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Sex toys are for perverts, weirdoes, sluts or freaks.

All kinds of people use sex toys, including people most would consider perfectly normal. Perverts, weirdos, sluts and freaks use sex toys, but so do doctors, lawyers, housewives, teachers, accountants, bus
drivers, secretaries and just about anyone else you can think of. Using
a sex toy doesn't make you "weird." It just makes you have an orgasm! If your partner has this fear, suggest that he or she talk to his or her friends about it, or do some Intemet research on the subject. Your lover might be surprised by how common sex toy usage is.

Sex toys are just for masturbation.

While sex toys are commonly used for solo sex, many couples enjoy using sex toys together, regardless of their gender or sexual orientation. It doesn't mean there's anything wrong with your relationship. Usually the kinds of people who are comfortable trying new things together are open-minded, intimate, comfortable and trusting. Using a sex toy together is a good way to reaffirm the strength of your relationship. If your lover has this concern, try giving him or her a book
on using sex toys to add excitement to your partnership. There's lots of them!

Your partner will feel inadequate if you start using a sex toy.

Many people express concern that bringing a sex toy into their relationship will hurt their partner's feelings. It's understandable: a huge, vibrating penis that brings you to climax every time? Who wouldn't be jealous? Seriously, a sex toy can give you an orgasm, but it can't cuddle with you afterwards. Sex toys will never replace live humans. If your lover has this fear, be sensitive and stroke his or her ego a little bit. As with most relationship issues, good communication can go a long way to solving the problem.

Using sex toys can be physically dangerous.

Absolutely untrue! In fact, sex toys can have very positive effects on your sexual health. For example, menopausal women can use dildos to
maintain vaginal tone, heading off incontinence and other sexual health
issues. Many doctors and therapists recommend sex toys to women who have trouble reaching orgasm. And finally, a healthy relationship with your body is beneficial to your overall health. Using sex toys heightenes your awareness of your body and its functions, making you more alert to abnormalities such as bumps, lumps or abrasions. If your partner is worried about physical dangers, sit down and surf the Internet together. Any sexual or general health site can alay his or her fears.

If you use sex toys too much, you won't have an orgasm with your partner.

I hear that one all the time. Yes, the earthshaking orgasms produced
by a vibrator can be psychologically addictive, but they don't take the
place of a real person. Think about it: most people have been using their hands to masturbate since they were young, yet they usually prefer partner sex to solo sex, don't they? If your partner is afraid you'll replace him or her with your battery-powered pal, promise him or her that you'll keep your sex life varied: try different positions, new toys, role playing and fantasy, both in partner sex and solo sex. Boredom and repetition often cause sexual death.

If your relationship is solid, there's no reason why you should need a sex toy.

As already suggested, using a sex toy with your lover can actually strengthen your relationship. You need to have a certain amount of closeness to share this intimate new experience together. Using a sex toy can be a good affirmation of that closeness. If your lover doesn't think you need a sex toy to brighten up your sex life, assure him or her that you don't need a sex toy either, you'd just like to try one. Again, your local bookstore has many books on sexual intimacy. Your lover might be persuaded.

Buying sex toys can be really embarrassing.

I agree, which is one of the reasons why the internet is such a great placeand anonymous place to buy them! Seriously, if you aren't comfortable going to a sex shop and picking out a dildo, you have lots of other options. You and your partner can order from a catalog or a website.

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