Apprehensive about buying...

Did anyone else feel apprehensive about buying themself one of these lifelike pussies? I really want one but something stopping me

If you feel a bit apprehensive, maybe start off with a less realistic masturbator like these. You can always try a more realistic one when you feel more comfortable :) x

http://www.lovehoney.co.uk/product.cfm?p=28097

http://www.lovehoney.co.uk/product.cfm?p=22079

http://www.lovehoney.co.uk/product.cfm?p=24048

I didn't feel apprehensive about my first penetratable toy purchase, I did my research and thought about it and realised that a guy owning something to put his dick in is really no different to a girl owning something to buzz her clit away. As scorpius said there are less realistic options, which is my preference, but if you want something realistic go for it!

You might be worried about the faff of cleaning/drying a realistic toy though, especially if you live with people. Hard to hide a disembodied vagina when you need to leave it out for an hour to dry? If thats the case I'd recommend a design like this;

http://www.lovehoney.co.uk/product.cfm?p=22882

Easy to clean, nice to use, eas y to hide!

Thanks for that.... Sorry but new to this... It appears that a stroker is what I meant and not one of those massive arse and pussy sets!!

Have you bought one of these for a partner? If so, was he happy?

Thanks Pegguin... Useful. Will take a look

Eight4Ten wrote:

Thanks Pegguin... Useful. Will take a look

Ok, so the terminology gets a bit messy but this is generally what I see.

A stroker is a small thin tube with both ends open that are really just designed to add a little texture to masturbation. They often dont encompass the whole penis at a time, but most stretch to do this. The one I linked is an example

A sleeve is a slightly larger toy, thats designed to add pressure, suction and texture. They're typically large enough to either be used by holding in the hand and masturbating normally or by holding still and thrusting against them. Many of them also have a hard outer case to help with the feeling. Examples include;

fleshlights: http://www.lovehoney.co.uk/product.cfm?p=20760

Tenga cups: http://www.lovehoney.co.uk/product.cfm?p=32373

Tenga flipholes: http://www.lovehoney.co.uk/product.cfm?p=14734 There are other styles, but not that I would recommend that LH sell.

Then you also have the more large scale full hip/ass models that start to get insanely expensive and that I know very little about.

So many wanking options... My head hurts!

Want some help? If you let us know approx budget, preferred design (realistic vs none), general size (average, bigger than average etc is fine) and what sort of stimulation you want to explore (do you like really heavy suction or loads of tightness for instance) and we'll be able to recommend you something I'm sure.

Personally I think every newbie is apprehensive at first but honestly you're in good hands here (don't mean it like that lol) and I'm sure we can help you pick something. As a virgin woman I can't say what would be best but i can just say find something that perhaps excites you a bit as you read the reviews buy it and if you don't like it I believe you can return it for money or exchange.

Won't lie I've always been fascinated by the strokers as pegguin said its not different to a woman buying herself a little something (or very big something) to get themselves pleasure. People are much more open to sex toys and talking about it so I think we are quite lucky we have a community like this to talk about things with.

Hope you find something that you like

Thanks Kirsty... Have you ever used a stroker with a partner and if so which one and what was the feedback from him?

Eight4Ten wrote:

Did anyone else feel apprehensive about buying themself one of these lifelike pussies? I really want one but something stopping me

If you decide to go for a realistic vagina you could try Eva or Elle both in the pocket pussy range and both £10 at the moment.Ihave tried Eva which is really good though Monica  gets really good reviews but is a bit more expensive.

Eight4Ten wrote:

Thanks for that.... Sorry but new to this... It appears that a stroker is what I meant and not one of those massive arse and pussy sets!!

Have you bought one of these for a partner? If so, was he happy?

They look mind bendingly good! Someone showed me fucking one the other night...very kinky!

Don't forget to order your lube. You will need to use quite a bit with these and they will make a squishy sound as a result just in case you have paper thin walls!

Great if used with a partner as well

Ozz - how did watching him make you feel as a female though? Horny or jealous he was fucking 'someone' else?' (Or was this person not your OH?)

I havent used one on anyone im afraid but they do look good. I'm sure whatever you choose will hit the spot and if not you can send it back

Eight4Ten wrote:

Ozz - how did watching him make you feel as a female though? Horny or jealous he was fucking 'someone' else?' (Or was this person not your OH?)

These are questions for your OH. Just talk to her about it.

Hello and welcome to the forum. Being nervous about buying your first toy. I will be honest, I was too and I was postponing it for months. I may be female, but this is something common regardless of ones sex.

I would say go for it. If you are no sure which toy to go for, then just do a small investigation, read the reviews and then after few days decide which one it will be for you?

Good advice, thanks everyone

Read the reviews and go for the one that excites you the most. Not gonna lie just reading certain reviews actually turned me on. Like the reviews for Tracey cox super sex gel literally turned me on was so excited to get it through and it didn't disappoint

I alwaysread these threads with a rock hard stiffy - everything about this site is very horny