Jenny Block, contributor to Fox on Sex (fair and balanced!), was recently surprised to discover the selection available at her local Walgreens.
First, there is a surprising variety of “personal massagers.” “Quiet and powerful ones” in a Skittles-worthy array of colors. Multiple surface versions that boast the ability to be recharged. The “Comet Massager” that looks like itÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s related to a Pixar space creature. The little guy even lights up. […] One massager comes complete with a warmer, and several of them have all sorts of interesting nubs and bumps and edges. Come on, that is no back massager.
All sorts of lotions and potions line the shelves as well. Travel size massage oils in scents like Bali Moonlight, Malibu Sunrise, and Paris Twilight. (And, no, I have no idea what any of those things would smell like).
And then there are the lubricants Ã¢â‚¬â€ warming, tingling, soothing, and in “flavors” like pina colada and cherry. If you donÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t know why youÃ¢â‚¬â„¢d want a lubricant to smell good and taste good, you, my friend, are missing out.
In the practical department, thereÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s an air revitalizer (you know, for those marathon sessions); a sound machine to ward-off roommates or nosy neighbors; and candles in every scent from Indigo Nights to Beach Bungalow for ideal lighting (who doesnÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t look good in candlelight?). Seriously, you could set the whole scene with just one stop at this place.
If you want to get really randy, they even have handcuffs, nylon rope, paintbrushes, hot wax and digital camcorders. No pressure.
This reminds us of a conversation we once had with Laura Roberts, editor of the now defunct Black Heart Magazine, following one of her columns for Hour magazine about finding sex toys at the Dollar Store.
Our editrix attempted this, but she claims to have no words to describe what occurred with said frugal accouterments. We’re on our own on this one… unless you want to venture forth and tell us your story of sexy finds in unusual places!