I'm Dr. Drai, a board-certified OB/GYN, sexual health expert, and founder of Momentum Intimacy. Through my FDA-cleared condom & lubricant line called Momentum, I help people improve their intimacy and have a more satisfying sex life. Have you ever thought about bringing toys into the bedroom?
If you have decided to use sex toys in your relationship, you’ve made a fun and enjoyable choice. You will need the right approach to begin, but when you do, it will give you exhilaration like nothing else. Sex toys can bring fun into your sex life, and any sex expert will tell you that a light, romantic relationship is the best stimulant for good sex.
If you are wondering how to bring those sex toys into your bedroom and use them without feeling silly, here are some tips:
1. Do not rush in. Your sex toy is going to be a tool of enjoyment for both of you. Do not make haste, or nothing will be gained by both. You must realize that introducing any external factor in your sex life even if it is just a nonliving sex tool may be challenging. Get started with something innocuous like lotions and oils. It is better to start with something that is not exactly a tool. But these oils and lotions can improve your sexual bearings with each other. And they will pave the way for bringing in more tools in the future.
2. Build up a foundation. If you make some preparations for your sexual encounters, then you will surely find a more enriching experience ahead. Stick to simple and gentle tools which will be acceptable and safe to both. Your partner should not be intimidated by what you are bringing into the bedroom but must be able to enjoy it. Start with something simple like ticklers. These are simple toys that are perfectly safe, and at the same time add to the excitement in the bedroom.
3. Do not become dependent on your sex toy. Your sex toy is an external part of your sex experience. Do not make it the third person. Do not overly rely on this tool. Even when you are using a sex toy, try to discover new ways of making each other happy without it.
Sex toys are not called intimacy tools for no reason. They are like bridges to repairing a fading relationship. They can give you sexual satisfaction and at the same time build comfortable intimacy levels between you.
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As always...I'm Dr. Drai, a board-certified OBGYN, sexual health expert, and founder of Momentum Intimacy. Through my FDA-cleared condom & lubricant line called Momentum, I help people improve their intimacy and have a more satisfying sex life.