EPISODE 19: SEX TOYS 101 -- LUBE WITH SUNNY RODGERS

Not to be an alarmist, but if you’re not using lube during sex, you are asking for a world of trouble. And friction.

On this episode, we learn all about the different types of lube, how to know if it’s FDA approved and why you should be using lube every time you have penetrative sex.

We also learn a fun, at home science experiment that will tell you exactly which lube will work best with your body. We find out why petroleum jelly is a disaster for your ecosystem and we learn what product in your pantry can work as lube in an emergency. Hint: It’s commonly used to thicken soup.

Everything you’ve ever wanted to know about lube is in this episode.

As Part 2 of my 4-Part series on pleasure products, we get all the answers and so much more from my friend and colleague, the Sex Toy Concierge Sunny Rodgers. Sunny is a clinical sexologist, a certified sex coach, a sex educator and she works in a sex toy factory!

She’s like the Willy Wonka of orgasms!!!

In this episode, Sunny offers a brilliant way for you check the pH balance of your vagina and then how to pair it with a lube that aligns perfectly with your pH. Here is her lube brand pH chart below.

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PRODUCTS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE

Here is a link to the Replens vaginal moisture product that Sunny recommends.

Here is a link to the Wicked Sensual Care lube that Sunny recommends.

Here is a link to one of my favorite lubes, Aloe Cadabra.

Here is a link to my other favorite lube, Sliquid Organic

You can find Sunny Rodgers on Instagram @SunsplashRodgers

On Twitter @SunnyRodgers

For sex coaching or personalized sex toy recommendations from Sunny Rodgers, contact her HERE.

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