Think Pink: Your Vibrator Purchase Benefits Living Beyond Breast Cancer


Inspire is a collection of thoughtfully designed products aimed at improving the lives of women on their journey for heightened sexual experiences.

A portion of proceeds from Inspire products always benefits Living Beyond Breast Cancer (LBBC), a non-profit that provides programs and services to those affected by breast cancer. In honor of breast cancer awareness month, the manufacturer of the line, CalExotics, is doubling their regular donation! Double the proceeds from each sale of Inspire will go to LBBC to continue the fight and help women take control of their sexual health.

Here are some of the Inspire items we here at love the most. Like all of our powered items, they are all rechargeable, waterproof, and backed by a manufacturer’s warranty:


Inspire Flickering Intimate Arouser
Inspire Flickering Intimate Arouser

This oscillating arouser was designed to enhance intimate sensitivity, and offers 10 functions of vibration, pulsation and escalation. The ergonomically curved handle ends in a silky silicone cup that houses a soft flickering tongue-like tip for incredible sensations and full-contact arousal.

Inspire Vibrating G-Wand Bendable Massager
Inspire Vibrating G-Wand Bendable Massager

The Vibrating G-Wand offers a bulbous tip to strengthen the pelvic floor, and 10 functions of vibration, pulsation and escalation to help increase circulation and blood flow. The shaft flexes and bends for multi-directional positioning, making sure that you’ll always hit the right spot.

Inspire Vibrating Ultimate Wand
Inspire Vibrating Ultimate Wand

The Ultimate Wand is a vibrating massager you can use to increase circulation and decrease muscle pain anywhere on the body, as well as an intimately sensual personal stimulator. Dressed in premium silicone, it offers 10 functions of vibration, pulsation and escalation.

Inspire Silicone Dilator Kit
Inspire Silicone Dilator Kit

Dilator therapy is an at-home treatment known to restore and revive vaginal strength and comfort by gradually allowing the user to comfortably reduce pelvic floor muscle tension by training those muscles to relax. The Inspire Dilator Kit contains a range of different sized dilators to allow for appropriate size and progression of treatment over time at your own pace.

Looking to get your groove on?

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“You ALWAYS Have To Be Right!”

In my experience, when you are arguing with someone and they say something like, “You always have to be right!” in an angry tone, it usually means that you ARE right.

The arguer is so mad at themselves for being wrong, but they’ve taken it too far to back down, then they get frustrated and can’t think of a better comeback.

It must be frustrating for people dealing with someone who is usually right when they are usually wrong 😉

Seriously, though, why is this meant to be an insult? Isn’t it a blessing to have someone in your life who can help you out by having the answer to just about any issue you have? Someone who cares to learn and research and keep up with what’s going on in the world?

The next time someone throws that supposed insult at me, I’m just going to give them a jaunty “Thank you!” and be done with them.



4 Things Nobody Tells You About Sex After 35


I thought this article from Oprah by  Alice Oglethorpe was pretty great, so I thought I’d repost it for you ladies:


You may think sex stays the same until menopause, but shifts that start around your mid-30s can have a huge impact on what goes on in between the sheets—for better and for, well, not so good.

The “Dirty-30s” Aren’t Guaranteed

We’ve all heard that women hit their sexual peak starting in their late 30s and extending up to their early 40s, but that may not be true for everyone.

Why: “Many women are surprised to hear that their testosterone, the hormone of desire, starts to decline as early as in their 20s,” says Leah S. Millheiser, MD, director of the Female Sexual Medicine Program at Stanford Health Care. “But every woman experiences a drop of up to 50 percent in her testosterone levels between her 20s and 50s.” You know about the factor that’s coming next, but it’s worth a reminder: The stresses of life in your 30s (work, family, friends and when, exactly, are you supposed to fit in exercise again?) also interfere with this in-my-sexual-prime ideal. “Women are sexually plastic, meaning their desire is more impacted by outside factors than men’s,” says Millheiser. In other words, when life gets crazy, your sex drive goes to sleep.

(Indigo Honey Tip: ON Libido can help boost your T levels naturally.)


There May Be an Unexpected Culprit Causing Your Dryness

It’s not just your naturally declining testosterone—it’s your choice of contraception.

Why: You’re more likely to use some form of birth control as you progress from your 20s to your 40s, according to a report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which found that 75.3 percent of women 40 to 44 years old were using contraception, compared with 69.7 percent of 30-to-34-year-olds and 58.3 percent of 20-to-24-year-olds. If it happens to be the pill (28 percent of all women using birth control opt for that method, found the same CDC report), your testosterone is taking another hit. “Birth control pills stop you from ovulating, which lowers testosterone, and also increase a protein that binds testosterone, meaning there’s less of it freely flowing in your blood stream,” says Alyssa Dweck, MD, assistant clinical professor in the department of obstetrics, gynecology and reproductive science at Mount Sinai School of Medicine. “So you’ll feel dryer during sex, which can make it not-so-comfortable.” There’s a simple solution, though: add a lubricant to the mix. You can also talk to your gynecologist about switching to an IUD, which doesn’t have the same effect on testosterone levels.

(Indigo Honey Tip: Add a quality lubricant designed for women to supplement your natural moisture.)


The Magic Number Is Lower Than You Think

You can stop putting pressure on yourself to make time for twice- or thrice-weekly date nights.

Why: Couples reported peak happiness when they were having sex once per week, according to a recent study in Social Psychological and Personality Science. Researchers looked at data from more than 30,000 people and found that while having sex less frequently than that was linked to lower well-being, happiness leveled off at once a week—meaning twice-weekly sex didn’t make people twice as happy. So anytime you hear that sex gets less frequent as you get older and that that can put a strain on your relationship (hence the date nights), remember that once a week may be all you need.


That Thing You’re After Won’t Feel So Hard to Reach

Orgasms become easier for women as we age, according to results from the National Survey of Sexual Health and Behavior.

Why: Because by this point, you’ll have learned how to do it. “Men orgasm when they ejaculate—it’s more of a mechanical process—but when women orgasm their brains have to get into it,” says Dweck. “So many women in their 20s are still focusing on intercourse as a key to orgasming; it can take until your mid-30s to realize what combination of touch and thought process will get you where you want to go.”

(Indigo Honey Tip: Try a clitoral stimulating product to make it even easier to reach the big O.)