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Good Vibration's Ecorotic® Rating System Featured on Greenbiz.com
"With so many companies trying to shed more light on the contents of their products, from building materials to children's toys, it should be no surprise that the efforts also extend to adult toys.
San Francisco-based Good Vibrations, a purveyor of adult toys since 1977, now has an Ecorotic® Rating System for its line of sex toys, aids and accessories whose contents and packaging are easier on the environment. It's part of an initiative Good Vibes calls Sustainable Sex.
[Good Vibrations] noted that spring fever can strike even in the depths of winter and when it does, the green-minded adult can consider the company's eco ratings for products. The ratings are based on six factors, each of which is equal to one green leaf. The more leaves, the more eco-friendly the item."
Good Vibration's Sexy Gifts Featured on XOJANE.com
"Happy XXX-mas! So originally I had a lot of different stuff on my Christmas list, but then I was looking at it and realized I'd stepped too far out of my box. You guys, I'm the slutty one. I'll always be the slutty one, even if I marry my boo and use my vagina to push out 15 billion babies. I might as well embrace it. Nippies Candy Pink Feather Pasties, $32 Because why not?
"Hos, Hookers Call Girls & Rent Boys: Professionals Writing on Life, Love, Money and Sex," $15.95 I love books about sex work, and this one includes an essay from my friend and xo writer Melissa Petro."
Good Vibration's Sexy Gifts Featured on Glamour.com
"Caution: You may not want to put the sexy items on this gift guide under the family tree."
Curve Includes Sexy Holiday Gifts From Good Vibrations
"The holiday season is here and with it all the joy—and stress—of shopping for the perfect gift (that won't bust your budget). But have no fear, because the little helpers here at curve have you covered with 77 hand-picked stylish, sexy and smart gifts, sure to thrill every lezzie on your list."
The Calla waterproof silicone vibrator is pretty and perfect for internal and external stimulation. Five speeds, three pulsation patterns (and a turbo button!) plus its ergonomically-designed loop handle guarantees a great ride. Rechargeable, waterproof, ecofriendly. ($108, goodvibes.com)"
San Francisco Bay Guardian
Local, Budget-Friendly Holiday Gifts from Good Vibrations
"Open the door to the best kind of trouble with these dangling pasties, made from the same chalky rainbow sweets as traditional candy necklaces. Swing by Good Vibe's newest store at 899 Mission to check out the sex toy vanguard's downtown flavor. Various Bay Area locations. www.goodvibes.com"
SheKnows Encourages Experimentation with Toys
"The Best Boyfriends In Town...Tired of the same old toys? There are some amazing ones out there -- and half the fun is playing around and discovering what your new faves will turn out to be! Hitachi Magic Wand isn't for the fainthearted. This is a 2-speed, high-powered wand that can be set to speed as fast (6,000 rpm) or as slow (5,000 rpm) as you want -- and the electric DC operation in the device allows for constant and long-lasting power. If you're feeling brave, you can buy attachments that'll kick it up even another notch. (Goodvibes.com, $52)"
Autostraddle Reviews Sexy Holiday Kits From Good Vibrations
"It's our tenth Autostraddle Anonymous Sex Toy Review! Today we have two Kits from Good Vibrations to review for you. GoodVibes has a huge selection of kits
which make really fantastic holiday gifts. We'll be reviewing two of those for you today!The Butterfly Effect wearable vibrator made me feel super sexy to strap on, thought it was a bit buzzy for my preference. Still, I really liked that I could surf porn with two hands while I used it.
What makes The Magic Wand's vibrations so amazing? That's part of the "neck massager"'s mystery and enduring legacy. It's strong enough to be used outside of one's clothing, which is a bonus if you're worried your roommate could show up at any moment and you don't wanna mess around with your pants. I estimate I could probably orgasm from this thing in three minutes or less. It definitely lives up to its reputation."
Gizmodo Recommends Kinky Treats from Good Vibrations
"You finally found that special someone, settled down, and tied the knot. This is the one person you're going to be having sex with from here to eternity. Here are ten gifts to add some kinky spice to forever.
