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Don’t be a Meanie!

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Update: Congratulations to Anna, who won the Fun Factory Meany on Facebook! Thanks to everyone who entered. Keep an eye out for more giveaways soon!

We’re giving away a Fun Factory Meany Mini Vibe!

The Meany is an extra nice little vibe. Its soft silicone ridges are sure to please, and its powerful motor offers a selection of speeds and pulse patterns. Plus, its bright color makes it perfect for people who’d like a break from pink.

Want to win a Meany? Here’s how.

For this contest, we were inspired by our Chicago store manager Sarah Sloane’s blog post about “The Etiquette of the Screw.” In it, she outlines six rules for being a well-mannered sex partner. For instance:

2. Always bring a “host gift” of safer sex supplies. These can be arranged in a lovely basket, made into a centerpiece, or placed into a foil wrapped box to add charm and attractiveness to the gift. Not arriving with a gift of barriers is akin to showing up to dinner without any food to contribute – it’s rude, and it places the burden on your host, which shows a lack of courtesy on your part.

To win the Meany, make up your own rule of sexual etiquette and post it in the comments below. We’ll pick a winner at random on Friday, 2/21 at noon, PST.

U.S. residents only. 

19 Comments

  • Rachel

    My own rule for sex etiquette hmmm….. I’m going to have to think hard on this one I’ve never had sex or been even remotely intamite with another person. It’s okay to be a little selfish in the moment, but when the moment is over and you’ve gotten what you need. Don’t forget there is another person to please.

    ReplyFebruary 19, 2014 at 2:30 am

  • Renny

    My rule is that cleaning up afterward is just as important as beforehand. Offer your guest(s) a nice hot bath or shower after all of the action.

    ReplyFebruary 19, 2014 at 2:52 am

  • Lunabelle

    Abstain from eating beans and other flatulence-producing foods for 24 hours prior to sex. If caught off guard by gas, give your partner(s) fair warning.

    ReplyFebruary 19, 2014 at 3:19 am

  • Owen Cook

    I think the rule should be that every guest brings a new non-porous toy to try. Start the night off right!

    ReplyFebruary 19, 2014 at 6:20 am

  • Bernie W

    My etiquette rule would be to always offer to clean toys after use.

    ReplyFebruary 19, 2014 at 4:23 pm

  • BlackOrchid

    My sexual etiquette rule is consent is everything. No means no, no matter what!!

    ReplyFebruary 19, 2014 at 5:44 pm

  • Carmen

    Always have a few clean hand towels within reach for an easy clean up. Waiting til you’re in the moment/afterwards to find one makes for a good mood killer ;-)

    ReplyFebruary 19, 2014 at 8:59 pm

  • Joiedejouets

    My sexual etiquette is very minimal because laziness, However cleanup is essential no matter how much I want to roll over and pass out.

    Also, don’t forget to pee after! Helps prevent UTI’s

    ReplyFebruary 19, 2014 at 11:37 pm

  • BlackAsphodel

    My sexual etiquette is basic hygiene: take a shower, brush your teeth and smell good before sex. The two things that turn me on the most are: clean smelling skin and open-mindedness.

    blackasphodel(at)yahoo(dot)com

    ReplyFebruary 20, 2014 at 12:17 am

  • Nichole Smith

    My sexual etiquette rule is No T.V.! (Unless it’s porn, that’s okay)

    ReplyFebruary 20, 2014 at 3:44 am

  • Sangsara

    Always clean yourself first especially your crotch and hands
    Always ask before doing anything new or potentially invasive
    Establish boundaries and expectations at some point but don’t kill the mood
    COMMUNICATE your needs and desires don’t do anything you are uncomfortable doing
    Have a safe word for anything involving pain or danger
    Use birth control /std prevention unless fluid bonded
    Don’t mention someone’s ex or family members
    Don’t be selfish-,both /all partners should be satisfied
    Make sure you know where you stand after

    ReplyFebruary 20, 2014 at 4:29 am

  • Jennifer P - Vicki Furrin on Rafflecopter

    My sexual etiquette rule is “No rolling over and falling asleep until you’re both satisfied”.

    ReplyFebruary 20, 2014 at 11:47 am

  • Camryn

    One of my sexual ettiquette rules is that my partner must know the anatomical names for both my fun bits and their own. This makes sure we’re both on the same page when we discuss what we like and dislike and it’s usually a really good way to become comfortable looking at each other’s bodies.

    ReplyFebruary 20, 2014 at 8:29 pm

  • Ryan

    My rule is to communicate and be open to what your partner wants and do not judge. Everyone involved gets what they want. No reasonable requests denied!

    ReplyFebruary 20, 2014 at 9:12 pm

  • Chrysanthe

    Relax and enjoy the inherent hilarity of sex. Laugh about the squelching noise that can come from p in v sex. Take a breather and acknowledge the ridiculousness when someone’s limb hits the other in the face. And revel in all the moments in between, whether you’re backing up for 69 or he’s rolling on a condom. No need to stress about the inevitable awkward moments; embrace the weirdness of sex with the wonder so you can let loose and engage in playful sexploration!

    ReplyFebruary 20, 2014 at 11:56 pm

  • Allison S.

    Always shower first!

    ReplyFebruary 21, 2014 at 1:19 am

  • ali

    My sexual etiquette is to always, ALWAYS, start with open communication. Maybe it sounds cheesy, but it’s so easy to get what I want, and give my partners what they want when it’s all on the table. Unfortunately I’m not able to come up with an appropriate food metaphor at the moment.

    ReplyFebruary 21, 2014 at 1:51 am

  • Heather

    To remember that the journey is the destination. Not all sex requires an orgasm, nor does an orgasm signal the end of play time.

    ReplyFebruary 21, 2014 at 2:03 am

  • Rana

    Don’t overreact to a queef. They can’t be helped, damn!

    ReplyFebruary 21, 2014 at 3:08 am

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