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Sex Toy FAQs


Is it ok for a 15-year-old girl to use a butt plug?

The key is to know yourself and listen to your body. If you feel comfortable using one, then go for it! But if you have any reservations about using one, then don’t.”

What’s a good excuse for a vibrator? I’m a teen and my mom wouldn’t want me to have one.

Well, I think the best thing to do is just tell her. Tell her your friends to have them and you want one.
I’m sure your mom can relate to that.

If she’s not okay with you having one, then maybe there’s another adult in your life who understands more about sexual health and will be able to help you out. A teacher or a doctor or someone like that.

What are some good reviewed small and quiet vibrators under $40?

The We-Vibe Tango is a small and relatively quiet clitoral vibrator. It has 8 different modes of vibration, which can be controlled by the free We-Connect app for Android, iOS, and Windows devices.

The Lelo Ora 2 is a small and stylish vibrator that also comes with remote control. It’s waterproof and rechargeable, so you can use it in the shower or bathtub without worrying about water damage.

The JimmyJane Form 3 is a rechargeable wireless vibrator that comes with five different vibration modes. It comes at a relatively cheap price point compared to other similar products on the market.

I would recommend the Lelo Ina 2 or 3, they are both small and quiet. The Ina 2 is a bit more powerful and has a few more features (like an app). If you don’t care about the app feature, then I would recommend Ina 3.

The Lelo Ella is another great choice if you’re looking for something smaller and less expensive than the Ina 2/3. It’s also waterproof and comes with a travel pouch!

I would avoid rabbits or other large vibrators because they will be noisy.

As far as recommendations go, I would look at good reviews from trusted reviewers like Epiphora or Dangerous Lilly.

I’m a girl (14 years old). My mom took my vibrator from me because she thinks I’m too young to use it. What am I supposed to do?

As a woman who has been there herself, I know how frustrating and upsetting it can be when your mother takes away your sex toys. You don’t want to run away from home, but you also don’t want to be without your vibrator.

My girlfriend got a vibrator. Does this mean I’m not good enough?

If your girlfriend got a vibrator, it doesn’t mean she’s not satisfied with you. It just means that she wants to try something new in the bedroom.

A vibrator is an object that vibrates to provide pleasurable sensations. They range from small handheld devices to large, powerful contraptions that look like some kind of spaceship.

Vibrators are used for both men and women, but they’re most commonly associated with women because they can stimulate a woman’s clitoris and bring her to orgasm faster than any other method (including fingers).

So why does your girlfriend need a vibrator? Maybe she wants something that will feel good all on its own, without having to be inserted into a partner. The only way for her to know if this is true is by trying one out herself!

Do I need to feel threatened by this?

You shouldn’t feel threatened at all! If anything, you should feel flattered that your girlfriend trusts you enough to share something so personal with you.
If you really want reassurance that she isn’t looking for an exit strategy, ask her if she would ever consider cheating on

How do I secretly buy a vibrator? I’m 19 and still live with my parents, and I’ll be using my own money.

The first thing you need to do is figure out what kind of vibrator you want. Do you want a simple bullet or a rabbit? Do you want something with a remote control? What about something that plugs into the wall?

Once you’ve figured out what you want, there are a few things to keep in mind when picking a place to buy it.

First, make sure that whatever store you buy your vibrator from has a good return policy. If it doesn’t work out for whatever reason, they should be able to give you your money back without any hassle.
Next, look at how many other people have bought things at the store before and how many were satisfied with their purchase. This will help you figure out if other people have had good experiences with this particular store and whether or not it’s worth buying something from them.

Finally, look at how much money they charge for shipping and handling costs because these can add up quickly depending on where you live and where the store is located as well as what type of product(s) you buy from them!

Can I get “desensitized” by too much vibrator use?

The idea that you could end up numbing the nerves in your vagina and be unable to have an orgasm is absolutely false, says Dr. Leah Millheiser, director of the Female Sexual Medicine Program at Stanford University.

