Are you interested in male masturbators but have no clue how to use them? Would you like to understand everything about male masturbators? You’ve come to the right place because this article has discussed how to use a male masturbator, including; using it, uses, preparing a private space, and injecting lotion or lubricating. You may be surprised to learn that male masturbators come in just about as many varieties as vibrators. Male masturbators come in a wide variety of sizes. Some are pocket-sized or shorter than half the length of an average penis, while others are long enough to cover the whole length of most penises. Regardless of the kind you have, the general way to use them is the same. You have to slide in your penis and enjoy though there is so much more to them than that, and this article will help you understand everything you need to know about using a male masturbator. What You Need To Use A Masturbator Ensure you know what you need before using a masturbator. It’s important to prepare lubricant and condoms if it is your first time using the masturbator or planning on using it repeatedly. Lubricant Lubricant on masturbators is a must because masturbators are made of material that adheres to the skin, so you can’t put your penis in without injecting lubricant. It would be painful to put your penis in a masturbator without injecting a lubricant. Most masturbators come with several small sachets of lotion, but it’s important to have a separate supply since you’ll be using the masturbator repeatedly. Herbenick et al. (2011) stated that lubricant could also be used for regular masturbation and sex. Avoid Using Silicone Lubricant. There are many types of lubricants. Don’t go for a silicone lubricant if you plan to use them on the masturbator because it can melt or deform the material used to make the masturbator (Preciado, 2013). A silicone lubricant has a feature that prevents it from drying out, which may shorten the life of your masturbator. Condoms Condoms are not necessary. Using a masturbator without having a condom on is more enjoyable than having it on. Diekman et al . (2000) noted that wearing a condom is a good way to increase safety. You can wash and reuse masturbators, but they can harbor bacteria if you leave them unwashed. Condoms come in handy in such circumstances. Wearing a condom also makes it easier to wash the masturbator. You lose some pleasure while using a condom, but if you value safety, you should use them. Basic Use Of Masturbators You can unpack and enjoy your masturbator once you have everything required for the male masturbator. You can follow the following steps. Prepare a private spaceClean your masturbator thoroughly before using it.Inject lotion or lubricant.Remove air and insert your penis.Take all the time you need and enjoy your ejaculation. The steps may seem easy, but you need to know things in each procedure, summarized below. Prepare A Private Space You need a relaxing space if you use a masturbator to masturbate. You may embarrass yourself if you fail to get a private space. This is because masturbation with a masturbator cannot be hidden if someone walks in on you. Always take care not to be caught while using a masturbator to prevent such embarrassing moments. Clean Your Masturbator Thoroughly before Using it Ehrenreich & English (2011) suggested that you could remove your masturbator from the box and clean it because unused masturbators maybe get dirt during shipping. The dirt on the masturbator may make germs stick to your penis, so ensure you clean it thoroughly before using it. This may seem tiresome, but you must enjoy your masturbators safely. Inject Lotion Or Lubricant Pour the lubricant or lotion into them once you’ve cleaned up the masturbator. Put reasonable amounts of lotion in the masturbator because you may stint your hands and the floor if you put too much. Grip the masturbator a few times to blend it in to ensure it is spread once the lubricant or lotion is injected. Remove Air And Insert Your Penis Most individuals forget to do this. Grab the masturbator injected with lubricant or lotion, and let the air inside escape before inserting your penis. This will make your penis and the masturbator stick together, making it comfortable to use. This will make your penis feel like it’s being sucked in, but if the air is left in the masturbator, the stimulation will be dispersed, and you won’t have as much fun. Take All The Time You Need And Ejaculate Slowly move the masturbator up and down to enjoy the masturbation once the masturbator is deflated and your penis is inside. Male masturbators are soft materials that allow varying stimulation depending on your grip. Ejaculate into the masturbator when you are unable to hold back anymore. Clean your masturbator and store it safely until the next time you use it once you’ve enjoyed ejaculating, How To Enjoy Masturbation Following all the steps mentioned above, male masturbators will give you the best pleasure, though that’s not all that makes masturbators so appealing. Below is some information to help you enjoy masturbators more. Follow carefully and practice techniques used by the experts.Use different types of masturbators to experience mind-blowing orgasms.Manage your masturbators correctly to make them last longer. The more you use masturbators, the more you are exposed to different masturbators, and the more they will fascinate you. Your masturbator will make you feel good about yourself every time you use them if you handle masturbators carefully. Conclusion This article will be perfect for you if it is your first time using a masturbator. Always clean your masturbators before using them, and let the lubricant or lotion sink in before inserting your penis. Also, there are many ways you can enjoy masturbators, and depending on how you use them, you can increase the pleasure of masturbators. Use a masturbator solo or with a partner to satisfy your sexual pleasures. Treat your masturbators with care to avoid contracting germs affecting your penis. Embrace and enjoy their charm. Reference: Diekman, A. B., Gardner, W. L., & Mcdonald, M. (2000). Love Means Never Having To Be Careful: The Relationship Between Reading Romance Novels And Safe Sex Behavior. Psychology Of Women Quarterly, 24(2), 179-188. Ehrenreich, B., & English, D. (2011). Complaints And Disorders: The Sexual Politics Of Sickness. Feminist Press At CUNY. Herbenick, D., Reece, M., Hensel, D., Sanders, S., Jozkowski, K., & Fortenberry, J. D. (2011). Association Of Lubricant Use With Women’s Sexual Pleasure, Sexual Satisfaction, And Genital Symptoms: A Prospective Daily Diary Study. The Journal Of Sexual Medicine, 8(1), 202-212.Preciado, P. B. (2013). 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