Sex toys have increased its popularity over the past decade. Just like the toys of your youth, these toys are designed to entertain you and stimulate your most pleasurable areas like the G-spot, clitoris and prostate. There are different kinds of sex toys available in the market which includes the cock rings, vibrators, dildos, kegelcizers, anal play, furniture, BDSM gear, dolls, pumps and accessories – all for your sexuality’s fun!
Indeed, this business industry is booming and can impact a relationship both positively and negatively.
The Negative Impact
You’ve probably heard of vibrator addiction. Vibrator addiction is when you orgasm or experience so much pleasure so often with your vibrator that you start to struggle to orgasm with a partner or to have an orgasm with anything but your vibrator toy. It can actually numb or desensitize your body so you experience less pleasure in general during sex. You can basically think of a vibrator addiction as when you are way more turned on for your toy than for your partner. While the vibrator can be this awesome tool for allowing you to have orgasms and speeding up your turn on, vibrator addiction starts when you use your vibrator a hundred percent of the time to experience pleasure or orgasms.
The Positive Impact
Studies have shown that couples that are using sex toys enhance their sexual experience and have helped them to understand their relationship better. Toys also let you try new things including those that you and your partner might not normally do. They add pleasure, fun and playfulness to your sex life and relationship as well as help you have more desire orgasms and overall sexual satisfaction. For couples who crave for a more enjoyable and kinkier sex, they use sex toys to try new things and play around with their partner.
It’s best to test the waters before jumping in. Introducing sex toys to your partner should be done with careful communication and respect. Sex is all about your intuition. Feel out the situation first. Pay attention to your partner’s body and don’t be afraid to ask for what you want. Depending on the nature of your relationship, your ability to communicate will differ.