Wacky Things You Don’t Know About Sex Toys

539f8dd64cd18_-_cos-girl-at-gyno-office-lgnVibrating rings, lube, and dildos are hardly shocking stuff anymore. Hell, pleasure products are sold next to vitamins in the drugstore, and even Oprah-endorsed vibes on daytime TV! What is pretty damn shocking? These eight little-known facts about the sex toy goodies that live in the nightstand drawer.


Yep, the first electrical vibrator (a 40-pound contraption that required two people to operate — not exactly a pocket rocket) was used by a British M.D. treating “female hysteria.” He used the tool to bring nervous or stressed women to orgasm. Luckily, a few years later, take-home versions were created.

Source: The Technology of Orgasm: “Hysteria,” the Vibrator, and Women’s Sexual Satisfaction
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Sex toys Tips & Techniques

o-SEX-EDUCATION-facebookStrategic strokes, not size, spark her orgasm. If you really want to know what drives her wild, the answer might just be hiding in her drawer. Here are five lessons you can learn from her favorite sex toys…LINGER A LITTLE
Unlike porn actresses, most women first focus sex toys on their clitoris, penetrating only as climax nears, says Lisa Lawless, Ph.D., cofounder of the National Association for Sexual Awareness and Empowerment.

What you can do: Your penis isn’t just for penetration. Use it to stroke her outer labia and clitoris during foreplay, says Vivienne Cass, Ph.D., author of The Elusive Orgasm. Gyrating along these pleasure points while steadily increasing pressure will push her desire to the tipping point, so once you penetrate, you’ll deliver orgasm-inducing thrusts.
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