HOW CAN SEX TOY HELP OUR RELATIONSHIP?
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Here's how and why erotic accessories can come in handy in a relationship
- How can you reduce the gap between orgasms?
- Sex toys can bring you closer to your partner emotionally and physically
- Sex toys can promote intimacy.
When it comes to having fun in bed with your partner, there is nothing more satisfying than a spontaneous decision and actions that will give you multiple orgasms for years to come. But here's the problem, what happens when you lose your "sexual creativity"? You have tried all the positions known to humankind - thank you, Kama Sutra. Here are the sex toys, proud champions of female orgasm since 28,000 BC. And if you think I'm kidding, I'm not joking: the wonderful prehistoric dildo was refined for "pleasure" in 28,000 BC to stimulate Paleolithic couples. Or better yet, in 1869, doctors prescribed "orgasms" to treat "female hysteria." Doctor George Taylor invented the steam vibrator to relieve symptoms in women. And although doctors note that it is intensely sexist, one thing is sure, orgasms are a great form of stress relief.
But how can the prehistoric dildo or the Victorian vibrator help you improve your sex life as a couple? Whether it's helping you find your G-spot or enhancing and increasing foreplay, the sex toy is more than just a Freudian wet dream. With dildos, vibrators, and even inflatable dolls to meet all of your spiritual needs and pleasures, it's no wonder we have so much to choose from. The question is, how are sex objects going to spice up your love life?
HERE'S HOW AND WHY SEX TOYS CAN COME IN HANDY IN A RELATIONSHIP
One of the main reasons for using sex toys is the "Orgasm Gap."
You will notice that the focus here is not on sex in same-sex relationships. The gap between orgasms is a term for the disparity between the frequency of male orgasms and that of female orgasms during heterosexual intercourse. Studies show that this gap is practically non-existent in same-sex relationships and relatively small in lesbian relationships. It is, therefore, heterosexual couples who need to take charge.
Consult some statistics taken from a study conducted by a group of professors from North American universities. The percentage refers to the likelihood that a specific group will reach orgasm during sex.
Straight men: 95%.
Gay men: 89%.
Bisexual men: 88%.
Bisexual women: 66%.
Heterosexual women 65%
Every couple is different, but there are universal reasons why there is a gap between orgasms. These reasons include the following:
Female pleasure is not a priority: For some reason, humans have come to believe that it is normal for women not to have an orgasm during sex. Many consider it "great if it happens," and most men see it as a bonus. There is too much emphasis on the "penis in the vagina" as the main act and ejaculation as the end goal of sex.
It may be more difficult for women to reach orgasm: Some women have a harder time arousing and reaching orgasm than their male partners. Also, women who take longer to reach orgasm may start to feel too much pressure to do so and would instead give up rather than put in the effort and "make their partner wait" (keep in mind that a good partner will not consider this to be "waiting" or "taking too long").
Straight men don't know-how: We can let straight men a little slack since they might not be very familiar with female equipment, but they should be interested in learning how to make their partner cum. Oh yes, and women need to know to express themselves and demand orgasms from their male partners.
HOW CAN YOU REDUCE THE GAP BETWEEN ORGASMS?
Just like with your exercise program, diet, and just about everything, it's important to mix it up with a variety of different wake-up tactics. Do not adopt the same "first this, then that, then the next" routine every time.
And an excellent way to mix them up? The sex toys! There are so many sex toys that there is undoubtedly at least one for every couple. Adding vibrators, for example, to their sex life is a life-changing experience for many couples.
SEX TOYS CAN BRING YOU CLOSER TO YOUR PARTNER EMOTIONALLY AND PHYSICALLY
In the words of the great Olivia Newton John let's be "physical, physical" because life is too short not to have a great sex life. The question is how kinky accessories are going to spice up your love life.
Sex toys can bring you closer to your partner both emotionally and physically. And even if you're not in a relationship and messing around with single boys and girls, there's no reason naughty toys can't bring you pleasure and satisfaction. Feel good and shine like a Star. But if you're in a relationship, sex toys can help you feel closer to your partner emotionally and physically. Especially when you're in a "new" relationship and looking to have some fun, or when you are in a long-term relationship and making him fly with a new technique. Researcher Michael Reece concluded that men who regularly use vibrators (on themselves, their partner, or both) score better on measures of erectile function, orgasmic function, sexual desire, and sexual satisfaction than men who have rarely or never used a vibrator. And it's the same for women; Professor Van Kirk believes that sex toys like vibrators can boost the relationship and sexual satisfaction for anyone open-minded enough to respect their inclinations and limitations and those of their partner. Orgasmic function, sexual desire, and sexual satisfaction than men who have rarely or never used a vibrator. And it's the same for women; Professor Van Kirk believes that sex toys like vibrators can boost the relationship and sexual satisfaction for anyone open-minded enough to respect thrown inclinations and limitations and those of their partner. Orgasm, sexual desire, and sexual pleasure than men who have rarely or never used a vibrator. And it's the same for women; Professor Van Kirk believes that sex toys like vibrators can boost the relationship and sexual satisfaction for anyone open-minded enough to respect their inclinations and limitations and those of their partner.
Discover new sensations together.
Once you've brought your sex toys home and slipped into bed with them, it's time to figure out what you want to do with them and what you'll like them.
Start by showing your partner how you like to rub your vibrator, then ask them to take over. Let it rub on your clit and penetrate you with it. See if a little mutual masturbation with toys is something that turns you both on.
A small bullet vibrator is perfect for trying out your man for the first time. Gently tease his balls with it and work your way down to the perineum - it might drive him crazy and even open him up to the idea of anal play.
It's a time when you both have to work to seek out and satisfy each other's pleasures.
Maybe your daughter likes nipple clamps and ball gags during sex, and possibly your man wants to see you dressed in sexy nurse lingerie. It doesn't matter.
Sex accessories bring imagination and adventure back to the bedroom, and sometimes that's just what you need.
SEX TOYS CAN PROMOTE INTIMACY.
Unfortunately, things can start to get a little old in the bedroom when you're in a long-term relationship. You risk slipping into the same routines, following the moves you know best to get the other out, and it's over.
Who wants to live like this?
Introducing sex toys into your otherwise well-honed routine could do a lot for your pleasure and confidence.
It might give you a boost watching your partner get off while you manually stimulate him with his favorite vibrator, and it will excite him to find new ways to make you feel the pleasure that she never knew she was.
In addition, there are sex toys that can help with the most common sexual problems.
A cock ring (vibrating for his pleasure or not) can make your man last longer and give him more stimulation at the same time.
If you're the type of woman who can get away with clitoral stimulation on your own, ask your partner to make you cum with a toy after he's done, without leaving you hungry.
Using sex toys shows that you aren't intimidated by the idea of trying new things and exploring your sexuality in front of each other, either together or through mutual masturbation.
Toys aren't just for solo sex. They can be a great addition to any relationship that will help you discover new things about yourself and each other that you might not otherwise have.