1. Lust Dust Edible Body Powder: Flavored lube? You can sweeten the goo all you want, but in the end, you've still got a mouth full-o'-lube. Ew. Go with mild honey Lust Dust instead. It's all natural, and it actually tastes good. (Trust us.) Sprinkle a little on your partner and let the buffet begin. Flavors include honey vanilla, and chocolate strawberry. $8.50 [Good Vibrations]
2. Bound To Please Bondage Tape: Tying up your partner can be very sexy. Using tape that tears at the skin and hair: not so sexy. Super-strong, reusable PVC bondage tape to the rescue! This stuff only sticks to itself, which means you can focus on the good pain. Rock this tape while you get your world rocked. $8 [Good Vibrations]..."
Good Vibrations' Sex Positive Porn Featured in XOJane
"I don't know about you, but until adulthood I had no idea there was such a thing as progressive porn. Happily I've since discovered stores like Good Vibrations, podcasts like Savage Love, sites like CrashPadSeries.com, and of course activist educators (and pornographers) like Tristan Taormino (who really deserves a separate post all her own). Whether or not you agree that the terms "feminist" and "pornography" can go hand in hand, it's indisputable that there's so much more out there in terms of conceptions and visions of sex than what "mainstream" porn culture would lead us to believe. There's more to sex than the pleasure pursuit of heterosexual males, and that's why I'm thankful that publications like Salacious exist."
San Francisco Magazine
San Francisco Magazine Highlights Good Vibrations' Indie Erotic Film Festival
"This fall's Good Vibrations-sponsored Short Erotic Film Competition, at the Castro Theatre, signaled a new era for this feisty event, which started six years ago as a small local affair. For the first time, international finalists outnumbered domestic ones – and to tast the excitement, the crowd was in full-Castro form. …the real party was downstairs in the theatre, where 800 attendees voted for the best Indie Erotic Short Film of the night. Of course, the toughest competition came from the irreverent and often scatological onstage banter of a trio of drag queens, led by the legendary Peaches Christ and moderated – or rather, refereed – by the equally legendary Carol Queen."
Choosing Your First Vibe? BUST Magazine refers readers to Good Vibrations
"Gone are the days when women had to sneak down a dark alleyway to buy a vibrator from a creepy guy in a grimy, low-lit store. Today, women-owned adult-toy coutiques and female-friendly online shops provide a range of options for gals ready to explore new pleasure territory. …Whether you're young or old, straight or gay, salesclerks in stores like Good Vibrations are never judgmental. Questions you might think are embarrassing are ones they field all day long, and they're great at providing helpful, straightforward answers."
Good Vibrations' Antique Vibrator Museum Featured in Toronto Star
"Women patients didn't know that doctors were giving them orgasms and the doctors likely weren't clear on the concept either, explains sexologist Carol Queen, museum curator of antique vibrators at San Francisco's Good Vibrations sex toy store. "They just saw the response that seemed to help the symptoms and that was enough," says Queen.
"It must have been an interesting moment when women realized they could do for themselves what a doctor had been doing," muses Queen. The hysteria induced today is strictly of the ha-ha sort: Vibrators, you're ready for your close-up."
XOJANE Reviews the HeartOn Vibrator from Good Vibrations, "Finally, a vibrator fit for princesses like us."
"But as soon as the HeartOn Waterproof Wand Vibrator from Good Vibrations crossed my desk, I knew it would find a happy home up in my lady business. It's adorable! Like something a fairy would masturbate with. Those little buttons on the front turn the vibe on and off and let you cycle through 6 different modes -- 3 vibration speeds and 3 pulse speeds.
… if you prefer light, fluttery vibrator kisses to the revving engine variety, or want to play with vibration during partner sex without quickly and efficiently orgasming, as I prefer, you won't have those issues. Plus, cute! Ask for it (or give it) for Valentine's Day!"
Adult Sex Ed From Good Vibrations' Featured in the Boston Daily
"Adults are often in need of sex ed., too. I mean, how many of us had a high school sex education that taught us what the clitoris was and sang the praises of lube? …But what about learning to rebuild intimacy after the kids have left home? Or realizing that your full-on career has pulled you away from your sex life? Or wanting to bring fire and freshness into your solo sex life? Or feeling like having sex again … but how, and with whom? At times like these, we need a more personalized approach, no matter how shy or brazen the rest of our sex lives might be.
Well, there are lots of options. You can choose individual or couples therapy if you want to refresh a relationship, or gain the confidence to feel sexual while you're solo. Alternatively, you might open new possibilities by taking sexy classes that suit your needs. Keep your eye out for one-night courses with Good Vibrations in Brookline, and Erotic Writing classes at Grub Street, Boston."
