mean truly new – it’s hard to ignore it. You read the reviews. You can’t miss the hype. So many people loving on the latest delight, while others despise it for not working with their bodies. It’s easy to choose whether or not to take a punt when there’s just one model. All you need to do is find a blogger who has similar tastes to you and read their opinions.
We don’t have a crystal ball here at Luxury Vibrators. We aren’t psychic, and we can’t see into the future. But we can use our knowledge of the adult industry – and the hands-on knowledge of our regular blog contributor, Scandarella – to bring you our predictions of what could be some of the best sex toys of 2018. With all eyes on virtual reality, long distance sharing, and the quickly approaching advent of the take-home sex robot, it’s going to be a busy year.
Have you ever found yourself getting hot under the collar while reading a romance novel? If so, erotic fiction could be your new best friend! But what happens when reading the rude stuff gets you more frustrated than titillated? Let erotica writer Scandarella give you the heads up on what to do when reading a sexy story turns from me time into play time. Check out her suggestions and discover the best sex toys to use with erotica.
What do you do for Valentine’s Day? Are you the type of person who gets glammed up before heading for the intimate lights of a fancy restaurant? Do you prefer to sip champagne and nibble on strawberries (and other things) in the middle of a bubbly jacuzzi in the suite of a luxury hotel room? Or are you like me, the type who stays in the comfort of their own home, cooks their favourite meal, opens a bottle of their favourite beer, then settles down to watch their favourite movie?
One of the most immediate pros to luxe sex toys is their materials. Not all manufacturers are 100% truthful with how they choose to present the stuff their products are made from. Some have been known to try to hoodwink consumers by tagging a desirable word like ‘silicone’ onto an undesirable one, like ‘jelly’.