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Learning CPR just got interesting!

Tuesday, 13 March 2012 9:57:12 AM Australia/Sydney

Fornight Lingerie in Canada have recently released a very sultry advertising campaign where they depict life saving first aid techniques in a very 'Super Sexy' manner. We thought we'd share these ultra seductive videos with you ;) Check out their Vimeo profile for other racy shoots!

Super Sexy CPR from FORTNIGHT LINGERIE on Vimeo.

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Vibrator designer hired by PayPal

Thursday, 15 March 2012 10:18:04 AM Australia/Sydney

Yves Béhar who created the 7 hour phthalate-free Form 2 Vibrator and the New York City Condom Dispenser has been hired by Paypal to create a Square killer! 

Square is a application and card reader that accepts credit card payments and ultimately turns your iPad into a register. PayPal are apparently looking to create a similar device and are using the talented creator of the well known JawBone bluetooth devices and Form Vibrators to design it. We can't wait to see what he comes up with.

Source: BusinessInsider

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Sir Richard's Condom Company presents Vagina Rules

Saturday, 19 May 2012 1:20:59 PM Australia/Sydney

In a recent video from Sir Richard's Condoms they call upon women to share their "vagina rules" or rules for what they won't put in their vagina. When we get to the root of this video (mind the pun), Sir Richard's are raising awareness for the lesser-known chemicals that are often found in condoms and lubricant. Sir Richard's condoms are of the highest quality and made with 100% natural latex, without casein (making them vegan-friendly), and with lubricant free of spermicide, glycerin and parabens. 

It's Sir Richard's mission to supply the world finest condoms and address the global condom shortage by donating 1 condom to a developing country for every condom purchased. They have also recently announced a donation of 500,000 condoms to Haiti.

We love this video and everything that Sir Richard's stand for. What are your thoughts on this recent campaign? Does it offend and imply that women choose lovers based on their job or is it simply raising awareness?

 

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Use Condoms!

Thursday, 24 May 2012 10:31:24 AM Australia/Sydney

Here's a little video we stumbled upon that was made for RFSU (the Swedish Association for Sexuality Education). We thought it was a clever way to promote the use of condoms, something we feel very strongly about here at Pleasure Den! Check out the video below

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2012 Australian Sex Toy Survey

Thursday, 14 June 2012 9:40:54 PM Australia/Sydney

Pleasure Den would like to announce the 2012 Australian Sex Toy Survey. To celebrate we're giving away over $400 worth of sex toy prizes including the latest We-vibe, iVibe and Fleshlights! The competition officially starts today (15 June 2012) and runs for 6 weeks, ending at 11.59pm on July 28th 2012.

The survey will only take a few minutes to complete and we guarantee to keep all your personal information in the utmost confidence. What have you got to lose? Click on the image below to get started!

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Announcing our Survey Winners!

Tuesday, 31 July 2012 9:22:34 PM Australia/Sydney

A big thank you to everyone who completed our 2012 Australian Sex Toy Survey. We would like to congratulate our major prize winners:

 

  • Lauren.R from Kedron, QLD who won a We-Vibe 3 valued at $169
  • Leanne.J from Morphett Vale, SA who won a iVibe Rabbit Vibrator valued at $99
  • Mark.M from Runcorn, QLD who won a Fleshlight valued at $92
  • Anne.C from North Richmond, NSW who won a Pocket Pal Pocket Pussy valued at $39.95

 

and also our runner-up winners who each receive a bottle of warming lubricant valued at $9.90.

  • Jessie.K from Ormeau, QLD
  • Amanda.P from Nowra, NSW
  • Sarah.B from Ringwood, VIC
  • Frances.O from Upper Coomera, QLD
  • Jody.J from Gladstone Park, VIC

 

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Condom History

Wednesday, 21 November 2012 8:18:14 AM Australia/Sydney

This morning I came (no pun intended) across a great "Talk Nerdy To Me" condom history video via HuffPost. Condoms have been around for almost 400 years and have come in many different forms. From animal intestine to re-usable rubber and now modern day latex, condoms have always been a popular method of birth control and a protective measure against the infection of sexually transmitted diseases.

Cara Santa Maria from huffingtonpost.com gives a great look into condoms and how it has reshaped the history of sex across the world.

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Condoms: Latex Vs Non-Latex

Sunday, 2 December 2012 12:34:58 PM Australia/Sydney

Condoms have definitely advanced over the past 400 years. As shown in one of our previous posts, Condom History, condoms have come long way from lamb or sheep intestines & linen to what we currently use today, latex.

 

Popular condoms today are waterproof, elastic and come in either latex or 2 types of non-latex, Polyisoprene and Polyurethane. All of these are made to protect from pregnancy and sexual transmitted diseases however effectiveness studies are constantly being conducted to determine the number one option. Most people choose non-latex condoms due to latex allergies however some believe they perform better than the latex alternative.

 

Polyurethane non-latex condoms have several advantages over latex varients. They allow for better heat transfer during intercourse, they are thinner, they have little smell an they are safe to use with oil based products. One downside however is that they don't stretch like latex or polyisoprene condoms so breakages can occur.



Polyisoprene non-latex condoms are made from a synthetic version of a material derived from the sap of the hevea tree. Although not as thin as polyurethane condoms, they are strechy like latex condoms and have lesser breakage rates. 

 

One last latex alternative are lambskin or natural skin condoms. These have a unique feel because they are made from flesh and not from a synthetic material. Unfortunately because of this they do not protect against STD's as pores in the skin allow for small particles to pass through. They will however still provide protection against pregnancy.

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How to use a Penis Pump

Sunday, 9 December 2012 2:37:02 PM Australia/Sydney

Penis pumps have been around for longer than you may think and are more than just a novely item. It's a known fact that they increase blood pressure around the penis which helps maintain an erection.

 

Penis pumps are essentially a vacuum constriction device, consisting of an acrylic cylinder and a pump (Fig 2). A ring is placed at the end of the pump which then fits over the penis. Pumping the device creates a vacuum and helps the penis become erect. The ring (cock ring) that gets placed over the penis helps maintain the erection and can be safely left on for 30minutes during intercourse. 

 

While this helps gain a temporary enlargement it does not provide a permenant size increase. There are potential risks when using a penis pump and caution should be taken. Risks include bruises, blisters and ruptured blood vessels.

 

How to use a Penis Pump

1) Place the pump over the penis.

2) Create a vacuum by pumping the air out of the cylinder. This vacuum then draws blood to the penis causing it to swell.

3) When the penis becomes erect, slide the cock ring down the shaft of the penis to the base.

4) Release the vacuum and remove the pump.

 

Click here for our full range of penis pumps

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Penis Sleeves - What Are They?

Sunday, 16 December 2012 6:20:13 PM Australia/Sydney

Penis Sleeves give your penis extra length and girth are designed to be worn during sex while . They are designed as one-size fits all and made from high quality, stretchy, soft silicone. Some include a vibrating bullet while others allow for trimming of the end for your own custom length sleeve.

 

The penis must be erect before inserting into the sleeve. Proper care must be taken while doing this and the use of lubricant is highly recommend.

 

When using a penis sleeve we recommend always using Water or Silicone based lubes. Oil based and Vaseline lubes should not be used and can cause permenant damage to cyberskin and other latex based materials, including condoms. We recommend the use of water based lubricants such as the Swiss Navy brand.

 

For example, the Cyberskin 2" Vibrating Extra Thick penis sleeve extends the penis 2'' (5 cm) and enlarges girth by .25'' (.5 cm). Check out our full range of sleeves here.

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