Sexual Advice Column at Cara Sutra

Get Sex Tips & Sex Toy Advice from Cara Sutra

sex tips and sex toys adviceI’ll be providing the best sex tips, giving sex toy advice, calming concerns and presenting guides on how to help you make the most of your love life in this new column here at CaraSutra. Whether you’re single, with a partner/partners or venturing into the world of orgasms with sex toys, you’ll find the answers you’re looking for here.

Whatever your sexuality, preferences or experience, I’ll be able to use my years of knowledge about the sex industry, sex toys as well as calling on personal experience to help you reach the maximum pleasure you can personally achieve.

No hocus pocus – just pleasure focus!

Ask me about:

  • Sex Toys
  • Lubricants
  • Massagers
  • Libido Enhancers
  • Breast Pumps, Pussy Pumps, Penis Pumps
  • Role Play
  • Lingerie
  • Prostate & the male G Spot
  • Sexuality preferences
  • Sex positions, foreplay and much more…

If you want to have a question or three answered, it’s easy. Just email me here and send me your question. You don’t have to put a real name if you wish to remain anonymous. Looking forward to hearing from you all!


Some sex tips and advice articles by Cara Sutra you may enjoy:

Advice about buying your first sex toy

Absolute beginner’s guide to bondage

Maintaining a sexy relationship when you’ve got kids

Beginner’s anal sex tips & anal sex toys guide

Is it ok to be a slut?

Busting sex toy myths about ceramic, metal & glass dildos

Use the search box above if you have a question about a particular issue, or comment below if there’s something I haven’t covered yet.

I’ve also written advice articles outside CaraSutra. Here’s a few excerpts.

Hey guys: using anal sex toys won’t ‘turn you gay’ – for Save My Blushes

Sex toys are made to fill, stimulate and pleasure anatomical parts and nerve endings. Sex toys are not made for genders or sexualities. Sex toys do not care if you identify as a man, woman or other; they don’t care if you’re straight, bi, gay or not quite sure yet.

If you have a vagina, you can use a vaginal dildo or vibrator. Clitoris-owner? Try a bullet vibrator, a magic wand or other clitoral toy. Look down your top. See nipples? Hey, you can use nipple clamps or nipple suckers. Packing your own cock and balls in your pants? How about trying a masturbation sleeve, or cock rings for your own pleasure or shared with a sex partner. If you’re kink-inclined, you might even try a chastity device or other cock cage.

Now we reach the butt. As I said before, we all have one, right? Quick check. Right. Good news: that means you can use anal sex toys!

Don’t judge a sex toy by its price tag – for the LELO sex toys blog

Your pleasure is worth investing in, both in terms of price and your time spent on pre-purchase research. Don’t be fooled: it’s a false economy to purchase a poor quality sex toy every few weeks because it keeps falling apart. Do your research, go after what you want, and you will be able to safely navigate the oceans of the sex toys market.

Once you decide to buy a sex toy, look beyond the price tag. Don’t spend your hard earned cash on the first high priced vibrator or dildo you see simply because you believe you will get what you pay for. Consider the other all-important factors we’ve discussed and you will be more likely to get a sex toy that will give you regular pleasure for years to come, pride of place in a quick-grab collection of your very own.




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