I was a pitifully late bloomer. Tasted my first raw oyster in my 40s and used my first vibrator at 60! If you haven’t done either, you have no idea what you’re missing.
Oysters can be pretty costly, at $2.50 or more apiece, especially because they slide down the throat in seconds and the pleasure of their ocean fresh, briny taste is gone in a flash. (I’m also not so sure they’re quite the aphrodisiacs they’re professed to be.)
Vibrators! They’re a whole other story. Costing about the same as a dozen oysters, the vibrator will give you joy (bliss, elation, ecstasy) for years. It won’t substitute for a partner (although it sure can in a pinch), but it does bring out the joyful aspect of sexual play. Lots of couples in healthy, long-term relationships use vibrators to give variety to their sexual liaisons.
The Body Blossom, a new vibrator from our friends at Sinclair Institute, is a little wonder toy. Stimulates two important areas simultaneously, has five power levels and works in or out of the shower or bath. It’ll help you get where you want to go faster, and help your partner, too.
I recommend you introduce it into your life now. And, with Sinclair’s exclusive 20 percent discount for FOFs, it’ll give you great pleasure with not a bit of guilt. –Geri Brin
P.S. When you check out to buy The Body Blossom, enter code GOODVIBES (valid until Memorial Day).
Let us know– Have YOU ever used a vibrator?