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Sex Toy FAQs

Is it ok for a 15-year-old girl to use a butt plug?

That’s a great question! I think it can only be answered by you and your family. If you feel comfortable using one, then go for it! But if you have any reservations about using one, then don’t.

What’s a good excuse for a vibrator? I’m a teen and my mom wouldn’t want me to have one.

A good excuse for a vibrator is if your mom asks you what it’s for.
I would just say that it’s for my boyfriend.

If she asks you how long you’ve been dating, just tell her that you’ve been dating since your freshman year of high school and it was a long-distance relationship so the only way to keep in touch with him was through texting and Skype.
That should work, right?

What are some good reviewed small and quiet vibrators under $40?

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I’ve been doing a lot of research on small and quiet vibrators, and there are a few that seem to be well-reviewed and under $40.

I’m curious if any of you have tried them or know of any other options that are good?

I really want something that won’t get in the way, but still gives me the power I need.

The ones I’ve found so far:
The Lelo NOA (but it’s not waterproof)
The Picobong Tano (but it’s not waterproof)

I’m a girl (14 years old). My mom took my vibrator from me because she thinks I’m too young to use it. What am I supposed to do?

I can see how frustrating and upsetting this situation must be for you. I want to encourage you to talk to your mom about it in a calm, rational manner. Perhaps she does not realize that most teenagers today masturbate and find it very healthy.

If your mom still refuses to give you back your vibrator, then maybe you can ask her why she took it away from you in the first place? She may have taken it away because she thinks that it’s “dirty” or “sinful” or “wrong” but if she doesn’t give any reasons then perhaps she just doesn’t approve of sex toys or masturbation in general. If that is the case then we need to find out exactly why she does not approve.

My girlfriend got a vibrator. Does this mean I’m not good enough?

It’s a common question: My girlfriend got a vibrator. Does this mean I’m not good enough?

The answer is no, but there are a few other things to think about.

She may have wanted a vibrator because you aren’t satisfying her needs. It could be that she likes the way it feels, or she wants something that doesn’t require any effort on her part (you do all the work). Maybe the sex is better with someone else — either someone she imagines is better than you, or an actual person who is better than you at sex. Or maybe she doesn’t feel comfortable asking for what she wants from you and so she gets it from somewhere else instead.

The vibrator could also be a replacement for real intimacy rather than an addition to it. Maybe she feels like something is missing in your relationship and buying the new toy is just an easy way to feel less lonely even if it doesn’t necessarily mean anything about your relationship together as a whole?

If she has bought one for herself then there may be something going on in her head that makes her feel like using it is okay — like maybe hearing

How do I secretly buy a vibrator? I’m 19 and still live with my parents, and I’ll be using my own money.

You can buy a vibrator without anyone knowing. Here are some tips:
Get a gift card for your local sex shop or online store. You can buy a gift card at a gas station, grocery store, or drugstore. Take the receipt with you and redeem it in person at the sex shop.

Buy one with your debit card or credit card over the internet, then have it shipped to an address that is not your own (like a friend’s house).

Get one from an adult toy party, where they sell vibrators and other toys and you don’t have to pay until after the party is over (so no one will know).

Can I get “desensitized” by too much vibrator use?

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The idea that you could end up numbing the nerves in your vagina and be unable to have an orgasm is absolutely false,” said Dr. O’Reilly. “The anatomy of the clitoris is such that it can’t be overstimulated. The more you use a vibrator, the more you become familiar with your body and its responses — which helps you find what works for you.”

Dr. O’Reilly also pointed out that there are many ways to get off without using a vibrator at all: “You can stimulate yourself manually, use a dildo or insert a finger into your vagina while rubbing your clitoris directly or indirectly (with your other hand).” If you want to try something new, she suggests experimenting with a different kind of lube or changing positions so that you don’t get stuck in a rut. And don’t forget about manual stimulation: You can always use your hands (or someone else’s) to help get things going!

Are there negative effects to using a vibrator?

“The study about women’s vibrator use affirms what many doctors and therapists have known for decades — that vibrator use is common, it’s linked to positive sexual function such as desire and ease of orgasm, and it’s rarely associated with any side effects,” said Dr. Madeleine Castellanos, a psychologist and sex therapist in New York City.

Many women use vibrators to treat pain during sex or to help them achieve orgasm, she said. And while there are no negative side effects to using a vibrator, she said that they can be addictive. “To the extent that they become part of a routine, they can become less arousing,” said Castellanos.

