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At Peaches & Screams, we have an incredible selection of some of the best sex toys for women from leading worldwide brands. Every week, our team updates our store with the latest and best sex toys for women so that you can keep abreast with the latest pleasures the adult market has to offer. Our collection of female sex toys spans around 5,000 female sex toys, which will leave you spoilt for choice. Whether you are new to sex toys or a seasoned sex toy hedonist, we have a sex toy for every woman. With an excess of one thousand and counting 5-star reviews from our customers, Peaches & Screams Sex Shop has become the destination for even the most discriminating sex toy hedonists. Navigating the sea of over 5,000 products can indeed be a complex and time consuming matter. To help you to find your perfect sex toy, please ensure that you read the customer reviews, descriptions and our guide to female sex toys to make the most out of your shopping experience with us. With 100% discretion in billing and shipping, you can order your sex toys in complete confidence from virtually anywhere. Whether you are at work or at home, don't let that keep you away from your guilty pleasures.


Historically, sex toys were used to medically treat “hysterical” women, and it was not until much later that sex toys were euphemistically sold as “massagers”. It was not until the 1990s when Sex and the City introduced us to the rabbit vibrator that sex toys became a subject of everyday conversations. Today, sex toys have become more acceptable and you will see vibrators and cock rings sitting next to a selection of condoms and lubes on a supermarket shelf. Globally, the sex industry is worth about USD 15 billion globally, with 19.2% of sales comprising vibrators and 16% dildos. Around 50% of women start using sex toys when they are around 20 years old. Approximately 12% of women use a sex toy at least once a week to masturbate and interestingly, New Zealand has the most women with vibrators. Around 35% of women in New Zealand covet at least one vibrator. Back in the 1970s, only 1% of women used sex toys, which is in stark contrast to today’s 53%. The oldest sex toy is around thirty thousand years old, but it took many years for the taboo on sex toys to finally loosen and many of us now talk openly when it comes to sex toys. A negative myth and a common misconception was that sex toys are for single or lonely people. This is far from true, people of all statuses and relationships use toys. Around 78% of women who use sex toys report that they are in a serious relationship. And these women are not necessarily heterosexual women. There are plenty of same sex couples who use sex toys, both women and men alike. Another common misconception is that sex toys are for those whose sex lives are lacking. According to a recent study from Kinsey Institute, it was found that women who use vibrators experience higher levels of arousal, orgasm, lubrication and desire. Equally, pleasuring oneself with a vibrator or other sex toys, does not affect how women enjoy sex with other people. It is reported that women achieve an orgasm 64% of the time, which is suggests that getting a woman off can be hard, yet important business. In 2009, a study found that 75% of women do not achieve an orgasm during sex without the assistance of a sex toy or manual stimulation. The same study found that around 15% of women never achieve an orgasm. Sex toys, dildos and vibrators are important tools in defying this statistic. According to Vanessa Marin at the Bustle, it is advisable for women to buy a sex toy in order to increase the number and quality of their orgasms. Sex toys are also beneficial to women. Sex toys provide an excellent way to unwind and fight stress and depression as well as reduce the risk of breast cancer and cure common cold. Sex toys therefore allow women to have control not only over their sex lives, but also over their health. Sex toys for women help to cure sexual dysfunction. Women suffering from anorgasmia, a condition where women cannot reach an orgasm despite ample sexual stimulation, have been shown to benefit from vibrators for women and relaxing sex toys. Another benefit of female sex toys is that they not only help women to indulge in more pleasure but can also help to ease self-consciousness and other inhibitions that stymie good sex. A good example of such a sex toy is a blindfold.

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