New To Sex Toys?

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There is always an unspoken fear when purchasing your first toy. How big should it be? How many settings do I really need? What are those little things on it? Of course, everybody is different, and every body is different. Each reacting to sensations, in different ways. The initial steps in figuring out which toy is right for you, is figuring out what your body favors. There are sensual moments that need to be spent with ones self, to learn, and discover. In those moments, ask yourself, what do I like stimulating? How much stimulation do I like? What amount of time do I like it for? Also, try not to be overwhelmed with the amount of toys. Avoid asking aversive questions such as “Why am I even here?” “Do I really need something like this?” You have come here for a reason, and pursuing that reasoning until you are satisfied is important.

Try not to be overwhelmed. Start with something that you are confident will work for your body. All these questions can be answered with simple trial and error techniques. Learning ones body is the absolute first step, and then proceeding to find a toy that fits the perceived pleasure levels, is the perfect way to go about it. There is no right or wrong answer when experimenting with something for the first time. The best thing to do is trust your body, and your mind, and the rest will come from there.

– Jacqueline Cerutti

We recommend a basic, easy to use G-spot simulation dildo to start for most beginners. We offer a quality product from this class called the RAVE shown below in the lower left. If you have determined you need G-spot and clitoral stimulation, for most beginners we suggest the Iconic Rabbit 2 shown below on right:

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