Do women like sex toys? When would a sex toy
be a good alternative to actual SEX? Are
most women embarrassed to admit we have
them? Are we more likely to want to use sex
toys in private... or do women really like to
share the fun with our boyfriend, husband or
lover of any kind? Any of these questions
sound familiar? In this article we are going to
take a quick and easy look at the popularity
of "props" for sex, including the ones that
are most popular for women from one side of
the globe to the other. Curious to know
more? Continue reading as we take a closer
Filed Under: Banishing Embarrassment
First, understand this to be true... because it is.
There is nothing "weird" or unusual about
women who use sexual aids to achieve orgasm.
As a matter of fact, there is nothing wrong
with YOU either, if your girlfriend or lover
wants to introduce toys into your sex life.
The truth is, there are any number of
reasons why a woman can't climax from
sexual intercourse, but CAN by using a device
that is made for women... BY women, for the
explicit purpose of facilitating easy orgasms.
As a matter of fact... women are just as likely
to want to enjoy self stimulation and men are.
And when you look at the very simple basic
biological differences between women and
men, you can almost look at a sex toy as the
erotic equivalent of a "hand" for a man.
Filed Under: If she can't climax from sex...
A sex toy, like a vibrator, can be an easy erotic
enhancement that will quickly allow her to climax.
As a matter of fact, most studies show that 95%
+ of women are able to quickly achieve orgasm
from self stimulation, usually using a "toy",
whereas less than one third of the same group of
women can have similar success during sex. Just
about every private sexual survey shows that the
vast majority of women are NOT enjoying orgasm
often during our sex lives, but ARE in fact having
easy orgasms on our own. This is due to the
disconnect that many women have with their male
partners... as well as the fact that most men lack
the stamina, skill and occasionally the desire to
bring his partner to orgasm, especially after he's
Filed Under: The biological basis for using
Without getting too detailed, the truth is, many
women are in relationships with men who simply
aren't able to satisfy them do to biological
differences, that make climaxing during
conventional intercourse impossible. Every
woman's body is unique... and if our partners is
not compatible, and unable to stimulate her
most sensitive sexual nerve endings because
he's not big enough, or endowed enough to
"reach", she simply won't be able to climax
from intercourse no matter how hard he may
try. In this case, for obvious reasons... a sex
toy can be a HUGE help (no pun intended!) as it
can penetrate more deeply, and stimulate areas
of her anatomy that intercourse with her man