Sex toys are a fantastic and affordable way to spice up one’s sex life without venturing outside of the relationship, or inviting a third party to join in on the sexy festivities. Since both of these previous sexual seasoning methods come with their own set of complications that can lead toward a relationship’s demise, we consider sex toys to be a safe alternative — literally. (Sex toys don’t come with their own set of feelings, preferences, or STIs, making them fun for everyone.) Although some men may view sex toys as a threat to their own lovemaking skills, studies show that the idea is becoming less intimidating and more broadly accepted. Strapless Strap On
Ladies, we have our winner. Funny that the We-Vibe brand disappointed me so much when it came to their "No. 1 couple's toy," but knocked it out of the park so hard on this one. Its shape, which is easy and intuitive to hold, is on point. There are eight different settings for every kind of intensity and sensation, and at full charge, I would be shocked if this doesn't get you off. Vibration Toys
In this carnival, I’m giving away the best sex toys on earth — as judged by my discerning genitals. I’ve got everything from vibrators to dildos to butt stuff to penis toys to harnesses to gender products, plus gift cards for the indecisive and a porn membership for the pervs! There are even a bunch of “winner’s choice” prizes, where you can win any sex toy you desire from the catalogs of Womanizer, Vixen Creations, New York Toy Collective, and Split Peaches. [Skip straight to the giveaway widget here.]
The Hitachi Magic Wand is referred to as the "Cadillac of vibrators" for a reason. It's big, it's powerful, and it's reliable. Originally created to relax muscles, the wand quickly gathered a cult following as a vibrator for its undeniable ability to relax people (especially those with clits) in other ways. While the sex toy works wonders for solo play, it's fun to use in a relationship to help a partner with a vagina reach orgasm during penetrative sex. For those into BDSM, the magic wand is often used by the dominant on the submissive partner to bring the sub to orgasm while they're bound or tied up. Sex Toy
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