The Beginner's Guide To Male Sex Toys

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Despite the reported ‘orgasm gap’ between men and women, while sex toys for vagina owners are now so commonplace in our western culture they feature in magazines and TV shows regularly, sex toys for men are not discussed so often.

However, a new study has shown that 41 per cent of UK men have securely embraced male-orientated sex toys, and it has been suggested that men may be turning to technology to help fill the void caused by the lockdowns of the past 18 months, reports the Daily Star.

But the stigma around male sex toys remains, which we all need to call time on. After all, there’s very little downside to investing in something that will help you enjoy your private time a little more.

To help with the first stages of your quest for some mind-blowing private time, we have a brief low down on everything you need to know.

Masturbation sleeves

Likely to be better known by the brand name Fleshlight, masturbation sleeves are essentially the male equivalent of a dildo. A silicone sleeve designed to mimic the sensation of sex as much as possible, and in a wide array of designs that look like vaginas, anuses, and mouths.

Cock rings

Cock rings are designed to enhance both solo and mutual pleasure. The silicone ring promotes blood flow to the penis, meaning you get bigger and more powerful erections, and an enhanced overall experience. Some cock rings have a built-in vibrator too!

Prostate simulators

For those who dare to venture into such territory, a prostate orgasm has been the holy grail of male sexual experiences for some time, which has led to an ever-increasing number of toys made for those who want to experiment in reaching the men’s equivalent of a G-spot.

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