can using sex toys ( dildos, vibrators) too much cause any harm ??
im now 16 and ive been using dildo's and the like for about 4 years now !! mainly "boring" them of off my mum when i found them once, surprisingly i got into it quite quickly from a young age without any pain but it did start off as a bit of a squeeze :) i probably use them about twice to three times a day !! could this ever harm me and do i do it too much ( for my age) ???
Well the use of toys won't hurt you, and if a few times a day is what pleases you, then so be it. BUT - you should NOT be sharing toys with ANYONE!!!!! This is totally unsanitary and can cause infection for you and your mother. And quite frankly - it's just disgusting. I think that you should try to get your own toys or learn to use your hands.
Physically, if you're careful enough, it shouldn't cause any harm. As long as you're not rough with them, it's pretty much just like masturbating. Two things though: DO NOT share sex toys with anyone, even if it's from your mother. You probably wouldn't share your toothbrush either, would you? It's the same thing.
Another thing, and especially at your age, it's important that you don't become too addicted to sex toys. If you get too used to using them and how they feel, later on having sex with someone may not be satisfying to you at first. Psychological issues also play an important role here, so be aware of them as well.
Other than that, just be careful and everything will be alright.
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