Many women still have little experience with 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 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.
Dildo: For the Advanced
Vibrators and dildos are often used in the same sentence, but there’s a crucial difference between the two. Although both resemble the male genital organ, only one moves of its own accord, and you guessed it, it’s not the dildo. In other words, dildos require more input from the user than a vibrator, but with this comes increased control. If it’s your first time using a dildo, it’s recommended to use a lubricant for easier and pain-free insertion. Dildos are now available in a wide variety of materials, from silicon and glass to stainless steel, and each has its own special characteristics. Bear in mind though, if you’re already having trouble achieving a climax vaginally, the dildo may not be the right toy for you. It’s a toy for the more advanced masturbators.
Vibrators: The Classic
Vibrators are the classic sex toy. They come in a conventional phallus shape and often include an array of vibrational settings and programs. The higher the price the less noise they make and the more stimulation they provide. But don’t assume that just because they vibrate on their own you don’t need to do anything. Like dildos, vibrators still require user input to get the best results.
Clitoral Stimulator: A Guaranteed Orgasm
It’s no secret that most women climax predominantly through stimulation of the clitoris. Indeed, multiple studies have confirmed this. For those just starting out, clitoral stimulators are often preferable as they tend to result in a great climax in less time. Once again, quality is key. The Womanizer products incorporate the revolutionary Pleasure Air™ Technology, which puts the clitoris at the center of female pleasure. Whether “Classic”, “Premium” or “Starlet” – the Womanizer fully encloses the clitoris and softly sucks and massages it via gentle air vibrations. In addition, the intensity levels are perfectly balanced.
Penis Rings: Longer, Wider, Harder
Many men in heterosexual relationships still have reservations about sex toys. But a revolution is slowly taking place. And even hetero couples now recognize the added value of sex toys, especially in long-term relationships where they can bring a breath of fresh air.
For example, vibrating penis rings. The ring creates slight blood congestion, which increases stamina. However, avoid using the penis ring for more than 30 minutes at a time. The gentle vibrators stimulate both the shaft and clitoris during sexual intercourse, which ensures pleasure for everyone involved!
Couple Vibrators: Fun for Both of You
For a long time, couples were neglected in the sex toy industry. It sounds strange, but toys were apparently long regarded as an upgrade solely for masturbation. The Canadian brand We-Vibe proved with the first pair vibrator that vibrators for couples can be at least as successful as classic vibrators for women. There are now a number of couple vibrators. They all have one thing in common: they can be worn during sex and stimulate both his and her erogenous zones. Even though the range is large, you should pay particular attention to quality. Ideally the products should never interfere with sexual intercourse, but instead be a support. So pay attention to shape, handling and workmanship when you buy.