How Couples Can Get Over Vibrator Phobia

Okay, maybe you won’t find this phobia in the handbook of psychiatric disorders, but socially, vibrator phobia it is very much a phobia. The argument is always the same: “we don’t need sex toys because our sex life is fine how it is.” But is it?  What if you had the opportunity to make your sex life better – more enjoyable – more pleasurable? Here is how couples can get over vibrator phobia.

First, think about where your phobia is coming from. Is it the social taboo that makes you standoffish? Embarrassment? Shame? Maybe you aren’t admitting something to yourselves as lovers? Understanding why you don’t want to introduce vibrators, sex toys, or dildos in the bedroom will help you come closer to finding out why you won’t at least try it. Just once won’t hurt, right?

It is also important to realize that you can always take it slow. There are a lot of unassuming erotic toys that you can introduce in the bedroom that won’t be so daunting. For instance, a cock ring or penis sheath is an excellent way to introduce erotic tools into the bedroom. After that, you can move up to vibrators, dildos, sex swings and beyond. Eventually, through your discovery and experimentation, you might find something that clicks – or many things that click, vibrate, buzz, and pulsate.

It might also be beneficial to learn about all the different erotic tools that are available – there are a lot. Chances are that you will stumble upon at least one erotic toy that you and your partner will want to try out. Go ahead and try it. As you are browsing through the hundreds of erotic toys, something will jump out at you and your partner. What you might want to do is look through toys made especially for couples. Who knows, you might just find something that changes your sex life, for the better.How Couples Can Get Over Vibrator PhobiaOne of the best ways to get over vibrator phobia is to just do it. Vibrators are great for a little solo masturbatory time and they can make sex feel a million times better – what can be better than that? Sometimes when you have a hard time bringing another element into the bedroom, it can be beneficial to just take the leap. The more you and your partner hesitate, the further away you are from actually incorporating erotic toys in the bedroom and the worse your fear of vibrators becomes.

Lastly, vibrators are everywhere these days and everyone is using one. If you ask four of your closest girlfriends if they use a vibrator or not, chances are that three of them will tell you there is a vibrator in their bedside table at all times. So, talk to your friends about vibrators, pick one up that seems fitting to you and your partner, try it, experiment – that’s what sex is all about, right?

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