Female sex toys, by now (or since Charlotte got off with a Rabbit on Sex and the City) are an accepted and even expected part of a straight woman’s boudoir. Likewise, the LGBT community seems to have little problem using and talking about sex toys. The last frontier, of course, is the straight man. I may be generalizing here, but it seems like most straight men are reluctant to use sex toys—especially when it comes to having them being used on themselves. (Perhaps centuries of not being sexually oppressed has actually been more oppressive than we thought.)
To break the ice, it might be handy if women started keeping some male sex toys in the arsenal—you know, in case a particularly adventurous mood strikes. Or, if guys aren't afraid to suggest a little something different, it could be a good idea for dudes to keep some toys handy as well. With that in mind, here are some less intimidating male sex toys that women might actually want in their bedrooms.