This is a guest post about buying sexual aids to improve your sex life, ENJOY
Everyone that pretty much lives and breathes wild times in the bedroom has to buy his or her first ever sex toy and chances are everyone goes through the same period of doubt and worry. After all, with thousands on the market it pretty much goes without saying that not every ‘tool’ out there is the best for every job.
So with this in mind, here are a few tips from the experts when it comes to buying a sex toy for the first time:
Keep it Simple
Firstly, the biggest and most important piece of advice that outweighs all others is to keep it small and simple. Chances are that if you take home the world’s most enormous and terrifyingly proportioned vibrator first time around, it might be the last time you bother. There are so many sex toys and gadgets you can pick up that are effortless to use and guaranteed to take things to a new level, without scaring the living daylights out of you. From cock rings to vibrating eggs and even through to things as simple as gels and oils to make that first step, it’s all about staying in your comfort zone and saving the industrial-strength appliances for later…if you decide to keep going.
Next up, use an online sex retailer that offers concise yet comprehensive advice on every kind of sex toy, with tips as to which ones in the catalogue are the best for first-time buyers. Chances are you won’t be thrilled with the idea of discussing your intimacies with the guy behind the counter as the sex shop on the High Street, so be sure instead to take some advice from the best online retailer you can find.
Keep it Cheap
And finally, don’t forget that for pretty obvious reasons you won’t be able to get your money back if you decide you’ve bought the wrong thing – the advice therefore being not to get carried away with spending. Easy enough though, as for less than a tenner you can pick up the kind of supplies needed to give you and yours a pretty good taste of what you’ve been missing…and then the fun and games really begin!
By Brian Bell
Brian Bell is calling upon his years of experience in the sex retail industry to try and convert Australia by letting the public know there is so much more to what’s on offer than huge dildos and painfully kinky gadgets.Pin It