9 Internal Sex Toys For Beginners

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There are a lot of sex toys out there. So if you are someone who has never ventured into the wild array of them, you might feel a little intimidated at the prospect of trying things out for the first time. That's OK! Which toys might be for you all depends on what you like, and if you aren't totally sure, that's cool, too. If you have a suspicion or a certainty that you want to try some toys and vibrations to put inside the vagina, some straight-forward internal sex toys for beginners are the way to start.

Jamie J. LeClaire, a sexologist and sex and relationship educator in Philadelphia, says their own experiences with sex-toy purchases have gone a little haywire before, but that's part of the learning curve, so they have some basic rules to live by: body-safe only (meaning toys made of non-porous silicone, glass, wood, and stainless steel), get yourself a good water-based lube, and last but certainly not least, make sure you check the size and dimensions when purchasing something online.

"I once purchased vibrating anal beads that looked no larger than my finger and it ended up being larger than my head, needless to say, that’s still in storage," LeClaire says. See, we all begin somewhere!

Below, look at some suggestions for some internal vibrators that might be fun for you to explore as a toy newbie.