Good Vibrations' Dr. Carol Queen Weighs in on the Standardized Sex Test
"Last week, news broke that Washington, D.C., will require kids in public schools to complete a standardized sex ed test -- the first of its kind in the nation. …So, I decided to call upon some experts in the fields of sex research and education to help devise a multiple-choice exam for grown-ups, one that incorporates the key knowledge they find most lacking in the real world -- but without being a total snooze.
Before we begin, allow me to introduce you to my co-quizmistress, Debby Herbenick. She's a sex educator at the Kinsey Institute and associate director of the Center for Sexual Health Promotion, and she was generous enough to let me pilfer questions from her books "Because It Feels Good" and the upcoming "Read My Lips: A Complete Guide to the Vagina and Vulva." Carol Queen, Good Vibrations' staff sexologist, and Heather Corinna, creator of the teen sex advice website Scarleteen, also offered some input from the sex-ed trenches. Thank you's all around.
Now, (stylus) pencils out!"
Good Vibrations' Carol Queen Weighs in on the Function of Female Orgasm
"Decades of research have failed to answer the question of why the female orgasm exists -- and two recent conflicting studies on the subject have hardly changed that. Interestingly enough, though, both focus on a theory sure to anger some women: that their ability to climax is the mere byproduct of men's orgasm, which has a clear evolutionary purpose. We may not have proof of this one way or another, but it's worth exploring the potential cultural implications.
Carol Queen, a legendary staff sexologist at Good Vibrations, isn't convinced that the female climax is an inherently enigmatic creature. "The idea that women's orgasm is mysterious is simply cultural, and it has developed in a culture that actively refuses to give its youth good information about sexual functioning, especially arousal and pleasure, and which is loaded with subcultures and communities that actively encourage fear of sex, shame, body image issues, confusion about what sex 'means,' and other responses that distance people from sexual possibility and pleasure," she says. "The idea that women have a difficult time having access to pleasure, or scientists can't imagine why on earth that pleasure is valuable -- that's just another layer of icing on this icky cake."
SF Bay Guardian Blog
Hot sexy events: Good Vibrations Indie Erotic Film Festival in the SF Bay Guardian
"There are times to rejoice that we live in a city as alt-hot as we do, and this is one of them. Around the country, pornography theater might call up images of lonely men in trenchcoats – but in SF, it can mean a community celebration of sex positivity – and yeah, it's going to be hot.
The Indie Erotic Film Festival starts this weekend and continues to the middle of next week (Sat/17-Thu/22). The sweaty-palmed nights will include screenings of films, from Naked Sword to the works of Shine Louis Houston and the ever-fabulous short film competition, for which festival sponsor Good Vibrations has solicited snippets from around the world (New Zealand makes porn? Hooray!). New to skin flicking? Worry not because opening night of IXFF doubles as its own 101 course. Susie Bright, sex activist is putting her erotic film criticism to work for a showing of her American porn retrospective. She'll be speaking about the revolutionaries of pornography – maybe at the end of the festival you'll have learned other names she can add to her list."
Good Vibrations' High-Tech Vibe Raises Questions About Sex with Robots
"Now that I have a vibrator that can be hooked up to my computer, the stage is fully set for a robot takeover. The rapid progression of modern technology has long left me concerned about human-robot sex ethics, so you can imagine my initial concern when sex-positive San Fran toy shop Good Vibrations hooked me up with the Mia Rechargable Vibrator, a little purple lipstick vibe that PLUGS DIRECTLY INTO YOUR USB PORT to recharge. Now? Meet future.
The possibly humanity-destroying vibe comes in "Petal Pink," "Deep Rose" and "Black" and has four stimulation modes. And it's one small step between putting this thing in your vag and inviting our robot overlords to enslave us. So I hope you enjoy it.”
San Francisco Chronicle
Good Vibrations is a Bay Area Original
"Good Vibrations With locations in San Francisco and Berkeley, Good Vibrations sex shops have revolutionized the sex toy shopping experience. Here, sex expert Dr. Carol Queen examines a vibrator after leading a class for mothers."
San Francisco Brides Magazine
Good Vibrations Featured in S.F. Brides Bridal Guide
"Whether you're looking for a fun, intimate gift for your bridesmaids, or grown-up toys for you and your lover, Good Vibrations offer a wide selection of high quality products, education and information for pleasure, health, and empowerment."
