Couples Sex Toy
Party? The Do's and Don'ts
For many years women have enjoyed each
others company at social buying parties for Kitchenware, Candles,
Clothing (including Lingerie) and of course, Sex Toys! There is
a growing popularity for not just women, but couples to attend these
Sex Toy parties. Whenever you combine talk of sex, sex toys and
both women and men are present there is a potential for disaster.
There are, however, some golden rules to follow so that your lover
isn't embarrassed around other men or women who are attending the
party. Remember, you may or may not know the other couples there
and you should respect their privacy. Couples Sex Toy parties
tend to allow individuals to release their feelings and emotions in a
group setting and this is especially true for men who may boast in
their sexual prow ness or brag about their women. Follow these
rules and at the end of the party you'll be so charged up from all the
Sex Toy talk you'll be ready to get into bed as soon as you get home.
Don't follow these rules if you want to put yourself at risk of
sleeping in a separate bed.
1.) Discuss ahead of time, what is OK
and what isn't OK to say about yourself and your partner. She
may not want you commenting her Breasts or sounds she makes during
lovemaking. He may not want you commenting on his penis size or
how "cute" his butt is. These are all potential conversations
because you'll be passing around products that resemble sexual organs.
If in doubt only comment on what you've heard about anonymous couples
or individuals who use a particular product, but feel free to whisper
in your partners ear what your really thinking.
2.) Bring along a pad and paper to write
down what you may want to purchase and let the Sex Toy Expert in
advance know that you would rather place you order in private.
You may not want anyone else in the room to know your buying a harness
because your man likes the feeling of anal penetration.
3.) A Sex Toy party is for you as a
Couple, not a pick up bar for those of you who enjoy multiple
partners. It's uncouth to use this as a venue, unless you
already know that everyone there is open to multiple partners and
swinging or these activities have already been pre-planned.
4.) Never ask a another couple about
their experiences, especially with someone you just met.
However, if you and your partner are comfortable expressing your views
on certain products and how they've intensified your lovemaking then
feel free to. If in doubt on how the group may respond ask for
their permission to share an experience in advance.
In the end you want the experience of
going to a Couples Sex Toy party to enrich your lives not create an
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