It can take a few attempts to find your perfect sex toy. This guide is designed to help you get that little bit closer, but it can sometimes take a little time to discover what we want from a sex toy. Powerful or gentle, broad or pin-point, we all have our own tastes. Next comes the fun part; discovering what kind of stimulation you enjoy most and finding a sex toy (or three) that delivers. You could start by browsing through the extensive range of vibrators at forthecloset.co.uk; a sex toy store that offers discreet delivery (which is free if you spend over £30) and a 10% discount for members.

"This the perfect first vibrator. About 70 percent of women need clitoral stimulation to reach orgasm, so it's great to start off with a vibe that focuses on just that. The Minna Limon also includes a brilliant squeezable interface—the harder you squeeze, the stronger the vibrations get. On top of that, for a small toy, it harbors an unprecedented degree of strength. Since every body is different, it features customizable memory to allow a completely personalized experience." —P.R.
Want to show off your curves in some sexy lingerie? Look no further. From dreamy romance, sultry seductress to sweet and sensual, we have a variety of must-haves like corsets, chemises, babydolls and bodystockings. These aren't just frivolous frilly items, either; they help set just the right passionate mood. Who can resist black lace or a racy red robe? When you put on an item like a teddy, you're probably not wearing it to the grocery store; changing into sensual attire is a great way to start a sensual night at home. Another option is a fantasy dress-up costume. You can take on a hot role for the night and tap into a new persona. After all, good sex isn't just about orgasms (though we love those, too!). It's about feeling comfortable in your skin and living out your desires. Sex Toyshop
Female sex toys, by now (or since Charlotte got off with a Rabbit on Sex and the City) are an accepted and even expected part of a straight woman’s boudoir. Likewise, the LGBT community seems to have little problem using and talking about sex toys. The last frontier, of course, is the straight man. I may be generalizing here, but it seems like most straight men are reluctant to use sex toys—especially when it comes to having them being used on themselves. (Perhaps centuries of not being sexually oppressed has actually been more oppressive than we thought.) 
Everyone has personal preferences when it comes to how they get off. There's no single perfect vibrator that every user will love. So while your BFF might like a small vibrator, you might want something bigger. You might want a rabbit vibe, which stimulates both the clitoris and your internal walls. Love getting wet in both senses of the word? consider trying a waterproof vibrator for some slippery action.
"Oh, trust us—you need this one in your bag of tricks. This beautifully made, adjustable vibe can serve either as a straightforward vibe or, with the touch of a button, curve to hug every woman's unique shape to best stimulate the g-spot and clitoris. Use it in a rocking motion and take advantage of its unique range of crescendoing vibration patterns to build slowly to an orgasm."—P.R.

How to use it together: Wearing the We-Vibe during sex is a plus for both partners. The snug fit gives attention to your G-spot and clit and the 10 various vibes also feel amazing for him, as his penis slips under the toy during sex. Paired with the app, the We-Vibe is especially great for long-distance duos because your partner doesn’t have to be in the same place—or even the same time zone—to tease and play with you, says Leah Millheiser, M.D., ob-gyn, director of the female sexual medicine program at Stanford. You can also chat and call in the app, all while your pleasure is gradually peaking. You'll take sexting to a whole new level.
If you shop online, you have a huge selection, and you don’t have to worry about anyone peering over your shoulder. Go to websites that are really great at providing educational/expert information with their toys, like Babeland, Good Vibrations and the Sinclair Institute. Some sites even give you the option to chat with a live representative who can answer your questions. Sex Toyes
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