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How to Introduce Sex Toys into the Bedroom

So you’re thinking of spicing up your sex life by introducing sex toys into the bedroom? We applaud you and welcome you into the world of life changing orgasms! But before you start, you need some assistance right? Well, don’t worry, because you came to the right place.


Before you just pop out and buy ten new sex toys and spring the idea on your partner, I’d really advise you to have a conversation first. Communication is super important when it comes to bringing sex toys into the bedroom. You have to make sure your partner is comfortable with the idea first, and once you’ve established this, then the fun can begin.

After you’ve had the discussion, then you can start doing the research – and nope this is not boring! There are so many different types of toys to experiment with that it’s actually really important to do a little bit of research. A small bit of advice, if you’re a newbie, don’t go crazy and buy the largest butt plug around. Buy some bondage equipment, a vibrator, or a cock ring.


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If you’re nervous about going into a shop, well, once again, you’ve come to the right place! You can shop online and have a look at our beginners section at your own pace. The best thing to do is to sit down with your partner and shop together. There is nothing more exciting than buying a sex toy together, so why not try it out and start your journey now!

The most important thing to remember is that this is for both of you to enjoy. So be sure to find something that each of you wants to try out and that each of you can use on each other. It’s about being intimate together, not just getting something you can use later on your own (although we all know how much fun that can be). So pick some playful, exciting things that will really get your heart racing.


Now the shopping is done, the fun can begin! Using the toys is probably the most difficult transition you will have to make. But once you get over the initial ‘stage fright’ you will be fine. So my advice is to just go for it! You trust this person enough to approach the situation in the first place, so why not just relax enough to enjoy the fun. Take it in your stride and you’ll be a pro in no time.

Then it’s just a matter of building up your collection… So I guess we’ll see you soon!

L xo

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