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March 25, 2019

So, you’ve decided to up your kegel game with an exercise device, but you don’t know where to begin. No problem. As always, Betty is here to help you.

Kegel exercisers go by many names: Ben Wa Balls, Kegel Balls, Pleasure Balls, Love Balls, just to name a few. The variety is confusing, but the basic idea is always the same: holding something in your vagina which you can contract around in order to strengthen those pelvic floor muscles.

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How to Do Kegel Exercises: Betty's Guide to a Stronger Pelvic Floor

March 25, 2019

Kegel exercises are supposed to be the golden ticket for a better sex life, stronger pelvic floor, and an end to embarrassing issues like urinary incontinence, but do you really know how to do them properly? If you’re still confused about what exactly a kegel is, a good starting point is our blog post What Are Kegel Exercises & Why They’re Important For EVERY Body. Once you’re up to speed, read on and we are going to tell you how and when to do these......

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What Are Kegel Exercises & Why They’re Important For EVERY Body

March 25, 2019

We bet you’ve all hear the word “kegels” and know it has something to do with not peeing when you sneeze, or maybe you’ve heard they can give you stronger orgasms. But what are kegels, exactly? Let Betty guide you through this confusing topic.


A Kegel is not a muscle or part of your body. It’s actually an exercise that was developed back in the 1940s by Dr. Arnold Kegel to help with urinary incontinence through a sequence of clenching and unclenching your pelvic floor or pubococcygeal (PC for short) muscle. What began as an exercise......

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5 Best Sex Positions for G-Spot Orgasms

February 22, 2019

Experimenting with g-spot stimulation is tons of fun whether you’re doing it solo or with a partner. If you still haven’t figured yours out yet, check out our article on How to Find Your G-Spot first, then get ready to put all you’ve learned into practice. Sexual positions can make all the difference in locating your g-spot and giving it the kind of constant, firm stimulation that most women find they need, so let’s take a look at some of the best.

Doggy Style

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The Best Sex Toys for Female Orgasm

February 13, 2019

Orgasms are awesome. Whether on our own or with a partner, that toe-curling pleasure is something we here at Betty’s believe everybody should be experiencing every single day.

With that in mind, we bring you our 6 favorite toys for achieving the female orgasm. Whether it’s clitoral, g-spot or both (we’re not picky!), these are some great toys that have either stood the test of time or wowed us with their innovation and effectiveness.

Magic Wand Unplugged Rechargeable Massager

Magic Wand UnpluggedThis product has been giving women orgasms for over......

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5 Reasons Why You Need to Try Sexual Lubricant (Even If You Think You Don’t)

August 21, 2018

At Betty's we LOVE lube but some of you folks seem to be doubtful about how it can change your sex lives for the better. Well, we are here to make believers out of you. If you are a lube doubter, here are our top 5 reasons why you need a good personal lubricant in your life!

1. While vaginas do create their own lubrication, the amount can vary greatly from person to person and throughout the month as hormone levels vary. A great lubricant can pick up where your body leaves off and give......

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Pelvic Floor Health 101: What to Look For and When to Seek Help by Nicole Guappone

June 15, 2018

The folks here at Betty’s Toy Box told me that they have a lot of women asking what—other than kegels—they can do for their pelvic floor. We hear a lot about the pelvic floor and how age or being postpartum can affect it, but did you know that anyone of any age can experience pelvic pain? And that, depending on what kind of pelvic floor issues you may have, kegels can make it worse?

That’s the kind of pelvic floor dysfunction I had: hypertonic/high-tone, meaning my muscles were too tight and in spasm. This made intercourse painful, sitting and standing......

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