An unusual new toy trend is making its mark in Australia with women purchasing inexpensive ‘tongue vibrators’ to simulate oral sex. Smile Makers Collection, who sell ‘personal massagers’ on their website, have explained that the vibrating ‘tongues’ are extremely discreet and capable of acting much like a human partner would. ‘The perfect characteristic of a tongue vibrator is you can really be adventurous with where it lingers on your body without having a partner contouring themselves to do so,’ the company wrote on its blog. A wild new toy trend is making its mark in Australia with women purchasing inexpensive tongue vibrators to simulate oral sex While they can be used on their own, adding water-based lubricant to the end will make the movements feel even more realistic. ‘Holding your sensual toy at a slight distance so it is barely touching you, put it on its highest setting so that the powerful motion creates a flicking effect against you,’ they said. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Australia’s sex toy habits exposed: Experts reveal the best… From pleasure beads for ‘intense orgasms’ to a best-selling… Would you pay $65 for a sex toy? The unusual new ‘unicorn’… ‘It’s luxurious and quiet’: The… Read full this story
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