I was embrassed to buy my vibrator without my husband

Duration: 13min 28sec Views: 1257 Submitted: 09.04.2020
Category: Bisexual Male
In the post-sexual revolution world, you'd think a group of young, sexually active women wouldn't start fidgeting in their seats at the mention of using sex toys. Didn't cultural phenomena like "Sex and the City" and 50 Shades of Grey shed the awkwardness and prepare us for this? It appears not: The general reaction I got when I brought up the topic to various friends -- both single and in relationships -- was giggling and blushing Before I knew it, I found myself in a bright pink sex shop surrounded by vibrators, cock rings and all sorts of sexual contraptions I'd never want my mother to know I've seen, all in the name of research. But it wasn't some daunting, x-rated experience --it was actually pretty fun and damn educational.

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Shopping for sex toys can be a lot like online dating : awkward, overwhelming, and a challenge that calls for separating the high-quality options from the duds. Does vibration pattern matter? And for goodness sake, does it actually have to look like a penis? It's self-care at its finest. Before shopping, think about what you want from your new toy. It's the only way you can guarantee it'll live up to its buzz.

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If you've ever used a vibrator in the bedroom, you know that introducing your partner to your trusted Hitachi Magic Wand can be just as awkward and jealousy-inducing as introducing them to an ex. But new research indicates that cultural attitudes toward couples' vibrator use might be changing. A study from the University of Guelph, Ontario, recently surveyed 49 men, between the ages of 25 and 58, in heterosexual relationships, to determine their attitudes about using vibrators with their partners. Contrary to popular belief, most men weren't hesitant about using sex toys, nor did they feel "intimidated" or "threatened" by their partner introducing a mechanical third party into the bedroom. In fact, "many men even reported an increase in sexual intimacy between them and their partners" as a result of using a vibrator during sex.
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