Is your vibrator addiction ruining your ability to orgasm?

In the past few years, vibrator use has been getting a lot of attention, thanks to various media outlets and cultural commentators.

From the Daily Show to Cosmo, people are talking about how common it is for women to use sex toys, how good they feel, and how they can be used in relationships.

But there’s another side to this story: For some women, vibrator use can become an addiction. And that’s not so great.

Think about it — you’re using a device designed to stimulate your clitoris in order to have an orgasm. But what if that stimulation isn’t enough? What if you need more and more intense vibrations until eventually, nothing works anymore?

Some theorists even came up with a term for what they believe happens to a vulva that has been desensitized by excessive vibrator use: “vibrator dependence.” It sounds like something out of science fiction or a cheesy porno, but there are many reported cases of women who cannot get off without the help of their trusty vibrators.

Is it weird to buy and use a vibrator on your girlfriend or wife?

My wife frequently uses toys to masturbate, and I’m OK with that. In fact, I even give them to her as gifts. She has a collection of vibrators and dildos that she uses regularly, and she never gets tired of them. In fact, she always looks forward to using them when I’m away on business trips.

Should I Buy My Girlfriend A Vibrator?

So, should you buy your girlfriend a vibrator? The short answer is yes! You definitely should! There are good chances your gf will enjoy it.

If you’re still not sure how to approach this topic, here are some tips on how to ask for permission to buy your girlfriend a vibrator:

Tell her she deserves it. This is a great way to start the conversation and show her that you really care about her pleasure.

Ask her what she wants. It’s always good to know what she likes before buying something for her.

Make sure she knows about your intentions. Don’t just buy her any vibrator without explaining why you did so — she might get mad if she thinks that you got her something like this because other people told you that women like using them or because of some other reasons like these ones (which are not true!).

What happens if two people use the same vibrator?

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It is important to know that this study was small, with only 10 couples involved.
The study found that HPV DNA was detected on sex toys used by the same partners. And in the case of one couple, HPV was detected on both partners’ genitals.

So what does this mean for you and your partner?

“Sex toys used between partners within the same sexual encounter have the potential for transmitting HPV,” said Dr. Michael Cackovic, a urologist at Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center who wasn’t involved in the new study. “Cleaning the sex toy has the potential to decrease the amount of HPV DNA we can detect and so can potentially decrease the risk of transmission.”

But Cackovic cautioned that even if you clean your vibrator thoroughly, there’s no guarantee it will reduce your risk of infection — especially if you’re already infected with HPV or have other STIs like chlamydia or gonorrhea that can cause urethritis (inflammation of the urethra).

That’s why Anderson recommends using condoms on sex toys when sharing them with someone else.

Could shared sex toys transmit HPV?

In a new study, researchers found that sharing sex toys potentially can transmit HPV, thus putting partners at risk of acquiring this STD. Findings expand the number of behaviors associated with HPV transmission and indicate a need for specific recommendations for cleaning sex toys.

In a survey of 926 men and women in heterosexual relationships, participants were asked about their sexual behaviors and history of genital warts to assess their risk of contracting HPV.

The study also examined whether there was an association between having an STI and engaging in risky sexual behaviors like sharing sex toys or performing oral sex on a partner who has a visible cold sores or genital herpes.

Results showed that 16 percent of participants reported having engaged in oral-genital contact and/or sharing sex toys with a partner who had visible cold sores or genital herpes sores during the past year. Having engaged in these risky sexual behaviors was associated with younger age, being male, having multiple sexual partners, or engaging in unprotected vaginal intercourse with someone whose STI status was unknown.

How do you clean HPV off sex toys?

How do you clean HPV off sex toys?

For most people, the human papillomavirus (HPV) is nothing more than an annoyance. It’s a common virus that causes genital warts, but most of the time, it goes away without treatment.

But for some people, HPV can lead to cancer. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about 14 million Americans become infected with HPV every year. About 12,000 women are diagnosed with cervical cancer each year and over 4,000 die from it.

The good news is that there are ways to protect yourself from HPV and even lower your risk of infection if you already have been exposed. It just takes some common sense, a little knowledge, and the right steps to take when it comes to protecting your sexual health.

Can a woman lose feeling in her clitoris from too much use of a vibrator? If yes, will it ever come back?

I have known women that have lost all feeling in their clitoris due to overuse of the vibrator. The nerves became damaged and they were unable to feel.

