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Sexual Lubricants-the good and the bad.

topic posted Sat, June 24, 2006 - 6:55 AM by  Jake
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Most men use a Lube during masturbation and Anal/Vaginal penetration..unless of course he's into X-treme S/M and likes to rub his dick until it's RAW...and bleeding (OUCH!)
Unfortunatly,most of todays mass-produced sexual lubricants start out slick,but then quickly dry out.
Water-based Gel Lubes like Slik,Silk,Ultra-Glide and others,dry on your hands within minutes,requiring application of endless ammounts of it,to keep it Slippery.These also dry out inside the anal cavity,making a hard anal fuck uncomfortable and the penis "sticky" for some people.
Flavored Lubes are just flat-out YUCKY! and are mostly used for "Muff Diving" a Woman.
There are a few good Cream based Lubes,but ones such as "Elbow Grease" and some others contain Nonoxynol-9 a spermicide that can irritate the skin and mucosal membrane of the anus,resulting in a "Burning" sensation,if you choose a cream-based Lube avoid Nox-9.
J-Lube is a unique Lubricant. Originally developed for Veterinary Gynecology,it is a White Powder you mix with water,it is VERY slick and is the consistency of "Human Mucous" If you are jacking with J-lube and it dries out,simply spitting into your hand will slick it right back up!
Lastly..there is Crisco Shortening. Crisco has been used as a sexual lubricant since it's invention in the 1950's,Its thick,creamy and does not dry out. Crisco has been the benchmark lubricant for "Handballing" (Fisting) for Decades,Crisco is Messy,but a great all-around Lube.To avoid that "Crisco Brand Odor" Use Safeway Shortening instead(or "Other" store brands) as these tend to be "Odorless". The only down-side to Crisco is using it with Latex Condoms can "degrade" the latex and possibly lead to Condom failure. Using Dawn Hand Dishwashing liquid detergent(1/2 cup) in your regular laundry,will quickly get rid of Crisco Stains on clothing,towels and bedsheets.
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Jake
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  • Re: Sexual Lubricants-the good and the bad.

    Wed, July 12, 2006 - 6:17 PM
    Things to know about lube, after much research and using the knowledgable folks at Babeland (Seattle/NYC/LA), I will share with you what to AVOID in lubes. I'll get this one out of the way, for women, avoiding glycerine is important, as it promotes yeast infections.

    The FDA does not approve parabens (methyl-, ethyl-, propyl-, etc..) for internal use, but very few lubes which choose to use this cheap preservative properly label their products. Wet does label their basic tooth-paste style greenish tube with the following: "For Topical Cosmetic Use Only" - can you imagine that? A lube that is NOT supposed to be used internally? It's the parabens. They are benzene based preservatives which are well know carcinogens. PLEASE AVOID PARABENS.

    The alternative preservative (and chosen by more and more lube makers) are citris based, like grapefruit extract.

    One of my fave lubes is "Oh, My!" and it's pretty good.

    This whole preservative issue is 99% of the time with water based lubes. All silicone based lubes I've ever found don't use preservatives like parabens. Maybe benzene products don't play well with silicone.

    Have you ever been out of lube? HOMEMADE LUBE? I've tried this recipe, and it's pretty damn good!

    > Mix and heat 4 tsp. cornstarch and 1 cup water until completely dissolved in a covered saucepan.
    > Cook slowly to a low boil and you're done in a 5 minutes or so. Careful, be eager, but it's hot!
    > Use non-metal dishes and a non-metal stirring spoon. COOL. Pour some into dispenser bottle.
    > Refrigerate remainder.

    And if you're not using latex, so oil based is a possible choice, consider coconut oil (solid when cool).

    Peace!
    • Re: Sexual Lubricants-the good and the bad.

      Wed, July 12, 2006 - 7:24 PM
      j steve said...

      "Mix and heat 4 tsp. cornstarch and 1 cup water until completely dissolved in a covered saucepan. Cook slowly to a low boil and you're done in a 5 minutes or so. Careful, be eager, but it's hot! Use non-metal dishes and a non-metal stirring spoon. COOL. Pour some into dispenser bottle."

      my question is: if it's prudent to avoid metal containers and utensils, how do you cook it in a saucepan?

      thanks,
      yosenio
    • Re: Sexual Lubricants-the good and the bad.

      Wed, July 12, 2006 - 8:09 PM
      "> Mix and heat 4 tsp. cornstarch and 1 cup water until completely dissolved in a covered saucepan.
      > Cook slowly to a low boil and you're done in a 5 minutes or so. Careful, be eager, but it's hot!
      > Use non-metal dishes and a non-metal stirring spoon. COOL. Pour some into dispenser bottle.
      > Refrigerate remainder. "

      This is basically my blueberry sauce recipe sans the blueberries, lol. Wow, I was making blueberry lube all this time and had no clue.
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    Re: Sexual Lubricants-the good and the bad.

    Thu, July 13, 2006 - 12:22 PM
    I like Gun Oil brand lubricant...stays slick but seem to enhance the feeling on my cock....some are too slick and I don't feel anything but pressure on my cock....boybutter is great too....cleans up easy, remains slippery in use....

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