Long before I bought my very first vibrator , a girl in my neighborhood introduced me to the water jets in my pool. So whenever my parents weren't looking or I had the opportunity to toss something out of the pool, something that I'd have to dangle my body out of the pool to retrieve, I went to the jet. While I never had an orgasm — not that that was even on my radar at that age — there was no denying that it felt amazing, and the fact that I probably wasn't supposed to be doing it , at least not in front of anyone else, added to the appeal. But people using household items to get off is nothing new. According to a survey of people, ages 18 to 71, by Superdrug Online Doctor , 70 percent of women have used a household item for sexual pleasure. Whether it was during masturbation or with a partner, the survey didn't say, but it's safe to assume that, in the heat of the moment, it doesn't matter if you're solo or with someone else, because my, oh my, does that candle look like fun!
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The sex toy industry is a billion-dollar market with countless makes, models and modes designed to maximize pleasure and boost your sex life. All you need to do is look around the house and, of course, think carefully and thoughtfully about what is safe to put inside you or around you. Otherwise, it could cause irritation or abrasions not at all sexy , folks! And, for good measure, get in the habit of cleansing anything you use sexually post-game too you should be cleaning sex toys and keep in mind that we have to say goodbye to every good vibe eventually. Safety first, please!
Lockdown sex with household items doesn’t have to be dangerous, doctors say
If the term "homemade sex toy" makes you immediately imagine a trip to the ER, you may be surprised to hear they're not necessarily as questionable as you'd expect DIY toys can be a great option—especially for women who are hesitant to use or pay for anything mechanical, man-made, or explicitly created for sex play, says Sara Nasserzadeh , PhD, a sexuality and relationship consultant in Palo Alto, California. But you don't want to just grab any old household object, and it can be difficult to know where to begin.
But rather than dip into yours savings, how about repurposing certain items that are already laying around your home? You may not realize it at first glance, but rooms of your home—including kitchen, bathroom, and bedroom—are already full of items that can double as household sex toys for pleasuring yourself and your partners. Injury from sharp items is another potential risk. So to use and enjoy household toys as safely as possible, Dr.