Sex Toys for Beginners

Whether you are in your 20s or your 80s, it's never too late to try a toy out solo or with a partner.  One of my lingerie customers came in and said that she is 38, has never had a toy, and just feels stupid because she doesn't own one.  She also said that she has five orgasms a session and therefore doesn't need a toy.  Well of course I have my 2 cents to say about that.

Tips for Starting out With Sex Toys

1.  Don't knock it till you try it. A Romantic Aid can not only add pleasure to your sexual encounter but can also add excitement. 

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2.  Sex toys may be able to increase the quantity and quality of orgasms or even get you "there" faster.  Sometimes they just make you hornier. To some, 5 orgasms is a lot and to some not enough in one love making session.  Some of us are lucky to have multiple orgasms and I attribute this to sexual confidence and freedom of expression.

3. The health aspects are important to consider.  Take care of yourself, reduce stress, and burn calories at the same time. Internal aids can assist you in Kegel exercises and improve intimate health following menopause, chemotherapy, and radiation. 

So don't feel stupid or embarrassed.  Join the rest of millions of us who love to chat over Sunday Brunch about the latest technological innovation that gets us off.

The best advice I can give you is start shopping! We've curated a list of our favorite vibrators for beginners. This is a great place to start. From there, explore our various accessories that can add another level of pleasure and intimacy whether you're on your own or with a partner.