7 Things You Should Never Use As Toys While Masturbating

You shouldn’t do anything just because you can, though.
Just because something can be used for masturbation doesn’t indicate that you should use it. You want to be certain that this won’t irritate or infect you in any manner as it will be in or near your genitals. Therefore, the next time you’re looking for an orgasm, consider twice before utilizing the following for the benefit of your sexual health:

7 Things You Should Never Use As Toys While Masturbating

 

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1. Your fingers if your nails are ragged or unclean

Usually, you might consider using your hand as a safe bet for masturbation. Make sure your fingernails are cut and clean so they’re not sneaky threats to your vulva, vagina, and anus before continuing, though.

These delicate body areas might suffer damage from nails that are sharp or jagged. No matter how little, these abrasions can irritate, swell, and cause discomfort in your vaginal tissues.
They may also increase your risk of contracting STIs by making it easier for germs that cause infections to spread.

Additionally, you should always wash your hands (including the areas beneath your fingernails) before touching your vagina or other nearby body regions.

 

2. Vegetables and fruits

It Mis funny, but some creative individuals may gain some inspiration from a zucchini, cucumber, or banana to use as a sex toy. Then again, don’t.

Sex toys are fairly durable, but food can crumble. You shouldn’t be frantically attempting to pull pieces of carrot out of your genitals during the blissful moments that follow a masturbation.
Additionally, they may have odd, jagged edges and angles, which could potentially harm you.

Additionally, a variety of microorganisms and chemicals that your vagina is unfamiliar with are exposed to in fruits and vegetables.
Your vagina may not be able to handle this bacterium, even if your gastrointestinal (GI) tract is often rather competent at doing so, and it might get inflamed or irritated as a result.

Additionally, you can experience a size issue, just like many of the items on this list. While experimenting with devices of various sizes, lengths, and widths is entirely OK, you shouldn’t shove anything into your vagina that hurts.

If you’re going to bring (appropriately sized) vegetables into the bedroom, wrap it entirely with a condom.

This will not only shield your vagina from some of those stray fruit and vegetable bacteria, but it will also capture any broken pieces before they have a chance to drift away from your grasp.

However, a toy made to fit inside of you would undoubtedly be a superior choice.

3. An electric toothbrush

Electric toothbrushes are virtually asking to be used as sex toys since they are lengthy and can vibrate. Yet, never use them.

The bristles may appear to be perfect for stimulating your clitoris, but in reality, they are far more likely to irritate it or possibly result in micro abrasions that increase your risk of infection.
The same is true with penetrative masturbation; if you insert your electric toothbrush into yourself and turn it on, you risk damaging your tissues by scratching, tearing, and inflaming them.

Additionally, by using a used toothbrush, you expose yourself to even more irritants and germs.

If you really must experience the sensation of masturbating with an electric toothbrush, it is preferable to wrap it in a towel or washcloth before putting it on your vulva and avoid any interior penetration at all.

Make sure the attachment is a brand-new, unopened one even with the barrier. Of course, you shouldn’t then brush your teeth with the toothbrush.

Even in such case, a typical sex toy would likely feel much better.

4. Candles

A few inventive people turn candles into masturbation devices. Even though many candles can seem like ideal alternatives to sex toys, they typically aren’t.

They can break inside of you, which is one of the reasons you should avoid them as you would phallic fruits and veggies.
The size problem can also play a role in this situation. Candles come in a variety of thicknesses, which is excellent for home décor but may not be the best for your genitalia.

5. Hairbrush.

Hairbrushes may appear to be excellent providers of tactile stimulation, but they should not be used in the bedroom.
They can irritate and cut your vulva, vagina, and anus, which is typically not the intention of a satisfying masturbation session.

However, if you use a condom and a hairbrush handle that is not too big for you (as opposed to the bristles end), you should be OK.

But still you should never try such a thing,

 

6. Toys without flared bases for anal

Make sure the toy has a flared base, that is, one that spreads at the bottom, before you place it in your butt. That will stop it from entering your rectum through your narrowed anal sphincter.

For the record, flared-base toys may also be used for vaginal penetration in addition to anal activity. However, compared to the rectum, toys being “lost” in the vagina is considerably less often.

The vagina ends at the cervix and is only a few inches long. A toy has a very little distance to travel if it gets in.
A toy can, however, “travel up quite a distance” since the rectum is a part of the lower GI tract. Furthermore, once you pass the narrow part of your anus, the rectum resembles more of a “puffed out empty chamber” than the vagina, which has a fairly constant width throughout.

This may make locating a lost anal sex item much more difficult. And so may any lubrication you use for anal play. That thing is capable of escaping your grasp in a flash and entering directly.

If that does occur, try not to freak out, there are a few things you can take to prevent having to go to the emergency department. However, it’s better to completely avoid this by just inserting sex objects designed for your butt.

7. Any toy that has recently been in or near your anus.

Before introducing a toy to your vagina, you must properly clean it if it has been used anally or wrap it in a fresh condom.

Although your anus is host to various bacteria, notably those from your GI tract, such E. coli, your vagina is home to a variety of different organisms.
It’s perfectly OK for this material to be in your rectum and to be on or near your anus.

However, if it enters your vagina, it may eventually lead to issues.

One possible problem is bacterial vaginosis, which occurs when the “bad” bacteria in your vagina exceed the “good,” causing symptoms including a “fishy” vaginal odor and burning when you urinate.

Instead, if the bacterium enters your urethra, it can cause a urinary tract infection, which manifests as frequent, painful urinating and hazy urine. No fun.

Before applying anything you’ve used anally to your vagina, take a moment to make sure it’s clean or protected.

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