I worked at a sex shop for seven years — one of those friendly, brightly lit storefronts that hired young feminists and queers with college degrees and great haircuts. This philosophy encourages and celebrates the vastness of human sexual expression, without favoring any single activity, orientation, or kind of body as the best, the most valid, or the most sexy. I was hired as a year-old, a recent college grad with a still-uncool haircut, and getting to work for a company that held this as a core belief felt really exciting. My job was to make sales, to make the store as much money as possible. That never bothered me. I knew that in order to keep offering the kind of programming we did, or to donate to the causes we did, we had to keep cash flowing in. It was also fun, at least some of the time.
Here's what men REALLY think about bringing sex toys into the bedroom
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When did you get your first vibrator? Woman A: I got my first vibrator as a gag Secret Santa gift from a coworker friend at my high school job at a pizza place! Woman B: I was 21, in college. I was super drunk. And we all bought vibrators.
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Sex toys are a funny one. Because you just don't know how a man is likely to react. Will he take it the wrong way, like it's a suggestion he's not good enough? We decided to find out.
Once upon a time it was thought that the mere mention of a vibrator or dildo in the presence of your guy would send him into a panicked frenzy of jealousy or feelings of inadequacy, but things are different now. These days, if anything, men are excited to have a little help in the bedroom, and whipping out a sex toy or two or three does exactly that. The study conducted by the University of Guelph in Ontario surveyed 49 men in heterosexual relationships, all between the ages of 25 and 38, to see just how they feel about a sex toy being introduced to the sexy time equation with their partner. What it found was that not only are most men not intimidated at all, but they welcome the sex toys with open arms.