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(Popularity Rate: 72 ) What are some household items that could be used as sex toys for men?

Your hand is the best toy of them all.
You can have fun with pillows, DIY towel pocket pussy�but just now, nothing will come anywhere close to your hand (or hands).
From DIY however, the easiest to try is Towel Pocket Pussy:
This is the one I quickly made in 30 secs 🙂
Ingredients: towel, latex glove and rubber band to tighten it all..
Oh and lube, of course! 🙂 It’s no good dry.
The steps are shown in the picture:
you’ll put latex glove between two sides of towel
stretch the glove over the both sides of towel
put rubber band on top to tighten it
lube it up
and use it!
But let me give you a ninja tip you might have not known�:)
It pays to learn your own anatomy and play around your neighbourhood.
Did you know you can get intense pleasures just by tickling your frenulum?
You can orgasm frenulum just like you would woman’s clitoris and you’ll have the most intense orgasm 🙂
Frenulum is that little stretched piece of skin connecting the penis head 🙂
Flick it 😉
I bet it will be better than any sex toy you’ll make at home!
�Any recommended premium sex toy?
�If you are willing to spend some money, then there is one really good option in the market.
But let me warn you – don’t waste money on cheap ebay optionsâ€?they are not worth the time. Hand will be betterâ€?I know, I tried.
Get yourself a Fleshlight! This company has really cracked the code and science behind the woman’s vagina and have created the most intense pocket pussies ever.
It will cost you $60â€?0, but it will be the best pleasure investment ever 🙂 And that thing lasts.
I’ve wrote more about masturbation techniques and dived deep into testing

(Popularity Rate: 83 ) What are 10 memorable images from Russian Doll that you love?