In fact, she says, there’s no evidence that using a vibrator desensitizes women to sexual pleasure. “I haven’t seen any studies that would suggest that women are getting desensitized from using vibrators too much,” she says.

In fact, it’s just the opposite: Vibrators can actually make women more sensitive over time because they allow them to explore their own bodies and experience pleasure in new ways.

You can certainly use a vibrator too much — if you do it as often as possible, day after day — but there’s no evidence that this will lead to desensitization or numbness. In fact, some research has shown that using a vibrator can actually increase the size of some nerve fibers in the clitoris and make them more sensitive overall — something called “dysfunction” by doctors is often just normal human variation!

Are there negative effects to using a vibrator?

This study is the first to investigate the use of vibrators among women who have had a hysterectomy. The findings suggest that even after surgery, women can still experience orgasm and pleasure from their genitals.

“The study about women’s vibrator use affirms what many doctors and therapists have known for decades — that vibrator use is common, it’s linked to positive sexual function such as desire and ease of orgasm, and it’s rarely associated with any side effects,” said Dr. Drew Ramsey, a urologist at Yale School of Medicine who was not involved in the research.

Although most people consider vibrators to be sex toys, they are also used by some people without partners as part of masturbation or during foreplay with a partner. Vibrators come in all shapes, sizes, and colors. They may be manually operated or battery-powered, but all provide stimulation through vibration.

The study included nearly 500 female participants who were surveyed about their sexual experiences with vibrators before and after hysterectomy — surgery that removes the uterus from the body — performed between 2008 and 2017 at two hospitals in Boston: Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and Brigham & Women’s Hospital (BWH). The majority of participants were white

Is your vibrator addiction ruining your ability to orgasm?

When I was younger, vibrators were the stuff of dirty jokes. But now they’re ubiquitous, and most women have at least one on their nightstands.

But as vibrator use has become more commonplace, some theorists have come up with a term for what they believe happens to a vulva that has been desensitized by excessive vibrator use: vibrator vulvodynia.

Vibrator vulvodynia is not recognized by the medical community as a real condition—there’s no official diagnosis or treatment for it. But some women say that after years of using sex toys, they can’t orgasm without one. And some doctors are concerned about how much we rely on these devices for pleasure and how little we know about their long-term effects.

Dr. Mary Steenburgh, an OB/GYN who wrote The V Book: A Doctor’s Guide to Complete Vulvovaginal Health (a must-read for any woman who wants to learn about her body), told me that she’s heard from many patients who struggle with this issue. “People have said to me, ‘I can’t orgasm without my vibrator,’ or, ‘I stopped having sex because I need my vibrator.’ That’s very common.”

Is it weird to buy and use a vibrator on your girlfriend or wife?

Absolutely not. Do you know what’s funny? I can’t imagine a time when my wife and I weren’t together, but we’ve been married for over five years now. And it hasn’t always been easy.

Should I Buy My Girlfriend A Vibrator?

If you are a guy who is planning on buying his girlfriend a vibrator, there’s nothing to be scared of. Your girlfriend will be thrilled to receive it as long as you give her the right reasons for getting one.If you’re a guy who is planning on buying his girlfriend a vibrator, there’s nothing to be scared of. Your girlfriend will be thrilled to receive it as long as you give her the right reasons for getting one.

What happens if two people use the same vibrator?

There is no evidence that using a sex toy with someone else could result in sexually transmitted infections (STIs).

That’s according to Dr. Paul Anderson, who led the study at Public Health England.
He told the BBC: “Sex toys used between partners within the same sexual encounter have the potential for transmitting HPV.

“Cleaning the sex toy has the potential to decrease the amount of HPV DNA we can detect and so can potentially decrease the risk of transmission.”

Could shared sex toys transmit HPV?

A new study from Australia shows that sharing sex toys can put partners at risk of contracting the human papillomavirus (HPV).

