How To Introduce Sex Toys Into Your Relationship

How To Introduce Sex Toys Into Your Relationship


Whether or not many people admit it, the use of sex toys has become increasingly popular over the last few years, which has led to more couples thinking about introducing toys into the relationship, but how is this done? 


Fortunately, the team at Surrender BDSM, a leading supplier for sex toys, recognise the challenge that many individuals have, which is why they have created this guide on how to introduce sex toys into your relationship. 


Talk it over


It’s very unlikely that much communication regarding sex actually takes place before you and your partner actively engage, but this should be the opposite of sex toys. Especially if you are keen to introduce sex toys into a relationship, the best approach is to simply talk it over. Even though you may have been with your partner for a wealth of time, there are always things that you may not know, such as their stand on sex toys, which you can find out by talking to them.


There is almost no shame in talking about sex toys anymore, so you shouldn’t be scared to bring up the conversation. It’s worth noting that timing is also important. If you are halfway through making love and suddenly bring up the conversation followed by a physical toy to use, you may scare your partner at which they won’t want to use toys in the future. 


Be honest


Whilst having your conversation, it’s important to be as honest as you can. Talk about your desires, their desires, the risks and the advantages, it’s important that you are honest about every single component to ensure that sex toys are the right move for your relationship. Even if your partner declines or doesn’t agree with the use of toys, at least you have both been honest and know even more about each other.


Do your research


One primary reason why your partner may be sceptical is that they lack the knowledge of sex toys. Of course, by talking it over they would have gained an insight, but by allowing them to research deeper into the different toys available, how to use them and much more will allow them to become much more comfortable with introducing sex toys into the relationship. 


Why not research together? Although you might be keen to introduce sex toys, how much do you really know? By researching together, you can both find out new and vital information that is bound to help with accepting the use of toys, as well as giving influence regarding what toys you should purchase. 


Shop together


Shopping together is also an advised approach to introduce sex toys into your relationship. By now, you and your partner should have already spoken about toys, as well as carried out some research, so shopping together for the toys is one of the final steps before finally introducing them into your sex life. Not only will the shopping experience provides further insight into the products, but it’s more than likely that it will build anticipation if you have both agreed to use them. 


Start slowly


Finally, if you and your partner have agreed to use sex toys, it’s important to remember to use them slowly. Different sex toys have different purposes, though at the end of the day, they are all designed to enhance erogenous zones in different ways, some of which you may have not experienced before. As a result, it’s important to introduce any toys slowly and with precaution with your partner, otherwise, they may be put off from the idea in the future. 


Purchase from us


For those that are now keen on purchasing their very first sex toy, why not take a look at our very own website, SurrenderBDSM. Specialising in BDSM sex toys, our collection of products includes some of the most popular toys on the market, with a few worth noting including penis rings, anal plugs and handcuffs.


That being said, if you are looking for a complete package, our sex toy kit, called the Ruby Collection features up to 20 products that are bound to spice up your sex life for you and your partner.


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