How to choose a perfect sex toy
Picking your first sex toy can sometimes be frustrating, intimidating and such a daunting task. It’s your first experience and thus you’re not sure what would make the night for you. Some people want to invest some good money on something that would last and make the nights pleasurable. Thus, you will need time and guidance so that you don’t mess yourself up and spend too much, on what may not help.
Here are some guidelines on how to choose sex toys
Know your body
You could be new to sex matters and therefore require some bit of time to learn your body anatomy; your likes and dislikes. One of the things you should keep in mind is that over seventy percent of women would require clitoral stimulation to achieve orgasm. You may get that expensive toy but without a better understanding of what makes you tick, then you could be frustrated.
Get to know your needs
With likes and dislikes, don’t allow all that you see on media influence you. It could be one of the fantastic vibes but not for you. Whatever works for Cherry may not work for Rosy. You need to understand what you really need and the aesthetics that you love.
You could be buying the toy as a gift to someone. Sex toys are very personal and therefore before shopping, you need to ask yourself a few questions; Are they used to toys, do they have special preferences in regard to color, type and such. Then you can add personal details, which may not make a world of difference.
Check for quality
Many manufacturers have been in the production of sex toys that would cost less and most of these are of poor quality and thus not durable. A poor quality sex toy may create havoc on your body look for sex toys that are a bit pricey; anything above $50 would get you some quality stuff that you’ll like.
Do you want to save yourself from buying some crappy stuff, then get to sex toys online stores and read customer reviews; other peoples experience would guide you in making reasonable decisions. From the contacts provided, you can call several people and get to hear their experiences.
Some of the toys may work for you and others may not. Thus, you should expect cases where a toy will not work for you. That should not discourage you but rather help you know what works for you.