Let’s talk about Lube.

If you have walked into the Family Planning / Sexual Well-being section of your local grocery store, you are going to find an array of sexual lubricants: Warming, Water-based, Flavored, etc..

But what does all of this mean? And, which lube is safe to use with your butt-plug, vibrator or cock-ring?

Well, here’s a handy visual tool to help learn all about those lubes.

8 Types of Lube…

You’re welcome.


Do you have any funny/painful lube stories? We do:

 

“I wish that I knew the difference between the lubes. I had bought a warming lube, and mistakenly used it for anal sex. On the bottle of the product, it said to not use it internally. I must have forgotten about the warnings, and went on ahead using it for anal play. My partner at that time, took a glob of the gel, and spread it all over his genitals. And, shortly thereafter, we started anal-sex. The warming effect of the lube didn’t activate right away. It took time to warm up. Initially, it felt good. This was some amazing magical gel. My partner even added more to his balls, because he liked the sensation the warming effect gave. Except, the magical gel didn’t know when to stop. It kept warming up to the point of “Get it off of me!” My partner said it felt like his balls were being burned off. We rushed to the bathroom, and frantically tried to wash off the lube from our bodies. We ended up taking separate showers, and not resuming sex afterwards. 

We laugh about it now, but we learned a valuable lesson the hard way: pay attention to where your lubes can go. My insides burned and tingled for several hours afterwards. Every time I needed to go #2, they would burn again. It took about a week for everything to go back to normal. He says that his balls were very red for a few days, and it also took him about a week for them to return to normal”.

SO READ THE ARTICLE ABOVE!!!

 

“I was new to sex, and had a lot of articles talking about the importance of using lubercants. I had just bought some silicone based lube, and was excited to try it out. My partner complained that I was sort of dry down there, and wanted to know if I had some lube. Being too excited about using it, I pulled it out, and dumped a LOT of it on myself. I didn’t realize that too much lube could be a problem. (I also didn’t read the directions that said that a few drops would suffice either). So we start having sex, and I can’t feel anything. I can see that he is sliding in and out of me at a record pace, and I am feeling absolutely nothing. After another minute of him penetrating me, he stops, and shakes his head. Apparently, I had put so much lube down there, that he couldn’t get any friction either. He tried different speeds, but nothing was working for him. I simply had too much lube down there, and he couldn’t feel a thing. We tried mopping up the lube with a towel, but it wasn’t enough. I ended up having to give him a hand job using a towel”.

SO READ THE ARTICLE ABOVE!!!

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Do you have some new lube that you want to try out? Give us a call. We will get ours, and we can have a lube party together!

 

 

 

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