San Francisco Chronicle
Traveling with Sex Toys 101
"The Transportation Safety Administration, whose job it is to consider fully such matters, has decreed that vibrators are OK. The TSA says whips, chains, leashes, restraints and manacles are OK, too. Any law-abiding citizen has the right to carry any such device onto an airplane.
"'They sell vibrators at Walgreens,' said Good Vibrations salesman Mike Korcek. 'You can't get more mainstream than that. Remember, vibrators have been around longer than airplanes.'"
Whips and leather floggers are legal. Do not back down, says Queen. A simple "that's my whip" should suffice. Above all, whether carrying a vibrator or a shaft or a love potion or a whip, maintain your dignity. You have rights. The law is on your side. Remember the reason you brought the item in the first place.
"'Sometimes after a hard flight,' said Queen, 'what a woman really needs to do is go to the hotel and plug in.'"
Essence Shares How To Have Hotter Nights with Good Vibrations
"MiMi Rechargeable Waterproof Vibrator ($79, Goodvibes.com): It fits in the palm of your hand, but this vibrator with five settings packs a lot of pleasure into a small package. 'It's feminine and classy. I really liked it a lot,' says Adele, 53, of Philadelphia. 'I used it by myself but I will be using it with a partner.'"
San Francisco Weekly Gives Two "Best Of" Awards to Good Vibrations
"Good Vibrations has been a San Francisco favorite since 1977 for good reason: It's always helped us learn about sex and sexuality outside of that yucky shameful place so many people put it, and it keeps us from taking it all too seriously. A great example is the annual Indie Erotic Film Festival, where the Good Vibes staff screens films from around the world depicting all variations of hotness in seven minutes or fewer.
Staff sexologist Dr. Carol Queen says the entries go way beyond amateur porn. "Instead of thinking of it as what your neighbors might do with a Handycam," she says, "think of it as what they might do if they had sophisticated equipment and the ability to storyboard their sex lives." And then there's the not-taking-it-all-too-seriously part. One of last year's entries was a sci-fi parody called The Filth Element. Another was a music video. Others depicted alternative takes on sexuality and relationships, including first-time same-sex encounters and a couple seeking a third person to join them.
The main event is preceded by an over-the-top party — last year's hosts were Queen and Peaches Christ, and there was mariachi music and burlesque dancers — as well as several days of indie erotica."
Sex Toy Safety Examined in Scientific American
Scientific American examines the dangers of sex toys and the surprising lack of regulation around them, due largely to the sense of shame still associated with their use. Good Vibrations was the first adult retailer to eliminate phthalates from their inventory, and has always prioritized education and safe product use.
"We take it for granted that our hair dryers won't send us to the emergency room and our toothbrushes won't make us go numb. Unfortunately, the same can't be said about sex toys. …Education and regulatory oversight are in short supply. One possible villain: phthalates, a group of controversial plastic-softeners on California's Proposition 65 list of toxic chemicals, which has been linked with cancer, neurological and reproductive issues. In 2006 Greenpeace organizations in the Netherlands and U.K. called for the European Union to ban phthalates in sex toys.
Some shops, including Good Vibrations in San Francisco and Smitten Kitten in Minneapolis, have stopped carrying products with phthalates. Others, such as Babeland in Seattle, have started providing customers with information about products' materials and alternatives."
Cosmo Lauds Stylish Vibrators
"Toys for Two: Alternate oral sex with vibrator strokes to his penis, or hold it in the palm of your hand as you stroke his shaft with your fingers, so your skin will convey the sensation to his penis, suggest Carol Queen, PhD, in-store sex educator at Good Vibrations, a sex-toy boutique in San Francisco."
New York Times
Vibrators Are Officially Mainstream
“For years, vibrators were bought quietly in sex shops, and later online, arriving in discreet unmarked packages. They were rarely discussed, other than perhaps during a late-night girl-talk session fueled by many glasses of pinot grigio. But now you can find them advertised on MTV and boldly displayed at Duane Reade, Walgreens and other mainstream drugstores, mere steps from the Bengay and Dr. Scholl’s.
Fleshbot Gushes Over "Gush"
"This is easily one of my favorite Pleasure-Ed videos. Dr. Queen doesn't overexplain things, her information is frequently summarized in subtitles, and there's enough dirty, squirty sex for those who don't give a damn about education. Maybe "Gush" isn't as hot and heavy as "Tristan Taormino's Expert Guide to Female Orgasms," but it's incredibly intimate, it comes with tons of thought-provoking extras, and frankly, it makes me want to run out and buy some towels and a Magic Wand for my lady."
