Tips For Bringing Your Sex Toy & Your Real Boy Together

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If you are only spending time with your B.O.B when your real live boyfriend isn’t around then you are both missing out! There are studies that show that not only do most women need sex toys during foreplay to get their happy ending but they also show that sex toys can help with a man’s orgasm as well. Here are some tips on how to bring your B.O.B. and your BF together.

1. How to bring up using a sex toy in bed with your boyfriend without making him feel inadequate:

Since sex toys appear everywhere from TV shows like House of Lies to your local CVS you can use that to your advantage. Bring it up like something you saw one TV. If you bring it up like something you saw and wanted to try out, its simply curiosity and not a replacement of him or judgment of his skills.

2. Hook and line now for the sinker:

Ok so you got him to say yes, now what? Your best bet is to suggest a sex shop to go to together. Make a sexy day trip of it. If he isn’t comfortable going to a sex shop then you could always go online and shop like that.

3. A little for me a little for you?

Sometimes guys can be uncomfortable with you using a sex toy on them. That is something you want to discuss prior to getting down to business that way in the throws of passion you don’t cross a line you didn’t know was there.  But remember if you are using condoms with your significant other than if kind of defeats the purpose if you then use sex toys on each other with no protection on the sex toy. I know it sounds weird but you can apply condoms to sex toys as well.

4. My vibrator feels more normal to me than my boyfriend:

There haven’t been any studies as of yet saying that you will become desensitized to the real thing by using your vibrator or sex toy too often. Women do become less sensitive the older they get but less sensitivity isn’t linked to poorer sex over time. Don’t you worry your little heart!

The Cure

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     Did you know that 1/3 of the women in this world own a vibrator? I know it’s a crazy thought especially since when the vibrator was originally invented, its purpose was to cure women of “hysteria” a term that at the time, was used to describe what we now call sexual frustration. Doctors grew weary of manually relieving women of this ailment so they designed a machine that vibrated and was applied to the clitoris in or to induce orgasm.

     Ironically enough a woman’s pleasure was the furthest thing from the minds of the men who created the vibrator. Today women have replaced men’s laziness, the laziness that led to the invention in the first place, with the very same invention, the vibrator.

     Up until the 20th century men the world over believed that women did not experience physical sexual pleasure and were simply content to be the proverbial “hole in the wall” that mean treated them like.  Women had only 2 purposes of which the second was to bear children and in the eyes of men didn’t experience the same pleasures. This as obviously since been proven very wrong but you can see why men operating under that impression left women suffering from this “hysteria.” I would go crazy too if the man I was having sex with never bothered to make sure I had an orgasm!

      In the late 19th century doctors were making a killing in the “orgasm” game or what they used to call “paroxysm” because according to them at the time women didn’t experience sexual gratification the way men did.  At the time doctors didn’t exactly have the stellar reputation they do today. Their methods tended to kill more people than they helped, so when they developed the cure for hysteria women were more than happy to come back over and over for treatment.

      Unfortunately for the doctors their monopoly on the vibrator was short-lived.  Thanks to advertising in women’s magazines, the vibrator soon made its way into homes disguised as the “personal massager.” Even today they are still sometimes described as personal massagers but for the most part it is out in the open. I mean it had to be after the women’s movement and feminism took hold in our country.  Of course it took women to get things going!

      Today there are thousands of different vibrators. They are plug in, portable bullets, egg shaped, long and pink, battery powered, and water proof. 1/3 of women own a vibrator and to think we owe it all to some lazy doctors who thought we didn’t get off the way they did.

-SweetDee

1 in 3 Women own a Vibrator

That’s more than own a washing machine.
A vibrator is now considered an essential item for many modern women. Now there truly something – that vibrates – for everybody.
~GANJA VIBES

5 Things You Need To Know About Vibrators

 

Vibrators 101: What to know about everyone’s favorite sex toy.

Some are called rabbits. Others? Elephants. There are plenty of words to describe the battery-powered pleasure centers that are tucked in bedside drawers everywhere, but they’re best known by one word: vibrators.

Every woman should have a vibrator handy, but sadly such is not the case. Perhaps it’s a lack of knowledge about the power—literally and figuratively—of these sex toys. To catch everyone up to speed, we’ve assembled five things that every woman needs to know about her should-be best friend.

