Busting Myths & Educating: Everything SEX
The Female Orgasm
Only one-quarter of women reliably experience orgasm during intercourse.
That's right. One-quarter!
Why is this?
Intercourse simply does not provide enough direct clitoral stimulation to allow most women to get their jollies!! In other words, intercourse is not the key to most women's sexual satisfaction!!
Some hot tips to help you get there:
Try out a couples toy!! It can be worn during penetrative sex to stimulate the clitoris as well as G-spot - Look up couples toys on our website (we highly recommend the Chorus by We Vibe )
AND/OR an arousal oil! it is applied to the clitoris to stimulate all those nerve endings! (we recommend our Wildfire IT oils or our ON oils! )
Check out this article below for even more hot tips to ensure everyone involved in your sexual conquest leaves satisfied!!!
- Simon Preuss
We often get asked why we offer so many hands on experiences with our toys instore... Here's our answer!
The reasons why Extasy showcases testers for as many products as possible may surprise you. It isn't just a hands on way of showing a toys features, its also an instore process of putting all toys through the grueling gauntlet of "all day, every which way, customer play" Its the only sure way to test a toys ability to cope with life in your bedroom. Its amazing that some of the biggest brands still have epic fails, while some brands we don't even know here in Australia have some of the best quality toys we've ever seen!!!
- Simon Preuss
Design Vampirism SUX!!!
One common brand that we refuse to stock is Prettylove,
they cheaply rip-off every other companies ideas and sometimes even their packaging, so unless you are okay with blatant "design vampirism" we suggest you only support original products from their creative source!
We have never and will NEVER stock Prettylove for this reason!
Here's some examples of the Blatant design Vampirism we are talking about...
- Simon Preuss
Glass Toys & What to Avoid.
A Quick Guide to Glass Toys:
A common misconception is that TEMPERING of glass toys is a desirable feature.
While it might be just that in a window, it is most definitely to be avoided in a sex toy. Tempering glass sets up stress patterns in the glass that reinforce against certain stresses, but when broken, tempered glass explodes into thousands of pieces. (we've all seen a smashed shop window) Not something you want a doctor to have to remove one piece at a time.
What you want is ANNEALED glass, this is made by cooling the glass slowly and maintaining the same temperature while the toy is being made. This reduces the internal stresses, so the toy is resistant to breaking. To further reduce weak spots, avoid toys that have rapid changes in thickness or glass colour (which would denote the joining of two glass components.) so avoid the typical rose butt plug and cherry on top type designs. Here at Extasy we dont just buy what suppliers tell me is "the new amazing thing" we research the entire production and cull out the frequent " BAD DESIGNS" Here is a couple examples of REALLY bad ideas. in pink we have a thin walled glass plug, (similar in construction to a light bulb, filled with abrasive pink sand or glass). This moronic idea is sold by one of the biggest sex toy brands in the world. so don't assume a big brand has only good ideas, the contrary is more often true. Here is a link for further info with examples of toys to avoid: