Sex is one of those topics that no matter how much you know, there will always be more to learn and question. That’s one of the most exciting things about it… you know, after all the pleasure, hot feelings, wet body parts, etc. It really is true though that asking questions about sex and learning new things is important to keeping it s hot as possible. Today we are offering up a few tidbits in the sexy world that are definitely worth questioning to keep your body healthy and have you enjoying your pleasure for a long time to come!
1) Lubes and lotions that numb, warm or cool. Numbing lubes and lotions are first on this list because I think they are the most important of the three to question. Pain is the body’s system of letting us know when something is wrong, and by numbing it, you lose that ability and can really damage yourself. And, if you can’t feel anything, why bother doing it? It’s supposed to be about your pleasure. As for warming and cooling lubes and lotions, question what is in them and how it will affect your body. What kind of reaction will you have? Will it be too hot/cold? Should you be careful on what kind of skin you apply it (aka. on sensitive bits?).
2) Flavored products and using anything food-based in your bits. Be sure to question the ingredients of the flavored products (lubes, condoms, etc.) before you put them near your bits. Many things with flavors use glycerin, which is basically sugar – and sugar in the vagina can cause some gnarly yeast infections. Not all flavored stuff is made the same, so do a little research before heading downtown with it. As for food, external play is fine, but keep the whipped cream, chocolate syrup, strawberries, what-have-you out of the vag. It’s just not a good plan.
3) Not all sex toys are made equally. Know what you are getting before you lay the cash down. While materials like silicone, metal and wood are totally non-porous and body-safe, soft rubber toys, like ones made of jelly rubber are not. They have tiny pores that can trap bacterial, as well as can leach the chemicals that are used to make them, like phthalates, which may not be very good for the body. If you want to use jelly rubber toys, just be sure to use a condom and switch them between partners.
4) Question your cock ring. If you are a beginner cock ring user, be sure to question the material of the ring. Start off with a ring that can be opened easily, like ones with Velcro closures, or super stretchy ones that you can stretch to take off. Metal and hard plastic cock rings (especially metal ones) should only be used if you are a seasoned cock ringmaster. A cock ring is used to keep the blood trapped in the penis to maintain a harder erection, but things can go seriously wrong if you want to let that blood out and you can’t because you are unable to remove your cock ring. That is a trip to the ER and an embarrassing story, so just trust me on this one.
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