Problems only arise when we turn to more unusual items to make ourselves climax, some of which could be damaging to our genitals. Earlier this year, we warned men not to masturbate with pineapple juice it will sting and could lead to infections or to rub toothpaste on their penises to last longer in bed. Now, we have to tackle a tooth-related masturbation method as a few days ago, an old story started circulating the internet. It tells the tale of a woman who confessed that she used to masturbate with her electric toothbrush. It may cause soreness, bleeding, and increase your risk of contracting an STI as the infection can enter through open wounds.
Please DON’T pleasure yourself with an electric toothbrush, docs warn
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File this under: The More You Know. And thank me later. You know that saying that anything's a dildo if you're brave enough? Well, no.
Please don’t masturbate with an electric toothbrush
So when I packed to go on an 8-day vacation last week, I surveyed my vibe collection to see which would be the most travel-friendly for a trip with a large group of people sharing bedrooms in an open, airy beach house. In the end, I decided against packing any of them, because I knew they were all too loud or large to not draw attention. But by day 6 of my trip I was going out of my mind , and I decided I needed to be a little more self-reliant in self-pleasuring.
It was a Thursday night and we were watching the cinematic classic Auntie Mame. He lays one hand on Mame. My chest pounding — surely 12 is too young for a heart attack — I fled to the bathroom. It was there that I came to the stunning realization that it was not, in fact, my heart pulsating at the speed of a viral meme, but my vagina throbbing like the bass line of a Metallica song. Awoken to the beat of my ever-palpitating vaginal glands, it became the soundtrack to my daily routine.