Christian Sex Toys You Should Use And the Ones You Should Definitely Avoid!

If you are a Christian couple and are NOT using Christian sex toys then you are missing out on some very pleasurable and acceptable sexual experiences.

But don’t feel bad that you’ve been missing out on incredible sex.

You see, most Christians believe, wrongly, that there is no such thing as “Christian sex toys”. That is to say they do not believe that any type of outside intimacy aid is allowed during sex.

It’s not true! There are actually many very acceptable Christian sex toys that couples can, and should, use during intimacy. But, of course, there are definitely some intimacy aids you should avoid.

Here I will provide some simple yet highly effective and ACCEPTABLE intimacy toys for couples to get started with. I will also provide examples of some intimate aids that should definitely be AVOIDED.

Erotic oils and lubes. Have you ever poured an erotic oil all over a particular body part of your partner during intimacy? Wow! The sensation is incredible for both and sexual pleasures are heightened greatly. Oils and lubes are great ways to get into toys. They are simple to use and a good gateway into exploring sexual variations leading to a much better sex life.

Body Deserts. Have you ever applied some body desert to your partner and then proceeded to lick it off of their body? Wow! Incredible sensations which serve as an excellent gateway for oral pleasures. This is another simple intimacy idea for toys, and again it provides that much needed variation for an improved sex life.

What to Avoid:

Blow Up Dolls. Have you ever included blow up dolls in your intimacy life, either alone or as a couple? Hopefully not, as this is a no-no in Christian intimacy. You never want to bring in a third party during your sexual experience, even if that third part is a doll. Now days blow up sex dolls are becoming increasingly more lifelike and real, making the temptation for Christian couples to use them greater. Some men for instance have been using them because sex with their wives is just not that fulfilling. They rationalize that they are not cheating since the doll is not real, but c’mon, it really is a form of cheating and certainly shouldn’t be allowed to be used as a married Christian.

Pornography. Porno for married Christians has been debated here and there, but typically it is frowned upon. Obviously the harder more extreme sexual degradation adult films should be avoided. Often what is debated is the lesser “soft core” material, some of which can mask as instructional guide. Certainly instruction is VERY important for Christians, as they should definitely be experiencing awesome, mind blowing sex. But you can get excellent online instructional e-books for all your instruction needs and advice, rather than having to watch soft-core.

Home Made Sex Toys for Men to Enjoy

When it comes to masturbation, some guys never get bored. Whether it’s because they just love how their hand feels or because they practice different grip and rhythm techniques, more power to them. But, for some men, the same old hand can be a bit lackluster after a while. Since regular use and frequent ejaculations are beneficial to penile health, it’s important for men to find ways to revel in self-gratification. The following fun DIY tips will teach men how to give the hand a rest by creating their own sex toys with items found around the house.

1) Toilet paper/Paper towel tube: For many men, the cardboard tubes that provide structural integrity to toilet paper and paper towel rolls can also provide a tight but accommodating fit for an eager penis. The cardboard itself is too rough for the penis, so men should use their favorite condoms with this method. Simply insert the condom into the tube, fold the open end over the edge of the tube and tape it in place on the tube’s exterior. Put some lube in the condom and go to town. Men can derive extra enjoyment by pulling on the condom’s tip while masturbating; this creates a suction feel, replicating oral play.

2) Cup and sponge: A guy can also look for a cup in his kitchen that is long enough to house his member. He can then take two sponges, large enough to each fill half the cup’s inner wall, wet them in warm water and then fit them snuggly within the cup. Guys should be sure to use the softest of sponges for this one. Place lube in the crevices between the sponges and have at it.

3) Bubble wrap bottle: This one is similar to, but more complex and plush than, the cup and sponge method above. Guys can evenly cut off the top of a plastic soda bottle; then, they can take two large sponges, place them next to one another on a large sheet of bubble wrap and wrap them up. There should be extra bubble wrap that can be used to stretch over the edge of the bottle. Place the wrapped sponges inside the bottle; they should cover most of the bottle’s interior walls and leave a hole in the middle of the bottle just big enough to thrust the penis into. Fold the extra bubble wrap over the top edge of the bottle and tape it to the outside. Lube up the inside and enjoy the sensation of the bubbles on the penis.

