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Everyone Needs A Sex Toy

Yes, EVERYONE needs at least one sex toy. Male, female, single, monogamous, or other, you too can benefit from using sex toys. There has always been a lot of stigma around the topic of sex (at least in our Western culture) and although in recent decades we have become a lot more open to the discussion of sex, thanks to the popularity of TV shows and movies like Sex and the City and 50 Shades of Grey, buying sex toys for your pleasure is still sort of taboo, especially for men. It's why we host private Romance Parties and make our purchases discreetly online instead of heading to the Adult Toy aisle (next to Guns and Ammo 😒) at your local big box retailer, although buying a vibrator in today's society should be just that accessible as well. 🤷‍♂️ Let me explain why...

Sex toys can be very instrumental to your sexual health, especially for men! 1 out of every 6 men in the US is diagnosed with prostate cancer. Studies show that regular prostate massages (at least once a month or once a week if swollen) can reduce the risk of prostate cancer, improve urinary function, and can help in treating erectile dysfunction. For women, sex toys assist in orgasm that can help ease menstrual cramps and body aches. Speaking of orgasm, did you know that approximately 75% of women can't reach orgasm with just intercourse alone? Sex toys are practically necessary!

Even if single, especially when single, sex toys can help you maintain your sexual health. Sex is like a muscle, if you don't use it, you lose it. Literally, a woman's vaginal walls can begin to weaken and not having sex can have a significant effect on your libido and mood. Both men and women benefit from having regular sex but that can be hard to do if you are single or celibate. Sex toys can give you the opportunity to exercise your libido regularly without the need for another partner.

Sex toys do not have to be limited to self pleasure and can be a very exciting part of any relationship. Sex toys are also a great way to get to know yourself and exactly what you do and do not enjoy making it so much more easy to communicate your sexual needs and desires to your partner. For tips on how to get your partner on board with sex toys read our previous blog, "Introducing Sex Toys Into Your Sex Life".

Although there is a stigma in our culture around masturbation for both men and women, with more open discussion with our partners and friends about the benefits of having a healthy sex life, we can begin to normalize the necessity of sex toy purchases.

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