This month, as Cal Exotics Sexperts™, we were sent another great product to review. Just a reminder, each product is rated, by our testers (2 couples), using The Love Bird’s Feathers Rating Scale™:
1= “Not so hot” to
5= “VERY, VERY HOT!”
“The hotter the product is, the more feathers it will take to cool you off!”
The new product we received is called the Platinum Edition Butterfly Kiss™. CalExotics’ #1 selling butterfly just went platinum! It is a new version of the original best-selling Butterfly Kiss™ vibrator. This vibrator is not only powerful, it is also sensually designed with a delicately shaped G-spot stimulator. It even has fluttering wings and tantalizing antennae that are designed to stimulate the clitoris.
The Butterfly Kiss™ has nine intense functions of vibration, pulsation, and escalation and comes with easy push button control. It is 7 1/2″ total length with 3 ½ inches (insertable length) and 1¼ inches across at it’s widest point. It is waterproof, body free (hypoallergenic), unscented and phthalate free, which we really like.
The Butterfly Kiss™ is available in three colors: blue, purple, and pink (the one we are showing). It requires two AAA batteries, which are not included. Use water based lubricant with this vibe. Cleans easily with soap and water or a toy cleaner. These types of soft jelly-like vibrators tends to pick up a lint, so we recommend keeping it in a storage bag or pouch to keep it safe.
The manufacturer’s suggested retail price is $23.99. The Butterfly Kiss™ is actually listed as a best seller on many of the online stores!
So, how did our testers rate the Platinum Edition Butterfly Kiss™? Watch the video below to find out! Get yours now for $16.83!
This is some pretty dangerous information that we’re about to share, so we’re asking the guys who read this to use just a little restraint.
You see, from our experience and our research, we’ve learned that sex isn’t just a healthy activity for committed adults — the health benefits are actually very wide-ranging and address several critical areas of our health. Now, it’s not that we’re reluctant to share it. It’s just that we don’t want the information about the healthy benefits of sex to be, well, misused. So, we’ve made a list of some of the things we’d prefer not to hear about or see as a result of this blog:
We don’t want to see dating site profiles to lead with the line “Save a life — go out with me.”
We don’t want to hear about guys pleading with their significant others when they say they are too tired for sex by saying, “Come on, honey. You don’t want me to DIE, do you?”
We don’t want to see YouTube video blogs from guys slated “Deathwatch: Day 20 Without Sex.”
And, no, we won’t write you a prescription for sex that you can take home to your partner. So, please, don’t ask.
With that out of the way, here are some pretty darn amazing health facts about sex that will make men in relationships feel good and single men run out to get a makeover.
- Heart Attacks – According to a recent study from Queens University in Belfast, Ireland, men who have sex three or more times a week can cut their risk of heart attack in half. In addition, that same study also concluded that a steady diet of the horizontal mambo will slice their risk of having a stroke in half, as well. The only element we find peculiar about the study is that with all of the ways we use sex to sell cars, corn chips and even hamburgers in the U.S., how is it they figured this out in Ireland before we did?
- Prostate Cancer – Yes. we know that heart attack, stroke and prostate cancer are not the kinds of terms one might be used to seeing in a blog about sex, but science is science, folks. And some recent science states that frequent ejaculations, especially in 20-something men, may lower the risk of getting prostate cancer later in life. According to a study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association , men who had 21 or more ejaculations during the course of a month were less likely to develop prostate cancer than those who had only between four and seven ejaculations in the same time period. Now, you don’t necessarily need a partner in order to achieve those same health benefits, so just make sure you’ve got good virus protection on your computer if you need to go with a digital solution, okay?
- Weight Loss – Every time we see weight loss program commercials on TV, we can’t help but wonder how much longer will it be before someone uses sex to sell those, too. After all, a 30-minute dance between the sheets will typically burn about 200 calories, about the same amount as spending 30 minutes on the treadmill. Comparatively, however, sex tends to work a variety of different muscle groups, as well. So, it’s not just about the cardio — it might be more helpful with those abs, too.
