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ULTIMATE GUIDE TO SEX TOYS

Think sex toys were born out of the women’s lib movement? Think again. Archaeologists have uncovered some suspected early models that date back to the Paleolithic era. And while their makers didn’t leave behind a user’s guide, we have a few guesses of what some of those phallic fossils were for.

Yet the long history of sex toys doesn’t make walking into an adult store for the first time any less intimidating. Fortunately there’s a wealth of options available online, including plenty of women’s toys (and couples) tucked away on Goods. We’re here to shed light on a few of our most popular products and how to use them, whether you’re exploring alone or experimenting with a partner.

A healthy sex life starts with understanding your own body. Masturbation gives you the freedom and privacy to explore different techniques and sensations—plus, it sure beats playing solitaire when you have some free time. Once you know what works for you, it also makes sharing your preferences with a partner easier, increasing everyone’s enjoyment in the bedroom.

Whether you’re alone or with a partner, few things enhance the pleasure better than women’s vibrators. First of all, they come in all shapes and sizes. The best vibrators for women also have plenty of special features that appeal to just about everyone. More likely than not, there’s a design out there that’s made with you in mind.

What Makes a Good Vibrator?

When buying a vibrator, there’s no reason to go in blind, even if it’s your first one. Here’s what to know to narrow down your search:

Material

Look for something nonporous, something said to be body-safe, and something that’s easy to clean if you’ll be using it regularly. Silicone scores on all fronts, though it can’t be used with silicone lubricants. If you prefer silicone lubricants, shop for a vibrator made from glass, stainless steel, or nontoxic hard plastic.

Pro Tip: If you’re shopping on a budget, toys made of porous substances, such as thermoplastic rubber (TPR), PVC, latex, or jelly rubber, are generally cheaper. Slip a con dom over a porous toy for extra safety.

Customizable Settings

Look for multiple speeds/vibrations/pulsations to help build momentum and fine-tune your experience.

Pro Tip: Variety makes it easier to confidently take a chance on a new toy, and it might keep you from getting bored with it over time.

Discretion

Look for a personal vibrator that has a whisper-quiet or silent motor, especially if you live with roommates or have thin walls.

Pro Tip: Few vibrators are completely silent, so try turning it on and then leaving the room before using it if you want to be sure the noise doesn’t travel.

Water Resistance

Look for a waterproof model if you like the idea of using a vibrator in the shower or bath.

Pro Tip: Make sure the product details say it’s “submersible.” Submersible vibrators have a special seal to ensure the battery stays dry, and they can generally be used up to a depth of about 3 feet.

Types of Vibrators

Women’s toys are designed to appeal to all different tastes and preferences. From small personal vibrators to thrusting, pulsating gizmos, there’s almost certainly something that matches your needs:

When you need something highly discreet

Though small in size, vibrating eggs and bullet vibrators pack plenty of power. These women’s toys are great for first-time buyers and those who want a little something to pack along on a trip or even slip inside their purse. Their proportions also make them easy to control.

How to Use

They’re designed to stimulate the clitoris, though some egg vibrators are also insertable. Look for one that hits your own pleasure centers.

Bonus Features

A bullet vibe with a remote gives you the power to control it from the palm of your hand—or you can hand it over to a partner.

When you want a powerful multitasker

If you ever watched the TV show Sex and the City, you’ve probably heard of this vibrator (and remember when the women had to stage an intervention to take it away from Charlotte and get her out of bed.) The rabbit vibrator gets its name from the two “ears” that protrude from the shaft. These ears tickle the clitoris while the shaft penetrates the vagina to hit the G-spot. Some even have an anal attachment. Because it stimulates multiple points at once, many consider it to be one of the best vibrators for women.

The rabbit may have the most name recognition, but it’s not the only animal-inspired vibrator. Others include dolphin vibrators, which have a pointed tip for more targeted clitoral stimulation, and butterflies, which actually strap onto the body for hands-free fun.

How to Use

Most models have different modes of speed, vibration, and pulsation, so you can start off slow and then build up to climax. You don’t even need to insert it till you’re ready—try starting off with the tickling ears over the clitoris, then inserting it when you’re near orgasm.

Bonus Features

For greater sensation and a more lifelike feel, look for a vibrator that thrusts and rotates. Some are even self-heating for an added sensory dimension.

When you want to push your button

As its name implies, a G-spot vibrator’s curved head is designed to reach the area of the vagina that’s especially dense with nerve endings.

How to Use

After you’re warmed up, slowly slip it inside your vagina and feel around. A couple centimeters in, you should feel a sudden jolt of stimulation.

Bonus Features

Some models have bumps and ridges for extra pleasure.

When you want to use it with a partner

Couples’ vibrators stimulate your clitoris and G-spot at once, while simultaneously boosting pleasure for a male partner during penetrative sex.

How to Use

It’s meant to be inserted along with the penis during sex. If you’re having trouble making both fit, use a lubricant—just make sure it won’t damage the toy

Bonus Features

Look for a wireless remote, multiple vibration modes, or a rotatable outer arm to boost pleasure multiple ways.