I have also known women that have been able to regain feeling through some experimentation with a variety of different vibrators.

It is not uncommon for a woman to lose feeling in her clitoris after having children. The increased blood flow during pregnancy makes it more difficult for the nerve endings to be stimulated by touch. The constant attention required by the newborn baby also makes it more difficult for the mother to relax enough to even try and stimulate herself.

The good news is that once the baby becomes more independent, there should be more time available for self-stimulation again.

I am 12 years old and I want to use a vibrator. I want to tell my mom but am scared to. What do I do?

I know this is not what you want to hear but it’s the truth. You are young and your body is not prepared for sexual activities. In addition, your mom will probably not accept your decision to do all these things at such a young age.

I suggest that you try talking to your mom and let her know why it would be good for you. Be prepared to wait for her reaction because she may be surprised at first but will eventually understand and agree if you continue with the conversation over time. Remember that the most important thing is that she accepts you no matter what happens!

How to explain your sex toy to your mother?

I have a sex toy. It’s a bullet vibrator, or something akin to a back massager. I bought it on Amazon and it took me several months to finally get up the courage to tell my mom about it.

She was visiting me in New York City and we were having dinner together when I decided to be honest with her about my purchase. I had been looking for an opportunity to tell her ever since she arrived, but every time I tried to bring it up, she changed the subject. So I thought that if I brought it up out of nowhere at dinner, she wouldn’t have time to change the subject.

I was wrong.
She immediately asked why I needed one and forced me to explain myself in detail — before my food even came out!

I am 12 years old and I want to use a vibrator. I want to tell my mom but am scared to. What do I do?

If you ask me I shall tell you that you are not fully grown to do all these acts. You yourself are scared to talk about this with your mom because you fully know that she will get angry with you and might spank you.

I will suggest you share this with your friends, who are older and more mature than you. They might help you out in a better way for getting rid of this problem once and for all.

If still, if you want to go on with this then I must say that it is not good for any one of the age group.

I’m 13 and I want to buy a vibrator online, but I don’t have a card and I can only buy it with my parents’ card. Will they know what I am purchasing?

Sorry, but your parents will find out exactly what you bought. The website is going to send them an email stating that you have made a purchase and the amount spent. You don’t need to feel bad about buying this, just be sure to make the purchase on your own card or ask your parents if they can pay for it for you.

What was your first vibrator?

I’m not going to lie, I was a little nervous about trying a vibrator. I’d heard all the stories about how they weren’t worth it and how they were just another way for companies to make money off women who need foreplay.

But then I got one, and it changed my life.

My first vibrator is the one that started it all: the Magic Wand Original from Vibratex, which is still available today. It’s a classic vibrator that has been around for decades, but it kept getting better with every new version (currently the Magic Wand Rechargeable).

The Magic Wand is a large massager that plugs into an outlet (though it can also run on batteries) and is designed to stimulate your entire body through deep tissue massage — not just your genitals. It’s shaped like a cylinder with two small buttons on one side that controls its settings of vibrations and pulsations.

I’ve tried other vibrators since then, but none are quite as powerful or as satisfying as this one. Plus, you can use it as both an external stimulator or internal massager because of its size and shape — although be careful if you’re using it internally because it does get pretty intense!

Can a vibrator help to remove a kidney stone from urine?

The external physical vibration machine, which is self-developed in China, uses main and auxiliary vibrators to remove stones actively along the urinary tract. It has been employed to markedly improve the efficiency of removing upper urinary tract calculi in recent years [1]. The device has been applied to patients with ureteral stones and renal stones for several years. There are many cases of successful treatment reported [2,3].

The device is composed of two parts: the main vibrator and an auxiliary vibrator. The main vibrator is used to direct the stone into the lumen of the ureter; while the auxiliary vibrator is used to break up the stone into smaller pieces by vibration. The auxiliary vibrator can be easily removed after performing its function [4].

I found a vibrator in my 16-year-old daughter’s room. What should I do with it?

If you find a vibrator in your 16-year-old daughter’s room, you may be tempted to punish her. You could take it away and put it in the garbage, or maybe even throw it away. But what’s the point?

There are many reasons why a teen girl might have a vibrator, and none of them should be cause for discipline. Here are some things to consider:

A vibrator can help your daughter explore her body and learn about pleasure.
Many teens use sex toys because they find sexual stimulation to be pleasurable. If your daughter has a vibrator, she may enjoy using it during masturbation or when having sex with her boyfriend. Some girls even use them together with their partners!

