Basic tips and knowledge on sex toys, this video focus' mainly on the different dildos and lubricant that you can buy.
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Angelica Le Minh: Are the dildos a gateway? Sebastian Yeung: Well, dildos are—they can be a gateway, they can be. Dildos are sort of a especially unique thing in and off themselves. You know the difference between a dildo and a vibrator is anything that vibrates is a vibrator. And anything that doesn’t is a dildo. Angelica Le Minh: Okay! So— Sebastian Yeung: This is a straight silk, this is a delight and this is your standard 7 inch penis with balls. Angelica Le Minh: With balls, yeah! That’s a nice touch. Sebastian Yeung: You know, for the realistic future. It’s really clever what they have done with this is there is a whole in the back of the dildo so you can insert a little vibrator. I’m not going to stick it all the way. Angelica Le Minh: So this is sort of the marriage between the vibrator and the dildo. You don’t have to be one or the other anymore. You can be a vibrating dildo. Sebastian Yeung: You can be flexible. Of course, yeah! And this sort of the fun thing, there's a lot of manufacturers will now make toys that can go one way or another depending on how you feel. If there is a curvature to the dildo, you do want it to face upwards because you want to be able to hit the G spot but you don’t want to hit the cervix. Angelica Le Minh: Yeah! So strap on and join me. Sebastian Yeung: Lubes you use for sex. They are condom compatible. You know, you never use oils with condoms. That’s a very bad thing. And it’s also really good if you're practicing safer sex because if you do have chafing, what's happening is you're getting microscopic tears. You don’t want chafing, chafing is bad. So, the lube will help get rid of the chafing, so what you do is you put a little bit on, if you're a guy, the head of the penis, not the shaft, put your condom and then that way it makes the condom a lot easier to use, it’s a lot more comfortable, it almost feels like you don’t have a condom on. And then you put it on the outside for your partner because you know how it is when you us a condom, it gets a little bit dry. If you are using a lube internally, I highly suggest that you don’t go for anything flavored, colored or with heating properties. Angelica Le Minh: Right. Sebastian Yeung: Because you're just asking for trouble. More is good, more is good. For women who have vaginitis or prone to vaginitis, yeast infections, things like that, this is a really good product, it has got absolutely no glycerin in it and it uses acacia gum as the base. Angelica Le Minh: So, you can’t use oils for lube purposes, but can you use lube for oil purposes? Sebastian Yeung: Oh, of course. If you want something that’s going to last as long as oil and maybe even longer, I would go for silicon. Angelica Le Minh: Okay. Sebastian Yeung: That lasts you for a good 10 to 12 hours. Angelica Le Minh: Okay!
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