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The newest sexual wellness products for menopause you need to know about

Being in the sexual wellness space and having a very data-oriented product, I come across a variety of different products and services that can improve sex, intimacy, and pleasure. They can help alone or in tandem with medications and procedures.

Wanting to see more conversation about the many options that are out there, I’ve made this article summarizing some of the less-known, but amazing 21st-century products made to make sex (and life) better for midlife, menopause and beyond.

What is Sensation Play? How to engage your 5 senses to heighten sex and intimacy

Before we learn how to talk, we are already experiencing the world through our senses. As we grow up and have more things that occupy our minds, the sensations that shape our experiences become afterthoughts.

Becoming aware of the different feelings and sensations can help keep you in the present and heighten intimacy. And yes, this awareness can also help you have better sex and pleasure (and orgasms, too).

That’s where sensation play comes in — it’s the act of engaging your senses in different ways to heighten your pleasure. These senses come in all shapes and forms, from visual to auditory to tactile. Learn more about how to incorporate sensation play into your routine.

What's the difference between indica and sativa?

Since our first article on cannabis and orgasms, we’ve gotten a lot more questions about how cannabis affects sex and orgasms. Something that surprised me was that even some regular cannabis users did not pay much attention to the differences between indica, sativa, and hybrids. There are thousands of varieties of cannabis plants out there that can produce different effects for different people. We wanted to take a peek at the potential of some of the differences.

How to have faster orgasms

Imagine this: there’s something, somewhere, that will enable you to have an orgasm in under a minute. Sound desirable? You’re not alone. Many people are intrigued by the offer of fast, guaranteed orgasms. Almost like an Amazon Prime Now for orgasms: Same day delivery.

But is faster always better? Not always. That may be surprising, but I’ll explain what I mean with accounts from real people, and real data from those people.

Finally, if—after putting “faster” into perspective—it’s still what you’re going after, we’ll give some tips on how to get there and achieve your fastest orgasm.

How to have the best orgasm? Examples, data, and charts of real orgasms

One of the more common questions we get from people about our experience at Lioness is if we’ve found a particular quality that gets you the so-called best orgasm ever. This is sometimes asked in a couple different ways, such as whether having a more intense orgasm is better, if a faster orgasm (under a minute! 30 seconds!) is better, or even whether a “super” orgasm is better. Or any <insert the blank> quality, for that matter ...

Let’s look at real examples of strong/fast/slow/long/quick orgasms from people I’ve asked who have the Lioness Vibrator, a vibrator and app that can actually show you your own arousal and orgasm. (Confused? You’ll see in a minute.)

I Tried CBD Lube and It Saved My Orgasms From My Stress

Hi friends. A few weeks ago, I wrote about the best and longest orgasm I ever had using the weed lube, Foria Pleasure, and our Lioness smart vibrator.  Since then, I’ve gotten a lot of questions about Foria’s non-THC counterpart lube, Foria Awaken, since the THC version is only available in certain states and some people can’t risk THC entering their bloodstream. Well, I too was curious about the magic of CBD lube especially with all the CBD craze going. The conclusion? I tried the THC-free CBD lube and it saved my orgasms. Let me explain.