HPV is a common STD that can cause genital warts and cervical, vaginal, penile, and anal cancers. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that about 79 million Americans are currently infected with HPV, which is spread through skin-to-skin contact during sexual activity — even with an infected part of the body not covered by a condom or other barrier method.

It’s not clear how many people get HPV from sharing sex toys compared to other modes of transmission, such as oral sex or intercourse without a condom. But researchers concluded that shared sex toys potentially can transmit HPV, thus putting partners at risk of acquiring this STD. Findings expand the number of behaviors associated with HPV transmission and indicate a need for specific recommendations for cleaning sex toys.

How do you clean HPV off sex toys?

While it’s rare, you can still get an STI from a sex toy. Sad but true. The good news is that it’s preventable. Make sure to clean your toys with soap and water before using them on someone else. And always wash your hands after using one.

There are lots of misconceptions about HPV. It’s the most common sexually transmitted disease, which is one reason why there’s so much confusion in the first place. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t concrete steps you can take to protect yourself, once you know what to watch out for. And since it’s been linked to several cancers in many people, this is a potentially serious health risk.

Can a woman lose feeling in her clitoris from too much use of a vibrator? If yes, will it ever come back?

I have known women that have lost all feeling in their clitoris due to overuse of the vibrator. The nerves became damaged and they were unable to feel.

The only way to bring back feelings is through physical therapy. If you are interested in finding out more information, please contact me at [email protected]

I am 12 years old and I want to use a vibrator. I want to tell my mom but am scared to. What do I do?

I know this is not what you want to hear but it’s the truth. You are young and your body is not prepared for sexual activities. I suggest that you have a conversation with your mom and let her know why it would be good for you. Be prepared to wait for her reaction because she may be surprised at first but will eventually understand and agree if you continue with the conversation over time. Remember that the most important thing is that she accepts you no matter what happens!

How to explain your sex toy to your mother?

If it’s a bullet vibrator, or something akin to a back massager, you could quite easily get away with it. If you don’t feel like telling your mom about what you’re up to, don’t answer the door.

I’d recommend keeping your sex toys somewhere that isn’t immediately obvious from the front door. Maybe in an upstairs room, or even in the basement (if you have one). If your mom is coming over unexpectedly, hide them!

If you’re worried about what she’ll think of your sex toys, here are some things that might help:
Explain why they’re important to you. Maybe they help with stress relief or anxiety. Or maybe they’re just enjoyable to use! Whatever the reason is, being able to talk about them honestly will probably make things easier for both of you.

Don’t be ashamed! Sex toys aren’t shameful! They’re fun and healthy ways to explore your sexuality, and if anyone should be ashamed it’s people who shame others for using them!

I am 12 years old and I want to use a vibrator. I want to tell my mom but am scared to. What do I do?

I am sorry to say this, but I don’t think you are ready for sex. You are still growing and developing your body and mind.

At your age, it is absolutely normal to have sexual desires and fantasies. However, you need to make sure that you keep them under control until you are fully grown. It is not uncommon for young people to be interested in sex and masturbation at this age, but it’s very important that you wait until you’re more mature before acting on these feelings.

It’s also important that you talk about sex with your parents or guardians so they can answer any questions or concerns you might have about it. If they’re not comfortable talking about it with you, then maybe another adult would be better suited for the job!

The best thing that a girl can do at this point in her life is to stay focused on her education and wait until she is older before getting involved in any kind of sexual relationship with anyone else (even if they’re someone close to her like a boyfriend).

If you ever feel like something isn’t right or if there is anything bothering you then please tell someone; either a parent or other trusted adult.

I’m 13 and I want to buy a vibrator online, but I don’t have a card and I can only buy it with my parents’ card. Will they know what I am purchasing?

I’m 13 and I want to buy a vibrator online, but I don’t have a card and I can only buy it with my parents’ card. Will they know what I am purchasing?

I don’t know if they can see what I purchased?

My parents aren’t really strict with me and they are not against sex toys. But they do monitor my purchases. So is there any way to get around this problem?

I added a few pet toys to make it not suspicious but I don’t know if they can see what I purchased

What was your first vibrator?

