It's that time of a year
… when Santa brings you a gift during his evening shift!
But I'm not talking about cookies, sweets, sweaters, and socks, but about the erotic toys that Santa leaves under your Christmas tree.
While it's nice to believe that the elves at the North Pole are selecting the right gift for you, we all know that sometimes they get a little too drunk, and we have to take care of presents ourselves. I hope I find an idea by the end of November, and in December, I spend my whole salary on them and masochistically enjoy watching people running through the aisles of shopping centers. Unfortunately, it happens too often that I am one of them, hopelessly searching for a gift.
My list rarely includes sex toys, but since I'm a loyal user, I've put together some tips on how to find a suitable toy for your partner:
The first and genuinely golden rule: don't buy toys for someone who has never expressed a desire to own one. You could do more harm than good, and it can end up with you looking at the face of the ashamed person in the glow of Christmas candles, staring forlornly at an opened present under the tree.
The second rule: only buy a toy if you don't have a better idea.
The third rule: don't make your wishes come true through a gift for another person (this advice is also for me).
Rule number four: follow what your partner wants, even if you don't think the product suits him/her. Regarding erotic toys, the most important thing is desire. It will drive people to try the toy, eager to find out why it works for them or not. If you buy what you think is suitable, you run the risk that it will never be used because your partner will still wonder how it would be with the toy they wanted to test. The gift will be a consolation prize.
Rule number five: Think about what would suit your partner. Does your partner have a sensitive clitoris? Does she like the vibrations? Does she enjoy G-spot stimulation, or is it not enough? Would she like to use an anal stimulator? Has your partner ever been interested in a prostate massage? Would you like to try a masturbator? Would you be willing to try a couple's vibrator? For example: for a woman who finds it easier to orgasm by stimulating her clitoris, don't buy a classical vibrator because you find it interesting, and it includes a heat function. It will not work.
If you know that, you're on to something. If your partner is willing to try a toy but isn't quite sure what would suit her best, you have a small problem. You have an idea, but there are too many products in online shops to make your decision any easier. Don't buy a toy because it is expensive as fuck, or because it is cheap. Instead, imagine having sex with that person; what turns them on and off. Remember the conversations. If you don't get the desired information there either, I would recommend rabbit vibrators for women with a high range of vibration power, a vibrator for couples that will at least offer a new experience for both of you, or for men, a Tenga masturbator for multiple uses. Even if it doesn't bring you to orgasm, at least there will be a lot of laughter and satisfaction on both sides of the bed.
Well, if you want more advice, you can contact me or read the reviews on the website. If you're unsure whether you'll do more harm than good with the toy you've chosen, take your partner on a trip to one of the erotic shops. If that doesn't work, give up. But never force your partner to use them. Some people like toys, others don't, some are more open-minded, and others are not. So be good, and make sure there will be a great present waiting for your partner under the Christmas tree! And for you, too, of course.
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