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    10 Sex Toys for Women and Men and How to Use Them

    Sex Toys

    With so much pressure surrounding sex, you can forget intercourse and masturbation can just be fun games adults play. 

    And many adults play with toys. 

    Where do you find out which gadget (or several) are right for you? The internet, obviously. But so you don’t get caught with a lot of lewd search terms on your history, we’ve done the kinky research for you. Regardless if you are gay, straight, bisexual, pansexual, a lesbian or questioning, here is a list of sex toys that will bring pleasure to every sexual and gender identity.

     

    A quick tip before you order one of these devices: don’t buy your sex toys off Amazon or other unverified online retailers. Many are not FDA-approved and have been linked to causing cancer and infertility. Sex toys can be made with jelly-like plastic sheaths are produced with phthalates — chemicals used to produce some water bottles – and can be dangerous if they seep into your system. Here are some non-toxic toys that will transform your body into a playground.


    Finger Sleeve G-Spot Massage Vibrator

     Finger Vibrators

    What They Do: 
    Usually rubbery (or ridged) pads you place over your fingertips, these temptations turn your hands into vibrators, each finger a dildo. Usually, they are composed of an adjustable ring with a pad that provides pleasure. The bigger the bullet, the more intense the sensations they’ll bring.

    How to Use Them:
    Strap these trembling toys onto your fingers. They will likely need lubricant — many finger vibrators are textured and can feel harsh when used raw against a clitoris or other sensitive areas. Trace the vibrators over nipples, hips, inner thighs, and backside to tease your partner before applying it in more delicate areas. Feel free to adjust where it perches on your finger — the further down it rests, the more control you will have.


    Thrusting Dildos

    Thrusting Dildos

    What They Do:
    Some of the newest and most innovative sex toys to hit the market, thrusting dildos or “pulsators” penetrate by retracting and expanding back and forth. Whether you apply them vaginally or anally, they simulate penetrative sex.

    How to Use Them:
    These bad boys take care of you, without you needing to lift a finger. There’s usually no need for a partner with thrusting dildos, especially if they come with a vibrator that stimulates your clitoris, rabbit-style.


    Rabbit Vibrators

    Rabbit Vibrators

    What They Do:
    What is rabbit-style you ask? Best known for being featured on Sex and the City, the rabbit penetrates the vagina while fluttering on one’s clitoris. This allows both areas to be aroused at once. Usually, they include a variety of speeds and settings or can thrust.

    How to Use Them:
    Set the vibrations to your optimal movements and pace, working your way up. Pulse the dildo end inside you, until you are at your perfect, most pleasurable rhythm. If it thrusts, this can be hands-free.


    Strap on Mushroom Head Anal Pegging Dildos

    Strap-Ons

    What They Do:
    Just like the rabbit, this toy uses two parts: the harness and the dildo. The harness straps to your crotch allowing you to penetrate your partner with the strap-on dildo, which has a flat base. These types of dildos can lay flat and secured on a surface. You can even enjoy them without the harness.

    How to Use Them: 
    Strap onto your body and penetrate your partner. Check out our 27 Lesbian Sex Tips Porn Won't Teach You for more detailed instructions. Here’s a taste: If you're wearing a strap-on and penetrating doggy-style, try using a belt (preferably leather.) Loop it under her stomach/hips and hold the end with one hand and the buckle-end with the other. This will give you more thrust and control.


    Wireless Remote Control Vibrating Butterfly Massager

     

    Vibrating Panties

    What They Do:
    A very specific kind of hands-free vibrator, these pulsing panties make putting on your underwear as pleasurable as taking them off.

    How to Use Them: 
    Usually vibrating panties have to be within a certain distance from the remote or smartphone turning them on. However, there are a few different variations with different parameters. Less high-tech panties just offer a compartment for a removable bullet vibrator. You must directly stroke the vibrator to turn it on and off. Other have built-in vibrators with a cord that connects the remote to the underwear. Wireless panties are operated remotely. Depending on how far the remote can be from the panties, your companion can turn on as a surprise throughout the day.


    Double Ended Dildos

    Double Ended Dildos

    What They Do:
    These double ended dildos enter two partners at once. Often these toys vibrate, adding extra indulgence.

    How to Use Them:
    These can be used between two women (or men!), where one inserts the small sculpted end inside them and penetrates their partner with the base. Women can also use this on male partners who want to be penetrated. Normal sex positions and moves should work fine, but you may need more lube! For solo play, bend the ends so it penetrates you in two places at once.


    Prison Bird Male Stainless Steel Cock Cage Chastity Devices

     Cock Cages

    What They Do:
    Cock cages, otherwise known as male chastity cages, are unique devices that serve characters who are aroused by not being able to get carnal satisfaction. Often metal or plastic, they lock with a padlock or key and prevent a man from being able to get an erection. (They’re basically the opposite of a penis ring.)

    How to Use Them:
    Secure a ring around your penis and testicles while the penis is inserted into the cage’s tube. Determine a keyholder — you or a partner — and bolt up your member. That’s it! You can even wear these in public (hey, you’re not getting off, right?) Cock cages are best suited for short intervals, not long-term use. To avoid chafing, apply lubricant beneath the rings. 