I was a teenager in the 1980s and my first vibrator was a little pink egg-shaped thing I got at Spencer’s Gifts store. It didn’t do much for me, but it was fun to play with.

I’ve since graduated to more powerful and sophisticated toys, but I still have that pink one on my nightstand for nostalgia’s sake (and because sometimes it’s nice to use something basic).

Can a vibrator help to remove a kidney stone from urine?

The external physical vibration machine, which is self-developed in China, uses main and auxiliary vibrators to remove stones actively along the urinary tract. It has been employed to markedly improve the efficiency of removing upper urinary tract calculi in recent years [1].

The external physical vibration machine is composed of the main vibrator and an auxiliary vibrator. The primary function of the main vibrator is to shake up the stone inside the kidney basin and its watershed region, while the auxiliary vibrator can induce ultrasonic waves to break up clots. The two types of vibrations are used simultaneously.

The advantages of using this method lie in its simplicity, low cost, and safety [1]. For example, it does not require special equipment such as magnetic resonance imaging or computed tomography scanning; it takes only half an hour or so to complete treatment; it does not involve anesthesia or surgery, and there are no side effects [2].

I found a vibrator in my 16-year-old daughter’s room. What should I do with it?

Your daughter is too young to be playing with sex toys. It’s actually not a good idea for anyone to use them until they are ready for sexual contact. But since your daughter has already been using the vibrator, she needs to learn that this is dangerous behavior and that you will not tolerate it in the future.

I would take the vibrator away, and then talk to your daughter about it in a calm manner when she isn’t feeling defensive or embarrassed. You might want to bring up some of the reasons why she shouldn’t be using it so much — for example, because we don’t know where it’s been or who has used it before us. Make sure she understands that this is something that you won’t tolerate in the future and that you take her health seriously. Then leave her alone for a few days so she can reflect on what happened and think about what she wants from you as far as boundaries and limits go.

Can you pack a vibrator as your carry-on on an airplane?

You can carry your vibrator on an airplane, but it depends on the airline.

Many airlines don’t have specific rules about bringing sex toys on planes, but there are some general guidelines. For example, the Transportation Security Administration has no official policy regarding sex toys at security checkpoints. The TSA is focused on safety and security and looks for explosives, weapons, and other threats to air travel. But if you’re caught with a vibrator or dildo in your carry-on luggage by the TSA, they will confiscate it.

The same goes for many European airports. They won’t allow you to take any kind of sex toy through security checkpoints or onto planes because they consider them “prohibited items.”

However, some countries such as Germany allow passengers to take vibrators and dildos through security checkpoints as long as they’re packed in their checked baggage rather than carry-ons. In other words: If you want to bring your favorite sex toy with you when you travel internationally, make sure it’s packed in your checked luggage rather than carry-on luggage so that it doesn’t get confiscated by airport security personnel or airline staff members at check-in counters before takeoff!

What do you do if your 16-year-old daughter asks for a vibrator?

I am sorry that I have not been the best father in your life. I have been so busy with my own problems that I have not paid attention to your needs. It is time for me to take responsibility for my actions and admit that I have done many things wrong.

I know that you are on the verge of becoming a woman, and I know that you are going through a lot of changes right now. Your body is maturing, and you probably feel overwhelmed by all the changes happening inside you. You also may be experiencing some emotional turmoil as well as physical changes.

I know how confusing this can be for someone who has never gone through these experiences before, but it doesn’t mean that there is something wrong with you or something wrong with me. It just means that we need to talk about what is going on in our lives right now and try to find ways to work through this together as a family unit instead of leaving each other out when it comes down to making important decisions about our lives moving forward.

I want us both to be happy, healthy, and safe from harm during this time in our lives together as mother

How do I find the best vibrator online?