Salon Consults Good Vibrations Sexologists on "Pegging" Piece
"Charlie Glickman, a Good Vibrations sex educator, told me that he believed "more heterosexual men are discovering prostate and anal play with their female partners than ever before." His colleague Carol Queen, a staff sexologist, says, "Lots of guys don't talk about [it], but do it anyway," and "plenty of heterosexual men include anal penetration in masturbation at least sometimes." In the years after her educational X-rated video "Bend Over Boyfriend" premiered in 1998, it was the shop's best-selling tape, and the top rental."
Red Tricycle Enjoys a Playdate at Good Vibrations
"You know it; you used to be hot stuff. After all, it's not a mystery how that baby got there. But after late night feedings, explosive diaper changes, and all of the other fun stuff that adorable bundle of joy came along with the last thing on your mind right now is most likely your Mojo. Well Good Vibrations, a San Francisco staple for over 30 years, thinks it's time to put the sexy back in Mommy. We agree. Get your girlfriends together and get out to one of these fun, after-hours mixers for moms who want to learn how to make pleasure a priority instead of a chore. Get a personalized store tour (with full scoop on the wide range of products) and a one-on-one consultation with Good Vibrations' staff sexologist Dr. Carol Queen. Often featuring a mommy author, it's a great way to spend a girl's night out. Check out their calendar for upcoming events."
Time Out Boston
Good Vibrations tops Boston's Best Sex Shop list in Time Out Boston
"Good Vibrations: For those timid about entering any sex shop, Good Vibrations is a great place to get started. Designed by women (but open to all), the store offers a well-lit, clean premises staffed by "sex educator sales associates" trained by two full-time sexuality PhDs who believe in "sex positivity" and that "sexual pleasure is everyone's birthright."
More Men Add Vibrators to their Sexy Tool Box
"It's only recently that sex toys became an accepted symbol of a man's sexual prowess. Once upon a time, vibrators were seen as posing a threat to masculinity -- something that might outperform, maybe even replace, men in the bedroom. But now they're seen as a useful item in a guy's toolbox, and many see them as no more emasculating than a power drill. It's not like 20-somethings are carrying around pocket vibes like condoms, but men are increasingly open to sharing the bed with them."
A Beautiful First Time
"I had never been in a sensuality shop before, and to attend the opening of a brand-new store in the Good Vibrations chain recently was breathtaking … to say the least. I walked in the door and was greeted by G-spot locators, waterproof vibrators, lickable body oil and oh so much more. …All in all it was a fabulous evening and it gave me the opportunity to revise my opinion of sex shops in general. I've never been a very judgmental person, but the thought of toy stores for adults did carry some negative connotations (mainly because they are typically located in less than desirable sections of town).
I am happy to say that I will never again feel even the slightest bit iffy about walking into a sex shop! My night at Good Vibes was a memorable experience that both entertained and enlightened me.
Jackie Strano Shares Valentine's Wisdom
"Jackie Strano, mother of three and married for 17 years, is the chief operating officer of Good Vibrations, the Coolidge Corner adult toy shop. They host "Mommies' Playdates" — an after-hours mixer to help mothers get reacquainted with their sexuality.
"Love is the power supreme. It rules everything. People should be more ruled by love than fear and then people would have a much better life. Bottom line is, it starts within, it starts with yourself. If you can learn to love yourself you can be a better person for everyone around you.'"
Better Sex Workout Consults Charlie Glickman of Good Vibrations
"Sex Sizzler: Kegels
How it Helps: "While the reason is still being studied, research has shown there is a direct correlation between well-toned PC muscles and the intensity of orgasms in both women and men", says Dr. Charlie Glickman, education manager for Good Vibrations. Many people find that keeping their PC muscles toned also increases the length of their orgasms, and some men find that their erections are also much firmer, he adds."
Show Yourself Some Love this Valentine's Day
"Don't wait for someone else to buy you a treat! Show yourself some love. Sweetheart I Rub My Duckie Junior Waterproof Vibrator, Complete with a Swarovski crystal beak jewel and a feather boa. Best bath toy ever? ($27, goodvibes.com)"
San Francisco Bay Guardian
Good Vibrations tops the Guardian's go-to list for local Valentine's gifts
"Blossom Organics Pure Pleasure Arousal Gel ($16) has amassed quite a following in the city — which shouldn't come as a surprise. After all, if you can't make a lube to light up San Franciscans' x's and o's, then we're going about it all wrong. Good Vibrations, Various SF locations. www.goodvibes.com"
NSFW Lesbosexy Sunday is Cupid, OK?
