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sex toy

Sexology Any device used during sexual activity to enhance pleasure Examples Chains, dildos, special condoms, edible undergarments, whip Per Cicero O tempora! O mores!
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Along with oral care, Majestic markets products in the sexual enhancement and shaving needs categories.
ae, includes 14 health supplements used for weight loss and 19 health supplements used for sexual enhancement.
based Church & Dwight helped transform the category when it extended the Trojan brand beyond condoms to personal lubricants and sexual enhancement devices.
Potential licensees in the sexual enhancement products industry are currently being targeted as candidates to eventually commercialize Touch and Go on a worldwide basis.
Most are using them for sexual enhancement, but others are seeking them for performance anxiety which may be related to their dysfunction associated with pornography.
It revealed the top sexual enhancement products were lubricants and massage oils, closely followed by sex toys.
However, an increasing number of consumers are still purchasing weight-loss and sexual enhancement pills online or when travelling abroad.
Summary: A Health Ministry warning has been issued against a sexual enhancement drug which has been linked to depression and suicidal tendencies.
Turbo is lubricated inside and out with LifeStyles' proprietary Excite sexual enhancement gel.
There is a growing trend in dietary supplements, often promoted for sexual enhancement, weight loss, and body building, to contain with hidden drugs and chemicals, although they are often represented as being "all natural," the agency said.
They need to know that there are options--such as lubricants or other sexual enhancement products--that may help to alleviate some of the negative effects they are experiencing.
2009) Outbreaks of severe hypoglycaemia due to illegal sexual enhancement products containing undeclared glibenclamide.