'I sneaked a sexy toy through customs in Dubai!' Tiffany Scanlon admits she smuggled a contraband pleasure device into the Middle Eastern country and joined the MILE HIGH CLUB
'I sneaked a sexy toy through customs in Dubai!' Tiffany Scanlon admits she smuggled a contraband pleasure device into the Middle Eastern country and joined the MILE HIGH CLUB ...
Tiffany Scanlon has discussed her 'difficult' time as an air hostess for Emirates and revealed she sneaked a 'dildo' into Dubai, where the sex toys are outlawed.
In an entry on her blog, the 30-year-old describes her first flight from Perth to the UAE, revealing, 'After sneaking through customs with a dildo in my suitcase, I was taken to a mini van...for accommodation drop off.'
She also admits she 'joined the mile high club' during a flight on her birthday.
Saucy luggage: Tiffany Scanlon has discussed her 'difficult' time as an air hostess for Emirates and revealed she sneaked a 'dildo' into Dubai, where the sextoys are outlawed
'From time to time, crew did join the mile high club. Did I? Yes, yes I did. A Colombian, on my birthday in the toilets while we were working!' Tiffany writes.
The former air hostess feared she had made a mistake when she saw her room and began her 18 month stint, 'out in the sandy sticks of Dubai'.
'I sat on my bed and all at once it hit me that I was here and I was utterly alone. I started to cry and phoned home fearing I made a huge mistake,' she writes.
Flying to 50 destinations over the next year and a half, the blonde says she was exhausted.
Flying high: She also admits she 'joined the mile high club' during a flight on her birthday
Not impressed at first: The former air hostess feared she had made a mistake when she saw her room and began her 18 month stint, 'out in the sandy sticks of Dubai'
'In those 18 months I had laryngitis 4 times, I had a back injury, I had colds and fevers, eye infections, I ended up with a full bag of medications.
'Alongside illness was the constant feeling of jet lag,' she writes.
She also says she gained 10 kilos due to her constantly disrupted routine which would be two hours of sleep for weeks followed by crashing for 14 hours of sleep.
Tough travels: 'Alongside illness was the constant feeling of jet lag,' she writes of the harder part of world travelling
Tiffany shared a series of photos of her days as an air hostess, including her neat uniform complete with a red cap.
She also shared an image of her hotel room in the desert city, where she spent her days sleeping when she was not working.
Despite the drawbacks of exhaustion and often being unwell, Tiffany says she did enjoy the luxury of the Arab nation.
Worldy: Despite the drawbacks of exhaustion and often being unwell, Tiffany says she did enjoy the luxury of the Arab nation
7 Things You Should Never Do With Your Vibrator
There are a lot of rules that you technically have to follow but, at the same time, are also kind of annoying. Like, I know not everyone wears a helmet every time they ride a bike, even though they should. Same goes with vibrators–there are probably a lot of things you know you should be doing, but skip. Still, there are just some things you should never, ever do with your vibrator even though people seem to do them every day without thinking. And since talking about sextoy can be totally awkward, who’s going to tell you otherwise? Vibrators play by their own rules that are different than dildos or other beginner sex toys you might own, so pay attention. That toy has a motor! Handle accordingly.
Much like stopping mid-hook up to wrestle a condom out of a wrapper, remembering to clean your vibrator before and after you use it is a huge buzz-kill (ha, get it – it’s a vibrator, and vibrators buzz? I’ll stop). It’s easy enough to make you stop being turned on. It’s just as easy, though, to do something totally wrong with your vibrator and wind up wrecking it forever and maybe getting yourself sick. Some vibrators can be totally expensive and fall apart easily if you don’t take care of them properly. So, if you just want to cut to the case and use your vibe, make sure you’re doing everything right and not accidentally ruining the quality of your vibrator without even knowing it. See for yourself and let us know if you (accidentally) do any of these seven things you should never do with your vibrator.
Store Them All Together No, you don't have to find individualized different hiding spots for each of your vibrators if you have more than one, but you should definitely keep them stored separately. For example, don't throw them all in a cardboard box together and expect them to look and act the same when you take them back out. Some materials melt when they're next to each other! Cross contamination is a thing and they can grow mold or warp if you let them snuggle up. Ziploc bags are your friends, so get them in their own area if you want to keep them for a while.Source: iStock Forget To Remove The Batteries Batteries conduct a low-charge while they're just hanging out anywhere. Not to mention, batteries can corrode the insides of a toy, so if you want your vibrator and it's batteries to last longer, you might want to consider removing the batteries while you're not using them. Some come in nifty battery sleeve-like things so it's a quick pop-in pop-out, but if it's not that easy, I get why it's annoying, but it doesn't mean you should just leave your batteries in there anyway. Source: iStock Move Your Vibrator From Your Butt To Vagina (Or Your Mouth) You can move a toy from your mouth to your vagina to your butt, but never EVER work the opposite direction with your sex toys (or anything for that matter). Sticking a vibrator in or around your butt then putting it in your vagina or mouth is a hardcore no-no. Never ever do that unless you're stopping to sterilize in between or using two different toys. Same vibrator? Forget about it. Source: iStock Leave Them Plugged In You know how leaving anything plugged in for a long time drains it: your phone, laptop, anything? There are tons of documentaries of Leo DiCaprio telling us to unplug our toasters when we aren't using them, so please please please unplug your Hitachi magic wand, too, okay? When you aren't using your vibrator, unplug it from the wall if it isn't battery operated. You're going to drain it of it's power since it's just sitting there conducting an idle charge so you have a half-powered vibrator and a bigger carbon footprint. See? Don't do it. Source: iStock Share Them With Other People When I say share, I mean asking your friends to borrow theirs or swapping them around. That's just bad news for everyone involved. Think of the germs, dudes. No one wants that stuff hanging out in your vagina or glued to your favorite vibrator. Source: iStock Submerge Them In Water If They Aren't Waterproof "Duh, if it says it isn't waterproof, I'm not going to take it in the bathtub!" Cool, but I bet you're still going to submerge it in water to wash it, right? Thought so. Don't do it! Once you sterilize it (not plugged in, without batteries inside), dunking the whole thing in water again to clean isn't a good idea if your toy isn't explicitly waterproof. Other sex toys? Fine. But since your vibrator is battery powered or plugs in to anything, don't do it, just clean it off with a sex toy cleaning solution or fragrance free antibacterial soap. Source: iStock Never Sterilizing Them At All Some people skip this step completely! Using the excuse that it's fresh out of the box is not a real thing. You still need to sterilize your vibrator by putting it in boiling water before using it. Everything else you put in your vagina has to be sterile, like tampons and menstrual cups, so why would vibrators be any exception to the rule? Just because it's designed to give you pleasure doesn't mean that it's somehow inherently cleaner. Source: iStock
Do you have a vibrator? Have you done any of these things with it anyway (no judgement)? What’s the weirdest thing you’ve ever done with your vibrator? Let us know in the comments!
