Friday, August 28, 2009

The (Very) Early Vibrator

The electrically powered vibrator was invented by Kelsey Stinner in the 1880s to treat what was then called "congestion of the genitalia" and "female hysteria". For centuries, doctors had been treating women for these illnesses by performing what we would now recognize as masturbation. However, not only did they regard the "vulvular stimulation" required as having nothing to do with sex, but reportedly found it time-consuming and hard work.

Then, in 1902, the American company Hamilton Beach patented the first electric vibrator available for retail sale, making the vibrator the fifth domestic appliance to be electrified, after the sewing machine, fan, tea kettle, and toaster, and about a decade before the vacuum cleaner and electric iron.

The home versions soon became extremely popular, with advertisements in periodicals such as Needlecraft, Woman's Home Companion, Modern Priscilla, and the Sears, Roebuck catalog. These disappeared in the 1920s, apparently because their appearance in pornography made it no longer tenable for polite society to avoid the sexual connotations of the devices.

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Wednesday, August 26, 2009

"5 Very Hot Things to Do With Ice" By Lesley Rotchford

Lots of things are better on ice… oysters, margaritas, and believe it or not, sometimes even sex. Yep, as it turns out, the secret to the most mind-blowing lovin’ of your life is sitting right in your freezer. I know what you’re thinging: How can something so freakin’ cold make your sex life hotter than ever? “Touching warm skin with ice activates the branch of the nervous system that’s responsible for sexual arousal and erection,” says Kevin Strang, PhD, a physiologist at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. Plus, adding something unexpected into the mattress mixes up the fun factor. Start with these cool moves.

Freeze Tease

Why do guys go so gaga when women lick lollipops? Because they’re imagining what it would feel like to be that, er, sweet stick. Well, sucking on ice has the same arouse-him effect. At a bar or restaurant, take a slender ice cube entirely into your mouth. Suck on it in a casual way (like you have no idea what the hell you’re doing to him), allowing the edge of it to peek out between your lips occasionally. He’ll be yelling “check, please” in no time.

Stone-Cold Massage

Kick-start the frisky festivities with an erotic rubdown, using a hot/cold combo of massage oil and ice cubes. Put a bit of oil in one hand (rub hands together to warm it up), and use it to knead his bare shoulders. Then take an ice cube and run it over the same area. Repeat the pleasurable process as you work your way down his back, finishing off at his butt.

The Frosty Figure Eight

While you’re giving him oral action, use an ice cube to trace a figure eight on his groin or inner thigh. Try to perform both motions at the same pace to make the experience as smooth and seamless as possible. The simultaneous opposing sensations will give him a beyond blissful buzz.

Seductive Shiver

Now it’s your turn. Lie on your back and caress your most sensitive spots (the inside of your thighs, back of your neck, behind your knees, your nipples) with an ice cube. Then ask your man to lick the icy trail you just made. The cold stimulates the nerve endings and primes your body, while the follow-up warmth of his mouth provides the pleasure. Plus, he’ll love watching you stroke yourself.

Melt in Your Mouth

Wrap your lips around an ice cube for about 15 seconds until they get supercold. They head below his equator to give him an intense oral-sex experience. The exciting contrast between your cool lips and your warm mouth will shoot his senses into overdrive. Another moan-inducing method: Use a tablespoon of crushed ice instead. In your efforts to keep the ice from leaking out of your mouth, you’ll inevitably have to use more suction on his shaft, providing a delicious double whammy.

**Cold Hard Fact

If he’s getting close to climax and you need more time, hold a piece of ice for a few seconds, then touch his testicles to delay his orgasm.

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Price Increases- No, not us silly!

Pure Romance, a Loveland, OH. company, just increased the prices on over 45 of their products. This increase tacked on anywhere from $1.00 to $3.00 per item during a down economy! This represents a percentage increase from 5% to as high as nearly 15% per item!

