6 Ways to Use Your Sex Toys Together This Valentine’s Day

6 Ways to Use Your Sex Toys Together This Valentine’s Day

Sex toys are great for solo play and masturbation, of course. But they can also enhance sex with your partner. Whether you’ve just recently started dating or you’ve been together for years, using sex toys together can improve your sex life, bring you closer together, and help you both explore your sexuality more deeply. 

With Valentine’s Day approaching, we wanted to share some ideas for different ways you can use your sex toys together. 

Play with a Long-Distance Sex Toy

Play with a Long-Distance Sex Toy

If you live apart or won’t be together for Valentine’s Day, why not experiment with a long-distance or app-controlled sex toy? These toys operate via Bluetooth and the internet, and can allow you to control your partner’s pleasure from anywhere in the world.

Some of our favourite app-controlled toys include the We-Vibe Chorus and Ditto and the Ohmibod Esca. Phone sex and cyber sex will never be the same again! If you’re feeling really daring, why not get on camera and watch each other play? 

Watch Each Other Masturbate

No-one knows how you like to be touched better than you do. But have you and your partner ever watched each other masturbate with your sex toys?

Masturbating in front of someone else is a vulnerable experience and it can be a bit scary. But it’s also super sexy, not to mention a great way to learn more about each other’s bodies and preferences. 

If you need a little help relaxing, why not slip on a blindfold before you start playing? This will help you forget you’re being watched and get in the mood. Not to mention that removing one sense heightens all the others, so you might just experience a more powerful orgasm, too. 

Experiment with Orgasm Control

Experiment with Orgasm Control

Orgasm control is a kind of BDSM play that involves one partner having control of when the other is allowed to orgasm. It can be a great way to play with your sex toys together. Try using a stroker or a powerful wand vibrator on your partner and telling them they’re not allowed to get off until you say so. How long will they last? 

Another option is to play with edging, which is when you bring someone almost to the point of orgasm and then stop. It can heighten the eventual orgasm and make it so much more intense! How long will it take before they beg for release?

Get Out of Your Comfort Zone

Do you always play with your toys in the same way? This Valentine’s Day, try getting out of your sex toy comfort zone. 

Why not treat yourselves to a new toy and try something new? If you always play with dildos, try a vibrator. If you have never played with an anal toy before, give it a go! 

You can also use the toys you already have in different ways. For example, did you know that vibrations can feel amazing on penises? You could also experiment with anal play with your dildo (as long as it has a flared base) or see how vibrations feel on nipples, balls, or other erogenous zones. 

Stimulate Her Clit While You Have Sex

Stimulate Her Clit While You Have Sex

Most women and people with vulvas need clitoral stimulation to reach orgasm. Exact figures range from 65% to 95% depending on which study you believe. You can make sex even more pleasurable and increase your chances of climaxing together by adding clitoral stimulation.

You can get wearable sex toys that provide external pleasure for her hands free. The We-Vibe Sync and Chorus are two of the most popular. You can also use a small bullet vibrator that fits between your bodies without getting in the way. The We-Vibe Tango, Blush Nocturnal Lipstick Vibe, and Sensuelle Joie are all great options. 

Tie Each Other Up

If you’re into bondage or just curious, why not tie up your partner and use your sex toys on them? Use cuffs to clip their hands behind their back, or tie them to the bed with ropes, and have fun. Once they’re restrained and helpless, find out what happens when you tease all their sweet spots with their favorite toy. 


Remember to communicate with your partner and always get consent before you try something new. Make sure you’re both happy and on board with everything you’re doing. It’s a good idea to talk about new things you want to try in advance, rather than springing it on your partner in the heat of the moment. 

However you decide to play with your sex toys together this Valentine’s Day, have fun!

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Kayla L. Written by Kayla L..

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