This Weed Lube Will Take Your Sex Life to Another Level

[sg_popup id=”1″ event=”onload”][/sg_popup]Cannabis is known for having many medicinal uses, from anti-anxiety to sleep aid to muscle relaxer, but did you know that it can also be turned into the ultimate lubricant to elevate your sex life? That’s right, cannabis fans, weed lube is here.

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Once again this plant has proven itself to be totally awesome.

FORIA is a Colorado-based brand that creates a myriad of products for his and her pleasure, starting with honest ingredients we know and love, like 100% organic hemp, coconut oil, kava kava, and cacao, including the aforementioned weed lube called FORIA “Awaken”.

Here’s how it works:

Cannabis plants produce two main chemicals for medicinal use: THC and Cannabidiol. The biggest difference between the two is that Cannabidiol delivers all of the benefits with little to no psychoactive experiences like anxiety or paranoia that can sometimes accompany THC.

FORIA “Awaken” combines the powers of Cannabidiol with coconut oil, a well known all natural lubricant, and an array of essential herbs and oils including ginger, cinnamon, cardamom, peppermint, vanilla, cacao, and kava kava.

I know what you’re thinking, wow, that sounds like it smells amazing, but are the results for real?

They sure are! The all-natural formula not only helps you relax, but it helps get you going as well. Testimonials on FORIA’s website rave about the ways their product triggers whole body pleasures and more intense orgasms, both for couples and for individual use.

How could that possibly be?? Well, many of the main ingredients are ancient aphrodisiacs, meaning that these herbs have been doing their thang for thousands of years. FORIA simply got in on the widely known secret, spruced it up, and put it in a bottle that can be shipped right to you.

Cool, right? And I know we’re all thinking it, is there anything cannabis can’t do? Not really. FORIA also has a product to relieve menstrual pain (FORIA Relief) and a rectal suppository (FORIA Explore) to enhance relaxation and ease.

So if you’re ready for a totally new level of sensuality and pleasure in your life and you’re willing to shell out the extra bucks to improve your sex, check out FORIA online and experience what everyone’s been talking about.


Here’s How Two Women Actually Have Sex

Do lesbians confuse you? Do you find yourself lying awake in bed at night, wondering how a woman could make love to another woman? Does the mere notion of a romantic relationship without the presence of a man stress you out and make you upset? Or, maybe you’re a woman who is about to have her first dalliance with another woman.

Either way, you’ve clicked on this with a mission. And so, without further ado, here’s how two women actually have sex.

The short answer

Two women can do it any way they damn please.

The longer answer

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Women aren’t limited to vaginal intercourse with a penis. People express themselves sexually in a vast number of ways, no matter how they self-identify in terms of gender and/or sexual orientation. All forms are valid. Therefore, there are a lot of different ways that two women can get it on.

For a lot of women, oral is a cornerstone of a sexual encounter. For other women, oral is nice, but not necessary to have a good time. Some women like penetration, either from her partner’s fingers, from a toy, or a combination of the two. Other women might not like penetration at all. And some prefer to masturbate with their partner (in other words: mutual masturbation).

So, about those strap-ons…

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While some women may prefer to only engage with each other’s bodies, many women, however, like to incorporate toys. A lot of heterosexual couples do as well, for that matter.

If you’ve ever watched girl-on-girl porn, you’ve undoubtedly seen a video featuring two women using a strap-on dildo. While porn is unrealistic–especially in the way that they portray lesbian women–strap-ons are often a popular choice among queer women.

And no, most of the time it has nothing to do with one partner taking on a traditionally masculine gender role. Believe it or not, lesbian sex has absolutely nothing to do with men.


Take this into consideration. A recent survey published in Slate claimed the following results: 86% of lesbians always or usually have an orgasm during love making, while only 65% of straight women could say the same.

While this finding is fascinating to dissect and analyze, we need to make something clear: An orgasm is not necessarily the benchmark.

Some women find it hard to achieve orgasm with a partner, and some women struggle to orgasm period. This doesn’t mean it can’t be enjoyable. After all, sex without an orgasm is still sex.


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Ultimately, making love is about connecting with another person. This connection can be purely physical, but it can also be an intensely emotional or spiritual experience as well. Sometimes, people can’t have sex without forming an emotional connection first, and others might completely separate it from emotional intimacy. Both are completely fine, as long as everyone involved is totally on board.


Having a good time isn’t about having the most “sexperience,” or using the most high-tech toys, or even being the most skilled. Ultimately, it is dependent on communication. Listen to your partner! Pay attention to their non-verbal cues. Talk about each others’ needs and desires both in and out of the bedroom.

The Bottom Line

Sex between two women isn’t a mysterious thing that only a select few can understand. Lesbian sex is just that: sex. Between two people. And it shouldn’t be that hard to figure out.

Now, please, on behalf of all your Sapphic friends: stop asking us about it.