The sex toy market has boomed over the last decade, which is brilliant in terms of our levels of satisfaction and sexual wellness. But it can make picking something to try pretty daunting. Websites full of brightly coloured silicon phalluses might feel off putting if you're new to sex toy shopping. We've put together a list of products to consider trying if this Valentine's Day you'd like to make things a little raunchier than usual. You can trust our independent reviews. We may earn commission from some of the retailers, but we never allow this to influence selections, which are formed from real-world testing and expert advice.
So you've been struck by Cupid's golden arrow and have fallen for the man of your dreams. And now that Valentine's Day is almost here, you want to buy a thoughtful gift to show how much you care about him. But with so many options to choose from, you have no idea what to buy. To help you out, we've compiled a list of Valentine's gift ideas for just about every type of guy. But what about the ladies? Don't worry, we also have a guide to Valentine's Day gifts for her.
22 Harmless Gifts That Won't Freak Out Your New Boyfriend
Hey, sometimes buying gifts for someone else feels times better than it does buying something for yourself. But in all honesty, when it comes to men that you are romantically interested in; be careful. You may think buying and giving gifts nothing big, but, it does matter; especially when you are only dating and not sure if he is committed to you.
Valentine's Day and New Year's Eve and pretty similar. They're both made up holidays, they're both associated with smooching, and they both never tend to go as planned. But that's OK, because what matters the most about V Day is that you spend it with people you love and who love you back. Having a reservation at the most romantic corner table in the fanciest restaurant is just icing on the fake-holiday cake. Here, to help inspire your own plans, 17 women share their favorite Valentine's Day dates so far — ranging from dinner dates on a nightstand to chocolates spread on hotel beds.