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  • Originally posted by oxy-moron View Post
    I think WC is probably correct- she may well have one and possible using more that you think.
    Ask her to involve you more in her sessions. As a spectator/ cheerleader. Good luck
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    I dont know if I am just kidding myself but I dont think my wife has any toys, often wondered where she would stash it if she did ;-), I still like the idea of her having a bit of fun, thought to myself if I was her I would probably buy a Rabbit vibrator and go for it whenever I had the chance!

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    • Well.... A Rabbit definitely wouldn't be on my list of things to buy, those have got to be the most overrated toys out there. Mine got chucked in the trash after one use, lol.

      I don't know... Maybe talk to her about it, I guess, if you really want her to have a toy, but definitely get her opinion.

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      • Personally?

        It is funny how they call them toys...Toys do provide fun, but penetration is not fun, it's a release, it's a good feeling, magical, more like a "ride" at the showground...

        The feeling of someone you love, deep inside of you, penetrating you, making you orgasm, how the heck can you go past that and use plastic fantastic?

        I understand, daytime, your working, she's horney but, your setting yourself up where you'll get next to nothing, if she can do it all on her own and enjoy it on her own, fantasize on her own and be satisfied.

        In my opinion, I'd be looking at ways to add in adventure, suprises, with you involved, almost like a different man, yet "her man" and work on that, so she only "needs" and "wants" you. And, can't wait until you get home, or wake her up in the morning.

        CW
        PUT A LITTLE 'LIKE' IN MY SOUL!

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        • Our love life was fine. But I wanted her to be more interested and wanted sex to be more frequent. Once every two weeks or so was less than what I wanted. So, I got her a dual vibe. This thing was great. And guys, she WILL love it. And yes, it will do things to her that we can’t do. I can accept that. But, she never goes without an orgasm (or 3). And it’s like having a dirty little threesome. Me, her and the vibe. It actually has a name just for dirty talk occasions. But, she still loves me. It’s just a toy, a tool. It can’t show her real love. I’ve treated this thing as my partner. We focus on her pleasures. And by doing that, she’s more than happy to make sure I’m satisfied also. If anything, she’s more sensitive down there after going at it with the vibrator and it makes what we do even more fun for us both. I bought it, I control it. If she wants it, I give it to her. And she loves me for it. And it’s an every weekend thing now too. So don’t feel put off by one. Get in there and take advantage of it with her. Let her know you’re happy she’s getting what she needs. And that it turns you on seeing her do it. And join in the fun. Life’s too short to be petty or jealous. Live and love each other as much as you can. Be happy and confident and you’ll be her hero.

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          • Originally posted by LanaBear View Post
            Well.... A Rabbit definitely wouldn't be on my list of things to buy, those have got to be the most overrated toys out there. Mine got chucked in the trash after one use, lol.

            I don't know... Maybe talk to her about it, I guess, if you really want her to have a toy, but definitely get her opinion.
            Definitely talk about it. Even shop online together. Being able to discuss things like this can open up a relationship. But, may I suggest a dual vibe. One that hits the G-Spot and clit at the same time. Plus One has one that’s fantastic. Not like those other flimsy rabbits. Top notch and reasonably priced. It’s our go to.

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            • I'm a fan of the concept of doing this kind of new endeavor with her instead of trying to surprise her with it. It's also an opportunity to discover her needs, wants, and desires in a way that you might have not discussed it in the past. Shopping for sex toys with a partner is a lot fun, whether online or in-person. Even the act of shopping for said products is a turn on. This is one of the most fun trial and error processes a couple can go through and you'll end up learning new things about each other that otherwise wouldn't be brought up. Don't expect to find the perfect toy right out of the gate, however. It does help to have a candid and honest convo about wants, needs, turn ons, etc. and try to find a match based on that info and if it isn't a hit with the first one you purchase, that's okay. There is a toy for everyone out there, which is great.

              The fact that you put that amount of thought into wanting to bring her pleasure and level up your sex life won't go unnoticed and could bring you a lot closer as a result. Don't look to it as a solution that will fix everything but more so as an asset to spice up things up and bring you to a more intimate understanding of one another.

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              • Sex toys are simply additional tools. It's only an issue if sex is more enjoyable with a toy than with you and if that's allowed to happen then it's because of lack of communication. Sex should be about pleasuring each other and unless you have a vibrating tongue you can use at the same time as your penis then you should embrace the assistance available

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                • Hello ! Yes, if you feel the need, try it and if it doesn't work, don't insist. But for me it's like watching a porn film or wearing naughty lingerie, it should only be used once in a while.

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                  • My new bf has bought us several toys

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                    • good luck

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