Sharing Isn’t Caring: 7 Lessons From Using Vibrators

Sharing Isn’t Caring: 7 Lessons From Using Vibrators

rtertertertThe sex toy taboo is in the past. Seven girls confess what they learned from using them. We all knew that sex sells. What sells even more are sex toys! Who hasn’t a stash of dildos somewhere around their house, simply barely at hand, and ready at any time for a little fun?

Once something you could only buy in a shady sex shop somewhere on the ‘wrong’ side of city, sex toys are now quite popular. So popular, actually, that both Durex and Trojan have products that you can choose at your closest drug store. Persons use toys more than ever, and not being ashamed of doing so. With most individuals having sex toys, here are some of the things these owners have learned. Take it into consideration, you fellows.

Never forget to remove the batteries before traveling

Jackie, 30, says she was going to Europe for several months and surely she was taking her sex toy with her. She had traveled with it in the past, but that time in her rush to catch her flight, she tossed it in her carry-on and didn’t remove the batteries. Jackie remembers she didn’t know exactly what set it off, but it began to vibrate while she was in line to go through security. Not only did it freak out her, but it made her really effing happy she was in that long line so it happened there, instead of when it went through the airport detectors. Embarrassing!

Expensive toy doesn’t mean better one

Lauren, 31, says she bought a really expensive vibrator from a sex toy party she was covering for work. Having only used sex toys $30 and below that price in the past, she expected it was going to blow her mind, but no. It was the worst! To this day Lauren says her favorite sex toy is a free one she got from Babeland when she showed them her ‘I Voted!’ sticker in the 2008 presidential election.

Always keep new batteries on tap and ready to be used

Tara, 36, exclaims ‘Batteries! Always be sure you have lots of all necessary sizes, as it’s difficult to explain to the children in the morning why there are no batteries in the TV or Xbox remote.’ And after they have been used in the evening, it isn’t a sound parenting move to give them back.

Always take the chance to experiment

Amelia, 33, says that doesn’t feel so bad in her ass after all.

Remember not everybody knows the nightstand drawer is the ‘sex drawer’

Sabrina, 27, confesses she finds that other people freak out much more about the ‘sex drawer’ than she does. Her younger brother is staying in her apartment right now and her friend was like, ‘Did you say to him not to open the nightstand drawer?’ She said no, while hopefully he has enough sense not to do that. And she said, ‘Well perhaps he doesn’t!’ Sabrina said, ‘Well if he does, then he will discover I’m a 27-year-old girl.’ She says she doesn’t get the big hush-hush surrounding the whole sex toys thing. ‘We are all adult people, okay? So basically, I guess being open about sex paraphernalia has taught me that grownups are still really weird about sex.’

Learn how to thoroughly clean them

Colleen, 30, says hard plastic is easier to clean and disinfect than any other sex toy material. Don’t put them in the dishwasher. These are all lessons Colleen learned when she was a bored housewife/sex toy peddler.

Sharing isn’t caring

Holly, 29, remembers in college, her friend was staying in their house. She let her sleep in her bed while she wasn’t feeling well and she took the couch. She’d forgotten one of her favorite vibrators was under the pillow…and yes, she used it, and no, she didn’t think anything was wrong about that. Probably that’s why their friendship didn’t survive past senior year.


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  1. Cutie
    Cutie 17 September, 2014, 12:57

    dildo instead of cock. good choice!

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