April Showers

Wednesday, 30 March 2016

Winter is fading into spring and there is hope in the longer sunny days. A lot of our listeners have been enjoying our newest spring titles and we will have four new exciting experiences coming in  April centered around  the theme of April Showers—we thought it more appropriate than the other logical choice—April Fools! Spoiler Alert: Essemoh is going to make sure you are very wet!

If you can't wait, we would like to recommend these titles to whet your appetite: For men: Splash- Jezebel is a squirter and she delivers plenty of rain in this one or perhaps the women might prefer Orgasm Surrender in this intense experience they may end up  being the ones providing the showers.

Female ejaculation is a controversial subject and has dedicated cheerleaders on both sides of the coin. At The Manor we are firm believers in the ‘Yes, it is real!’ camp. Through years of combined experiences, questionnaires and comments from listeners, we know it is a very real thing indeed.

Here is some more information from the upcoming Owner’s Manual that Genevieve has been working on:

Squirt, gush, trickle. ‘I am sooo wet for you’ takes on a new meaning with female ejaculation. Is it real? I don’t do it, is there something wrong with me? Will my partner freak out? Am I simply wetting the bed?

A lot of discussion about the elusive G-Spot and female ejaculation has been confusing for many.

Here’s what you need to know:

Yes, it is very real. If you are with a new partner you may want to give a heads up in case they have not encountered this glorious experience before.

No, you are not wetting the bed. Although ejaculate samples have shown trace amounts of urine in secretions and new ultrasound findings have shown the bladder opening and sometimes emptying during orgasm, the primary component of female ejaculate is thought to be plasma.  It is further suggested that a fluid comes from the Skene glands (small channels that drain into the urethra) and is similar to male prostate fluid. Some believe these glands are similar to the male prostate and PSA, produced in men by the prostate gland, is more commonly associated with male ejaculate, where its presence helps sperm to swim. In females, PSA is produced mainly by the Skene glands.

If you have not ejaculated there is nothing “wrong’ with you. All women are different in their reactions to arousal and climax. Women that do ejaculate most frequently comment that G-spot stimulation is responsible. It may be during intercourse, manual stimulation, or if you are a “serial’ squirter, through any type of stimulation. Fun Fact: It is thought that redheads are genetically predisposed to squirting. Although it may be urban legend, it is possible that it has something to do with their pain/ pleasure receptors sensitivity.

Can I learn how to ejaculate?

Yes! Practice on yourself. (PUT DOWN A TOWEL BENEATH YOU)Try your fingers first.  Slide them inside your vagina search for a small patch of spongy flesh. Press on it, rub it, and manipulate until you feel as though you might urinate. This is normal and you will not lose control of your bladder. Once you have found your G-Spot continue to stimulate it until your reach orgasm. Curling your fingers in a ‘come hither’ motion is the most popular method for stimulation. As with any new sensation a certain amount of fear and trepidation can interfere with orgasm. Keep practicing, work with your partner and try some of the many toys available today designed specifically for the G Spot.

If you would like to learn more, check out Directed G Spot Masturbation : Finding the Sweet Spot,  a DEV© experience made especially for exploring this subject.

Travelling Mattress pads

Dehydration- Always hydrate before (if possible), during, and after a sexual experience. Dehydration can have serious consequences. If you enjoy sport drinks one may be prudent, but not necessary. A glass of fruit juice followed by water, water, water is best. Feelings of sluggishness, muscle cramps and general malaise may follow a particularly wet experience.

Nappy Rash- common with women who ejaculate and end up lying in a puddle for hours. An antibiotic cream or an acne medication with salicylic acid can be used to dry up the bumps. While embarrassing, not contagious. Again, remember why you have contracted this nuisance malady and keep smiling.

Mattress Protector: Once you have discovered female ejaculation is it recommended that you purchase a good quality water proof mattress pad. Some women ejaculate quite a bit of fluid and you will not want to soak your mattress through. Have pad will travel? Always go for the 2 queens in a hotel rather than the King. One bed for fun, one bed for sleep. Just in case you’ve forgot your mattress pad!

We are also hoping to soon test a new product from Sheets of San Francisco that claims to actually repel fluids. If this works, it will save a lot of laundry and a lot of mattresses. Now if they could only make a laptop protector!

If you haven’t had the chance to save with our new DEV MOD Bundle packs what are you waiting for? Our latest modules in these tech and time savvy experiences include Anal,  All Fingers and Taken from Behind.

DEV MOD is a great way to experience all the best DEV© has to offer within a shorter time frame and in any order you want. Download, set playlist, bliss out and repeat it is that simple, and with a whopping 25% off all DEV MOD titles there is no better time to stock up and save!.

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