"If you are into things that taste good and sex, you could get your girlfriend/fuck-puppet something like this Sensual Sampler Kit for Valentine's Day, 'cause even if you break up on the 13th, you can still eat the chocolate, light the candles, and massage your puppy with the massage oil. And everybody loves chocolate. If you're rich, you can really make someone happy on Valentine's Day. If you're poor, you can still make someone happy, but it will take more emotional energy or one of the options described in Quick & Flirty $30 Gift Guide."
San FranciscoBay Times
Good Vibrations Grand Opening Party in the SF Bay Times
"Good Vibrations, making the world a sexier place with erotic toys and fun stuff for adults, just opened their newest boutique in the financial district at 899 Mission and 5th Streets, across from Bloomies department store. To celebrate, Good Vibes held a very festive grand opening on Jan. 29 with hundreds of guests mingling shoulder to shoulder. Inscribed over the front counter in script is the phrase: "Creating a buzz since 1977." … "This new store has been a long time coming, and we're very pleased and proud," said Jackie Strano, chief operating officer of GV. She said this store will put the brand out there to possibly a different clientele – including the various modes of sex education offered. She said it is also a good location where both lunchtime workers and tourists can feel comfortable shopping in an upscale, elegant store."
Grand Opening for Good Vibrations 5th Store
"On Saturday Good Vibrations held a grand opening celebration at its newest Bay Area location in downtown San Francisco's Union Square district. Camilla Lombard, Good Vibrations' event and publicity manager, told XBIZ that hundreds of well-wishers arrived, enjoyed drinks and hors d'ouevres and posed in the event's photo station, while staff sexologist Dr. Carol Queen honored founder Joani Blank, along with COO Jackie Strano and President Joel Kaminski…."
Bay Area Parent, East Bay
You Can't Remember the Last Time You Had Sex: GV helps Mom Out of the Trap
"I felt completely un-sexual following the birth of my first child. Having been chewed on or thrown up on all day by my daughter, I fought off any physical advance in the evening, whether it was the dog looking for a friendly pat on the head or my husband looking for some hot action in the bedroom. This common feeling can become a trap when parents continue to ignore their sexual relationship because they fele too tired, overwhelmed or unattractive. …Good Vibrations recently launched Mommy Playdates to help moms put the spice back into their sex lives." "
How to take charge of your sexual pleasure on Betty Confidential
“For tips for women who want to own their own pleasure, we turned to Good Vibrations (www.goodvibes.com) Staff Sexologist Dr. Carol Queen (and by the way is that not the most awesome job title EVER?). Then, they offered us a prize pack to give away – HOLLA! DR. CAROL QUEEN SAYS: ‘Practice on your own! The number one tip sex therapists usually give women who aren't reliably orgasmic is to learn their own responses during solo sex. With or without a vibrator or other toy, this is your lab for learning the fine points of what gets you going. Once you know, you can guide a partner through hints or direct spelling-it-out so you both know you're on the right track.’”
Valentine's Day is Coming and Good Vibes is here to Help!
"Valentine's Day is mere weeks away. This is your chance to show your other half that she/he is indeed loved. It is never too early to begin planning out the surprises. Fortunately for you a Dulce de Lover Kit from Good Vibrations is up for grabs! In exchange for your Valentine's Day stories you will be entered for a chance to win a Dulce de Lover Kit pack from Good Vibrations!"
Good Vibes Helps Green Your Sex Life in the Huffington Post
"Eco-Sex starts with your relationship to your own body. In order to seduce (and allow yourself to be seduced) it always helps to begin with feeling beautiful.…My favorite sustainability-friendly sex shop is the luxury-laden Coco de Mer (in London, New York City, and LA). I also adore old pros Good Vibrations in San Fran."
Betty Confidential Recommends Good Vibrations for Women-Friendly Porn
""…for those who enjoy visiting the erotic world from time to time, or would like to give it a try – whether it's for pleasure, educational purposes or to explore fantasies – it can be hard to wade through the plethora of male-targeted content to find quality books and movies made with women's interests in mind.
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