If you have never bought toys before, let's address some of the myths
1. Sex Toys are taboo or unnatural and are you buy them in dark alleys for cash
Sex toys can improve the quality of your life in the same way hearing aids, and pacemakers do. Sex toys are available in mainstream retail stores and from quality websites that ensure product quality.
2. I’ll buy the wrong product
Most of us started with something small and simple made with safe materials and quality construction. I’m sure at this stage in our lives we have learned that if it is too good to be true …it usually is and that you get what you pay for in life so low price equals cheap product.
3. Guilt, shame, and Embarrassment:
Toys are all about your enjoyment. We all deserve to be happy, and sex is an essential part of our happiness. Toys can be the tools to help achieve that goal.
4. Sex toys are for lonely single people.
One of the most damaging myths about sex toys is that they're just for single, or "lonely," people who have no option but to use something with a battery. Wrong. People of all relationship statuses use sex toys. In fact, 78% of women who use them report being in a relationship. They're also not just for straight women. There are plenty of toys out there for same-sex couples, as well as toys for men.
5. Toys are addictive
People are keen to pin this on things that are not related. Such is a case of toys and human nature. While it is true that some people get hooked after trying these devices, it is an individual’s nature which will cause the addiction and not the gadget
6. A vibrator decreases sensitivity?
Ageing reduces the amount of blood flow to the vaginal area. Women need to time to become aroused, and the vibrations increase the blood flow to the genitals to get things started. But let’s be honest, if you overdo anything, you’re liable to get yourself into a not-so-great feeling predicament. According to the Indiana University survey, 11 percent of women experienced “occasional numbness” from their vibrator use, but only three percent felt it frequently. If that’s the case, ease up on the pressure and maybe cut your vibrator use back to just a couple hours a day instead of five.
7. A vibrator replaces my Partner.
Not a chance. The toy will help you orgasm but sucks at pillow talk, laughing cuddling and kissing. A study conducted by the University of Guelph in Ontario surveyed 49 men in heterosexual relationships to see just how they feel about a sex toy being introduced to the sexy time equation with their partner. What it found was that not only are most men not intimidated at all, but they welcome the sex toys with open arms. Having help from a battery-operated gadget can create greater feelings of intimacy for men.