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It’s quite overwhelming sometimes when you’re trying to get a sex toy that fits into the fantasies running in your head. Perusing through different display images and trying to come up with the best sex toys for you might be quite stressful, that is why we have decided to engage some experts to do the worrying for you, outline what you should look out for and how to make the best choice.

The first step to making the right decision is understanding what these sex toys do, and where they are needed, when you understand this, then you can make informed decisions on your most preferred choice.

The first one is theThrusters.

“The thrusters allow you to put the toy in one place and leave it while it makes all the effort for you,”. “Thrusters also allow people who can’t move their arms in a constant motion, or not at all, to have that pushing feeling.”  some special thrusters also come with an attachment that gives stimulation to the clitoris.

Vibrator: Choosing the right vibrator isn’t always easy. There seems to be a lot to choose from. Gone are the days of penis-shaped vibrators in flesh or plastic. Now we have intimate massagers, clitoral stimulators, G-spot vibrations, rechargeable, silicone, plastic, metallic rubber, thin, thick, flexible, ribbed, ergonomically designed, multi vibration, smart balls… just make your eyes Tearful. So how do you ensure you’re making the right decision?

You need to ask yourself a few questions first.

1) What kind of toy should I choose?

You need to ask yourself what turns you on.

Do you love penetration? Have you always wanted to find your G-spot or experience some anal pleasure? Do you need clitoral stimulation to have an orgasm? Once you’ve decided what really turns you on, you’ll know what kind of toy to choose.


There is a difference between a dildo and a vibrator. Dildos are penis substitutes. Vibrators, on the other hand, aren’t. At least I’ve never found one that looks like it and if I had I would have married him!

Dildos are for those of us who love the feeling of being penetrated. And boy, do they come in all sizes, from a modest six inches to a foot in length. Again, this comes down to personal preference, but don’t forget about the lubricant.

If you, like most women, need more than just penetration to orgasm, a vibrator is sure to get you there. A sensation like no other, every woman should try a vibrator at least once in her life. A vibrator can be used externally and can be used for penetration. Choose a vibrator with multiple speeds so that you can adjust it to suit you. I would recommend that you choose a vibrator with different pulse rates, as the change in rhythm can bring you to orgasm very quickly, while the intense vibrations can get a little numb after a while.

If you’ve never used a vibrator before, it will be extremely sensitive, so different speeds and pulsations can prevent it from being too strong. For maximum pleasure, I advise you to choose a vibrator that also has a clitoral attachment. They vibrate on your clitoris while the shaft vibrates inside of you. Paradise, right?

Clitoral stimulators

Another excellent way to get started in the world of sex toy choice is the clitoris stimulator. Clitoris stimulators can be used alone or with your partner during sexual intercourse. When he penetrates you from behind, he can extend his arm with the toy in hand, to increase his pleasure. It helps add a whole new dimension to sex.

Again, I recommend that you choose a clitoral stimulator with adjustable speeds. And use your imagination with this. They are for external use only but explore your body with them or let your partner explore your body with them. Try it on different styles and see how wonderful it is.

2) What material should I choose?

This is another question that should be on your mind when you are making a choice of your sex toys. Although It depends on personal preferences and budget.

What material would you like to feel on your skin?

Are you allergic to something?

How much are you willing or able to spend?

Here are some of the materials you might consider.

Jelly gum

Jelly dildos and vibrators are the cheapest options, but they tend to feel softer than silicone or plastic because they absorb vibrations. Using a condom with gel vibrators is also recommended, especially if you have sensitive skin.


Plastic vibrators are harsh and have extremely strong vibrations. The disadvantage of plastic vibrations is that they are louder than other toys, but they are easy to keep clean because their surface does not absorb body fluids.


Medical grade silicone is the newest and safest material for vibrators. This totally hypoallergenic material is soft and flexible on the skin, easy to keep clean, and allows for intense vibrations that can spread over a larger area as they easily resonate through the silicone.

Medical silicone is more expensive than rubber or plastic, but it’s worth it.

Please note that silicone vibrators cannot be used with silicone-based lubricants or strong alcohol swabs.

Functionality – Functionality is another thing you need to consider when getting your sex toys, vibrators come in all shapes and sizes, and you can choose between G-spot vibrators, waterproof vibrators, musical vibrators, remote-controlled vibrators, and rechargeable vibrators and so on, but if you don’t understand these functions and what you really prefer, you might end up with the wrong product.

Durability: Cheap or Inexpensive vibrators work once or twice and then fall apart. You will spend more buying several substandard products if you are not particular about the durability of the product you want. Buying from a reputable store, we highly suggest My Lily, that offers a solid guarantee, will save you from unnecessary stress.

Lastly, whether you are buying your first sex toy, or you are a regular user, here are some final points to consider when choosing a vibrator:

Size: Does size matter? Um yes! If the vibrator is too big for you or your partner to feel uncomfortable, then it’s not for you. Do you want something small enough for your pocket to carry around?

Performance: How many speeds or pulse patterns do you want? Do you like a constant pulse, or do you like to mix it up? Or you are someone who dislikes too much pressure? These are questions you should make sure the sex toy you want to buy answers.

Batteries – Many luxury vibrators are now USB rechargeable, so you don’t have to worry about running out of batteries or running out of power. Rechargeable vibrators are more expensive than battery-powered vibrators but think about how much you’ll save.

Volume: No one wants a powerful vibrator. Not only is it entertaining, but your roommate or kids can hear it too. Fortunately, quality vibrators are virtually silent.


So, before you decide to make that online order for that sex toy, make sure you have mastered the art of your body sexual desire well.