Choosing The Right Sex Toy!
This entry was posted on June 15, 2017.
When choosing sex toys there are nuances that must be discovered on a personal level. Sometimes, you have to try something to see if you like it. And working out the details of a particular toy takes practice. But, hey—that is the kind of homework we can get behind!
Choosing Sex Toys Best for You
A light touch is best when choosing sex toys. After a while, you may want to try something more experimental or powerful once you get used to using toys. Having more power is necessary for some women, but for others, it can feel overwhelming. If you’re feeling uncertain about choosing sex toys, look for ones with settings that can be adjusted from slow to fast. Sex toys with different vibration patterns may help with the adjustment period as well. You can apply and release pressure in pleasurable ways while keeping the vibration steady throughout your session.
Quality Counts when Choosing Sex Toys
If you wouldn’t put it in your mouth then don’t put it where the sun doesn’t shine. We recommend looking for sex toys with medical grade silicone and other top quality materials. Not only will it feel smoother while using, it will last longer and will not break down over time. Even within high-quality silicone, there are a lot of variations on density that can provide a softer, more realistic feel to a firm, stiff feel. A metal or glass toy is going to give you a more inorganic sensation than silicone, but the cold, hard touch can press your buttons like no other.
A Personal Touch
Some sex toys have a reputation for being nerve-killers, implying the reduction of sensation over time. This is particularly applied to the most popular toy of all time, the Hitachi Magic Wand. This idea is inaccurate, however; because you will not be damaged from using powerful toys. If you notice your toys are not working as they once did, try laying off a certain powerful motor for a couple of weeks should restore all the sensation. Switching it up sometimes keeps your body from developing certain expectations.
If you still want to avoid toys that put a lot of pressure on your nerve endings, go for something with a silicone cover that has some give like the Je Joue Mimi Soft. Or, try a toy that doesn’t require pressure to pleasure you, like the Womanizer or Satisfyer, which suck rather than vibrates.
Say Hello to My Little Friend
Sharing is caring. So, you may want to bring your toys into bed when you are with your partner. If he or she is intimidated, there are inconspicuous couples toys that can blend better with your movements. The We-Vibe collection is great for providing vibrations during sex, or choose something petite like the Doc Johnson Tryst that can tantalize both of you from foreplay to intercourse.