Bust open your trust-funds or scratch off that winning million dollar lottery ticket. Here are some of the most expensive, luxurious, and downright ridiculously gauche sex toys that you (or, more accurately, someone with offshore bank account) can buy.
“She sat down on her bed and faced her cello. She held me tight in both hands, turned me on and cycled through my 8 patterns like she had done before. She did this at least 6 times, and never once removed her gaze from the cello. Her breathing became heavy.”
Initially marketing for sore necks and backs, the Magic Wand was also being recognized for soothing other parts of the body as well. As early as the 1970’s women quickly realized this hand-held device could be used off-label (ahem) for clitoral stimulation.
“I could tell her senses were on high alert. She kept rubbing her thumb over the silk of my contour, entranced.”
“I deserved a shrine dedicated to me in the drawer of a nightstand that smelled of lavender and freshly laundered panties. Not a life in cardboard boxes that were usually filled with desperately needing to be laundered socks.”
“The first few times I entered Lilah were excruciatingly slow journeys. But I didn’t mind. This gave me time to soak in her smells, her textures, her tastes. I’d hate that I was covered in sweet, cherry-flavored lube.”
In the United States alone, the amount of people who were self-pleasuring was down 29% on Thanksgiving of in recent years. Even worse, the statistics indicate that across the globe, self-pleasuring was down by 22% on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, and whopping 28% on New Years Eve. It’s no wonder tensions run so high during the season of giving.