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Why You Should Try a Sex Toy?

why someone would want to use a vibrator. Using a vibrator to get off if you're used to your hand is a lot like driving a car with an automatic transmission after you've practiced on a stick shift. It's a lot less work, so you can just sit back and enjoy the ride. Of course, if you've never driven a stick, that analogy does nothing for you, Here, in a nutshell, are five great reasons why you should try a vibrator .

Do Vibrators Make orgasm Easier?

It's easier for many women to have an orgasm with a vibrator; it's easier for women to get clitoral stimulation during intercourse with a vibrator; it's easier to reach the G spot and the P Spot (prostate) with a sex toy; it's easier to prolong better erection with a sex toy That will continue and continue. The beauty of making things easier during sex, as in the car analogy above, is that you can sit back and enjoy the ride. Instead of worrying about whether you're going to come or if you're going to come too soon, you can relax and focus solely on the pleasure at hand.

Do Vibrators Help You Break Out of a boring Routine?

Do you need a particular stroke to masturbate, a particular position to orgasm, or a just-so lick during oral sex?

it will expand your ranges of satisfaction, offering certain types of stimulation that hands or tongues can't.

An erectile organ sleeve would possibly tickle your fancy, a strap-on vibrator might free you up to try different intercourse positions, or a small vibrator might add a delightful extra buzz to your next blow job. Think of vibrator as adding more entries to an ever-expanding sexual buffet. And if you enjoy the food as sex metaphor, bear in mind that food itself works well as a sex toy. If you have any doubts, read the sexy and hilarious erotic story, Thanksgiving with the In-laws

Do Vibrators Inspire Sexual Confidence?

By Getting a sex toy and pressing it to your sex organ, you are taking responsibility for your sexual needs and desires.

In a culture wherever we tend to learn little regarding pleasance, this act alone is spectacular.

Rather than waiting passively for someone to fulfill all your sexual needs, you take matters into your own hands. As a result, you learn more about your sexuality, you gain greater self-confidence and expertise, and you're more likely to have satisfying sexual encounters in the future.


Do Vibrators Spice Up Partner Sex?

As I mentioned in the introduction, despite their reputation as singles' playthings, vibrators actually enhance partner sex play by enabling you to do certain things you might not otherwise

be able to whether it is a vibrator adding simply the proper clitoric stimulation throughout intercourse or a butt plug that makes coming back from prostate stimulation possible.

Over the years I've heard from hundreds of couples who describe toy experiences that changed their lives whether they discovered a new erogenous zone, learned to climax together for

the first time, or enjoying a renewed passion because of a sex toy.

Do Vibrators Make the Mood?

You'll discover that sure forms of sex play beg for a few sex toy accessories.

That back caress may feel even better when it's given with a warming oil, that kiss may resonate even more deeply if your hands are tied to the bedposts,

and that cyber fling may short-circuit your laptop if you are wearing a vibrator.

Adding vibrators will incite your imagination and lend simply the proper spark of the journey to your lovemaking.

What Are The Common MYTHS About SEX TOYS?

Even with all these great reasons to try sex toys, most people still harbor a few reservations about trying them. I've found that a little information and encouragement go along way toward relieving those anxieties, freeing people to explore this new realm of erotic pleasure.

Is Sex Toys Are Only for People Whose Sex Lives 
Need Help?

The fact that it has been referred to as marital aids and sexual aids for so long has done much to further this myth. The word aid implies that you should use one of these toys only if you need to fix something that's broken. But a woman who finds that a vibrator helps her have an orgasm more easily is not broken, nor is a man who discovers that a cock ring helps his erection last longer. Individual sexual response falls on a vast continuum, and it fluctuates over one's lifetime. If we measured sexual performance against one single ideal, we'd all end up broken at some time in our lives, and who needs to walk around under that cloud? I've always been a fan of the term sex toy because it reminds me not to take sex too seriously it's hard not to smile when there's a butterfly vibrating one's clitoris. Sex is unpredictable, exciting, elusive, messy, and playful, and vibrators make a natural addition to this wonderful mix.

Is Sex Toys Are Unnatural?

This stems from the belief that proper sex should involve only the equipment that you were born with. If you're strict about this, sex is bound to get a little boring. Forget the sexy lingerie, the romantic movie, the candlelight, the satin sheets, or the massage oil. All these things contribute to our experience of sex and are no more natural than vibrator, yet most folks don't have a problem with them. If you want something organic, take a tip from our ancestors, who fashioned dildos out of stone or wood. Or just lighten up! I'm not suggesting you play with bioengineered corn, for heaven's sake.

If I Use a Sex toy man/woman, People Will Think I'm a Gay/lesbian?

I use a butt plug, people will think I'm gay. If I like dildos, then I must be a lesbian. If I want to tie my partner up, I must be a dominatrix. These are just sexual stereotypes that will only hinder your sexual curiosity and growth. One thing I learned working at a sex toy store is that all kinds of people have all kinds of sexual tastes, and they absolutely cannot be neatly compartmentalized based on sexual orientation. Sure, lots of lesbians like dildos, but so does the woman who wants to have a dildo in her vagina while her husband anally penetrates her. Not all gay men like anal sex, just as not all heterosexual women like giving blow jobs. Your desire to try out a pair of wrist restraints doesn't mean you're headed for a career in SM, it just means you have a healthy sexual inquisitiveness! Your sexual identity defines who you are, not your sexual practices. So quit worrying what the Joneses might think, and just do what feels good.

Are Sex Toys for Losers, Loners, or Geeks?

If you've paid any attention to pop culture recently, you'll know this stereotype is on its way out. Vibrators, which seldom appeared in TV or movies, and then only as fetish objects or punch lines for jokes about lonely women, are finally gaining some respect. Witness the popularity of shows like Sex and the City, and the way its female characters rhapsodized about their toys (sending sales of two popular vibrators, the Hitachi and the Rabbit, sky high). One day while reading Vibe magazine I ran across a quote from rapper Ice T about how he likes to use his favorite vibrator (the Pocket Rocket) on the ladies. Who'd have thought that vibrator would one day rise above their ignoble past to become positively hip! But you needn't be a trendsetter to get pleasure from vibrator, simply broad-minded. Chances are, if you buy one today, you'll have something in common with your favorite celebrity, the parent at the PTA meeting, or the girl, like me, who discovered their sweet charms one lazy summer.

If you started this Article with any reservations about using vibrator, I hope they are now banished from your mind. Enjoying great sex requires letting go of sexual insecurities and just focusing on what brings you pleasure. And vibrators are just waiting to expand your potential for pleasure.