Choosing your first Toy
Toys are an increasingly common part of people's sex lives. They’re great for helping you discover where to find your own hotspots. And they can add exciting new dimension during foreplay. When it comes to choosing your first one, the choice can be intimidating, even if you already know the safety guidelines. These tips will help make choosing your first toy easier.
Vibration: Some people like vibration. Others find the sensation unusual at first but grow to love it and some people find it leaves them cold. Until you test it out you won't know which category you fit into. However, it's worth starting with a gentle vibe as the more intense ones can be a shock to the system at first. A basic bullet vibe is a great beginner's toy. Start with it on the mildest setting. If it feels too tingly, put your hand underneath it, or use it over the top of a sheet. If you'd rather have more buzz, just turn it up.
Size: Choose a size that doesn't seem too intimidating. Toys are typically firmer and denser than the real thing, so don't be surprise if a toy the same size as your partner feels too big.
Power: Toys can be powered by batteries, charge through the mains or even solar powered. Check how a toy is powered before purchasing so you don't get stuck with a toy that uses hard-to-find battery sizes.
謹慎選擇：使用玩具時，感到尷尬是很正常的，特別是新手。選擇一些較靜的玩具可以減少尷尬，而且現在已經有很多途徑能夠購買性玩具 ── 網上、街上都可以買得到。為什麼不由一些小型的，配有小環或按摩器，又或小型震動器開始？這些玩具都很適合新手使用，可以從以上挑選一些來試試水溫！
Discretion: It's normal to be shy about using a toy, particularly if you're new to it. Picking a quiet toy can help make it less embarrassing. And there are now plenty of mainstream places to buy them – both online and on the high street. Why not also start off small, with a ring, a massager or mini vibrator? These are great first time sex toys for couples that want to test the water first before diving in.
“If it feels too tingly, put your hand underneath it, or use it over the top of a sheet."