The Sex-Positive Gifts You'll Want for Valentine's Day

Whether celebrating Valentine’s Day with bae or Galentine’s Day with the girls, these are the sex positive gifts you need to be gifting AND getting.

Why they gotta be sex positive, you ask? Because you’re showing respect for their bodies, your body and bodies in general. And that kind of positive energy is powerful and contagious.

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1) Chakrubs for the bad witches in your life


Ok, when we first saw these we were OBSESSED! Sex toys made from natural crystals? I mean, come on… This expert from their website explains it perfectly.

‘Chakrubs’ derives from Chakra, a Sanskrit word describing energy wheels. Chakrubs urge you to feel deeply, passionately, subtly. Light up your chakras, and create an intentional practice that that not only gets you off, but turns you on in way in which you will remain turned on and awakened with a renewed sense of self-awareness and wisdom.

You can buy them here.


2) A donation to Planned Parenthood

Nothing says “I care about you and respect your body” like a donation to Planned Parenthood to help millions of women across the United States get the healthcare they need to keep theirs healthy.


3) Literally anything from Sustain Natural

This amazing brand makes condoms, tampons, lube and underwear that are all VEGAN, free from harmful chemicals that a lot of drug store products use, paraben free and fragrance free.

Shop them here.

4) A necklace… that is also a vibrator


Yes, you read that right. This discreet vibrator turned accessory is perfect for tapping into your inner goddess in every situation because you can wear it as a necklace and literally no one will notice except for you. The device also features 4 speeds and 2 different pulsating modes that are whisper quiet for discreet pleasure.

Get yours here.

5) Asking your partner about their fantasies

If you’ve never had the conversation about your partner’s sexual desires, now is the time. V-Day is a great time to communicate your sexual needs to your partner or suggest trying something new.

Sadie Kurzban