how to use adult toys
How to use sex toys in the bedroom without feeling awkward
You’ve got sleeves, dildos, props, plugs, things that go in places, things that go on places, and things that go just about anywhere. Just like sex, there are many types of toys and even more ways to enjoy them.
There are probably more sex toys out there than you could use in a lifetime, and each of them more versatile than you can imagine (but, go ahead and try). Some solo sex toys can even translate into a great shared experience for you and your partner, but some are made with both of you in mind.
Sex Toys That Are More Fun With A Partner
Women Get Real About When, Where, and How They Use Sex Toys
When did you get your first vibrator?
–>I got my first vibrator from a coworker friend
What kind was it?
–> It was glow in the dark, the cheap wand kind
Was getting it a positive experience?
–> It was a fun gift
Had you had orgasms before you got it?
–> Yes, but only my myself, not with a guy
How was it the first time you used it?
–> It felt cool, different
Is it more focused on clitoral or G-spot stimulation?
Have you ever had a bad experience with a sex toy?
–> Not yet, but I’ve only used a couple varieties.
Do you use dildos? Why/why not?
–> No, I don’t find them to be a turn on
Has a partner ever suggested using a sex toy you didn’t want to use?
–> Not yet
Do you feel like you enjoy non-sex-toy sex more or less since you started using sex toys?
–> I definitely prefer non-sex-toy sex
Do you think it’s possible to use sex toys too often?
–> If it feels good for you, then no
Do you use anal sex toys?
–> I do not
Something simple and easy to operate. Some of them look really intimidating and do a hundred different things. Really all you need is to figure out what works for you and find a toy that does that.