When to buy a sex toy: Should you buy one?

It’s been a while since the last time a football team was accused of having a secret weapon for boosting sexual performance, and we all know how that ended.

But is it possible that the new generation of “fleshlights” that make sex toys like the Vibe and Vibrator, and even vibrators, feel even more pleasurable to the user, and perhaps even more stimulating?

The answer is, yes, according to a study conducted by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) and published in the Journal of Occupational Health.

The NIOSH researchers conducted a randomized controlled trial in which they tested the effect of different types of sex toys on women’s erectile function (EEF).

The study found that for women who used a vibrator, erectile dysfunction was reduced by 25%, while for women using a sex light the difference was only 6%.

The researchers did not report the amount of time women had to experience the effect, but it’s believed to be about a minute.

For men, the study found no effect on erectile performance.

While this might not seem like a big deal for most people, it does mean that it’s not always advisable to buy vibrators or sex toys that give you a real feeling of stimulation.

In this case, it might be better to stick to the cheaper sex toys with lower ratings on safety and reliability ratings.

If you do decide to buy one of these toys, be careful to read all of the warnings about potential health risks.