1. Vibrators are good for you. Sure, they help you orgasm without requiring the pesky presence of a male, but “good for you” also relates to health. Studies have shown that women who use vibrators are more likely to have had their annual gynecological exam than women who don’t use them. So, essentially, as you’re giving yourself the gift of clitoral stimulation, you’re also more mindful of your vaginal health. That’s a win-win in our book.

2. Dudes don’t hate them. Contrary to popular belief, vibrators don’t intimidate men. Maybe not every guy will be showering his girlfriend with gift-wrapped Pink Elephants, but studies show that overall men are A-OK with women using vibrators. In fact, many agree they are a healthy part of a woman’s sex life.

3. You’ve got to believe! Having confidence in the power of your battery-powered friend can do wonders. In one research study, women who had positive beliefs regarding their vibrators—and had used them within the previous 30 days—reported higher levels of sexual satisfaction. That means more arousal, lubrication and better orgasms.

4. They can get dirty. No, we aren’t talking the kinky kind of dirty; we’re talking the “need to be cleaned” kind. Think about where that vibrator has been and then think about the last time you gave it a good wipe down. Sorry if we’re grossing you out, it’s just the truth, ladies. There is such a thing as sex toy cleaner, but for those of us not looking for high-end help, soap will do just fine. In general, just wet a cloth with warm, soapy water and wipe off your toy (just avoid the battery compartment and control area).

5. They have a shelf life. A nice, expensive vibrator will last you a good, long while—but not forever. The cheaper ones will last for about one year if used semi regularly. And, if a vibe is made with a jelly or rubber, it absolutely must be tossed after one year, no matter how much it cost. Such materials harbor bacteria so keeping them longer than a year is bad news for lady parts. The good news is that more high-end vibrators often come with warranties, so if something breaks (perhaps from overuse?) replacement is possible.

 

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A Royal Wedding “Ring”

Sex Toy Team Crafts Royal Wedding ‘Ring’ for Prince William & Kate Middleton


One size fits all.

A British sexy toy company has made a very special commemorative wedding ring in honor of Prince William and Catherine Middleton’s upcoming nuptials.

But this wedding ring adorns an extension of the male body a little farther south of the left hand. Oh, and it vibrates.

Wanna pretend you’re as fancy and cheeky as the royal family? Have you been following the too-skinny scandal, wedding dress details, and even ordered one of those giant portrait pizzas? Then you’re the perfect candidate for this royal blue silicone penis ring designed with a crown-like imprint that feels as good as it looks. (We guess?)


Just say, “I do” and press the ON button.

Supposedly drafted by professional artists, the Commemorative Royal Wedding Ring is a “classic collectible to cherish” – by stretching it around your cock and balls before railing your own princess into oblivion.
Class and poise. It’s the royal way.

But bad news for us Yanks: It’s only available across the pond.

Sigh.

By Barbie Davenporte Wed., Apr. 27 2011 at 2:47 PM

Spice up your sex with a vibrator, says HOT Spice Girl Mel B

Mel B, 34, who was shocked to learn that most women do not have an orgasm, decided to dole out advice on how to attain it.

“I read about new research that showed 75 per cent of women don’t have an orgasm during sex!” the Sun quoted her as telling Closer magazine.

“Oh my God! That amazed me, because having a good sex life is absolutely essential in my opinion.

“My advice to women who are unfulfilled in the bedroom is to invest in a sex toy. I use a little vibrator called a Pocket Rocket – and it does the trick every time.

“The good thing about sex toys is you can use them by yourself of with your partner.

“My hubby and I have a great time together – I’m not sure if it’s because we’re the same age, but we both have very high libidos,” she said.

The singer also went on to give tips on how to create the perfect sexual environment.

“If you feel like getting intimate with your partner, it’s important to be relaxed,” she said.

“I often have a candle-lit bath first and listen to some soothing music. Next, put on some gorgeous lingerie – I’ve got a big collection that’s just for the bedroom.

“Make sure there are no distractions, then go for it!” she added.

Missy Elliott

Missy Elliott also turns to sex aides to satisfy her needs, “My vibrator keeps me happy for now… the butterfly is my favorite – it’s out of this world.” Missy’s even wrote a song celebrating the wonders of vibrators called “Toyz”, which contains the lyrics “I gotta bag full of toys and I don’t need none of your boys!

The butterfly is her favorite, FOR NOW.