Girls who own vibrators aren’t necessarily sexually promiscuous or “slutty.” They just want to feel good!

There are many reasons why teen girls might own sex toys besides just wanting to have sex with everyone around them — for example:

Some girls use sex toys as part of their masturbation routine because they like how stimulating they are; some say that using a vibrator is like “masturbation on steroids!” Others like how

Can you pack a vibrator as your carry-on on an airplane?

You can definitely pack a vibrator as your carry-on on an airplane. The vibrator will be safe in the overhead compartment, just like any other electronic device. However, there are some drawbacks to packing a vibrator as your carry-on instead of checking it.

If you want to keep your vibrator with you at all times, you should check it in your luggage. You can always take out the batteries and pack it in a separate bag so that it doesn’t get damaged while being checked.

If you don’t want to check your vibrator in your luggage and would rather have it with you at all times, then I would suggest packing it in your carry-on. Make sure that it is placed in a plastic bag or wrapped securely in bubble wrap before putting it into the overhead compartment of the plane.

What do you do if your 16-year-old daughter asks for a vibrator?

You do not want to go through this alone. This is a problem that affects the whole family equally.

If your daughter is 16 years old, she is probably very embarrassed about asking for a vibrator. She does not want to talk about it with her parents or anyone else for that matter. It is time for you to step up and take charge:

Send a text message to your daughter to get started so that she will not ignore you or pretend that she did not hear you.

Let her know that you have heard her request and would like to discuss it further at home when everyone can be present. Make sure that she knows that no one has any judgments on what she has asked for; we all want her happiness and satisfaction in life!

How do I find the best vibrator online?

As you can see, there are a lot of options when it comes to vibrators. However, some people prefer one type over another because they’re used to using specific types of toys or have preferences in how they use them. Regardless of what kind you choose, though, always make sure that whatever product you buy is durable and high-quality so that it will last for years!

What is your opinion on teenage girls using vibrators?

There are many reasons why teenage girls use vibrators. They can be used for masturbation, foreplay, and even help with pain during sex.

The first time I ever used a vibrator was when I was 15 years old. My best friend at the time told me about it and we went out to buy one together. It felt good, but I didn’t get off on it as she did.

Since then, I’ve used them with my boyfriends and they were always a great way to spice things up in the bedroom. They’re amazing for foreplay and can really get you warmed up for an orgasm when you have sex with someone else.
I think girls should be able to use them at any age. It’s a fun, safe, way to experience pleasure. If I had a daughter, I’d buy her one.

Why does my vibrator seem like it is dying even though I frequently change the batteries and it is in good condition?

The motor could be slowing down due to insufficient lubrication, a loose connection introducing a high resistance to the circuit, or depending on how the vibrator is constructed, the motor may be vibrating in a way that puts excessive strain on it. If you can get a feel for how hard it is working, you can tell whether something is wrong.

If it is working hard but seems like it should be getting more power (more speed), then check the battery connections and make sure they are tight and clean. If you run into problems with lubrication, try oiling all moving parts with light machine oil (like sewing machine oil) or silicone lube.

If the vibrator seems like it has no power at all and fails to even turn over when you press down on the switch or push button (if any), then the batteries may be dead or faulty (old ones do lose their ability to hold a charge). Try putting new batteries in or replacing them with new ones if possible (but make sure they’re fresh batteries!).

If your vibrator does not seem to have much power but still turns over without much effort when pressing down on switches/buttons etc., then there may be something wrong with your wiring (circuit board).

How do you change the batteries in a bullet vibrator?

The vibrating bullet is equipped with a AAA battery, it’s replaceable, not stuck in there, first, unscrew the cap, then put the battery port down and the battery will fall out. If it doesn’t fall out, tap it and it will fall out. The other way is to remove the plastic cover and unscrew the base, then put them back together again, and then replace your batteries.

If any further questions or problems arise during the use of your product, please contact us at [email protected] We look forward to working with you again soon!

How do you open a mini bullet?

The Mini Bullet Vibrator is a high-quality material made of a plastic exterior and a silicone interior. It’s easy to open and twist. The top of the product opens for battery replacement, and cleaning purposes. The Mini Bullet Vibrator comes with an instruction manual explaining how to use and clean the product.

