But do the latest and greatest sex machines really offer better sexual experiences than the real thing - or even come close? Are we really being beaten by robots when it comes to providing pleasure to our partners? Getting laid was once an act of skill involving the careful wooing of a potential partner. Now, anyone can get their kicks so long as they have an internet connection, a plug socket and a discreet place to enjoy the world's most incredible, immersive virtual sex simulators.
So why are so few guys using them? Or at least admitting to using them? Partly because a man's ability to cultivate an orgasm is quite easy -- especially when compared to a woman's. Guys usually don't need much to get off, so spending money (good money, because these things aren't cheap) on something that you can do yourself seems kind of redundant.
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A: You can’t always enjoy playtime in the bath, shower, pool or hot tub and unfortunately, not all male sex toys have the capability to be used around water. This is an extremely important factor to consider, especially if you’re purchasing a high-tech device with electronic components. Products not made to be around moisture can malfunction or break, and most manufacturers’ warranties don’t cover willful negligence.