Sex Toys are Allies, not Competitors

There is only one thing better than a pleasure product in solo play and that’s a sex toy shared between lovers, a duet if you will. The challenge with sex toys for couples in a heterosexual relationship is that often guys feel emasculated by sex toys. Studies have shown that over 80% of womxn need something more than just penetration to orgasm sex toys for couples can be that game-changer in the bedroom. Whether you are into sex toys to get your rocks off or to add some spice to your relationship it can be a daunting conversation to have with your lover. It is worthwhile to note that when you can share your needs openly with your lover you move towards a more fulfilling and fun sex life. So what can you do if your lover is feeling threatened by sex toys? Helping your lover to not see them as a competitor to their natural talents and abilities will help them ‘get open to it’ by starting up the conversation around sex toys for couples being an ally. Some sex toys like bullet vibrators are so petite after all. According to Bustle, a digital destination for young women, research studies have confirmed time and time again that womxn in same-sex relationships have more orgasms than womxn in straight relationships. This further highlights the space that exists for men in the sexual satisfaction of womxn – this isn’t a weakness but rather an opportunity to explore. It is totally hot to see your partner in sexual ecstasy and we know if you had to ask your man if he would like you to orgasm more often, no doubt he would reply "yes, yes please". When you convince your lover to try sex toys even just once, we are pretty sure…

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