Like pubic hair at age 11, most men’s knowledge of all the sexual device buttons on their bodies isn’t that well developed.
In fact, in 2014, the now-defunct lad’s mag FHM conducted an online poll of 4,000 men, which found that less than half have ever used sex toys. But there is light at the end of the, ahem, tunnel. Sales of gay toys have risen by 1,000 per cent in the past decade.
Blow Job Toys
Blow jobs on demand? Now that we have your attention, it’s time to talk about one of the most common male sex toys. Masturbatory machines like the dolls and Tenga Flip Hole are head and shoulders above their competitors, but virtually all get the job done in the same way.The fits-like-a-glove gizmos use gay sex toys made of realistic skin-like material and carefully-placed nodules to mimic the sensation of a mouth, vagina or butt. Entry-level versions rely on the sex toys user’s hand movements, while higher-end electric models come packing a plethora of schlong-spinning skills.
The personal pleasure gadget has long been something feared by men, and who can blame them with the way some sex toys look? If you’re not hot on the idea of sticking your favourite appendage into something that resembles a handheld whisk, try a male masturbator which offers the same results as a Fleshlight but isn’t as willy-shrinkingly terrifying in its structure.
These stretchy stroker sleeves are more versatile than a Tony Stark suit. Used alone, the lifelike ridges supercharge your knuckle shuffle or try throwing one into the mix with oral gay sex and bring foreplay to an awesome apex. Pleasure doing business with you.