When it comes to sex toys, there's nothing to be ashamed of, says clinical sexologist Dr Eve.
Dr Eve explains that sex toys are a part of enhanced sexual pleasure.
She says lack of freedom and sexual satisfaction can make it difficult to broach the subject with intimate partners.
Dr Eve says sex toys are add-ons to every sexual experience and shares advice on the best lubricants, vibrators, clitoral stimulators and more.
Lube is the first sex toy that people buy because it is an addition to enhancing please.— Dr Eve, clinical sexologist
With any sex toy, you really want to start off slowly.— Dr Eve, clinical sexologist
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