To open the vibrator, twist the top counterclockwise until it unlocks and opens up. Inside there is a small screw that holds the battery in place. Remove this screw using a small Phillips head screwdriver or any other small tool that fits inside the hole (we recommend using something like an eyeglass repair kit).

Once removed, replace with a new AAA battery (not included) making sure you line up the positive side of the battery first (red wire on top). Once secured back into place with a screw, close top again by twisting clockwise until tight.”

What batteries do vibrating bullets take?

There are two types of batteries that bullets use, AAAs and N.I.A.A.s. A triple AAA battery pack is required for most vibrating bullets.

The batteries should be inserted into the bullet by twisting the top of the product( where the on/off button is) counterclockwise and then it should open to let you replace the AAA battery(s).

To open your bullet, twist the top of your product counterclockwise, then pull it off. The battery compartment is on one side of your bullet; slide out the plastic tray and remove any old batteries before placing new ones in place. If your vibrating bullet takes three AAA batteries, place them in this order: positive (-) side up, negative (-) side down (flat), positive (+) side down (flat). Replace your battery compartment cover and twist it back into place; it will lock into position automatically.

How do you charge a tiny teaser bullet?

Charge up your passion in only 50 minutes by plugging the provided USB cable into the self-sealing charging port on the back of the massager. Once charged, you can expect about 90 minutes of playtime.

To charge your Passion, simply remove the cap from the charging port and plug in the USB cable. The charging indicator light will turn red while charging, then green when fully charged. To preserve battery life, we recommend unplugging your Passion massager when not in use.

I got a new vibrator and I can’t get the battery out?

I was given a vibrator as a gag gift. However, the battery is stuck and I can’t get it out.

I read through all of the answers to this question and none of them seem to work. So I’m hoping someone else has had this problem before and can help me out!

I’ve tried:
-Opening the cap to the battery
-Shaking the item down towards the ground, battery end pointing down (but it didn’t fall out)
-Holding it upside down over my head (again, nothing)
-Tapping it gently with a hammer (no luck)

Are vibrators loud?

Vibrators are often loud.

They can be. Vibrating toys range from little bullet-sized devices all the way up to large vibrating wands. Each type and size has advantages and disadvantages — and there are pros and cons to using them in different situations.

Bullet vibes are small, discreet, and easy to use in public situations, but they have a very concentrated level of vibration that can be uncomfortable for some users. Wands are great for deep penetration, but they’re bulky and not ideal for use in public situations (or even at home if you share a bed with another person).

There’s no one-size-fits-all vibrator — each person has their own preferences about how powerful the vibrations should be, what kind of material it should be made out of, how much money they want to spend on it, etc.

What are your favorite sex toys?

Well, I haven’t tried too many of them, but I can recommend the (embarrassingly named) Vulcan Tight Anus (link to URL shortener because link broke formatting).
It’s pretty nice for my purposes. Good points:

I’m about 5 inches or so, and it has plenty of depth for me.
You can adjust the pressure by covering or opening a hole at the end with your thumb

Feels really good
Included a decent bullet vibe (if you don’t care, there’s a non-vibrating version for like, 5 bucks cheaper. I found it utterly pointless, but my girlfriend loves it, so…win?

How does it feel when a guy puts his penis in your butt and a dildo in your vagina at the same time?

At the beginning of playing this game, my butt was hurt easily. But later it was very comfortable.

What’s the difference between a dildo and a real penis?

Dick is warm, gets hard and soft, and you feel it is alive and pulsating.
Dildos, on the other hand, are cold and lifeless, and some have very hard heads.

In detail, sex with a penis feels similar to how a dildo feels inside you. But the big difference is that penises are warm, come in all shapes and sizes, and move without your assistance – to a certain extent. The weight of the man’s body, connected to the penis, also adds a lot to the experience.

As a teen girl, how many times have you masturbated in your bed?

This is a big, big deal.

It’s no secret that women love to masturbate. In fact, a new study by the Kinsey Institute reveals that 92% of women regularly take time out to masturbate, a huge jump from the findings of previous studies (74% in 1979 and 62% in 1953).

What’s more, the study found that most women who masturbate do so alone—only about 8% of women reported having had a partner or group of partners participate with them. And it looks like teens are getting in on the action too: about half of them report masturbating at least once per week—so maybe you’re not alone in your bedroom after all!

How can a teenage boy start anal masturbation?

