For some, buying a sex toy can be as easy as tapping a button on their smartphone or walking into a shop and picking out something that catches their eye. For others, there is fear or embarrassment which creates a hurdle to researching further.
If you’re a woman thinking of buying your first toy designed to enhance play, Elle Magazine has put together a complete guide to help you out.
Here are some of their key points:
Think about what you already know about your body and what you want the toy to do and then make a short-list of needs. For example, do you want to use it on your own or with a partner? Does it need to be waterproof? Do you want to take it travelling?
Most women benefit from easing their way into toy play, but there are no hard and fast rules about beginners toys. Elle suggest the following guidelines:
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