Using sex toys without your partner’s knowledge?

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Woman in bed
Woman in bed

Many people still consider sex toys as only inanimate objects. But, they do help in a lot of ways – from getting an orgasm to sexual distinctions.

They world of sex toys is not only limited to dildos and vibrators. Chains, whips, body chocolate, anal plugs, massage oils and many more fall under the category of pleasure. According to expert Dominic Mabaso, founder of Hunny Bunn – a fully black-owned South African based online sex toy company, here is what you need to know:

The main reason is to spice up their sex lives – be it “solo-dolo” or with a partner. For that self-exploration, what better way to get to know your body than to take the time to tease out every “ooh” and “aah” at your own pace, in your own time? Knowing your own body and where all your “spots” are is paramount in ensuring you can guide a partner to your sexual satisfaction.

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