“The best vibrator for beginners is one that will feel good and help you develop a relationship with your body,” says Claire Cavanah, co-founder of Babeland. “For some people, the best vibrator is a basic bullet; for others, it’s a more sophisticated piece of equipment that offers different settings.”
We talked to experts about what makes a good beginner vibrator and how to find the best one for you. Here are their tips:

1. Check out our vibrator reviews
2. Consider what kind of stimulation you want
3. Look at the size and shape
4. Pay attention to the noise level

What is your opinion on teenage girls using vibrators?

I think girls should be able to use them at any age. It’s a fun, safe, way to experience pleasure. If I had a daughter, I’d buy her one.

I think it depends on your definition of “vibrator”. If you mean a dildo that vibrates, then I probably wouldn’t recommend it for a young girl. A lot of those are pretty big and intimidating.

I think it’s fine if they’re using it in a private place (such as their room or the bathroom) and not in public or in front of their parents.

If they’re using it with friends or boyfriends who are older/more experienced/more knowledgeable about sex than them and willing to give them advice on how to use them effectively and safely, then I don’t see anything wrong with it at all!

Why does my vibrator seem like it is dying even though I frequently change the batteries and it is in good condition?

There are several reasons why a vibrator may seem to be dying even though you frequently change the batteries and it is in good condition.

The motor could be slowing down due to insufficient lubrication, a loose connection introducing a high resistance to the circuit, or depending on how the device is constructed, a broken spring or gear.
If your vibrator has more than one speed setting, it’s possible that the second-speed setting isn’t working properly.

A few things to try:
Make sure that there are no foreign objects obstructing any moving parts inside of the device. Remove any batteries if they are installed, and inspect the interior carefully for any obstructions such as lint or dust bunnies. If necessary, use compressed air (such as canned air) to blow out any debris found inside of your device before re-installing the batteries or plugging it back in again.

Try applying a small amount of vegetable oil around all moving parts if you know how to disassemble your vibrator (this may void its warranty). Make sure not to over oil anything; too much oil can cause damage by attracting dirt and dust particles which may cause additional friction against moving parts which will force them

How do you change the batteries in a bullet vibrator?

Hi there! I’m sorry to hear that you’re having trouble with your bullet vibrator. The first thing to do is make sure that the battery door isn’t stuck closed. If it feels like it’s stuck, then gently pry it open with something thin, like a butter knife or flathead screwdriver. If that doesn’t work, try using a small pair of needle-nose pliers to gently pry it open.

Once you get the cap off, then remove the battery by pulling it out of its slot. Insert another AAA battery into the same slot and replace the cap, twisting until it’s secure.

How do you open a mini bullet?

In order to open the vibrator, twist the top counterclockwise until it unlocks and opens up. Inside there is a small screw that holds the battery in place. Remove this screw using a small Phillips head screwdriver or any other small tool that will fit inside the hole.

Once removed, replace with a new AAA battery, making sure you line up the positive side of the battery first (red wire on top). Once secured back into place with a screw, close the top again by twisting clockwise until tight.

What batteries do vibrating bullets take?

The batteries for my bullet are located in a twist-off cap at the base of the toy. This is where the on/off button is located. The cap twists counterclockwise to open. Inside you’ll find two AAA batteries that can be replaced easily.

Replacing The Batteries
Once you’ve removed your old batteries and put in your new ones, it’s time to turn on the vibrator. To do so, simply press down on the button located above the battery cover until you feel it click into place. Once you do this, your vibrator will be turned on and ready for action!

How do you charge a tiny teaser bullet?

Charge up your passion in only 50 minutes by plugging the provided USB cable into the self-sealing charging port on the back of the massager.

When the light on your charger turns green, you’re ready to get started. You’ll know when it’s time to charge again when the purple light stops flashing and remains lit.

It takes a few hours to fully charge, so be sure to set aside time before you use it for the first time or after traveling with it!

I got a new vibrator and I can’t get the battery out?

I was just wondering if anyone has experience with this. I have 6 or 7 vibrators, but they all take AA batteries, which are easy to find.

