As well, your sex toys may well be larger and are certainly far less flexible than a partner's fingers or penis. Typically, they're used for external stimulation via the water pressure. If and when something like vaginal intercourse feels burny, lack of enough lubrication is often an issue. Certainly humped a few pillows. This topic is about a year old. Turning those signals off not only can get us hurt, they can keep us from finding out what does and doesn't feel good so we can learn to avoid pain as much as possible. BonnieWright13 Activist Member
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You know those curler brushes? I was cleaning up that weird foam filler for weeks. If you're trying to insert something -- especially without any or enough lubrication, another part of this issue -- when you aren't very aroused, or which is just not comfortable for any number of reasons, then it's See that second article I linked you to above, and this one here: This article can also give you a lot of information about your genital anatomy and how it works when it comes to pleasure. It is a part of human nature. To keep it even smoother and easier to use I took a rubber glove and put one of the fingers over the handle and just tied the rest around the non usable portion.