play. Just imagine if the question had been asked about stereotypes of any other ethnicity more in the spotlight. I am sure it doesn’t take too much imagination to see the politically correct implications.
There are some interesting cultural patters I have noticed.
Emotionally repressed. The average Russian has learned to conceal his or her emotional state as a social strategy. Such a person may behave very differently in safer, personal settings among friends. In the Russian language, there is a common expression about “experiencing emotionsâ€?as an event connected with enjoyment, for example a weekend trip to the mountains or a vacation with friends. Russians do not have a word for ‘funâ€?in their language and the word closest to it (развлечение) is best defined as a distraction or diversion although it is usually translated as entertainment or enjoyment. This experience is categorically exceptional because the range of emotions that Russians allow themselves to feel is often subject to socially mandated self control.
There are many notable exceptions and they tend to prove the rule – for example when a woman goes on a crying jag or a man goes on zapoy (a drinking binge) these events are often seen as cathartic and exceptional. Everybody knows you’re holding everything inside and so when you bust a spring every now and then, it is to be expected and its not a big deal or even a sign that anything is seriously wrong.
Emotional repression is also a contributing factor to Russian emotional intensity. Russians are deep feeling people and it could be argued that the parsimony in which they allow their feelings to be expressed contributes to the intensity of their emotional outbursts when they do occur. It is a curious paradox that Russians are so superficially concerned with emotional control but are very accepting of emotional outbursts that would be wildly inappropriate in other societies that consider themselves more emotionally developed or tolerant of emotional expression.
Tendency not to hold grudges. I have observed on many occasions how Russians argue and disagree but I am always surprised to see this is rarely a barrier to maintaining friendship or relations between men and women. In the West, when a person disrespects you or takes some action that affects you negatively, a wall is erected. The relationship cannot go forward until this wall is surmounted or removed. The parties involved will have to acknowledge the painful moment, discuss it and possibly go through years of therapy to overcome it. Russians will simply forget about it and such things are usually relegated to the past without much consequence. Typically, if someone has behaved particularly bad, he or she will apologize, possibly giving an excuse (“I was upset because my mother diedâ€?or “I had just lost my jobâ€?or whatever) and all is well. That’s it. There is little time spent in analytical naval gazing.
Chronic doubt in efficacy of any system. Russians often appear dishonest or possibly even devious to outsiders because they can’t seem to follow the rules. This is because the ‘rulesâ€?have never worked for them and that anything that has been accomplished has been achieved in spite of a system or approach designated to achieve it. This is a kind of determinism of Murphy’s Law that casts doubt on anything that is ‘officialâ€?despite the great need of order and structure. If you wait in line, you will be in the wrong line or whatever it is you are waiting for will not be available when it comes your turn. This is deeply programmed into most Russians.
At the same time, this chronic doubt is also a fountain of creativity and social cohesion. Finding alternative ways to get things done (called смекалка / smekalka in Russian) is a highly prized skill and generally encouraged.
Of course chronic mistrust of a system creates its own obstacles, but it is also a source of poetry, social bonding and immunity from the ravages of disappointment. Russians are happy to complain about how terrible everything is, but it is a subject much like the weather. While a foreigner might feel he is engaged in a conversation about politics, his or her Russian counterpart is probably just blowing off steam and talking about life in general. This can be confusing, but over time one can see that it is not about political convictions at all – it is just how things are. Russians are not necessarily oppressed by this, although they may be.
Inferiority complex. Russians tend to axiomatically think that they are far behind the rest of the world in just about everything. This has been called Peter the 1st Syndrome after the Tsar’s Western reforms that discouraged Russian customs and even the Russian language in favor of European customs and languages. The feeling that the grass is always greener somewhere else has a number of bizarre effects.
In the sphere of education, this feeling of inadequacy makes Russians in general obsessive and even fanatic lifelong learners. Russians are always trying some new thing to change their life, to improve themselves. Education is very important to Russians as it is key to everything life has to offer – success at work, in social engagement, relationships and with family. This is, in general, a very positive thing and results in discipline in youth (a kid determined to learn English) and flexibility in old age (an grandma determined to learn to ski). It is a source of humility and drive at the same time, one of Russia’s most amazing national characteristics.
Oddly enough, for those Russians who are deeply affected by this feeling of inadequacy, it can turn into a source of bizarre patriotism or Russia-first-ism in which the craziest facts and things are objects of obsession. Some will recall odd facts like the volume of the wheat harvest in such and such a year as proof that Russia was at one time ‘as good as the Westâ€?or someone will claim the inventor of a particular gadget was Russian or emphasize how ‘Europeanâ€?a particular institution or facility is. This is perhaps one of the most frustrating barriers to Russian manufacturing and quality control. There is a sense that ‘we shouldn’t even try – its a waste of timeâ€?and there are even well know national epigrams about this, my favorite being that of Viktor Chernomyrdin who famously said, “We strove for the best, but it turned out like always.” (Хотели как лучше, а получилось как всегда).
Much has been written about Russia’s cultural experience and view of World War II and this event cannot be stressed enough if one wants to understand Russia. The defeat of Nazi Germany is of epic importance to Russians as a moment that contradicts the otherwise ubiquitous assumption that anything foreign is better. The contrast between perennial self doubt and this moment of liberation under unforgiving and impossible circumstances is a matter of national pride that defines Russian self consciousness and contains the entire spectrum of the Russian psyche.
Transcendent. While many Russians claim they are not religious, the Orthodox world view is so deeply ingrained in what it means to be Russian that it goes without saying that any Russian view of what is good or beautiful, regardless of their formal religious affiliation, contains a transcendent world view. Russians are neither Europeans no Asians but an identity all of their own and this transcendental factor is a key component to the distinction. For Europeans, Russians appear enigmatic and irrational. For Asians, Russians are Westernized and Christian.
This transcendence has its root in Eastern Orthodoxy, but it is present in many secular attitudes as well. The Russian doleful worldview is primarily expressed in an acute awareness of suffering and death. The inescapably of suffering adds a kind of sobriety to the Russian character that is absolutely absent in post-Christian Europe or America. It is bound up with the expectation of disaster and the acknowledgement of the primordial helplessness of humanity to escape its fate.
The entire edifice of Communism was founded on a (not-entirely) secularized vision of this premise and the ‘miraculousâ€?hope was that Communism would replace the Church as the formal authority and source of vital energy for transcending material suffering. It didn’t work.
Even today, most Russians believe that inner peace comes from goodness and that love is more powerful than evil, despite the external success of evil. Russians are far more ready to internalize these views and to see good and evil dwelling within themselves, even Robot Sex Dollif they do not believe in God.
So there are my observations of R

(Popularity Rate: 10 ) Is it possible to fall in love with a life size silicon doll, knowing that feelings of love will never be reciprocated?

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(Popularity Rate: 34 ) As a girl, did you ever love guns more than dolls?

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(Popularity Rate: 61 ) How do you know if your woman is using sex toys?

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(Popularity Rate: 97 ) Are there any sex toys available online for under 1000 rs?

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