You don’t have to be a professional sex toy expert to get off. Everyone gets to be an expert in their own body over time, but it does take time and practice! What this sex toy guide is for is to help you decide which toy you should try out to help you discover more about what makes you go OOOOOH!
Apparently orchids are magical g-spot flowers. This vibrator is curved perfectly, and I mean perfectly, for my G-spot. Will it be the same for you?
I have no fucking idea.
But this flower can pollinate my pussy any day.
If you’re looking for a great starter combination to get you going in the world of BDSM, the 50 Shades of Grey Sex Toy collection probably will have what you’ll need. With almost 100 products in their lineup, it can be hard to choose which are really necessary for experimentation with your new dominant (or submissive!). I’ve narrowed down the list a bit into essentially a BDSM starter kinky kit. Most everything should be recognizable; there’s no scary nipple clamps or intimidating anal beads…
If you’ve read any of my previous articles, you’ll know that I spent a LOT of time playing with and enjoying the Womanizer Pro, but I had the itch to see what else was out there. I had stumbled into a whole new category of toys that I didn’t even realize existed before this. The Satisfyer Pro 2 caught my attention because it looks like it does exactly what a Womanizer does for half the price! If you’re not sure what the hell I’m talking about, holy shit you’re in for a treat today!
Maybe you’re on a super strict budget and can barely swing gas in your car. Maybe you’re saving up for a down payment on a house and all your disposable income is going towards that. MAYBE you’re brand new to having your socks rocked by a rabbit vibrator and just don’t want to make a huge investment towards something you have no idea about!
There are inexpensive vibrators and other make-you-orgasm devices aplenty. You just have to weed through the crappy garbage ones to find the diamonds in the rough.