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The Dos and Don'ts of Using Household Objects for Sex
I remember the first time I stuck something up my vagina. I was 15, and it was a hair brush. I stuck it in, wiggled it around, and I loved it so much that I personified it by naming it Harry the Hairbrush. Two weeks later, I bought a vibrator at Spencer's Gifts, but I'll always remember Harry fondly. But thinking back on my solo days with Harry reminds me that I did a lot of things wrong, like not cleaning it (yikes) and not putting a condom on it. In fact, when you're masturbating with household items — or using them for sex with your partner — there's a lot you can do wrong. Spoiler alert: You should probably just buy a cheap vibrator, but, in the meantime, check out these must-know dos and don'ts if you're going to get naughty with something that's just laying around your house.
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DO: Put a Condom On It
Just because your toothbrush can't get you pregnant or give you the clap doesn't mean you should stick it up your vag protection-free. "Make sure that [household objects] are covered with a barrier like a condom," says Emily Owens, a certified health education specialist. Giving yourself an added barrier from your household item will protect your lady parts from a plethora of bacteria that could cause infections. I mean, do you know the shit that could be on your toothbrush? It's pretty gross.
DON'T: Use Anything That Could Break
This should be common sense, but just an FYI: As much as you may want reduce, reuse, and recycle to do oyur part to decrease your carbon footprint, a beer bottle or anything that could break inside of you is forbidden. Well not, forbidden, as in the government will find you and seize you, but just a really bad idea. Glass dildos are made specifically to go up you; bottles are not. Gathering shards of glass out of your vagina won't end in orgasms, I guarantee. There's a reason there's a show called Sex Sent Me to The ER, you know?
DO: Take Off the Razor Blades
Come on! I hate that I have to say this, but I have to say this: Remove all razor blades before masturbating. I know your boyfriend's razor has got the girth you've always wished for but, don't get ahead of yourself without covering all your bases. Stop. Remove. Apply condom. Masturbate. I'm pretty sure you aren't planning to trim off your clitoris anytime soon, right? Right.
DON'T: Use Anything That Doesn't Belong to You
It would be a major no-no to borrow your guy's toothbrush specifically to masturbate with it. Even if you disinfected it beforehand, wrapped it in a condom, and cleaned it afterward, it's a huge breach of trust. You know the Golden Rule: Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. So unless you are cool with your partner sticking your toothbrush up their butt, I'd back away from the toothbrush — even if you have been together for years.
DO: Pick a Household Item With a Flared Base for Anal Play
Your butt sucks things up, literally. So if you are going to have a backyard frolic, your item must have a flared base...so you can get it out. "Anything that is placed in the anus for sexual pleasure must have a flared base. If it does not, then the object may travel further into the anal cavity than you can reach and may require the assistance of a medical professional," says Owens. Still, given how butt stuff can be complicated as it is, when it comes to anal, I would highly recommend in investing in a toy specifically designed butt play — for safety reasons.
DON'T: Stick Food Like Popsicles or Lollipops Up There
Vaginas are magical, but they are also very sensitive. "Your vagina has a delicate balance of healthy bacteria. Introducing unsanitary items into that environment can easily lead to infection," says Vanessa Marin, a sex and relationship therapist. And if too much glycerin in lube can cause yeast infections, it's safe to assume placing literal sugar inside you isn't going to be a good idea, either. So while the shape may be erotic and the idea of something icy cold or sweet going up you may get you going, you might want to think twice. And while I'm at it, if a phallic-shaped food like a cucumber or banana turns you on and you must get involved with it, put a condom on it! You have no clue what sort of bacteria exists on it. To that end, steer clear of tough-to-clean-up items like peanut butter. And just to reiterate: Make sure whatever's going in you is CLEAN, CLEAN, CLEAN!)
DO: Keep Your Clothes On
Look, most people aren't going to recommend using household objects to get off, as the risks of infections and injuries are far too high and you can just go buy some great sex toys for cheap. So if you MUST MUST MUST MUST get yourself going with something other than a certified safe sex toy, one of the safest ways to do it is by keeping your clothes on while still getting some clit stimulation. "Plenty of women grind against pillows, towels, or TV remotes. If your clothes are staying on, and you're not penetrating yourself with the object, there's not much risk," says Marin. And that zipper on your favorite jeans is in the perfect spot for some clitoris stimulation when grinding on top of the universal remote control. Not that I've had personal experience with that or anything. (I have.)
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