Sex Toys For Beginners…

Interested in sex toys for beginners? Well then, check out this episode of ThinkTank, where America’s famous sexpert Emily Morse introduces fun items for couples and individuals.

Aware of Emily’s celebrity status, I was very curious to find out what she had to say about this topic. I mean, she has been a relationship and sex therapist for over a decade and has appeared on numerous networks, including NBC, CBS, ABC, HLN!!!

She recommends starting with small toys such as bullet vibes. You can find those on her website. Her online store carries a lot of fun stuff, ranging all the way from lubricants, vibrators, etc., to wigs, lingerie, and even sex position cushions. It’s like a candy shop for those interested in enriching their bedroom with sex paraphernalia.

The first sex toy Emily shows Hannah Cranston, the host of ThinkTank, is – Womanizer by Epi24. This clitoral stimulator uses pleasure air technology, mimicking the sensations of cunnilingus. In their studies, women were able to orgasm in 60 seconds thanks to the Womanizer’s “gentle kisses”!!! Wild, eh? Might be a fun gift for your partner!

The next item she shows us is the Mystic Wand by Vibratex. This orgasm machine has eight different vibration patterns and various speed settings. It can also be used as a massager for your body… her nipples… his back. Like every other sex toy Emily recommends, the Mystic Wand is phthalate free and made of body safe materials.

Speaking of which, fun times are good, but remember – safety first. It’s important to do your research before you start experimenting with sex toys. Currently, there are no regulations in sex toy industry, and some sex toys are made of materials that can harm your health. So, do your homework.

Then, Emily pulls out a tickler, giving ideas for the bedroom games. It gets a bit fifty-shades-of-grey with mentions of slapping and spanking, but who does not love a little excitement in their bedroom?

“If you like toys or require toys to get turned on, that’s totally fine”, she says. Those of you, worried about sex toys replacing you, know that Toys ENHANCE your relationship. You don’t have to worry about losing your partner to a machine that does not talk and cuddle, okay?

How do you bring up the topic of sex toys to your partner, though? “Timing and tone”, says Emily. Find the right place and time to talk about it. Show them beforehand, let them test it. Keep it light and fun. That’s the whole point of it! Communicate with each other and have fun getting your feet (and other parts) wet!

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