It’s a well-known fact: if you’re pregnant, you don’t have to give up sex! The unborn baby is well protected in the amniotic sac, and sexual penetration cannot jeopardize its health. But what about using sex toys? Is there anything important to consider? We find out.
More power to you! Masturbation is the key to having better sex. Women who know their bodies intimately can offer more precise and advanced sexual directions to others. Consequently, the sex is better, because you don’t get what you don’t ask for. But apart from the improvements to your sex life, masturbation can also provide quality time with yourself. It helps strengthen your relationship to yourself and provides a boost for self-love. For O Diaries – The Womanizer Magazine, sex blogger Tina Molin from Happy Vagina shares her best tips on masturbation and self-love.
Men and women can often feel threatened when their partner masturbates. That’s a perfectly normal response. The partner’s sexual gratification is not dependent on us, and this can leave us feeling excluded. But we really don’t have to feel like this. Indeed, masturbation can in fact be a positive force when accepted into an intimate relationship.
Samantha from Sex and the City was a self-confessed fan of vibrators and other sex toys, and she embodied an almost pioneering attitude when it came to masturbation. Her character was an early sign, arguably, of a larger cultural shift toward the acceptance and normalization of masturbation. And yet decades later many women still have no experience of sex toys. Many are curious, of course, and would like to try. But the world of sex toys and vibrators is dizzyingly diverse and colorful, and it can be hard to know where even to begin. That’s why our sex toy guide is here to help. We have pared down the competition and left only the toys you need to know about. So read on to find out which sex toy is the right one for you.