Ultimate Women's Sex Toys Guide

          Ultimate Women's Sex Toys Guide

Women's Toys Pros Cons Uses
Anal Sex Toys

Anal Sex Toys

Made from anal-friendly materials
Includes special safety features

Not every woman is comfortable with backdoor play

Anal stimulation

Ben Wa Balls

Ben Wa Balls

Strengthens your vaginal muscles

Not as stimulating as other toys

Kegel exercises

Stronger orgasms

Clit & Vaginal Pumps

Clit & Vaginal Pumps

Pulls blood into your vagina

Effects don't last long

Increases your sensitivity





Fills you up like nothing
elseNever needs batteries

Not as stimulating as a vibrator

Discreet vaginal and G-Spot stimulation

Nipple Toys

Nipple Toys

Pinches & squeezes your nipples

Can be hard to balance pleasure &pain

Nipple stimulation



Powerful and intense stimulation

Requires batteries or nearby electrical outlet

Some can be loud


Most likely to cause an orgasm

How to Buy Women's Toys

Now that you're familiar with the different types of women's sex toys, it's 
time to do some serious shopping. Here's some other things you need to 
know about sex toys before hitting the Add to Cart button.



Start With Materials.

Smart sex toy shoppers know that material makes a big difference in how you use a toy and care for it as well. If you want something soft and flexible, stick with silicone, TPE or TPR. Plastic and glass are also a good materials for Women's sex toys if you want something firmer.




Plan Your Women's Toys Budget


Plan Your Women's Toys Budget.

There are women's toys out there for all types of budgets. You can buy a basic dildo or vibrator for just a few bucks. Or you can splurge on a brand-name vibrator that does everything but make coffee and bagles for you the next morning.










Determine the Size of Your Toy.

Size really does matter when it comes to women's sex toys. Before buying a dildo or vibrator, double-check the measurements to make sure it's not too big for you. And you don't want a toy that's too small for you to feel either! The average sized sex toy is about 1" wide and 5-6" long. Start there and then you can always move up to something bigger later.


Determine the Size of Your Toy

How to Use Women's Toys

It's finally time to try out your new sex toy! Here's what you need to know before you get start getting frisky.

How to Use Women's Toys Get Ready.
Wash your sex toy before using it for the first time. Find a comfortable place where you won't be disturbed.
Get Set.
Once everything's ready, apply some lube to your toy and yourself as well. Since sex toys aren't very good at foreplay, a little lube can help you get started.
Let's Go.
Rub the tip of the dildo or vibrator around your vagina, while gently teasing your most sensitive spots. Then slowly insert the toy and start slowly moving the toy. Once your body's adjusted to the toy, you can pick up the pace and really go wild.
Cleaning & Caring for Women's Toys
Cleaning women's sex toys isn't nearly as bad as cleaning the bathroom - especially if your partner has "bad aim." Here are three easy to remember rules to keep in mind.

#1 Clean your toy before and after each use.
The easiest way to do this is by spraying it with antibacterial
sex toy cleaner and then wiping it off with a lint-free towel.

Cleaning & Caring for Women's Toys

#2 Use water-based lubes.
Water-based lubes are completely compatible with all types of sex
toys and condoms. Other lubes can cause chemical reactions with
some sex toy materials like rubber.


#3 Store your sex toy safely.
Many Women's sex toys are made from silicone, which can be damaged
by coming into contact with certain types of sex toy materials. Keep
your women's sex toy in its own storage bag in a cool place, and
you'll be playing together for years to come!