Brown Bag Party realizes that price increases from suppliers must be passed along to the customer from time-to-time, but, timing is everything. We're not here to squeeze every last drop of profit from our customers and are extremely price conscience during tough times. Our prices will eventually go up, but we think increasing only a few products at a time is easier on everyone - and at all costs, not during a down-turn in the economy!

You will notice in our enhanced version of the latest catalog, we actually dropped the price of our Whipper Tickler (Item: 427) from $17.00 down to $15.00.

We've also dropped prices on some of our products, such as the Platinum Touch (Item: 874) now at $85 dollars (down from $95). We also reduced our Beehive (Item: 725) to $59 dollars (down from $69). We're committed to giving you the best possible price without risking our financial position (after all, we need to be profitable to be in business for you!).

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Sunday, August 9, 2009

"Sex toys, Oh, my!"

A sexual enhancement product may be just the ticket for tuning up your sex life this year, but the idea of buying one can be daunting.

"Not all women and men feel comfortable shopping at adult retail stores in their community," said Debby Herbenick, associate director of the Center for Sexual Health Promotion in the School of Health, Physical Education and Recreation at Indiana University Bloomington. "Our research suggests that many individuals feel more comfortable purchasing sexual enhancement products either online or, for women, through in-home sex toy parties."

Herbenick and Michael Reece, director of the Center for Sexual Health Promotion, direct research related to the sexual health education opportunities available through adult book stores, Web sites and in-home parties. Many people, said Herbenick, find it difficult to talk about their sexual health, even with their family doctors, so potential health problems or issues related to personal satisfaction can go unaddressed. Their research has found that, in many cases, customers are able to obtain accurate sexual health information in a discreet setting through retail stores and in-home parties that sell sex toys.

Retail stores

"Many adult retail stores, particularly those geared toward women and couples, offer educational classes related to deepening your relationship, flirting tips for singles, as well as sexual skills and techniques," said Herbenick.

Examples of such shops include Good Vibrations in San Francisco and Brookline, Mass; Early to Bed in Chicago; and Babeland in New York and Los Angeles, all of which sell merchandise through their Web sites.


In-home sex toy parties provide a range of opportunities for women, while among a small group of women, to ask questions related to sexual enhancement products.

"In addition to purchasing products such as massage creams and vibrators, our research suggests that women who attend these parties use the opportunity to seek out information about a range of sexual health topics from the party facilitators," said Herbenick. "They ask questions about anything ranging from genital pain, referrals for couples counseling or how to alleviate sexual side effects from cancer treatment."

Make it fun

The overarching element of these parties is about fun and exploring one's sexuality in a safe and comfortable environment. And there is definitely a high degree of interest in popular products such as clitoral vibrators, g spot vibrators and heightening creams to increase sensation for both women and men.

For more information about the Center for Sexual Health Promotion, visit

To read more articles from the Department of Applied Health Science, visit

"How To Have Orgasms Through Intercourse"

I came across this article- Enjoy!

How To Have Orgasms Through Intercourse

By Cory Silverberg,

Updated: January 22, 2009

Intercourse offers lots of body contact, it can be incredibly intimate, and it's certainly handy if you’re trying to get pregnant. But the fact remains that intercourse is not always an effective way to have orgasms. There are a few people who easily orgasm through intercourse, but for most of us, having orgasms through intercourse involves some ingenuity, sexual knowledge and a few choice words now and then. But it can be done, and if you’re wanting more orgasms through intercourse read on.
Difficulty: N/A
Time Required: Never feel pressure to orgasm through intercourse, it's the worst way to make it happen.

