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Lubricant

Sex should be hot, satisfying and messy. Which is why you can never, ever have too much lube. Lubrication prevents friction, increases pleasure and can even produce novel sensations. A little sex lube also makes condoms less likely to tear and prevents pain during anal sex. Lubricants can be water-based, silicone-based or oil-based and are used to reduce friction in your "working parts." Learn which lube is the best for your favorite sexual act.

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Silicone lube is slick, stays where you put it and a little dab will do ya! Here's why silicone lube deserves a place of honor on your nightstand!

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Is glycerin in lube a bad thing? It's often listed as something to avoid when it comes to making sexy times more slippery, but why is that?

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Looking to change up your self-love routine? Here are 7 ways you can use lube to spice things up for yourself!

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Zero-calorie dessert during sex? Welcome to the world of flavored lubricants! Here are seven fun ways to use flavored lubricant!

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If the first version was so great, why change it? Or asked another way, how did Aneros improve on prostate perfection? They took vibrating pleasure to the next level.

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Experts tell us the key to good anal – not merely tolerable anal – is patience and conscientious preparation. Taking certain steps ahead of time can go a long way towards truly enjoying butt stuff.

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Want to try weed lube but don't live in a state where recreational marijuana is legal? There are other options.

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Wetter sex is better sex - but only if you pick the right lube for the job. We provide the details on which lube is best for every sexual scenario.

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A few drops of lubricant can make everything you do in the bedroom even better - if you choose the right product for your purposes. Here are some tips on how to do that.

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Lubricants have come a long way over the last couple of decades. Here's what you need to know about lubes!

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Do you itch or burn during sex? It could be your lubricant. Read this to find out if your lube is hurting you.

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Our reviewer tried out four top selling lubricants from Wet. Find out which she liked the best.

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