Welcome to the online home of Nikki Darling. We have a carefully curated range of quality sexual health essentials, sex toys, pleasure products and other treats for you to choose from, and we invite you to spend some time in our virtual boutique or see us in person at one of our events in Melbourne, Australia.
Nikki Darling is committed to creating spaces that are fun, approachable and safe for you to learn about sexual health and pleasure. Our experienced retail sex educators are happy to answer your questions and help you choose the right product for your specific needs.
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We know how exciting it is to get your brand new product, but please take a moment to inspect it for any manufacturing defects or faults before you get down.
This is a lubricant or other sexual health or pleasure body product. This lubricant or body product is available at Nikki Darling because it is high-quality and considered “body-safe”. This means the ingredients used are not likely to cause you harm or discomfort. Of course, not all bodies are the same and if you experience pain or discomfort, please discontinue use of this product immediately, and if you can, please let us know (your feedback is invaluable to us).
Please pay careful attention to the compatibility of this product with your pleasure products and sex toys. All pleasure products and sex toys sold by Nikki Darling will have a care guide that details their lubricant compatibility.
Whilst these products are designed to be safe for the body, and some are even designed to be “kissable” or “lickable”, they are not designed to be ingested in large quantities. Please enjoy these products responsibly.
When using this product, be sure to fasten the cap or lid securely, and wipe up any spills immediately! Clean excess product off skin with warm water and soap, or your preferred body cleanser. To safely store this product, select a storage area that is out of harm’s way (being mindful of pets and children’s access to this storage space.
Please note: Manufacturers may have specific cleaning and care instructions. Take the time to read any supporting material provided by the manufacturer and follow their instructions to ensure the product is protected under warranty.
“There’s nothing empowering about one part of you being visible when the rest of you is targeted, shamed and threatened.” — Jacob Thomas, Archer Magazine #11
Welcome to Archer Magazine issue #11: the GAZE issue.
"The notion of the GAZE goes beyond media. It encompasses how we make sense of our bodies through the way other people see us... It’s the way power expresses itself through imbalances in vision control: surveillance, objectification fetishisation, gaslighting, abuse. It’s the way a systemic problem can be minimised when those with influence sweep it under the rug." — Adolfo Aranjuez, editor-in-chief, Archer Magazine #11
"Intergenerational talk is so important, to remind people that where we’re at now is not where we’ve always been." — Peter Waples-Crowe, Archer Magazine #10
Welcome to Archer Magazine issue #10: the HISTORY issue.
"History goes beyond the sounds and sights memorialised in media and archives. In fact, it's just as much, if not more, about what we don’t see or hear or read about." —Adolfo Aranjuez, editor-in-chief, Archer Magazine
* Sex Work and Society
* Trans Exclusion
* Indigenous Queer Elders
* Dominatrix Across Time
* Butch Lineage
* Perspectives on HIV
* Muslim Futurism
"I don’t feel like we need a nuclear family of our own to have people that care for us, and that we care for in fundamental ways."
- Benjamin Law, Archer Magazine #9
Welcome to Archer Magazine issue #9: the FAMILY issue.
* Q&A with Benjamin Law by Angela Serrano
* Porn and sex ed by Zahra Stardust
* Transgender kids by Jo Hirst
* Polyamory by Page Turner
* Aboriginal families by Nayuka Gorrie
* Queercrip communities by Robin M Eames
* Rainbow families by Matilda Douglas-Henry
* Infidelity by Cat McGauran
* HIV and gay men by Dean Beck
* 'Fat Femmes to the Front' shoot by Tanja Bruckner/Archer Magazine
“Nightlife operates as a zone of playful exchange. It’s a space of exposure to difference that can change your take on things, or how you feel about the world. The best nights make new things possible.”
- Kane Race, Archer Magazine #8
Online space. Physical space. Bodily space. Emotional space.
This issue has it all.
*Q&A with Alex Lahey
* Sex worker spaces by Tilly Lawless
* Masculinity and the Brown Boi Project by Rathini Kandavel
* Hair and identity by Jaya Keaney
* Queer in detention by Nima
* Saudi Arabia to Australia by Razia Zakarya
* Public sex by Regan Lynch
* BDSM communities by Anna Kingston
* Share houses and The Dirty Habit by Vincent Silk
The SHE/HERS issue -- Archer Magazine #6
* Sex and motherhood by Carly Lorente
* Trans in the public eye by Jordan Raskopouls
* Sexual diversity and Aboriginal cultures by Alison Whittaker
* Pain and sex by Phoebe Paterson de Heer
* Sex and chronic fatigue syndrome by Jenny O'Keefe
* Menstrual sex by Rosanna Stevens
* Lesbian sex myths by Brigitte Lewis
* Q&A with JD Samson
* Butch (Meg Allen)
* The Pink Choice (Maika Elan)
* QPOC fashion showcase
"There is a strange combination of terror and freedom I feel when objectified..."
Love affairs with our bodies. The stigma associated with butt sex. How religion impacts sexuality. Plus, stories of sexuality and gender from Malaysia, China, USA, rural Australia, Zimbabwe and more...
Welcome to Archer Magazine #5.
* Marriage equality by Dennis Altman
* Sex and bodies by Maeve Marsden
* Trans desirability by Simona Castricum
* Butt politics by Dion Kagan
* Sex across cultures by Dr Tinashe Dune
* Bisexual in Western Sydney by Omar Sakr
* Religion and sexuality by Rochelle Siemienowicz
* The coming out process by Kristin Russo
* Queer in rural communities by Gavriil Aleksandrs
* Q&A with Magda Szubanski
* Faces and Phases (Zanele Muholi)
* All Love is Equal (Braden Summers)
* I Miss You Already (Shen Wei)
Why does society assume older people have no sexual identity, desire or need for self-discovery?
Archer's groundbreaking fourth issue challenges this assumption.
* Sex over 70 by Doreen Wendt-Weir
* Gender transition by Sally Conning
* Sex in aged care by Dr Catherine Barrett
* Dance and sexuality by Janet W. Hardy
* Naturism by Sam Twyford-Moore
* Bisexuality and stigma by Sally Goldner
* Q&A with Paulmac
* Homophobia in sport by Gus Johnston
* Disclosure and body diversity by Phoebe Hart
* Flawless Sabrina (Zackary Drucker)
* Women of New York (Katrina Del Mar)
After a sold-out sophomore edition, Archer's highly-anticipated third issue is packed with more thought-provoking articles on sexuality, gender, identity and society, including:
- Michelle Dicinoski (Ghost Wife, 2013) on masturbation
- Benjamin Law (The Family Law, 2010) on being gay at school
- Nic Holas on Sex on Premises Venues
- Eloise Brook on transgender narratives
- Simon Copland on fetish
- Jax Jacki-Brown on pashing in public
- Carody Culver on fashion and sexuality
"Drive a one inch badge pin through my heart" - Muscles
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