Kandi is definitely on to something with the Beroom Kandi sex toy line she announced she’s launching on the season premier of the Real Housewives of Atlanta.
A new study by Indiana University’s Center for Sexual Health Promotion asked over 3,000 men and women between the ages of 18 and 60 if they thought vibrators were intimidating to a woman’s partner. Seventy percent of men disagreed or strongly disagreed, and 63% of women disagreed or strongly disagreed.
This response makes sense according to Dr. Charlie Glickman, Education Manager of the sex shop GoodVibes. He told the Loop21:
We have seen more men coming to us to get vibrators, whether for a partner or to use together. As more women have discovered how much fun vibes can be, more guys have become willing to include them in their sex lives.
As long as you don’t end up with an injury like this woman, it sounds like it’s all good.
Have you ever tried to convince your man to bring vibrators into the bedroom? What was his reaction?
Brande Victorian is a blogger and culture writer in New York City. Follower her on Twitter at @be_vic.
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