3 Myths About Introducing Sex Toys That Need Busting

“Sex toys can literally change your sex life overnight” Juliet Allen

Sex toys can literally change your sex life overnight and introducing the right toy into an existing sexual relationship can be fun, exciting and hot! Despite this, there’s plenty of silly myths about sex toys, so today I’m going to bust these myths and make room for more sex toy fun in your relationship.

Myth #1 Sex Toys Replace A Penis

This is a load of crap! If your woman wants to introduce a sex toy into the bedroom, it’s not because your penis isn’t good enough (this is referring to heterosexual relationships). Sex toys are for more than just vaginal penetration (although if your woman wants to penetrate herself with it, then let her, and you may be pleasantly surprised as to how much it turns you on). You can use sex toys anally (while being penetrated vaginally), or use them to stimulate the clitoris while simultaneously using a penis inside the vagina. There are so many uses for sex toys and they’re definitely not there to replace a penis. Gentleman, get over your insecurity and be open to having another pleasurable addition in the bedroom.

Myth #2 Sex toys are there because sex isn’t good enough

Get over the false idea that the sex toy is there because your existing sex life isn’t good enough! Sex toys add to sex and make it even more fun and exciting and stimulating. Think of a sex toy as an add-on and enjoy how it can spice up an already amazing sex life. Saying that, if your sex life is a little dull, introducing a sex toy can definitely ignite some hotness into your sex and make things more interesting and sexy!

Myth #3 If a woman needs a vibrator to have an orgasm,

there’s something wrong with her

This is a ridiculous myth that needs knocking on the head. Many women do enjoy using a vibrator during sex because it helps her reach climax, especially when she uses it on her clitoris while being penetrated vaginally. It’s ok to use and introduce a vibrator into the bedroom and if a woman needs it to reach orgasm, then there is NOTHING wrong with her!

 

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About Juliet Allen

Juliet Allen is a Sexologist, Sexuality Coach, Tantra Practitioner and author. Juliet’s purpose is to empower men and women to embrace their sexuality & transform their sex and relationships.

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