Using your new toy…with your partner.

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How to Introduce Sex Toys Into Your Relationship

So you’re thinking of spicing up your sex life by introducing a sex toy to the bedroom, but you’re not sure how to make it happen? Read on for tips on turning your bedroom into a playland.

Have the talk.

Communication is an essential part of any relationship, and this subject is no exception. Before you pull out a vibrator from your secret stash under the bed, you want to make your partner aware of your desires. If it seems too intimidating to do this during a normal conversation, try making it part of your pillow talk! (Start with, “I think it would be so hot to …” We’re sure you’ll find an appropriate end to that sentence.)

Create a wishlist… TOGETHER.

If you’re going to use a vibrator with your partner, it only makes sense to pick one out together! This ensures your new bedroom accessory is something both of you like. It can also be another low-pressure way to introduce the subject; simply pull up our sex toys store, call them over to the computer, and ask them if anything catches their eye.

For once, bigger isn’t better.

Especially if this is your first time using sex toys together, it’s a good idea to start small with a clitoral vibrator or a smaller vaginal vibrator. These toys can be used externally during penetration, so both partners can feel some good vibrations! Better yet, try a c-ring with a removable bullet vibrator for two toys in one! Something like Rendezvous is a great place to start!

Amp up your massage.

To introduce vibration into your relationship, start by using your vibrator as part of a sensual massage. The pulsations will help soothe tired muscles and send you to a state of blissful relaxation. Once the vibrator becomes a regular part of your foreplay, try moving it … lower. 😉 Try Premiere, a new toy in our spotlight collection! It’s a clitoral vibrator you place on your fingertip that can be a great addition to any massage!

Sharing still applies.

When using a vibrator together, take turns. Let each person experiment with different hot spots on the other’s body, and guide each other’s hands to the spots that feel best. And keep communicating and checking in with your partner. A simple “Is this good for you?” or “Do you like when I …” can go a long way toward making your experience truly mind-blowing!

Thanks for the info! XO