“So far there is no evidence and proof of female orgasm," say the entrepreneurs. Women disagree.
"Peegasms" may feel good, but they could cause serious damage to your bladder.
Everyone could use a more efficient wake-up call than the old-fashioned alarm clock, which is why there are plenty of novelty versions out there - from ones that split apart and you have to put back together in order to turn off, to ones that wake you with gradually-increasing light. It’s a vibrator combined with an alarm clock, and does exactly what it says on the tin. According to the Little Rooster Store website, it’ll help you wake “sexy”, “slowly” and “sensually”.
[Photo: Giphy] There are vampire facials, there are cervical steams, and there are vaginal massages - we get it; there are some strange beauty treatments out there involving blood and our private parts. But the latest trend is the ‘orgasm shot’, in which blood is injected directly into the clitoris. You know, the clitoris - the most sensitive part of the body EVER. Apparently, by transferring platelet-rich blood plasma from another part of your body to your clitoris, you cause stem cells in it to multiply and therefore it’ll grow healthier tissue.
If you’re a fan of Gwyneth Paltrow, you’re probably a subscriber to goop. The lifestyle blog and shopping site is your clean-eating, consciously uncoupling guide to living your life like the fearless, makeup-free queen, Gwyneth Paltrow. On Monday, goop released their first-ever sex issue, a series of eight articles which discuss everything from edible lube to hormone-free tech and luxury sex toys. Click through the gallery above to see some of the most interesting things we learned and let us know what you think by tweeting to @YahooStyleCA.