We're eternally grateful to our vibrators for helping us get off time and time again—but finding a way to convey that enthusiasm to your human partner in the sack can be awkward. While our survey of Men's Health Facebook followers found that about half of guys have used sex toys with their partners, some dudes feel like your desire to use a toy is a sign that something is wrong with their sex skills, says Ian Kerner, Ph. In reality, putting a sex toy on the bedside table can help you and your partner explore different types of pleasure, says Kat Van Kirk Ph. So, yeah, it's definitely worth suggesting.
But sex toys can be an awkward topic to bring up in the bedroom because men can feel intimidated and emasculated by their presence. What am I doing wrong? The answer to that question is most likely nothing. But for women, achieving an orgasm can be difficult, and frequently, we need a little extra help.
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The other day I was chatting to a friend of mine about using sex toys with partners. My male friend had never used any sex toys with a partner and was appalled at the idea of doing so. More often than not though, the toys end up collecting dust in a box somewhere, after the initial use. We like to tie each other up, so we mostly have restraints of some kind — either for the arms or ankles.