    Hands-Free Vibrators

    Hands-Free Vibrators

    What They Do: 
    These mechanical playthings help you rub out one out without a lot of work. A hands-free vibrator sits on top of a clitoris, or another tender area, usually with appendages that keep it secure. Some also have penetrative arms. You can control the oscillations through a remote or even an app on your phone (don’t let your mother use it to make a quick call.)

    How to Use Them:
    Lay face up as you insert the toy. Avoid clenching your legs, it will cause the vibrator to fall out. Establish the precise settings you crave, or let your partner (especially if they are out of town) control the cadence for you. Lay back, and let it do the work! 


    Penis Ring

    Penis Rings

    What They Do:
    Penis rings make a partner with a member last longer through intercourse by cutting off circulation. By preventing blood from flowing back into the penis, this amplifies and prolongs erections.

    How to Use Them:
    Some cock rings rest on shafts, but others can clamp down on the penis and testicles. For a normal penis ring, apply lubricant inside the toy so it slides on easily then put on while the penis is not erect. The ring will become tighter as you become more erect. If it is meant to go over one's testicles and penis, set the ring around the testicles, one at a time. Leave it around the scrotum then squeeze the penis, head first, inside.


    Nipple Clamps

    Nipple Clamps

    What They Do:
    These tiny alligator heads pinch down on your nipples, creating painful sexual stimulation by applying stress and reducing blood flow. The heavier the chain, the more weight it puts on your nipples.

    How to Use Them:
    Pinch onto your nipples, and you’re good! Adjustable clamps have a screw that allows you or your partner to shift the intensity level of the pinch. Clover nipple claims are not adjustable and not for beginners. Some manufacturers create magnetic nipple clamps, which don’t involve a chain or weight and can even be used as faux nipple piercings.

    As a lesbian should I be nervous traveling with my partner

    Traveling with your lesbian partner can be nerve wracking — but what’s worse is not being prepared! Here’s how to plan ahead and stay safe no matter your destination.

    As a femme couple, we’ve never had any trouble traveling in other countries. Morocco and Dubai, for instance, never made us feel unsafe. That said, we’ve also never been questioned about our relationship. Often, people think we’re sisters or cousins traveling together. Nobody has ever looked at us funny, and we never feel threatened – probably because we don’t look gay.

    I’m guessing it must be very different for couples who don’t identify as femmes. I can’t speak to others’ experiences, but I can tell you what traveling the world has been like for me and my partner. So far, we’ve been lucky. But we’ve also been cautious.

    When travelling as a couple, we are forever “toning down” our relationship to not draw attention. This is especially true in countries where homosexuality is not widely accepted. In many of these cases, PDA is acceptable if you’re a straight couple, while gay couples are frowned upon, condemned, and even at risk of being killed. We are not bothered if we can’t hold hands or kiss in public for the sake of keeping safe for a week or two, but it can be hard if you’re used to living in an area that is more progressive. If you live in a country like the UK, for example, where LGBTQ+ rights are more equal, it would be difficult to become accustomed to less accepting societies.

    We’re currently planning a round the world trip. We’ve spent a lot of time researching the particular countries we’ll be visiting as we are taking our daughter with us, which will make it more obvious that we’re both her mums. This, of course, leaves us much more exposed. But you can only find so much information online, and we’ve gained a great deal of information from other lesbian travelers who have experienced some of the destinations we aren’t sure about. If you are feeling anxious about a particular location, our advice is to ask! You may think others won’t get back to you, but our experience is that the lesbian traveling community is a friendly place, and most people are happy to help if they have the info.

    If you’re planning a trip, start by finding out everything you can about your destination regarding homosexuality. Find out whether you’ll have to hide who you are, and figure out how you plan to do that. What’s your “cover” story? Are you going to pretend to be sisters? Friends? Reminder: there are 76 countries where being gay is illegal, so if you want to travel the world, you’ll have to be okay with hiding your identity for the sake of your safety. It won’t be easy – especially if you’ve spent a lot of time accepting who you are! But sometimes it’s necessary.

    If you’re still in doubt after reading up on your destination, look for experienced lesbian travelers who can share info with you. There are so many bloggers out there who can be reached on their social media accounts…us included!

    And remember, it’s important for women to feel safe from abuse and hate regardless of their sexuality, so if you’re concerned that you might run into these things, find a different location! There are plenty out there waiting to be explored.

    Sonam Kapoor ‘wasn’t afraid to play lesbian character’ in Bollywood film: ‘I feel sorry for people who troll me’

    Sonam Kapoor sent fans into meltdown as she played a lesbian character in Ek Ladki Ko Dekha To Aisa Laga, the first mainstream LGBT film in Bollywood.

    The actress starred as Sweety Chaudhary, opposite dad Anil Kapoor – who portrayed her on-screen father.

    And, speaking exclusively to Metro.co.uk at Cannes Film Festival, the 33-year-old revealed she wasn’t afraid of taking the role on.

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