However, this one takes a strange-sized battery and I can’t find it anywhere. So far I have tried:

1) The instructions say to remove the sticker on top of the toy and pull off the small metal strip. This does not work because there is no metal strip on top of the toy and it does not come off easily when you pull on it.

2) There is also no way to remove any other part of the cap so that you can get inside of it with a screwdriver or something similar.

3) I’ve tried shaking it down towards the ground (battery end pointing down), but after about 10 minutes of shaking, nothing happens!

Are vibrators loud?

Vibrators are a great way to get pleasure on your own, with a partner, or even in a group. They can be used for solo play, couples play, and even group play. There are many different kinds of vibrators on the market, from little bullet-sized devices all the way up to large vibrating wands. Each type and size has advantages and disadvantages.

The biggest difference between small and large vibrators is how loud they are. Smaller vibrators tend to be more discreet than larger ones because they are less likely to be heard through walls or through covers. However, this does not mean that small vibrators don’t make noise at all! If you use yours right next to your ear, you may hear a buzzing sound coming from it. But if you use it under covers or against your body — as intended — then it won’t be as loud as if you had used it on its highest setting near your ear.

What are your favorite sex toys?

Well, I haven’t tried too many of them, but I can recommend the (embarrassingly named) Vulcan Tight Anus (link to URL shortener because link broke formatting)

It’s pretty nice for my purposes. Good points:
I’m about 5 inches or so, and it has plenty of depth for me.
You can adjust the pressure by covering or opening a hole at the end with your thumb
Feels really good

Included a decent bullet vibe (if you don’t care, there’s a non-vibrating version for like, 5 bucks cheaper. I found it utterly pointless, but my girlfriend loves it, so…win?

How does it feel when a guy puts his penis in your butt and a dildo in your vagina at the same time?

I am a woman and my boyfriend is a male. I will feel double stimulation during this activity, the pleasure caused by penile prostate stimulation and G-spot and clitoral stimulation by dildo will make me reach orgasm quickly.

What’s the difference between a dildo and a real penis?

Dick is warm, gets hard and soft, and you feel it is alive and pulsating.
Dildos, on the other hand, are cold and lifeless, and some have very hard heads.

Combined with the ability to stimulate the female G-spot or male prostate, dildos can take you to the big O you need. so whether you’re using a dildo alone or your partner is using one on you, a dildo feels like penetrative intercourse. And, if you can find a way to go hands-free through your partner, a suction cup dildo, or even a sex machine, the dildo feels amazing

As a teen girl, how many times have you masturbated in your bed?

You’ve probably heard a lot about masturbation in the news lately, but what you might not know is that this is actually a pretty huge moment for women’s health.

A new study found that 92% of women regularly take time out to masturbate, a huge jump from the findings of previous studies (74% in 1979 and 62% in 1953). This is great news because it means that women are finally feeling comfortable with their bodies and with their sexuality.

Masturbation is something that should be celebrated, and we’re happy to see it being talked about more openly. Maybe now we’ll see even more progress on issues like reproductive rights!

How can a teenage boy start anal masturbation?

Finger or any long, thin, round object. Make sure you lubricate whatever you are using with saliva or real lube because otherwise it will be quite hard, painful, and may even cause bleeding trying to get anything in. If you use an object like a handle or vegetable, be sure to wrap it in a condom (I personally used sandwich-sized Ziploc bags when I was younger and didn’t have access to condoms).
Posture. I find the best position to start in is on your back with your feet flat on the floor and bring them closer to you so your knees are bent and outward. This will give you very easy access to everything downstairs. If done properly, anal sex will make you feel weak and make it easier than usual for you to come. On your back, you are not in danger of falling/getting hurt while you are getting used to it.
Good lubricant – store-bought sex lubricant

Good lubricants – saliva/spit, DIY water/cornstarch lubricants (available online)
Bad lubricants – soaps and lotions. These products are not designed for this purpose and can severely irritate the lining of your anus.

