Songs and Sex Toys: Let the Womanizer playlist get things going!

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Summer, sun, songs: We have compiled the ultimate womanizer playlist for you. Songs from real power women, which not only put you in a good mood, but should always remind us of one thing: we’re all perfect the way we are. And we all deserve only the best. The right toy for the very special Me-Time for example…

Turn up the music and enjoy the Womanizer playlist! Sextoy recommendations are included…

# “Womanizer” by Britney Spears

Well, that tip goes without saying. Even though Britney sings about flesh-and-blood womanizers in her song, we would like to suggest the namesakes from the toy sector to her. Brit, why don’t you try the toys? They’re guaranteed to work. Anytime. And super intense.

Our Toy Tip: Womanizer PREMIUM, because instead of annoying womanizers in the negative sense, you should rather treat yourself to only the very best. In this case intensive orgasms thanks to Pleasure Air TechnologyTM, and a relaxed time-out thanks to smart features like the Smart Silence™ function.

# “Not fair” by Lilly Allen

What a dilemma: You meet a guy who could really be Mr. Right – and then the sex with him is lousy. Lilly Allen can relate. In “Not fair” she complains to her lover that he cannot bring her to ecstasy. And she reminds us that for most people sex is an important part of a relationship – and we should only be satisfied with the best. Which, of course, does not mean that you should send your partner into the desert immediately if things get a bit rough in the beginning. Sex is a matter of practice…

Our Toy Tip: Womanizer DUO, because its dual stimulation will definitely bring ecstasy. The decisive advantage: you don’t have to decide between clitoral and vaginal stimulation, but can enjoy the full programme. Your lover still has something to learn? Then just show him the DUO…

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Womanizer PREMIUM

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Womanizer DUO

# Independent women” by Destiny’s Child

It is bad enough that we still have to talk about absolute equality between men and women today. Even though we have come a long way in this matter thanks to many strong women, there is still a lot to be done. Keyword: “pay gap”. The ladies of Destiny’s Child already sang the praises of female independence in 2000. Somehow logical that this was the soundtrack for some other power women, namely “Charlie’s Angels”. So much concentrated femininity reminds us of how important it is to stand with both feet firmly on the ground – no matter if man or woman.

Our Toy Tip: Womanizer LIBERTY, because independent people provide for their pleasure – no matter where they are. LIBERTY is the perfect travel companion thanks to its hygienic travel cap. For the one or other orgasm in between…

# “R.E.S.P.E.C.T” by Aretha Franklin

In the original this song is by Otis Reddis (1955), but it was Aretha Franklin who made it a millionaire hit in 1967. Her cover was tailored to her role as a woman. A small historical digression: At that time, women in the USA could not claim social welfare if they lived with a man. The song is about a woman who nevertheless claims social welfare and leaves it to her (unofficial) husband when he comes home. What does she expect in return? Respect! And that was as important then as it is today. Respect for each other is the basis for all interpersonal relationships. And to never forget this, let’s listen to the hit song by the soul diva.

Our Toy Tip: Womanizer STARLET, because Aretha already made it clear in the 1960s that we should always reach for the stars and not be limited by circumstances such as gender, origin, etc. In addition, this pretty toy provides unlimited pleasure – and also multiple orgasms…

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Womanizer LIBERTY

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Womanizer STARLET

# Let’s talk about sex” by Salt ‘n’ Pepa

In 1991 it was time for Salt ‘n’ Pepa to speak plainly, uh, to sing. Their song “Let’s talk about Sex” is about safe sex and the censorship of this topic in the American media at the time. We’re a good deal further ahead now, but it will always be important to talk openly about things like safe sex. It’s a good thing that the three singers realized this almost 30 years ago!

Our Toy Tip: Womanizer CLASSIC. The words in the song are clear, concise and straightforward. It’s simply about the thing – and about the thing. And the CLASSIC does the same. Oldie, but Goldie – real classics never go out of fashion.

# “You don’t own me” by Lesley Gore

At the age of 17, Lesley Gore released the song “You don’t own me” in 1963. In it she sang about the threatened emancipation, in which she made it clear to her lover that he should not own her and not tell her what to do. The song became an inspiration for many young women and is even sometimes quoted as a factor in the so-called second wave of the women’s movement. Thank you Lesley that your song still reminds us today that we don’t belong to anyone and that we should take good care of ourselves first and foremost.

Our Toy Tip: Womanizer LIBERTY, because it carries the freedom that every person in this world should feel, already in its name. Moreover, he sweetens every spontaneous trip with the most intense orgasms.

# “Just a Girl” by No Doubt

When Gwen Stefani wrote the song “Just a Girl” in 1995, she had no idea that it would become a kind of feminist anthem. In interviews she later said: “I was still so naive. I had really not written many songs yet. I didn’t even know who I was then. Nobody knew”. But even then it was clear to her what power women can develop when they live out their sexuality and show vulnerability. But according to Stefani, you only realize this when you get older. So that we keep the realization in our heads, we just listen to “Just a Girl” again and again!

Our Toy Tip: Womanizer PREMIUM. Quite simply because we are not “just girls”, but have always deserved to have fun moments in a class of their own.

# “Born this way” by Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga’s message, which she wanted to convey with her album and also with the song of the same name “Born this way”, was: support for all outsiders of this world as well as all sexually discriminated or disadvantaged people because of the colour of their skin. Everyone is equal and everyone should have the chance to live out their dreams. We have nothing more to add to that, Gaga…

Our Toy Tip: Womanizer STARLET, simply because we should be the biggest stars in life for ourselves. No matter who we are, where we come from or what we do.

# “Sex with me” by Rihanna

For this song Rihanna was celebrated by the critics* for her sexual self-confidence and female empowerment. Yes, nobody can deny RiRi that she always says out loud what she wants – and that’s good. To accept yourself, to love yourself and to live out your individual sexuality openly is important for a fulfilled and self-determined life. And by the way, this sound also makes you want the most beautiful thing in the world…

Our Toy Tip: Womanizer DUO, because to really enjoy your own sexuality, you first have to find out what you like. And this works especially well here with dual stimulation.

# Run the World (Girls)” by Beyoncé

Last but not least, our Womanizer playlist Queen B should not be missing. No matter if solo or with Destiny’s Child, the singer has released some songs that not only celebrate women but also empower them. In the following song she has a clear answer to the question “Who run the World?”: Girls! And whoever sees Beyoncé dancing in her video knows that there could be something very true to it…

Our Toy Tip: Womanizer PREMIUM, because this is the perfect toy for everyone who knows exactly what they want.

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A few years ago, Julia Heyne moved to Berlin. Not because of love, but to deal with love on a daily basis. She headed the erotic department at BILD.de for seven years and because that wasn't enough love, lust and passion, she wrote a book about online dating in 2016. Today she has renounced online dating, but continues to write for O*Diaries about the most beautiful minor matter in the world. In her spare time, she also enjoys unromantic things like mountaineering, reading and ghostwriting for various book projects.