Many people talk about sex toys, some just snicker, some even scoff, while others thoroughly enjoy them. There are some amazing sex toys on the market for men and women. Sharing sex toys with your partner, experimenting, and learning about what pleasures you most is exciting.
Sometimes people that already use vibrators would like to use them with their partners, but are afraid their partner would be offended. Or, there may be others that tried to share their toys with a partner, but received negative reactions. Still others would love to experience them, but are too embarrassed to shop for one.
Still, it’s doubtful that most people would deny that sex toys don’t feel good! Sex aids can set the stage to spice up your love life and bring excitement to the bedroom. It’s doubtful, that anyone would dispute that orgasms feel fabulous! And, sex toys might help you have better, more powerful and intense orgasms.
Sometimes, couples get bored with their sex life, at some point in their relationship. Adding enhancement toys can bring fun back into the bedroom. Sharing new sexual experiences and incorporating new things to experience together, can offer different intimate sharing. Watching your partner’s expressions or responses while using a toy can be extremely stimulating.
Some women have difficulty reaching orgasm without clitoral stimulation, which can be difficult to do during intercourse. And, some men have problems maintaining erections for as long as they’d like. Sex toys might be the answer to both these concerns.
Perhaps these reasons are enough to justify adding sex enhancers to your playtime. But, even though many propose they are open-minded and adventurous, they might be unreceptive to trying new things, such as sex toys. Sometimes, the best course to take is to discuss your feelings and desires with your partner. Maybe a bit of reassurance and convincing would be all it takes to begin a new chapter in your loving relationship.
Many people are nervous about using vibrators or other sexual aids. Sometimes people misconstrue playtime and fantasy. They might think you’re insinuating they are inadequate. Most likely, you won’t know your partner’s feelings or reservations about these things until you open the discussion with him or her.
Some people think only perverts, sluts, or freaks use sex toys. And, yes, perverts, sluts, and freaks use them, but so do doctors, lawyers, secretaries, housewives, accountants, and other professionals. They don’t make you weird; they just make you orgasm.
Mostly, sex toys are used in solo-sex, but are just as much fun when shared with a partner. Sex toys do not mean there’s something wrong with your relationship. In fact, using sex toys can actually strengthen your relationship, and add fun to your playtime. Sometimes a partner might believe the sex toy may replace them, or that you prefer the toys over them. While it is undeniable that a vibrating penis that brings you to orgasm every time, is not enjoyable, does not indicate you desire your partner less. And, sex toys do not provide everything. For instance, you can’t cuddle or feel connected to a vibrator when the playtime is over. When the experience of sexual release is finished with the vibrator, it’s over and done. Always reassure your partner that nothing can replace the tenderness and intimacy shared between two people.
Another concern about sex toys is that some people might think their ability to orgasm with a partner may be diminished. Although, intense orgasms can be experienced with the toys, they cannot take the place of a real person. People have used their fingers and hands to masturbate since they were young, however most still prefer partner sex versus solo sex.
If your lover cannot accept usage of a sex toy during sexual playtime, don’t force your partner. Assure him or her that you don’t ‘need’ a toy, but that you’re curious and would like to experiment with them. Intimacy is to be enjoyed. And, respect for each other is very important.