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Getting Creative with Kinky Sex Toys

by Step Tranovich on June 15, 2023

When some folks consider kink, they often picture whips, handcuffs, ball gags, and blindfolds. They think high-gloss black leather. Bondage. Dungeons.

And kink can look like that… for some.

But when it comes down to it, kinky sex play can be any mutually pleasurable sexual activity considered by society to be outside the “norm”—or even just outside the realm of your typical sexual experience.

What Does Kinky Sex Look Like?

BDSM is kink. We’ll give you that. Those dom and sub relationships you’re imagining? The extended exploration of the interplay between pleasure and pain? Kinky as hell.

But voyeurism and exhibitionism also count as kink. Role playing and dirty talk count as kink. Breath play. Temperature play. The worship of various unsung erogenous zones. They all count. In fact, kinky sex can be any outside-the-box activity that sparks your curiosity, strengthens your intimate connections, and brings you sexual pleasure.

How About Kinky Sex Toys?

Can sex toys be kinky, too? 
Heck, yeah!
While some sex toys are marketed specifically as kinky sex toys—from the aforementioned whips and handcuffs to blindfolds, ball gags, and riding crops—we think kink is about getting creative with whatever you’ve got. 
Which means any sex toy can be a kinky sex toy.

 

Sex Toys for Sensation Play

To give an example, all of our toys are fantastic for sensation play, thanks to their varied surface textures, their unique shapes, and their range of vibratory intensities and rhythms. How many things might you do with those tentacles, those protruding ears, and your monster’s other playful appendages? How many body parts might thrill at their touch?

 

Sex Toys for Power Play

Interested in edging and power play? Use any of our toys to bring your partner to the brink again and again, teasing them, pulling back, and perhaps bringing them to orgasm…when you’re both ready.

 

Sex Toys for the Exhibitionist

Want to give exhibitionism a try? With their outsized personalities, our cute little fuckers love putting on a show. Use a toy while masturbating in front of a partner. Maybe they’ll eventually join in? Totally up to you.

These are just a few examples, and they’re all pretty simple.

But simple or not, they all totally count as kinky sex play.

 

Celebrating Kink During Pride Month 🏳‍🌈

Kink is about thinking creatively. It’s about remaining curious and approaching sex play with that beginner’s mindset: the sense that there’s always something new to discover.

We bring it up now—during Pride Month of all months—because we feel that this sense of sexual liberation is also integral to Pride. 

Approaching sexuality with openness and affirmation and curiosity and a sense of celebration is such an  important part of queerness, and that connection between kink and queerness is something we value. During a month that stands in opposition to sexual shame and social stigma, kink in particular says:

“Hey. I’m a sexual being. Sexuality is an integral part of the human experience. And this is what that looks like for me.”

“This is who I am.”

If you’re interested in exploring kink, know that there are infinite possibilities out there.

And if you want to incorporate some kinky sex toys into your sex play? We got you.

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