The shame associated with buying a sex toy needs to be lifted! You shouldn’t feel embarrassed walking into a sex shop or ordering from the internet. Instead, hold your head up high! Be proud of your sexual independence.
No more lugging your comforter to a laundromat to wash it every week. Get a little messy with body paints? Just throw down your Liberator Fascinator Throw and you won’t have to fight over who has to sleep on the sticky spot. Hands get a little slippery during a massage? Craving some period sex? I think you get my point.
Why not get her something that is based on her favorite color? After all, what delights her eyes are going to have a better chance of delighting her elsewhere. Plus, her favorite color can indicate a lot about her personality and desires.
There are many reasons why personalization in the bedroom, especially with sex toys, is not only better for your sex life but incredibly important. For a starter, people have different tastes and desires, so what works for you might not work for someone else. An adaptable toy gives you the freedom to choose how you use it every single time you play—the choice is truly yours.
There’s an old adage that ‘If you don’t use it, you lose it.’ I think there is some truth in that because I have noticed that the more I have sex, the hornier I am. Your body and mind get pulled into a million directions and unless sex is presented as an area of focus, it can slip from your mind completely.
I tend to think that it changes your expectations rather than sensations. A vibrator can feel more intense and work faster than your hand or mouth. After some time, you can grow to expect that level of sensation and that reaction from your body.
You don’t have to be like Scarface and whip out all the goods at once. Instead, take your time, and wait until you’ve had a few sessions with your partner to bring up the idea of using sex toys together. Make the transition easy by building a bridge of trust and communication both inside and outside of the bedroom.