Devices. Use only fingers and sex toys with flared/larger bases. Do not poke around on them with food, sharp pens, toothbrushes, etc. These things can break or you may lose control of them and get them stuck there. Sharp objects like toothbrushes hands or sharp pens may also poke holes. This is an embarrassing and dangerous way to earn a trip to the hospital by getting someone stuck on it to fish it out or sew it up. Don’t do it. Fingers can’t get stuck. Sex toys have a wider base that won’t get stuck, so they can’t get lost. Make sure your nails aren’t sharp at all, as they can cause small tears inside.

What should a 13-year-old boy put in his ass?

Nothing, you are still 13.
If you do, make sure it has a FLANGED BOTTOM… or it could get stuck – you don’t want to go to the ER like that.

Do young girls masturbate with each other?

No, young girls will not masturbate with each other. In fact, it is not even normal for them to do so. This is because the body has yet to develop and the hormones are not at their peak. However, if you see your daughter masturbating with another girl, then this is something that needs to be taken seriously.
Masturbation in girls occurs when they are teenagers or young adults, but it is a very private matter. This means that you should never be privy to what goes on behind closed doors when it comes to your daughter and her friends.

If you suspect that your daughter is sexually active, then this could be because she has started to experience puberty earlier than most girls her age or because she is just curious about her body’s sexual response system.

Sexual arousal among young girls can also be triggered by certain factors such as:
Watching pornography
Being exposed to sexual words or images
Talking openly about sex with peers or adults

If a guy likes to ride a dildo, is he gay?

So, no, if a guy likes to ride a dildo, he is not gay unless he is sexually and romantically attracted to men.

If you’re using the term “gay” as an umbrella term for any type of same-sex attraction or behavior, then yes – some straight guys like to ride dildos. But if by “gay” you mean “attracted exclusively to other men,” then no.

Straight guys can be curious about what it feels like to have sex with another man. They may want to try out a strap-on with their girlfriend or wife because they think it will be fun for both of them. It doesn’t mean that those men want to become gay or bisexual in any way; it just means that they are curious about the experience and want to explore it.

What everyday items can be used as sex toys?

Don’t limit this oft-ignored utility to just cardboard and paper

Tape. It’s not just for sealing boxes anymore!

Ice. It may be freezing cold but there’s nothing like ice to make things HOT!

Spatula. It’s not just for flipping burgers anymore!

Towel wet with hot water. It’s not just for drying dishes anymore!

Washing Machine. It’s not just for washing clothes anymore!

Cellphone. It’s not just for texting anymore!

Banana Peel. It’s not just for throwing away anymore!

Women, how old were you when you first got a vibrator/dildo? How was it?

I was 11 when I got my first vibrator. When I was 10, I was snooping through my 19-year-old sister’s room, and found in her nightstand drawer, several items I wasn’t familiar with. I picked up one and turned it on, and it shook like crazy when turned all the way up. I had an idea what it was for, but I thought that was my mind just being dirty. I had already sort of been masturbating. At night I would lay in bed and feel around, and noticed how it would feel when I rubbed my clit up and down. I didn’t know it was a clit, all I knew was it felt good.

Me: So at 11 years old my mom took me shopping for school clothes for junior high. In the store, we were going through the clearance section to see what they had leftover from last year’s clothing sale when she grabbed a vibrator from one of the racks and handed it to me saying get this while they are cheap! She said it would come in handy if you ever needed one! Then she winked at me!

How was your experience buying your first vibrator?

I went to Spencer’s and ‘pretended’ to shop around knowing damn well why I came there. So, my anxious 17 self decided to buy the cheapest and one of the most popular vibrators they had (I think it was like $20 or less).

So I’m standing in line with my little bag of goodies, and when it’s my turn, the cashier asks me if I have a gift card. I tell her no, and she says ‘okay cool’. I’m thinking ‘what? Why would she ask me this?’ But then she says “Don’t worry about it.” And hands me back my credit card!

So now I’m thinking ‘did she just let me slide because she didn’t want to look at my face anymore?’ LOL Or did she think I was too young?

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