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Elle Magazine asks Nikki Darling about Choosing the Right Vibrator.

July 16, 2016

Elle Magazine recently asked some sex toy experts (including us!) for their advice on buying your first sex toy. 

“The biggest hurdle to buying a sex toy can be embarrassment, often alongside a belief that using sex toys means there is something wrong with your natural sexual functioning,” says Lauren, “However, if we really think about what the purpose of a toy is, we see that they are just objects designed to enhance play.”

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