If you’re interested in penetration, dildos, dongs, and strapons are ideal beginner toys. Their phallic shape comes in an array of sizes, and unlike vibrators, they don’t have a motor, so you or your partner can fully control their movement. Don’t forget the lubricant.

How to Use

These women’s toys are all about comfort and pleasure. Experiment with different sizes and shapes, smooth versus lifelike. Definitely try out different materials, too; where some prefer silky silicone, others prefer hard glass or steel, which put firmer pressure on the G-spot.

Bonus Features

A double-ended dildo can be used by two people at once. Alternatively, get one with a suction cup on the end if you don’t want any assistance.

More popular now than they’ve ever been (thanks in part to 50 Shades of Grey), kegel balls—also known as ben wa balls—have benefits beyond the bedroom. While for some women they provide immediate pleasure, they also strengthen the pelvic-floor muscles, which may help with urinary incontinence, aid recovery after childbirth, and help you achieve stronger orgasms over time.

How to Use

The most popular design is a set of weighted balls that slip inside the vagina. They require a bit of flexing to keep in place, a motion that can massage the G-spot. An attached cord typically allows for added stimulation and easy retrieval. (Note: kegel exercisers shouldn’t be used anally.)

Bonus Features

Duotone balls are larger and heavier than kegel balls and they have smaller balls inside them, resulting in pleasurable vibrations. Look for sets that include different sizes and weights to suit your comfort level. And if you want a soft, smooth feeling, look for silicone balls (sometimes marketed as “real skin balls”).

Sex toys have been used for physical pleasure throughout the ages—in fact, archaeologists have uncovered some suspected early models that date to the Paleolithic era. And though their makers didn’t leave a record of just what they got up to with them, we have a few guesses.

Yet even with their commonplace use, it can be intimidating to walk into an adult shop for the first time. Fortunately, there’s a wealth of options available online, including plenty of toys for men (and couples) tucked away on Goods. We’re here to shed light on a few of our most popular products and how to use them, whether you’re exploring alone or experimenting with a partner.

Masturbation isn’t just fun; when it’s approached with a healthy curiosity, it’s an especially great way to get in tune with your body and figure out the motions and techniques that excite you most. From there, it’s also easier to communicate to a partner what really works for you.

A stroker is a tunnel-shaped, skin-textured toy that slides over your erection to simulate the sensations of sex. Since it is most often used for solo play.

For help achieving an erection or temporarily increasing the size of your penis, consider using a penis pump. Some have a pistol-style handle for speed, while others have a pneumatic bulb handle for greater precision. Regardless, safety and comfort are key: look for a quick-release valve, a soft ring on the opening of the cylinder, and an easy-to-read pressure gauge.

How to Use

Insert your penis in the tube, then start pumping. The vacuum suction pulls more blood into vessels for a harder, possibly larger-than-normal erection.

Bonus Features

Some models double as men’s sex toys with added vibration, which makes them more pleasurable to use and is great for foreplay.

A prostate massager is a slender toy with a curved tip that targets the prostate gland, located a few inches inside the opening of the anus.

How to Use

The sole purpose of these toys is to stimulate the prostate gland, a.k.a., the P-spot, so choosing a large or wide massager or a small one is completely up to personal preference.

Bonus Features

That part’s easy—prostate massagers typically vibrate and pulsate for extra sensation.

Pro Tip: If you’re using an anal toy with a partner, it’s important to keep communicating with them. Make sure they’re always comfortable, that you’re using enough lube and taking things as slow as they would prefer.

A C-ring is a stretchy band that fits around the base of the penis, constricting blood flow for a harder, more consistent erection and heightened sensitivity. C-rings are available in a wide range of materials—from soft silicone, rubber, and leather to hard wood and metal—and models, including glans rings and designs that encircle both testicles for enhanced results.

How to Use

If this is your first time, it’s best to start out with an adjustable single-strap C-ring made of a soft material, so that it can be removed easily. If you’re an experienced user and feeling adventurous, try a solid single C-ring—but keep a set of blunt-tipped scissors close at hand.

Bonus Features

Because they come in so many forms and textures, C-rings can add to any sexual pairing. If you’re with a female partner, a vibrating C-ring can be used to stimulate the clitoris. If you’re with a male partner, C-rings integrate easily with anal toys. Opt for waterproof materials for fun in the shower.

A penis extender is just what it sounds like: a sleeve that fits over the penis to add length and girth. It is typically made from soft, flexible material with a bit of stretch.

How to Use

Find one that fits snugly over the penis, and make sure it’s comfortable for both you and your partner during sex.

Bonus Features

Some extenders have textured nubs or ridges on the shaft. Some have a removable vibrating bullet or a curved tip for G-spot stimulation. And an extender with an open tip heightens sensation for the wearer.

Anal play has a reputation as an adventurous technique, but today’s toys make it safe and easy to explore an area that’s rich in nerve endings for both men and women. It’s also a gateway to a major pleasure zone for men—the prostate gland. We’ve compiled a list of a few anal toys that make exploration more fun for solo or couples play. Just don’t forget the lube.