- Sick Days or Sex Days? – Those friendly and helpful scientists at Wilkes University in Pennsylvania discovered that sex once or twice a week can boost your immune system by 30 percent. So, when you start to run out of sick days at work, maybe you should set up some “wellness visits” with your partner. Now, if only hotel rooms were covered by health insurance.
So guys, please, use this information with some discretion. We don’t want to get phone calls from your partners asking us if we’re the ones who told you that you needed more sex or else you’d get sick. Besides, if that’s all the game you’ve got, you have a lot more worries than your health, okay dude?
In a recent UCLA study, researchers found that pre-marital doubt, especially among women, predicts less marital satisfaction and higher divorce rates. We totally agree with this study and often see the unfortunate results in our practice. We see some couples that married for all the wrong reasons, had doubts before getting married and, unfortunately, ignored them.
For instance, sometimes they tell us they got married because getting married is what they were supposed to do. Or they married their partner because he/she was the type of person they should marry. Others say they married assuming that their concerns/doubts would eventually just go away or they would one day be okay with something that bothered them in the relationship.
If you are engaged and have doubts or concerns, this doesn’t mean you should end the relationship. Instead, like the researchers suggest, seriously explore and discuss your concerns with your partner. If you need help with this, please feel free to contact us.
University of California – Los Angeles (2012, September 13). Should I marry him? If you’re having doubts, don’t ignore them, psychology study suggests. ScienceDaily. Retrieved September 18, 2012, from http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2012/09/120913173324.htm?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+sciencedaily%2Fmind_brain%2Frelationships+%28ScienceDaily%3A+Mind+%26+Brain+News+–+Relationships%29
You don’t need a couple of PhDs in sexology to tell you that good sex between consenting adults can be fun and fulfilling. But you might not know about all the ways sex can make you healthier, as well.
In fact, there are SO many health benefits, we had to split our revelations into two blogs — one for women and one next week for men. So, let’s get started. The sooner you know these secrets, the sooner you can start your workouts (maybe even tonight!).
- Got Cramps? – Many women complain of severe menstrual cramps every month, and their usual habit is to wait until they have them and then take an over-the-counter medication to combat them. In most cases, they experience little relief. But what if we told you that what you’re doing in between periods can help prevent that severe cramping? Well, we’ve got an app for that. It’s called sex. When a woman achieves orgasm, her uterus contracts and spasms as part of the experience. That expels many cramp-causing chemicals and compounds from the uterus. If you have sex often enough, you’ll begin to see your cramps becoming less severe and more manageable.
- Want a Shorter Period? – Uterine contractions via orgasm aren’t just good for reducing cramps, but also the length of your period altogether. The contractions help rid the body of blood and tissue more quickly, helping to end your period faster.
- Want More Regular Periods? – Endocrinologists on the research staff at Columbia and Stanford universities recently performed a study that revealed women who had sex at least once per week were having more regular menstrual cycles as compared to those who had sex every so often. Establishing a once-a-week “date night” with your partner just uncovered a hidden benefit.
- Bladder Control Problems? – Sex strengthens the pelvic floor muscles that control the flow of urine. Kegel exercises that occur naturally during sex will result in women having much better bladder control. That doesn’t mean you couldn’t do some extra Kegels in the car while you’re driving home, too. They are as good for increasing pleasure in sex as they are for enhancing your bladder control.
- Want a Better Relationship? – Sexual contact, especially when it results in orgasms, releases a hormone called oxytocin, also known as the “love hormone.” It helps people feel closer and more intimate, and helps solidify the bonds of a romantic relationship. So, yeah, we guess we’re saying that good sex brings people closer together. I know that’s a no-brainer, but we just thought it was cool there is a scientific basis for it.
So, don’t just have sex because it makes you feel good — have sex MORE because it makes you healthy.