4) Old-fashioned sock: Most guys have seen the American Pie film and at least considered emptying into a sock. The trick here is to place a surgical glove inside the sock with some lube, as the material of the sock may chafe the penis. Roll the top of the sock to create a tight doughnut, place the glove inside and fold the opening over the sock top. Then it’s ready to go.

5) Couch cushion baggie: Guys should take caution with this one, since a heavy couch cushion could place too much pressure on the member. If one’s furniture is deemed suitable, a man can simply fill a plastic baggie with lube (taking time to cut off the zip strip should the baggie have one), place it between couch cushions and enjoy the replicated vagina.

Studded Condoms Perfect For Heightened Sensation

Condoms today are no longer limited to just the plain smooth types. It is because they also come now in the textured styles meant to increase sensation and pleasure during sexual intercourse. So who says you can’t enjoy an intimate sexual experience even with condoms?

Studded condoms are one of the textured styles available to sexually active adults these days. These are shaped and textured some having ribs on the condom’s top part and at the base. The ribbed portions are aimed at adding stimulation especially for the females. If not the ribs, the other condoms have hundreds of raised studs or bumps on the outside part of the condom for the ultimate satisfaction of females and on the inside to give pleasure to the males. As this type is aimed at providing mutual pleasure for partners, they are usually wider with a more contoured shaped and bulb-like tip.

For studded condoms, the three more known brands include that of Rough Rider, Beyond Seven and Durex intense sensation.

Rough Rider

The Rough Rider studded condoms are meant for the cowboys or those who like a bumpier ride, so to speak. Previously known as Contempo Rough Rider made by Ansell Corporation, this condom is of high quality with lubricant and reservoir tip. And what’s more, the studs are throughout the condom meaning from top to bottom and all around for extra sensation.

Rough Rider studded latex condoms are lubricated and natural colored with a reservoir end for added comfort. This is the original studded condom perfect for partners who desire to add spice to their sexual experience. It has gained so much popularity that it is now known as an independent brand but with the same great style.

Beyond Seven

Beyond Seven studded condoms are made by Japan’s top manufacturer, Okamoto which also makes the Crown condoms. This is a highly preferred condom primarily because of its thinness that creates a more natural feeling for users and their partners. Made from the super thin sheerlon material, this condom is strong and durable compared to the regular latex condom. Sheerlon provides a smoother and more natural feel it almost feels like second skin.

Beyond Seven studded super thin condoms have three inches of raised studs for a great sensation. They are also lightly lubricated for added comfort. This brand definitely has the edge because apart from the unique sensation it brings, users and their partners are also assured of protection from sexually transmitted diseases and unwanted pregnancies. They can be bought online in bags of 12, 60 or 144 and are only available without spermicide.

Durex intense sensation

This popular condom brand boasts of hundreds of studs arranged in rows for that ultimate sexual pleasure for both men and women. It is made from latex rubber and lubricated with silky smooth silicone to reduce friction.

Durex is a trusted name in condoms worldwide with more than 70 years of experience. Quality is a top priority of this company hence users can be sure that they’re using safe and durable condoms for their protection. Each condom goes through rigid electronic tests to ensure their reliability.

Erectile Function Maintenance While Wearing Condoms

Having difficulty maintaining an erection while putting on and wearing a condom is a fairly common complaint among men. Since safe sex is a crucial component of penis health, and erectile function is imperative for sexual health, it’s important for men to find ways to manage the situation. One of the first steps to doing so is to identify reasons why men have difficulty remaining erect when condoms enter the equation. Then, a man can work toward addressing the issue.

The Stats

The Kinsey Institute, an esteemed sex research group, has studied the prevalence of erectile issues associated with condom use. In one survey, they found that 28% of men experienced a loss of erection while putting a condom on at least one time out of the last three times they used one. These men were about twice as likely to remove their condoms before intercourse had ended as men who didn’t experience condom-associated erectile problems (41% compared to 21%).

This research indicates both that erection issues when applying a condom are common, and that they can affect men’s decision-making around wearing protection.

Possible Causes

The following are likely reasons why men may become soft while applying condoms:

– Nerves. If men are nervous about putting condoms on correctly, this worry can negatively impact arousal. Likewise, if men are nervous about losing an erection during the process, this can turn into a self-fulfilling prophesy.