Materials

Two words: nonporous and nontoxic. These types of toys avoid trapping bacteria, viruses, or fungi and ensures your body doesn’t absorb potentially harmful chemicals.

Design


Anal toys should have a smooth, ergonomic design that’s easy to insert and control. They also should have a flared base or a loop at the end for easy removal.

Instructions

Always use lube. Never use silicone-based lube with silicone toys. Clean anal toys after every use.

Though they sometimes resemble a piece of jewelry, anal beads are strictly for the bedroom, and they’re a great “intro toy” for beginners. They’re usually made of smooth rubber or silicone, which are gentle and help prevent irritation.

How to Use

If you’re totally new to anal play, find a string that starts very small—maybe no bigger than the tip of your pinky. This will help get you comfortable before you move on to the larger beads at the other end.

Bonus Features

Insert the string bead by bead to increase sensation gradually. Once you’re comfortable using them, try removing the string right at the point of orgasm to intensify the sensation.

Anal plugs come in a variety of sizes and can be made out of soft jelly rubber or silicone, or hard plastic, glass, or aluminum.

How to Use

Keep a plug in during vaginal sex for a more powerful orgasm. You can also wear them long-term (say over the course of an evening out with your partner) to heighten arousal before intercourse. If you do want to wear it for an extended period of time, make sure you’re still using lubricant and that you pay attention to your body’s signals if it starts to feel uncomfortable.

Bonus Features

To enhance sensation, look for a vibrating plug.

Pro Tip: Always use an anal toy with a flared base for easy removal, and never use something that’s not expressly designed for anal play.

Anal vibrators stimulate nerves in the anus, intensifying sensation. They’re shorter and thinner than regular vibrators, generally measuring 4”–6” long and 0.75”–1.25” wide.

How to Use

Try using it during masturbation or foreplay. Like other anal toys, it will relax the surrounding muscles, getting them ready for penetration.

Bonus Features

Anal vibrators take many shapes, including probes and wands, so explore until you find one that’s most comfortable and stimulating for you.

A prostate massager is a slender toy with a curved tip that targets the prostate gland, located a few inches inside the opening of the anus.

How to Use

The sole purpose of these toys is to stimulate the prostate gland, a.k.a., the P-spot, so choosing a large or wide massager or a small one is completely up to personal preference.

Bonus Features

That part’s easy—prostate massagers typically vibrate and pulsate for extra sensation.

Pro Tip: If you’re using an anal toy with a partner, it’s important to keep communicating with them. Make sure they’re always comfortable, that you’re using enough lube and taking things as slow as they would prefer.

With proper care and maintenance, your favorite sex toys can last for years. The best way to keep your toys looking and performing like new is to keep them clean regularly – ideally before and after each use.

Basic Sex Toy Cleaning Rules

There are two basic ways to clean sex toys. The traditional method involves washing your toy in warm, soapy water, rinsing it off, and then drying it with a clean towel. This method is quick, easy and budget-friendly. But its effectiveness depends completely on your scrubbing ability, which might be hampered by your toy’s shape and material.

The easiest method involves spraying your sex toy with a specialized toy cleaner, rinsing or wiping it off (depending on the directions) and then drying your toy with a clean towel. While you do have to pay extra for the toy cleaners, many of them contain antibacterial agents, deodorizers and other beneficial features to help keep your favorite sex toys in tip-top shape.

Recommended Cleaning Methods for Common Materials

The type of material your sex toy is made from determines the optimal cleaning method. For instance, toys made from soft and flexible materials like TPE or TPR need a mild facial soap. On the other hand, you can use standard dish detergent to clean sex toys made from firm materials like plastic. Non-porous toys collect lint and hair even if they’re just lying around in your nightstand, so you need to use lint-free cloths or towels and keep them in a special storage bag. Carefully check your sex toys’ instructions for any additional cleaning instructions and requirements. The chart below lists the common sex toy materials and how to clean them.

Plastic – Wash with soap & water or spray with a toy cleaner.
Dry with a towel.

Latex, PVC & Rubber – Wash with mild soap & water or spray with a toy cleaner.
Dry with a lint-free towel.

Jelly – Wash with mild soap & water or spray with a toy cleaner.
Dry with a lint-free towel.

TPE and TPR – Wash with mild soap & water or spray with a toy cleaner.
Dry with a lint-free towel.

Realistic – Wash with mild soap & water or spray with a toy cleaner.
Dry with a lint-free towel.

Silicone – Wash with soap & water or spray with a toy cleaner.
Non-vibrating toys can be dipped in boiling water or run through the dishwasher.
Dry with a towel.

Glass – Wash with soap & water or spray with a toy cleaner.
Non-vibrating toys can be dipped in boiling water or run through the dishwasher.
Dry with a towel.

Metal – Wash with soap & water or spray with a toy cleaner.
Non-vibrating toys can be dipped in boiling water or run through the dishwasher.
Dry with a towel.