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Sex toys and sexual wellness products have been around for a long, long time. Recently, a 28,000-year-old phallus was found in Germany which is quoted as being the oldest known ‘sex toy’ ever found. Many millennia later, objects clearly designed as sex toys are still veiled behind euphemisms and tongue-in-cheek marketing. In today’s day and age, talking about sex toys still remains taboo, especially in India. Taking care of your own sexual pleasure is an essential aspect of self-care, and unfortunately, is one that’s often overlooked. Using sex toys and accessories can boost your confidence, help you draw boundaries, increase your sex drive, and help you create a more satisfying sex life – be it with or without a partner! Today, you can find a wide variety of sexual wellness products including sex toys for women, sex toys for men and to spice things up with a partner, there are sex toys for couples too!
To do this, we have collaborated with Dr. Tanaya Narendra, popularly known as Dr. Cuterus. She is an internationally trained medical professional and award-winning content creator with close to 1 million followers on Instagram. Her content focuses on busting sex-related myths, and creating candid, engaging, & informative conversations around routinely “shushed” topics.
To help guide you in the journey of sexual exploration, Love Depot and Dr Tanaya bring to you a video series on all things pleasure – The Pleasure School Ft. Dr Cuterus. We’re taking on educational topics on sex toys and sexual wellness. In the first video, talk about busting myths and misconceptions when it comes to sex toys.
Even though sex and masturbation are natural and essential acts, they’re often misunderstood and demonized by society. Over the years, we’ve made great strides in de-stigmatizing casual sex, but we still have a long way to go when it comes to masturbation and the use of sex toys.
At the end of the day, we can all benefit from sex toys and regular masturbation, regardless of our relationship status or the quality of our sex life. Sex toys aren’t just meant for soloists; they can also help people in relationships! You can use sex toys to learn more about your own sexuality or enhance your intimacy with a partner. Watch our video on Busting Common Misconceptions and Sex Toy Myths with Dr. Cuterus to know more! Stay tuned to our blog to read more about educational topics on sex toys and sexual wellness, and if you’re in the mood too try something new, head over to the storefront to explore our wide range of toys, accessories, lubes and more!
Dr. Tanaya is an internationally trained medical doctor, gynaec-in-training, and award-winning creator who is passionate about sexual and reproductive health. Her informative & relatable content puts the ‘fun’ into fundamental sex-ed!
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