What do you think sexs toy are healthy for a relationship?

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  1. mydreamsRtrue profile image52
    mydreamsRtrueposted 9 years ago

    What do you think sexs toy are healthy for a relationship?

    Can it have wrong or good habits?

  2. HappyHer profile image57
    HappyHerposted 9 years ago

    Using sex toys opens up the communication in a relationship and enhances intimacy.  Sometimes it's fun even if you've picked the wrong sex toy that neither of you like, then laugh about it later.  But when you pick a good one, sparks can fly like nothing else before. 

    Sex toys have their time and place though and shouldn't be used as a replacement to intimacy, but an enhancement of it.  Use the sex toys often, but have sex without them often too.  It's not true that you get addicted or don't like sex without them after using one, if anything you like sex without them even more and enjoy using them occasionally just as something fun and out of the same routine.

    At HappyHer.com we have many men and women who buy sex toys for themselves to use alone and as gifts to surprise their partners with.  No one has ever complained about the enjoyment they've gotten out of them and many of them have been so delighted that they've come back for more.

  3. ME-DANIELLE profile image52
    ME-DANIELLEposted 9 years ago

    I think sex toys are often healthy.  It also opens up a whole new world. If you think about it, what would be the alternative not enjoying sex?

    1. ismartpc profile image61
      ismartpcposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      I wonder what is the most popular one. What type? I am thinking of selling them online.

  4. Davinagirl3 profile image58
    Davinagirl3posted 9 years ago

    I think that if you and your partner are open to it, sex toys can be a fantastic augment to your sex life.  Some toys are just silly, but a good ol' fashioned dildo can add some spice and make the sex fun.  Toys, in and of themselves, are created for fun.  Sex should be a fun, exciting, experience, no matter how long you have been with your partner.  Believe it or not, sex can become monotonous.  I definately think that sex toys can brighten up the experience.  As far as being healthy for a relationship, I think that whatever makes you both happy can't be all bad, right?

    1. ismartpc profile image61
      ismartpcposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      What would be in your opinion would be the most popular type? I have an affiliation with adam and eve toys.

  5. Kevin Hemminger profile image57
    Kevin Hemmingerposted 8 years ago

    In my recent hub talking about rabbit vibrators http://hubpages.com/hub/The-Rabbit-Vibrator -- I show some research about how 15% of women never experience an orgasm, and from 50 to 75% of women who experience orgasms cannot do so through intercourse alone.  I would definitely say that a woman never experiencing an orgasm is BAD for a relationship.  If sex toys are necessary to please a woman during sex, it is a good thing.

  6. profile image45
    jollybenconret99posted 8 years ago


    Well....it is depend upon the choice. I often use vibrator for sex. But it is really good stuff. My wife not going to use actually she is not comfortable with it...My i love this toys.

  7. profile image0
    ashleyloweposted 8 years ago

    I think it's a great way to experience things together as a couple. Plus, it's rather enjoyable! No matter what toy you choose, it opens up a whole dimension of excitement and intimacy.

    For the woman, I recommend the Sqweel (http://www.affectonline.com/Sqweel-ZSLQ1047.htm).

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  8. toneyahuja profile image58
    toneyahujaposted 8 years ago

    No relationship is not enslave to sexes toys but toys should have that type which create mutual understanding and shows unity and coordination sexes toys are lusty and merely physical feeling generators.
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  9. profile image46
    sexynickposted 7 years ago

    Yes, sex toys can be very healthy for relationship if you don't abuse it.

  10. profile image46
    healthlinksposted 7 years ago

    I think the use of sex toys can spice it up a relationship. I have often heard that after years in a relationship sex can get a little boring. Sex toys can really be helpful and make it sex more fun and exciting. There are thousands of online stores but this is the one I trust. It is discreet and has great variety.

  11. profile image50
    Jacknicholsposted 4 years ago

    I think they are healthy. For example my wife is totally ok with me using my Pleasure Pillow when I am in the mood and she is not. In that sense it is a life saver. I definitely recommend trying it out here at thepleasurepillow.com

  12. Thamina Rahman profile image60
    Thamina Rahmanposted 2 years ago

    Sex toys are available in Bangladesh. I got one@ www.banglatoys.blogspot.com


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