– Associations. Condoms are important for preventing sexually transmitted infections and unwanted pregnancy. The associations of disease and pregnancy may become so attached to condoms that the objects themselves act as a major turn-off.

– Reduced Sensitivity. Many men say that condoms reduce sensitivity during sex – and that’s understandable, since they create a barrier between two bodies. This may make it difficult to maintain an erection while wearing a condom during intercourse.

– Attitude. For some men, the reduction of sensitivity associated with condoms can turn them into loathed things, and a man can hardly be expected to maintain sexual arousal while dealing with something he despises.

– Poor fit. Some men find that condoms feel so tight that they are uncomfortable. In a similar vein, if a condom’s ring around the base of the penis is too tight, it can cut off circulation, which can physically interfere with erections.

Solutions

Fortunately, there are ways to manage the above causes of condom-associated erectile issues. Consider the following:

– Wear a rubber while masturbating. This method comes with several advantages. First, applying a condom every time a man masturbates will give him plenty of practice putting on the device, which should alleviate any concerns he might have about proper application (there are plenty of reliable resources online to teach the proper steps for putting one on). Another benefit is that it gets a man accustomed to the sensation; if he is able to achieve orgasm during solo play with a condom on, he’ll be more likely to during intercourse. Also, if a man associates rubbers with infections and pregnancy, masturbating with one on can help re-associate the device with pleasure. Finally, it makes for easy clean-up!

– Try different kinds. The condom market contains no shortage of options, including different shapes and sizes. Use a condom size chart to determine is what right for a man to eliminate issues with tightness and circulation reduction. Also, invest in samples of different shapes. Some come with roomier heads that create a more natural feel. Finally, consider trying condoms with stimulating lubricant on the inside.

– Adjust the attitude. Having pleasurable sex with a condom is absolutely possible. Cultural associations between condoms and inferior sex may be holding a man back from enjoying safe sex. Working with a sex therapist may be beneficial for men with significant negative associations, attitudes or anxiety around condom usage.

Safe Sex: Condom Problems and How to Prevent Them

Condom use isn’t something most men get excited about, but it’s imperative to safe sex. That means it’s imperative for a long, healthy and active sex life – and that’s something nearly any man can get enthusiastic about. In the interest of maintaining optimal sexual and penile health, men should take the time to learn about common condom problems and how to prevent them in the future. While condoms are 98% effective at preventing pregnancy when used correctly, a 2012 review of 50 studies shows that a great many people make mistakes when using them. Avoid the following errors.

Not checking for damage

The review found that the vast majority – about 83% of women and 75% of men – reported not checking condoms for damage before using them. Condoms can acquire tears or holes, so they should always be examined pre-use. Yes, this means (in certain cases) turning on the lights and taking pause. It’s worth it.

Not removing air

Over 40% of the participants involved in the studies said that air was not squeezed from the tip of the condom before use. Failure to remove air from the tip increases the likelihood that the tip will pop.

Not leaving room at the tip

Semen needs somewhere to go inside the condom. Between 24% and 46% of respondents across the studies reported not leaving a reservoir at the tip of the condom. That makes the situation ripe for breakage.

Removing it improperly

When a man exits his partner after climaxing, he should hold the condom at the base of his penis to make sure it doesn’t slip off inside the partner. He should also exit quickly after ejaculating, since the condom is prone to leaking as he gets soft. About a third of respondents in the studies reported incorrect removal/withdrawal.

Wrong lube

Oil-based lubricants can degrade the integrity of latex, causing condoms made of the material to break. Only 3-5% of respondents reported this error, but it’s still very important to be aware of.

No lube

A condom is more likely to break if there is inadequate lubrication around it. Up to a quarter of respondents reported jacketing up without lubing up as well. It is true that some partners may produce plenty of natural lubrication, but it’s still a good idea to have a product made for the purpose (and made of the right base) handy in case she starts to dry up.

Rushing in

A 2015 study by Kinsey Institute researchers found that rushing while applying a condom doubled the odds of breakage or slippage and tripled the odds of leakage. It’s understandable why a revved-up couple would want to get to it as soon as possible, but partners should consider making condom application part of sensual play. She can stimulate him by using her hand to roll it down (squeezing the tip of the condom) and then smoothing out the air bubbles along the shaft. It’s safer to take one’s time, and it also helps take some of the pressure off. Rushing isn’t fun or sexy; it’s stressful.