Here's How:

  1. Understand the limitations of intercourse.
    For most of us orgasms come as a result of strong, consistent stimulation of body parts that feel good when touched. Some popular body parts are the penis, vulva, clitoris, perineum, anus and nipples. There are others, but let’s call those the Big 6. Traditional intercourse involves you and your partner rolling around, and the primary movement is someone’s hips and genitals thrusting. The fact is that this rarely produces enough stimulation for both partners to have an orgasm, and sometimes no one has one.
  2. Changing definitions.
    If you’re having intercourse with a man, intercourse is often more than enough for him to have an orgasm. But while the penis gets a lot of stimulation and its owner feels pleasure, no matter how big or small it is, and no matter how vigorously it moves in and out of your body, it probably won’t be enough to give you an orgasm. If you want orgasms through intercourse you need to add something else to the mix; or thought of another way, you need to redefine intercourse.
  3. Step one: Have orgasms.
    If you can’t have them on your own or through other kinds of sex play it’s unlikely you’ll have them through intercourse. If you’re expecting to have an orgasm through the sheer magic of intercourse you will probably be disappointed. You need to start by knowing what gives you orgasms. Specifically what kind of stimulation (rubbing/pressure, hard/soft, fast/slow, or some combo) and where (not just “down there” be specific and find out what areas of your body produce the greatest amount of pleasure when stimulated). The easiest way to discover this is masturbation.
  4. Either do it yourself...
    If you know how to give yourself an orgasm it becomes much easier to incorporate that stimulation into intercourse. You can, of course, do this without talking to your partner if you don’t want to. This might mean using fantasy (which, by the way, isn’t cheating) or using your own hands to stimulate yourself during intercourse. It might mean finding a position where you’re getting stimulated the way you need to. What’s better and easier is to talk to your partner about it.
  5. Or talk to your partner.
    If you can agree that you want orgasms through intercourse and acknowledge that traditional intercourse tends to be more one way, you can start doing intercourse differently. If you’re a woman who needs more clitoral stimulation to orgasm, maybe your partner can provide some of that extra stimulation. If you’re a man and find that intercourse desensitizes you, maybe your partner can add more subtle or more intense stimulation. If you can think of intercourse not as one of you doing something to the other, but as a team effort the rewards may be more evenly handed out.
  6. Let your fingers (or hands, wrists, elbows, etc…)do the talking.
    Experiencing orgasms through intercourse isn’t rocket science. For most people it just means adding more manual stimulation. As long as you can reach and you’ve got the dexterity, using your hands to add stimulation is often more than enough. If you’re not sure what exactly to do with your hands you can read up on how to give a woman a handjob and how to give a man a handjob.
  7. Experiment with sex positions.
    Even the best sex position won’t guarantee orgasms through penetration without other stimulation, but for some people in some cases it can make the difference. If your having intercourse in a sex position that’s uncomfortable or painful it will reduce your chances of having an orgasm. A good sex position will let you feel direct stimulation wherever you like it most. For example, if you like a lot of clitoral stimulation through pressure, a position where your body is pressed tightly against your partner and includes a lot of grinding might be best.
  8. Sex toys for added stimulation.
    Vibrators are a great way of adding stimulation to intercourse and boosting the chances of an orgasm through intercourse. Some vibrators are worn around the waist and provide clitoral stimulation during penetration. There are others that are worn on the hand, so you can touch any area and have instant vibration. There are also vibrating rings that can be worn by a man (or at the base of a dildo).
  9. Mix it up in the middle.
    Don’t think of intercourse as something that begins and can’t end until an orgasm (or exhaustion) happens. You can switch from intercourse to oral sex or from intercourse to mutual masturbation, or something else entirely. Intercourse is just one way to have sex and there are no rules about the order in which you do things. If you really want to have orgasms through intercourse you may want to get yourself right to the point of orgasm some other way and then finish off with intercourse.
  10. Come first and come later.
    If you’re fixed on the idea of having an orgasm through intercourse you may begin to worry about whether or not it will happen while you’re having sex. This is a huge turn off and in most cases reduces your chances of having an orgasm. One way to deal with this is to try to have an orgasm first before you move to intercourse. If you’re someone who generally only has one orgasm this may not work for you, but lots of people can have more than one and as long as you’ve got the time for going for two, you may find that having a quick orgasm to start with takes a lot of the pressure off.

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