Yeast Infections and You-What You Can Do

Not a pretty subject, is it?

Originally, this post was going to be on a different subject, but this issue suddenly became a lot more…relevant to me, and i figured I could at least maybe sway some people away from using terrible and potentially even more harmful home remedies. (Please, don’t put yogurt, and ESPECIALLY not honey, in a vagina.) Remember, if you’ve been having a yeast infection for a while, go to the doctors first and foremost. “Home Remedies” can only do so much, and it’s much better to be safe then pay for it.

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Snake-Bite Kits for Suction

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(Of course; when I redid my pictures this month, I forgot to re-shoot these…)

Snake bite kits were popular many years ago, until it was found that they did nothing to help snake bites, and could actually do more harm. They generally contained an iodine solution and a makeshift tourniquet, which respectively did nothing and only partially helped stop the flow of venom. The main part of the kit, however, were three silicone suction cups. While they also did next to nothing for snake bites, people are using them as a cheaper solution to nipple and clit pumps. So; I’m going to see how they can hold up in the word of sex toys, and not medicine.

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How To Have Safer Sex

Sex! If you’ve talked about having sex with anyone lately, it’s pretty safe to assume that the phrase “safe sex” has come up. Referring to talk and use of contraceptives, lube, consent of everyone involved, and other important aspects of sex like safewords, it’s a good thing that more people are talking about it. But sometimes people forget simple things, or don’t think about them. This is just a small overview of things you can do to have safer, better sex.

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Self-Care

In context with recent events, It feels more important to talk about the topic of self care. Self Care is commonly used by people with mental, physical, chronic, or other types of illness as tasks to keep them feeling as good as possible, or in the BDSM community as acts after more stressful or intense acts and scenes, I feel it should be used more in day-to-day life. Stressful events can make self care even more important, and I wanted to highlight some ways self-care is done, to maybe try and get people feeling better.

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Content Schedule Changes

I’m sure you’ve noticed that I’ve been missing my reviews a lot lately. With the pressure from college, as well as other issues, I haven’t had as much time to test toys and write reviews. Now, I’m not abandoning this blog, not at all. But I am shifting around the dates on which I upload new posts, and make a schedule I can follow easier.

Starting next moth (June 2016) the new schedule is as follows- I will put up review posts on the first of the month. These reviews will be on toys. The 11th will be the new date of the talks I do, where I cover some aspect of sex, sexuality, or other relative topics. on the 21st of the month, I will post another review. This won’t be about sex toys, but about lube, condoms, or other sexual items or aides that are not sex toys.

And, that’s it! I hope that this year brings even more for this blog, and that I can continue to grow as a sex toy reviewer. April marked the 1 year anniversary for M Does Toys, and even if it’s late, I’m proud to see how much I’ve come in a year-especially changing my habitual spelling of reveiws to the correct one. Here’s to another good year of reviews!