The best place to do this is in the shower. Squirt a handful of soap on your finger and smear it around and inside your bottom. Insert your thumb or another finger inside your anus and press down on the walnut-textured part, the prostate. Stimulate the prostate gland just enough and you can have a hands-free orgasm.
If you’re home alone or no one can hear you, an electric toothbrush is another good option. Insert one end of the handle inward and turn it on. It will vibrate, which will also give you a prostate orgasm.

Finger or any long, thin, round object. Make sure you lubricate whatever you are using with saliva or real lube because otherwise it will be quite hard, painful and may even cause bleeding trying to get anything in. If you use an object like a handle or vegetable, be sure to wrap it in a condom (I personally used sandwich-sized Ziploc bags when I was younger and didn’t have access to condoms).

Posture. I find the best position to start in is on your back with your feet flat on the floor and bring them closer to you so your knees are bent and outward. This will give you very easy access to everything downstairs. If done properly, anal sex will make you feel weak and make it easier than usual for you to come. On your back, you are not in danger of falling/getting hurt while you are getting used to it.

What should a 13-year-old boy put in his ass?

Nothing, you are still 13.
If you do, make sure it has a FLANGED BOTTOM… or it could get stuck – you don’t want to go to the ER like that.

Do young girls masturbate with each other?

The idea that young girls will masturbate with each other is a myth. While it’s true that many girls begin masturbating at an early age, they don’t tend to do it with their friends.

The reason is simple: Most girls don’t even realize they’re doing it until they’re much older. It isn’t until they reach puberty and start developing sexually that they understand what masturbation is.

If you’re worried about your daughter being exposed to sexual content at school or on the Internet, try talking to her about sex as openly as possible. That will help ensure that she’s comfortable talking about any questions or concerns she might have with you instead of turning to someone else for answers.

If a guy likes to ride a dildo, is he gay?

So, no, if a guy likes to ride a dildo, he is not gay unless he is sexually and romantically attracted to men.

If you want to know what makes someone gay, it’s an attraction to people of the same sex. And if you want to know what makes someone straight, it’s an attraction to people of the opposite sex.

There are a lot of different ways people express their sexual orientation. Some people are very specific about who they are attracted to and others don’t feel the need to label themselves at all. But no matter how you personally identify your sexuality and gender identity, we can all agree that having an open mind about sexuality and gender can only help us understand ourselves more accurately and help us build stronger relationships with each other.

What everyday items can be used as sex toys?




Towel wet with hot water

Washing Machine

Banana Peel

Ceiling Fan

Women, how old were you when you first got a vibrator/dildo? How was it?

I was 11 when I got my first vibrator. When I was 10, I was snooping through my 19-year-old sister’s room, and found in her nightstand drawer, several items I wasn’t familiar with. I picked up one and turned it on, and it shook like crazy when turned all the way up. I had an idea what it was for, but I thought that was my mind just being dirty. I had already sort of been masturbating. At night I would lay in bed and feel around, and noticed how it would feel when I rubbed my clit up and down. I didn’t know it was a clit, all I knew was it felt good.

So at 11 years old, my mom took me shopping for school clothes for junior high. In the store, we were going through the clearance section to see what they had leftover from last year’s clothing sale when she grabbed a vibrator from one of the racks and handed it to me saying get this while they are cheap! She said it would come in handy if you ever needed one! Then she winked at me!

How was your experience buying your first vibrator?

So, I went to Spencer’s and ‘pretended’ to shop around knowing damn well why I came there. So, my anxious 17 self decided to buy the cheapest and one of the smallest vibrators they had. It was $25 and it was shaped like lipstick.

I don’t remember what it was called, but I do remember what it looked like pink, with a tiny white bullet inside. At that point in my life, I had never even seen a vibrator before this one so naturally, I was super confused about how you even use it.

I took it home and hid it under my bed until one day when my mom wasn’t home (she worked late shifts at the hospital) and then went for it! It was such an awkward experience because I didn’t know how to turn it on or off so I guess that made me overthink everything else too? But once I figured out how to work the thing, I loved it! It may not have been very powerful but for being my first experience with sex toys, this little lipstick vibe did wonders for me.*

Has your wife ever let you watch her masturbate with a dildo?

Yes, I’ve seen my wife masturbate with dildos vibrators, and anal probes, probably hundreds of times. I have used the sex toys on her and she has put on shows for me and my male friends, with sex toys, masturbating herself to orgasm while we watched, before we all had sex with her.

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