Marie Claire (South Africa) - - SEX -

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Sex is a sen­si­tive topic for most peo­ple to dis­cuss and telling your part­ner you’d like to add some spice with a sex toy can be even more daunt­ing. In the past, it was of­ten said that men felt threat­ened by sex toys with a penis-like re­sem­blance, but this is much less of a prob­lem now,as new de­signs are sleeker and more dis­creet. As with any con­ver­sa­tion about sex, it’s im­por­tant to re­mem­ber that it’s not nec­es­sar­ily what you say, but how you say it that mat­ters.Tim­ing is im­por­tant; ideally, raise the topic when you’re both re­laxed and en­joy­ing each other’s com­pany. Have some idea of what you want to say – per­haps even what toy you’d like to try – and why. Make sure your part­ner knows that you’d like to en­hance your sex life as a cou­ple and that it’s not about him not sat­is­fy­ing you. If you’ve never tried a sex toy be­fore, I rec­om­mend start­ing small; per­haps a cli­toris vi­bra­tor, which is not in­tim­i­dat­ing and per­fect for that ex­tra stim­u­la­tion. Sug­gest that you look for some­thing to­gether to en­joy the ex­pe­ri­ence

as a cou­ple. A small, wa­ter­proof

low-fre­quency cli­toral vi­bra­tor – use it warmed up or cold for dif­fer­ent


This cli­toral vi­bra­tor won the Cannes Lion Award for De­sign for its in­no­va­tive ring de­sign and has 10 dif­fer­ent modes. The wand of this vi­bra­tor is firm but flex­i­ble and con­tains a ‘tin­gle tip’ set­ting to mag­nify sen­sa­tion.

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