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Buyer's Guide to Bedroom Esstentials

MUST HAVE

Ready to make that bold move to a new bedroom essential? Our helpful buyer's guide will help you decode all of the ins and outs of the Castle Megastore's products. Don't be shy and don't forget, you can always start with something you feel comfortable with now and work up to something you'd like to try later.


Bullets & Eggs

Many sex toys start with a Bullet and then are built up around it. It’s the most basic and most perfect toy for beginners; especially for women that have difficulty with orgasms. No matter how advanced you may be you can always find a way to work a bullet into your bedtime sessions. There are many ways to use a bullet; externally for masturbation and foreplay, or internally for vaginal, anal, and G-spot stimulation.

Egg vibrators are versatile sex toys that can please a woman or man in multiple ways. Much like a bullet, an egg is a great toy for either external or internal stimulation. The only difference with an egg is the shape which is shaped like; you guessed it, an egg.

Kegel Balls/Ben Wa Balls

Get those kegels in shape! Kegel balls or Ben-Wa balls are weighted devices that strengthen a woman’s vaginal and pelvic floor muscles (strong pelvic floor muscles help prevent urinary and fecal incontinence.) However, more than just for getting in shape, women enjoy using kegel or ben-wa balls for vaginal stimulation or to increase arousal.

Try this move! Rocking: With the balls inside the vagina, get into a sitting position. Rock back and forth with your legs pressed together to create a gentle stimulation. What’s the difference between Ben-wa balls and Kegel balls? The common misconception is that they are the same thing. Though they are closely related, kegel balls and ben-wa balls do have some differences. Unlike ben-wa balls which are solid, kegel balls are hollow so the weights inside move with you for a teasing stimulation. The other difference is that kegel balls are usually encased by silicone unlike ben-wa balls that are usually made of solid metal or glass.

Vibrators

Vibrators… where to begin? Vibrators come in multiple shapes and sizes, with dual action this or multiple functions that, it can be daunting to try to find the right one for you. So let’s break it down by different styles:

The Traditional Vibe - Your basic hard-shelled vibrator, bigger than a bullet, measuring anywhere from 4 to 8 inches. Traditional vibrators can be used for external or internal stimulation.

Realistic Vibes - A realistic vibrator has a phallic shape with all the details of a real penis. Realistic vibes are usually made of silicone, jelly, or rubber material for a softer, more life-like feel.

Rabbit Vibes - Rabbit vibrators stimulate your vaginal walls and your clitoris simultaneously. Rabbits usually have a rotating shaft with massaging beads and vibrating bunny ears that massage your clitoris.

Dual Action Vibes - A dual action vibrator is any vibrator that has a clitoral stimulator attached. A rabbit vibrator can also fall in this category.

G-Spot Vibes - A G-spot vibrator is usually a traditional vibrator but is curved towards the end to make reaching the female G-spot a simpler task.

Now, how can you use a vibrator for your pleasure? There’s so much more a vibrator can be used for than just masturbation, try incorporating one into your couple’s play. Stimulate him during foreplay by rubbing the vibe against his nipples or shaft or let him do the exploring on your body. During oral you can press it against your cheek while working on him or he can put it inside you when he’s using his tongue to pleasure you.

Stimulators

Need some more stimulation? Like vibrators, stimulators are a broad category with many different types and functions. Vibrators and stimulators can often cross over into each other as many of their functions are the same. Some of the more popular types of stimulators include:

Hands-Free Stimulators - Any vibrating, sexual stimulator that can be worn on the body, such as a harness or vibrating panty. This style of vibrator attaches to the body with either a leg or waist strap. Since this vibrator only covers the clitoral area you can also enjoy vaginal penetration which makes it perfect to use along with a vibrator or during intercourse.

Finger Stimulators - A stimulator that can be worn on the finger tip. These are small and discreet making them easy to use during intercourse or masturbation.

Electro Stimulation - Control units or devices that send out electrical pulses that vary from small tingles to throbs. Used for external stimulation.

Anal Toys

Let’s explore this somewhat ‘forbidden’ area of sexual stimulation. Did you know? The anus is full of nerve endings and can be a hot pleasure spot for men and women. Here are some different types of anal toys you can try for your own exploration. P-Spot Stim – A prostate stimulator is curved and meant for reaching the male prostate. Men report being able to achieve more intense orgasms through prostate stimulation alone. Combine a prostate stimulator or massager during masturbation or sex for an even more intense experience for him. Butt Plug - Using a butt plug during masturbation or sex can add a new dimension of pleasure through gentle, teasing stimulation. Anal beads - also known as “thai beads” – are generally a series of graduating balls on a bendy chain or rope, and feature a flared base or a pull-ring for safe and easy removal.

