Post # 1
Are you and your new husband planning on bringing sex toys on the honeymoon? Are you a newlywed who did/didn’t?
Feel free to just vote in the poll and not post a written response if you’re shy 🙂
If you’re not shy, got any recommendations for the rest of us?
Post # 3
we own different ones but we havent discuss it… i think i need to mention it
Post # 4
I’m not shy at all, so I’ll post and say that my husband(!) and I just went out and picked out a bunch of stuff for our honeymoon. (We leave tomorrow)
If you’re in the SF Bay Area, Good Vibrations is a great resource, because it’s a shop designed for women; no creepy dudes allowed! They also have a very comprehensive website: http://www.goodvibes.com/main.jhtml
Post # 5
Eh…I’m not saying that I’m against them. Just not for the honey moon. I prefer it was just him and I. Both just enjoying each others company. To me, I see toys as a way to help improve a sex life that may have become a little dull in time. Not saying that anyones relationship is dull if you’re using them. Plus I’d rather our honeymoon be more intimate and romantic, than kinky and sexy. You know what I mean?
Post # 6
We have used toys before, it has been a while. We might! I’ll have to ask him what he thinks. The only thing is, I am so afraid of it turning on mid-flight and having some sort of security person search the bag in front of me. I would die!
Post # 7
@Miss Olive You could always take the batteries out and put them in when you get there. That would be totally embarrassing if that happened!
Post # 8
The first thing Darling Husband said when we decided on a road trip honeymoon rather than fly anywhere was “great, now we can take as many toys as we want and not worry about having our bags inspected.” So yes, we took a bunch along and had a great honeymoon 🙂 We use them quite often in regular life, so it wasn’t anything particularly out of the ordinary for us. We still had lots of intimate, romantic moments without them too…especially in the pool of our beach house…or is that Too Much Information 🙂
Post # 9
We haven’t gone on a honeymoon yet but we probably won’t bring any on our anniversary trip because every time we travel, our bags are inspected and I really don’t want TSA seeing that stuff!
Post # 10
I would hate to have that happen in an airport! My bff had one “confiscated” at the airport in Mexico. Going on a trip w/her long term bf.
In this day and age of crazy things the wacko terrorists would do, I know they’re looking for strange stuff that looks electronic. Well let’s just say they found her toy and waved it all around in front of the other passengers, until they took it to the back and then tested it (yea, they wanted to see what it did..was it a bomb or something?) and decided it was harmless after that.
I laughed my butt off at her when she called me after that. This happened about five years ago.
Post # 11
@bellenga ahhh I voted “maybe” but your story scares me haha but I can totally see it happening now!!!
Luckily, my fiance’ and I are driving to our “mini moon” and won’t take our big trip till our one year or something so I have time to figure it out
Post # 12
I took an electronic tooth brush with me when I went on a 4 day hike in the Andes. I had a porter to carry my larger bag and apparently the tooth brush got set off. The porter couldn’t figure out what the vibration was and one of my friends had to dig through my bag to turn it off. Thankfully it was really just a tooth brush.
My fiance and I travel a lot and the toys always come with us. I don’t care who sees. They are necessary.
Post # 13
We didn’t bring our toys, but we brought other goodies like lube (yeah no shocker there) and our kama sutra book. In fact, I don’t know why we didn’t bring them…hmmm. Probably ran out of room in our suitcase! Now that you mention it, i’ll be sure to pack something small and buzzy for our vacation in a few weeks.
Post # 14
Not a conversation we’ve had yet, but to anyone who’s in the market for such things, I highly recommend Lelo toys. They are a Swedish company who makes toys based on the contours of the female (and male) form, rather than the cheap cartoonish-looking (or gross-looking) stuff you find in toy shops. The textures are fantastic as well. Not cheap though.
[Edit] Just noticed their website is currently giving the option to fill out a customer survey for a 20% off coupon, woohoo!
Post # 15
- Wedding: June 2010 - Ceremony - First United Methodist Church; Reception - My parents' house!
Nope. I think I’m one of the only females I know that haven’t ever owned/used/etc one. They make me nervous. :p