Whether you’re wanting to exercise your inner dominant or surrender yourself as a submissive, bondage ropework, also referred to as Shibari can be a great way to start practicing and experimenting with your partner or by yourself. Certain bondage rope styles such as the pentagram chest piece can also be great outfit accessories to wear over clothing if you’re looking to add some bondage-esque vibes to your outfit.
Are you merely days away from packing up half your bedroom and getting ready for your first day of university life? It’s natural to be experiencing both types of butterflies; the good type you feel when you’re buzzing with excitement, and the type of nervous energy you get when doing something life-changing, so we’re making one part easier with the ultimate guide to student sex!
With a history steeped in Crusade-era torture, inescapable confinement and unbreakable abstinence; chastity devices have endured through the centuries, starting out as instruments designed to punish impure thoughts and enforce genital control (women’s genitals in particular), to now being used as modern-day playthings appealing to people who get excited by the idea of having their sexual urges and genital wellbeing dictated by a dominant other.
However, more often than not in this century, it’s men’s genitals being subjected to police-state levels of control; oh my, how times have changed.
Here are Pulse and Cocktails we’re proud to announce that for the last 21 years we’ve been helping couples and singletons alike to keep the romance and pleasure alive, whilst building a nationwide empire.
When did Pulse and Cocktails first open?
The first Pulse and Cocktails store originally opened in Rotherham in the late nineties and the store was the first of its kind. The Rotherham store gave customers the chance to see, touch and interact with sex toys, seductive lingerie, and other adult products before purchasing. A few years later, we then moved from the original Rotherham store to the current Rotherham store as we know it, situated on Canklow Meadows Industrial Estate.
A spur of the moment quickie whilst out and about or three minutes of passion alfresco style, sex outside the home has always had a special appeal for both couples who can proudly tick it off their sexual bucket list and those who get horny from merely fantasizing about it.
One occasion that’s ripe with new and exciting opportunities for getting it on is during a camping trip, whether you’re attending a music festival or having a camping trip.
After years of parents, children’s charities, politicians and various other social bodies voicing concern about how easy it is for children to access pornography online, new laws are now being put in place to help protect minors from being able to access pornography. The vast majority of minors are not yet equipped with the life experience to understand porn in its proper context (“these performers are professionals, don’t try this at home people”), the Government has realised it cannot kick this issue into the long-grass anymore and has finally decided to take action.
Designed to ensure that adequate safeguards are in place to prevent under-18s from being able to freely watch pornography on the internet, the Digital Economy Act 2017 (Part 3) comes into effect this year. (Reference 1)
If you’re reading this and thinking this new law doesn’t affect you because you’re over 18, you’re wrong.
This piece of legislation will change the way that everyone in the UK who uses the internet to watch porn continues to watch porn. Including the 359% rise in female porn watchers too.
A guide to the perfect rabbit vibrator for you… But first, a little history:
Wednesday 31st March 1999 was a very important day in Britain’s history (Reference 1), proving not only to be a game changer for the adult toy industry but it also provided a shot in the arm to a much-needed sexual revolution that is still ongoing and we’re happy to report, in ruder health than ever.
This was the day that iconic US comedy-drama Sex and the City introduced most of its UK audience to the rabbit vibrator.
You’ve probably already noticed a lot of the tech you use in your everyday life is getting more slim-line and generally just a wee bit smaller. To a certain extent, sex toys are no different.
There will always be a huge demand for well-endowed cock shaped sex toys, but with the popularity of small, portable, more discreet toys on a seemingly unstoppable ascent – vibrating love eggs and jiggle balls being two of the main attractions – naturally, the selection for these two types of toys has expanded to cater for the ever-increasing variety of people discovering the joy to be had by these mini wonders of sexual delight.
If your knowledge on love eggs and jiggle balls is non-existent or sketchy at best, we hope by the end of this guide you will have all the intel needed to decide if you want to experiment with the sort of sex toys that you and your lover can get naughty with both inside and outside the home (should you be so daring).
Whether you’re visiting family for the weekend, living in a student flat with paper thin walls, or you don’t want to wake the kids, a silent vibrator is exactly what you need. It’s pretty hard to have an orgasm when you’re worried about waking everyone up, and trying to muffle the sounds of your moans into a pillow. That’s why in these situations super quiet vibrators are there to give you a helping hand.
Sadly, unless you’re dating a magician completely silent vibrators don’t really exist, but you can get ones that are extra quiet. Since discreetness is at the heart of what we do, here at Pulse and Cocktails HQ we have put our ears together to compile a list of our top seven quiet (but powerful) vibrating sex toys.