Interested In Sex Toys? How to Get Started With Your Partner
Whether you’re an all-star in the bedroom and you’re looking to get your partner out of their box or you’re a newbie looking to spice things up, sex toys can be a lot of fun. However, talking to your partner can about wanting to give them a try can be a bit more delicate than it seems.
Use this guide to help you talk to your partner about sex toys and make it a fun thing, not a scary one.
If you’re already familiar with sex toys – maybe you even already own some – you don’t want to scare your partner by getting too advanced on them too fast. One of the best things you can do for somebody who is potentially intimidated is to simply buy basic items that aren’t so scary.
For example, things like cock rings, wearable items and small massagers can work much better than items used for penetration. Starting slow is essential if you want to keep from scaring your partner out of the mood.
Don’t Rely on Toys
Toys aren’t a way to make your sex life better all the time, and they aren’t a replacement for your partner. Make sure that an apprehensive partner knows that, and don’t pull the toys out each and every time that you’re together. If you do, you could run the risk of a sensitive partner thinking they aren’t enough for you.
That’s likely not what you mean, so don’t make them feel that way.