Many people find the thought of buying a sexy item (gasp!) in person terrifying. The truth is that shopping for sex toys online is much easier than going into a regular store. Online shopping is much more convenient and safer than buying online.

Here are some helpful tips to help you go on a sexy shopping spree if your shyness is a problem.

Sensationalizing the process can help you narrow it down.

The researcher recommends thinking about “what kind of sensations you like and how to use them.” Thickness or thin? Curved for G-spot or smooth, straight?” Decide where you want it to go and how you want it feel.

We give exactly the same advice to her customers. We recommends “think penetrative” if your goal is penetration. She says that it is “a lot simpler than looking at a whole wall” of stuff. The majority of stores are organized in this manner, so if you know what you want, you won’t get the “stink eye” from the goliath dildo. Instead, look for a section that doesn’t make you feel as red.

Play pre-game on the internet

Online reviews of sex toys are available for those who would prefer to just get in the water. Perhaps you should Google “dildo.” There are a few ways you can research products if your shopper nature is to search for them online.


Please DO NOT touch

Not sure if you see something interesting? Take it with you and give it some time! Only on your hands, my friend! It’s much easier to buy in-store than online. Many shops have toys that can be used to make you smile. Feel free to grope. Take your hand.

Think about the material

If you’re a little neurotic (like myself), or a half-Jewish (like the other half of me), then you’ll want to find out what these things are made from before you put them in and around your body. There are six primary materials from which sex toys can be made: glass; wood; metal; jelly (rubber & PVC); and silicone. Each material has its advantages, depending upon your preferences.

They explained that glass and wood are used for making dildos. Both these, as well as steel, make them excellent for G-spot [prostate] stimulation. Also, the toys look really nice.

Keep in mind that different materials are maintained differently. If you want to avoid a Broad City moment with your material, ask for cleaning and care instructions.

No one will judge that you are into butt stuff.

The sex shops offer safe environments. I felt less judged by buying a vibrator then I felt in therapy. It doesn’t really matter what it is that you’re searching for, it’s ok to talk to them.

This is firm in her belief that everyone deserves knowledgeable, helpful, friendly, and nonjudgmental customer services when shopping for sex toys. They are not the only stores that have earned this reputation.

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