You may feel extremely uncomfortable when you go sex toy shopping for the first time. The room will be filled with flavored condoms, devices you don’t understand, and massive walls full of penises in every shape and size. Here are some tips for first-time buyers in the world of sex toys for those who are starting to become more comfortable with their sexuality:
Your first trip isn’t the time to buy anything
When you’re in an atmosphere like that, it’s so important to be comfortable! Having a look around (with a friend if you’re comfortable with it) is highly recommended. Don’t feel rushed if you’re not ready to make a decision. Take a look at all the options you have. This way, when you return, you have an idea of what you want and feel more experienced. A vibrator is a good choice for first-time buyers, as many of them can be used both for stimulation and penetration. Especially if you are going to buy some large sex toys such as sex dolls, this guide will be useful.
Test the toy immediately after taking it out of the box
It’s not about sticking it up your crotch in the middle of the store! You can ask your consultant for batteries to test it out. You can determine whether it would feel good on your skin by feeling what the toy feels like. Each has its texture, and not all feel pleasant to the touch, especially for people with sensitive skin. As it vibrates and changes gears, you can feel the power, and you can hear the noise. You can also get more information about the toy you are interested in from the consultants.
The vibrator size should be smaller at first.
It may seem intimidating to select a vibrator if you see some humongous ones while perusing options. For your vulva and vagina to shut up shop if possible, you don’t need to purchase anything that would cause them to do so.
Starting small might make things easier for you as a beginner. In many instances, clitoral vibrators intended for external stimulation are smaller, more powerful, and even cute. Wand massagers and mini bullets vibrators are everyone’s favorites.
The vibrator can also provide external stimulation as well as internal stimulation. A closer look at the Jopen Amour Dual G Wand reveals a sleek, smooth design that isn’t horrifying. What other options are there? The Bender is a great tool to check out. It’s possible to physically curve this baby to both hit the external clitoris as well as the G-spot, or you can only hit one. It also looks like a futuristic sex toys because of its slim, straight, minimalist shape.
Choosing a budget-friendly theme is a good start.
Especially if you know exactly what you like, if you want to splurge on your first vibrator, by all means, go ahead. To avoid feeling like you have just sunk your down payment into a sex toy that does nothing for you, you might want to start with a less expensive vibrator.
Because different vibrators vibrate differently, this is especially important! Some are more rumbly, and others that are lighter and buzzier. If you don’t try, you’ll never know whether you prefer one style over another. Before buying an expensive vibe, check the store’s return policy to see if you can return used toys that aren’t a hit (some stores do) or at least get partial store credit if they aren’t accepting returns.
Bonus Tip: Penises with the most “realistic” feeling are more prone to infecting people.
Take a look at how to clean it
Cleaning your toy is extremely important, I can’t stress that enough! You can contract infections if you don’t take proper care of your sex toy; each toy has a specific cleaning protocol. It is possible to disinfect hard plastic, glass, and perspex with dish soap and water since they won’t absorb fluids. Additionally, you can purchase cleaning sprays. If you have questions about the cleaning protocol, ask your consultant or check the package!
Using sex toys spray to clean your makeup brushes is a bonus tip. I had no idea!
It Doesn’t Mean It Can Go In Water Just Because It’s Waterproof
You can most definitely use it in the shower or tub if you are one of those people. That said, don’t bury it all. You should keep the battery (if there is one) above water. To prevent damage, take the battery out and put the lid back on when cleaning.
A bonus tip: Always remove batteries from toys when not in use.
Getting bigger doesn’t always mean getting better
You may be tempted by the large-looking dildo you imagined Christian Grey’s dick to be, but it may not lead you to an orgasm and may hurt you a lot more than you had imagined. Usually, you should start with the smallest and work your way up from there. First-timers might find the lipstick-lookalike vibrators helpful.
Overall, the best people to speak with about sex toys are store consultants. In addition to educating you, they are also there to help you feel comfortable with your sexuality. It’s important to make sure they’re right for you before spending a lot of money on them. A zero-return policy is in place! Get as much information as you can by asking questions.
Buying a different one is always an option.
Make buying your first vibrator an enjoyable experience by not putting too much pressure on yourself. Here’s a sex toy, with an emphasis on the playful part.
You should pick a vibrator that you find appealing and sexy. When you experiment, keep in mind that this does not have to be your only vibrator. If it’s the first one, it’s fine. Your collection of vibrators can always grow once you reach the peak of this maiden voyage into vibrators. A wide variety of sex toys are available to try. I want you to make me proud out there.
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