Dildos & Dongs

A quick definition is in order because there's some confusion about the difference between a vibrator and a dildo: A lot of people think the words 'vibrator' and 'dildo' are interchangeable, but they're not. To qualify as a dildo, a sex toy must be designed specifically for penetration and is phallic in shape and sometimes texture. A dildo doesn't necessarily vibrate (though some do), whereas a vibrator MUST vibrate and can be any shape.

Strap Ons

Strap on dildos are no longer purely the domain of lesbian couples. Nowadays, heterosexual couples are enjoying them as well, because they allow you to explore alternative relationship roles and can offer pleasure to the user as well as the receiver.

Cock Rings

Put a ring on it - A penis ring is designed to restrict the blood flow into the penis. This will help him maintain a fuller erection for longer. Get this, they also help to keep his orgasm at bay, meaning that you can have sex for longer. Some models include a protruding clitoral stimulator, designed to tickle the clitoris, vulva, or anus during sex (and during masturbation when using them on a dildo). To find out more about how to measure for the right fit of cock ring click HERE.

Masturbators

An old-fashioned can always be a great go-to but when a handjob just isn’t enough the male masturbator can finish the job. Male masturbators, also referred as strokers, sleeves, or pocket pussies, are sex toys designed to enhance male masturbation. These specialty sex toys are soft and tight to make them feel much more like a vagina than your hand. While male masturbators are usually used for solo play, couples can also use them to enhance their visual foreplay.

Sleeves & Extensions

Put down the pumps gentlemen. Penis sleeves or extensions are a no sweat, no pain method to add girth to your tool. Most penis sleeves feature ribs and nubs on the outside for increased stimulation for her. Psst ladies, bored with your vibrator? Sleeves can also be used to give your drab vibe a screaming makeover.

Pussy Pumps

Once an object of desire for fetish fans only, the pussy pump has now become more mainstream and is being enjoyed by more and more people every day. The slightly strange appearance can throw people off from looking into this toy further but the unique sensations and increased intensity a pussy pump can produce make it well worth another look. The purpose of a pussy pump is to create a vacuum-like suction over the labia and/or clitoris which will in turn make the tissue swell, causing more blood flow and making the skin more sensitive. Whether you use a pussy pump alone or with a partner, the unique sensations are sure to be a win.

Lubricants

We know a sex master like you knows how to use lube in the bedroom. But sometimes, we may not be aware of all the different types of lubes and their uses.

Flavored – Get licked like a lollipop with flavored lube! Make oral sex more delicious and fun not only for him but for her too! Flavored lubes are a great item to spice up your pre-sex teasing. You can put flavored lubes on your genitalia, nipples, or wherever without having to worry about a sticky mess. So tonight, serve up some dessert… in bed.

Silicone-Based – Going back to the basics - silicone-based lubricants are usually formulated with fewer ingredients and do not contain any water. Silicone-based lubricants are not absorbed by skin or mucus membranes, and consequently last longer than water-based lubricants. Added feature: Got a bed that squeaks? Put some lube on it to stop the creaking.

Water-Based – Water-based lubricants are water-soluble and are the most widely-used personal lubricants. Water-based lubes have been recommended for use in safer sex practices because they do not weaken the effects of condoms like oil-based lubricants do. Most sex toys call for the use of a water-based lubricant as well because of its non-sticky, non-greasy feel and how gentle it is on the body.

Anal Lubricant – Going down under? Many lubricants are safe for anal sex, but there are lubes that are specifically designed to enhance the enjoyment of anal sex. Often, this is simply a thicker gel rather than a liquid. This thicker consistency is preferable because it helps the lubricant stay in place.

Condoms

Condom size is often described in terms of small, medium, and large, but condom size is more than a single evaluation. Try using the Condom Fit and Feel Scale, developed by researcher Michael Reece, which breaks condom size down into four dimensions: too loose, too tight, too long, and too short to help you find the right fit. The size of a condom should be considered on each, and all of these dimensions. A condom may be shorter and wider, or longer but more narrow. Usually larger sized condoms are both longer and wider, and smaller condoms are just narrower without necessarily being shorter. Condom size can be easily measured and described. All you need to know is the length and circumference of the condom. Finding the best fit condoms may involve trying a few different brands. Keep in mind that a condom may fit well around the head, or glans, of the penis, along the shaft, or at the base. Ideally you'll find a condom that fits well in all parts. Different materials can also change the way a condom size feels, as will the thickness of the latex or polyisoprene the condom is made from.

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Massage Candles

For tantalizing foreplay our massage candles are a must. Light the candle and let the seductive scents begin to play with your senses as the wax melts into a luxurious massage oil. Simply spoon the oil onto the skin and let the teasing touches take over. Don’t worry; the melted wax won’t burn you, its formula makes it stay at just the right side of warm. Some of our candles even melt into an edible massage oil for some tasty tranquility.

 

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