5 Deliciously Racy Reasons To Break Out The Sex Toys Tonight

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Are you wondering if there is a place for sex toys in a healthy, monogamous relationship? While it may be something you don't openly discuss with your partner, there are plenty of reasons why you should use sex toys. Here are the top five ways sex toys can enhance your sex life. Trust us, you won't regret bringing these into your bedroom.

1. You'll get to know yourself.

A vibrator can give a woman the opportunity to explore her own body with or without her partner. The more she knows about what turns her on, the better the orgasm. Some women are comfortable with self-exploration with a partner watching, while some women prefer to play alone and have a little show-and-tell later. 

2. You'll get to know your partner.

Sex toys give you an extra hand when you need it most. Couple a vibrator with oral sex, a wand with an intimate massage, or use a bullet for erogenous zone stimulation. Watch her reaction and see what works best.

3. You'll explore his prostate. 

Giving him added stimulation is yet another reason why you should use sex toys. The prostate is often referred to as the male G-spot because of the intense orgasm that stimulation can produce. Specially-designed male sex toys are the best ways to explore this new pleasure zone. 

4. You'll engage in partner play. 

A variety of toys including penis rings, bullets, and vibrators, can be used along with vaginal intercourse. The extra stimulation can intensify the orgasm for both partners, without taking the place of traditional lovemaking. Consider a toy an enhancement, not a replacement. 

5. You'll fulfill your fantasies.

Sex toys can also allow you to explore fantasies including bondage, double penetration, and threesomes within the comfort of your own home. Start small and see where the mood takes you. When used with respect to both partners, sex toys can add depth to a healthy sexual relationship. 

Communication is essential. If your partner is reluctant, discuss the holdbacks and work through them together. If both partners are willing, however, get ready to enjoy a whole new variety of lovemaking.


At the Sinclair Institute, we help adults build relationships that work by fostering communication and creativity. We are committed to leadership in the sexual health industry. 

This article was originally published at Sinclair Institute . Reprinted with permission from the author.