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ALGUAPA is your online supplier of premium love toys at the best prices. We believe that nobody should be held back from exploring their sexual desires and we wish to provide you with the best adult toys to enhance your sex life.

We offer a range of standard products including dildos, vibrators, butt plugs, cock rings, and clit stimulators, as well as bondage and BDSM products such as hand cuffs, strap-on belts, collars, and more. Our wide selection of sex toys is guaranteed to meet the sexual needs and desires of anyone looking for some fun (and kinky) pleasure.

At ALGUAPA, we put high importance on sexual health, and we can guarantee you will enjoy a 100% safe and stimulating experience while exploring the most intimate parts of your body. Our love toys furthermore come equipped with the highest-quality motors and chips for a smooth yet powerful experience.

Last but not least, we value your privacy and can guarantee full discretion on every order: all sex toys are shipped out discreetly and globally in an unmarked package.

Whether you are looking for something to enjoy on your own or with another, we welcome you to explore our catalog and find the right toy for you!

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What sex toy(s) do you own?

These statistics show the result of a survey among 1.000 people of all genders in Germany on the type of sex toys they personally own. In 2016, around 68 percent of those surveyed said that they owned a vibrator.

  • Vibrator
  • Dildo
  • Cuffs
  • Cock Ring
  • Loveballs
  • Anal Toys
  • BDSM Equipment
  • Masturbator or Doll
  • Penis-/ Vagina-/ Breast-Pump
  • Strap-On
  • Other

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What is Sex-Positivity?
Sex-Positivity means not.
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What is Sex-Positivity?
  • A way to acknowledge that we should have certain sexual rights- including the right to comprehensive, appropriate, pleasure-inclusive, positive sex education.
  • A construct that invites us to acknowledge that pretty much any adult consensual sexual activity may be right for someone, and pretty much no act is right for everyone.
  • A term that can include anyone- including asexuals, those who do not enjoy sex, those who have experienced sexual trauma, and even those who have never had sex – because sex positivity does not describe the type of sex one does or doesn’t have, it describes their attitude about sexual diversity and people’s sexual rights.
  • Sex positivity cannot exist without consent- fully informed, non-coercive, mutual, enthusiastic consent.

Source by, Dr. Carol Queen

Sex-Positivity means not.
  • A phrase that means “I love sex!” (Though if you do–that’s great!)
  • A phrase that means “I’m kinky or experimental; I’m not vanilla.” Those who enjoy “vanilla” sex can be just as sex positive as kinksters, and in fact, not all kinksters are sex-positive!
  • A phrase that can EVER be used this way: “If you were really sex positive, you’d have sex with me/do that kinky thing I want to try/open our relationship/etc.” You do not have to be “down for anything” to be sex positive.
  • To be used as a source of judgement or shaming of other people–including any sexual identity, gender identity, romantic or sexual desire or preference, those who are monogamous, non-kinky folk, celibate people, or anybody else.
  • A way to judge others for not enjoying sex “enough” or having less desire for sex.
  • A pass to openly share details of your, your partners’, or anyone else’s sex lives without their consent to share and the consent of the person being shared with to listen.
  • A license to assume that your sexual response, experience, desires, and feelings are or should be shared by everybody else.
  • A way to legitimize or defend any non-consensual acts in any regard.

If anyone tries to use the notion of sex-positivity to judge someone else’s sexual orientation, gender expression, sexual choices, or sexual response, they are not behaving in a sex-positive fashion. Period.

When you are sex-positive, you get that not everybody gets down like you may- and that’s OK. As in,

  • “I really like using this sex toy, but you really enjoy this one.” What works for some may not be the right fit for everyone.
  • “I like the concept of polyamory, but that doesn’t invalidate monogamous relationships- I just don’t want to be a part of one.”
  • “I grew up with beliefs and experiences, in a particular cultural context that affect my sexual identity; though other people may have grown within other cultural contexts and may not share my views.”- and that’s OK.

Remember, sex positivity is not all about us and what we want. More than anything, sex positivity is a way to critique our current culture–which is still so very far from the mark, despite all the recent strides we’ve taken.

What would it take for our culture to be fully sex-positive? What are the elements that would get us there? How can we access true respect for other people’s sexualities?

We invite you to think about that question–it is a valuable lens in a personal context and in activist work, and while we continue to unlearn and re-learn—to help make our culture a bit more sex positive every day.

Content derived from Dr. Carol Queen’s “What Sex-Positivity Is— And Is Not” with consent from the Author. Read the original piece here.

Source by, Dr. Carol Queen

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