As a couple, one thing that you are likely to want is a healthy and fun sex life. Whilst sex isn’t the be all and end all of relationships, it is a good chunk of what keeps you together. When you have been together for some time, you can find that your sex life starts to wane a little. Particularly if you are both busy with other things such as work, or are trying to raise a family.
It's a well-known fact that there's still a stigma attached to sex toys, even more so in a relationship. The person who's quite open-minded about sex toys and bringing them into the bedroom is often shot down by the other half who's suddenly become self-conscious - why? Because at the first mention of some additional sexual stimulation and immediately they fear that they're just not pleasing you enough, which of course just isn't true in most cases. Sex is about exploration - and the introduction of sex toys should be that next step in the adventure.
It's a well known fact that straight guys are completely against
anything to do with their rear area. Mention the bottom and immediately
it just "has to be gay". However listen up 'straighty's' - it's only gay
if another guy does it! If you're a guy who wants to know the pleasures
and the benefits of massaging your prostate, then read on, the benefits
might just surprise you!
Picking the right material for your vibrator is nearly as important as deciding what type you want. The vibrator’s material affects countless factors including its price, how you use it, and even its life-span. When you're buying a vibrator, there are three main factors for you to consider when it comes to material.