Masturbation and the attitude :: of some Americans to it roots in history. There exist many evidences proving that just few centuries ago some parents thought the masturbation is a sin or leads to man diseases. They compelled their daughters to wear gloves made of special material called steel wool (like scourers) at night. In addition, they forced them to pour a powder on genitals that made all touches to them very painful. The boys were forced to wear at night metal chastity belts. Of course, the erection is such "clothes" was also painful. Sometimes their methods were very brutal, they new no bounds. To prevent masturbation they pieced the foreskin of their sons with a wire and soldered the ends. Thus the foreskin didn't move. Parents really believed masturbation leads to madness, illness, blindness, impotence and sexual pathologies. In our days it was already proved that it's not true.
You have to remember :: Before using vibrator for the first time, you have to cleanse it in antiseptic (chlorhexidine, miramistin) or lubricant, which contains antiseptic, or you have to clean it with soap in warm water avoiding water penetration into the battery compartment;-It is more hygienic to use vibrator with condom-Before using, cleanse your vibrator with corresponding lubricant, silicon or water lube in order to remove discomfort and probability of mucous tunic irritation during intercourse
If you've never used :: vaginal cream, here are few tips to make vaginal cream application easy and quick. First of all, find a comfortable place to apply the cream, it may be you bed. Gently squeeze tube with cream from the bottom to take a sufficient amount of cream. Then, unscrew the applicator from the tube. Lie on back with knees drawn towards you and entirely insert applicator deep into your vagina. Press the plunger downward until it reaches its original position. You should clean reusable applicators by pulling the plunger to remove it from the barrel. Wash it with mild soap and warm water. Never use very hot water to prevent damage to reusable applicators. Most vaginal creams should be stored at room temperature.