Since sex toys have started to appear everywhere from TV shows to your local drugstores, the negative stigma they once carried has started to disappear. People everywhere are realizing that sex toys are actually fun; they add zest to play time, help us get to know our bodies, and for some can even make sex better.
If one or both of you are new to sex toys, bringing up the subject for the first time can be scary, but it doesn’t have to be. Wait for the right time and work the topic into the conversation. The possibilities here are endless, ranging from finding an article like this one and reading it together to purchasing a small toy that you can use together and introducing it to your partner. Start small, plan ahead, and you’ll be using toys in your bedroom in no time. Whatever path you choose, remember to stay positive and offer lots of reassurance and praise for your already great sex life. Talk openly to each other about your fantasies and desires. Being able to comfortably describe what you love and what you’d like to try can be incredibly exciting and intimate.
To make sure that your partner is feeling no pressure, offer to visit a good sex toy website to browse the selection together. EdenFantasys.com would be a great place to start whether you’re a newbie or a veteran, because of the amount of educational information it offers. You will be able to find hundreds of articles on virtually any topic, browse and compare toys, and ask for an advise from Eden’s community members on forum.
Once the ice is broken and the topic is out in the open, there can only be two outcomes. The worst is you’ll get misunderstood, which will be neither the first nor the last time in your life. Don’t worry, it’ll quickly be forgotten. Most likely though, you’ll find support, understanding, and enthusiasm. The reward is totally worth the risk, so go for it! Make the step to uncover your couple’s sexual potential.
In the end, no matter how you’ve decided to approach the subject or what the outcome has been, remember and tell each other that toys are not about replacing, but rather about enhancing and growing your sexual relationship. They’re about experimenting and enjoying everything together, as partners.