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January 18, 2014

V*brators are Fun!

Editor’s Note: This is a no-holds-barred relationship column in Q and A format. Not for the prude or faint of heart. Rated R!

Q:

My partner and I want to spice up our intimate time but all we see in the market here are vibrators. Any tips on where we can get better toys to play with? 

A:

Mayone

Sex toys, vibratorsVibrators can be a lot of fun! They’re my favorite! We’ve broken some of them over the years, haha!  Just be sure to clean your toys before and after each use and have some lube on hand.

I guess you just have to find the right one that you’ll both enjoy. Yes, the local sex shops have limited choices so I suggest shopping online. You can try a sex swing but it can get pricey plus you have to consider tax & shipping. How about using a few things that are readily available at home? Some rope (not the plastic ones coz they can cause rope burns, unless you’re into that), belts, neckties or a blindfold can be fun.

Food can be used as well, like honey, chocolate or caramel syrup, whipped cream and ice cream (careful, it can be too cold). The only downside is that it gets sticky after and I’m a stickler for cleanliness so I get a bit distracted when we play with food.

Francis

What?!? But vibrators are REALLY fun! (Not on me, of course! Haha!) I love using them on my wife – even more than she likes using it on herself!

There are lots of toys you guys can purchase. There are cock rings, dildos, whips, handcuffs, sex swings, anal beads, dolls, etc.. You actually don’t even have to buy anything. You can use neckties as a blindfold or for bondage. Feathers or candles for extra stimulation. Or even simple things like ice or altoids in your mouths while performing oral sex.

Use your imagination! It’s more fun that way.


Photo credit: mangoRED x RABBITHOLE CREATIVES | Collage artwork/MixedMedia by Geof Gonzales.


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