A sex guide advising care homes how to help patients watch porn and use sex toys has been handed out to nurses.
Extra-marital affairs, sex toys and masturbation are also discussed in the leaflet circulated by the Royal College of Nursing.
One example explored how an OAP requested help with masturbation but his request was turned down because staff felt ill-equipped to deal skilfully with the situation. Following expert advice a mechanical masturbation device was provided to
Another case study looked at one incident where a resident wanted to bring a sex worker into the home, but the request was declined.
While another discussed how a resident had ask to watch porn in his bedroom and noted the patient should be supported in accessing the entertainment he desired. The patient was allowed to purchase a laptop and agreed sound or visual material
would not be able to be heard or viewed by residents or staff.
Sainsbury's has just expanded their own-brand range to include a few affordable sex toys for women. The range is priced between £8-12. We don't know about you, but at that price we'd definitely toss them in our trolley.
The new line of sex toys includes three vibrators. There's a couple of bullets and a bigger silver vibrator that run at different speeds.
They're being sold at most stores at the moment, with an eye to have the bullets across all 486 UK stores by November 4.
And in the US, we've reached a point where mainstream retailers feel completely comfortable stocking quality vibrators, not just in their digital warehouses but on the shelves of their brick-and-mortar stores. Just this month, PlusOne, a new line
of premium sex toys, debuted at Walmart stores around the country, marking the first time that the retailer has carried high quality, rechargeable vibrators on the shelves of its brick-and-mortar stores.
PlusOne offers customers an entirely different option. A dedicated pleasure brand, it makes no bones about the purpose of its products -- yet its design is far classier than, say, that suction cup dildo on Walmart's website. And with waterproof
silicone exteriors and rechargeable batteries, it's a step up in quality from the Trojan products currently stocked in store, all while been sold at a significantly lower price point than either the Trojan products or the more luxe offerings
available at a store like Babeland. PlusOne's rechargeable bullet offering retails for less than $10; in contrast, a battery-powered Trojan bullet vibrator for a little over $30, and the NYTC rechargeable bullet vibe is available at Babeland for
just shy of $25.