The idea of sex toys for couples is nothing new but the surge in women buying pleasure toys for their own enjoyment and satisfaction is a recent phenomenon. The days when women were embarrassed to be caught looking at a vibrator or dildo were part of a staid society that valued virginity above all and talking about sexuality was relegated to a certain class of woman.
Not all women are comfortable discussing, buying or using pleasure toys. For them, there is a stigma attached to masturbation and the idea of using pleasure toys for their own orgasms when a partner is not available is simply not acceptable. The number of women who attach a stigma to the use of pleasure toys is dwindling rapidly.
More common today is the woman who does not talk openly about sex toys and doesn’t care to be seen shopping in an adult oriented store but who uses the accessories in the privacy of their home. Many women have their favorite toys for pleasure and actively enjoy using vibrators, dildos and sexually stimulating gels and lubricants on a regular basis.
When in a relationship, you can share your toys with a partner to add more spice to your sexual encounters. Every woman is different and has zones on her body that respond rapidly to sexual stimulation. When alone, she chooses a sex toy that she knows will provide her with maximum pleasure. When with a partner, these toys can help a woman show her man what turns her on and free them both of old societal restrictions.
Pleasure toys come in a wide variety to stimulate every erogenous zone of a woman. It you think your partner might be resistant to some of your favorite toys, keep two pleasure drawers by the bedside. One drawer is for sex toys that enhance foreplay and intercourse for men and woman and the second drawer is for those private times when you are alone and free to do anything – and everything – you want.