What she was up to he wasn’t sure, explained my patient. My patient who presented to my virtual clinic because she had ordered and loved the womanizer, a clitorial stimulation device and would escape to her room for a little “afternoon delight.” She’d been doing this for months but had never told her husband. But he made a comment about her locking their bedroom door and wondering what she was doing in there.
This made her nervous. She didn’t know what to do. She was looking for guidance on whether or not she should tell her husband that was using the best sex toy ever. This couple had been married for twenty years and she was embarrassed to say that although she loved her husband, the sex had become mundane.
Not to mention she was working from home and her children were doing online school. The stress was building which was why she had ordered the womanizer in the first place. And she loved the womanizer and found it very helpful for her ever increasing stress life.
She would sneak away, use her womanizer which provided her with an incredible orgasm and it helped her fall asleep for a “quickie nap” or at night. She just didn’t know whether or not to tell her husband.
Whether or not a woman should tell her husband/spouse/lover/partner is entirely up to her. There are many factors that come into play not the least of which is communication and the state of the relationship. But bringing sex toys into the bedroom with a husband or partner can add a whole new level of excitement to the relationship.
It’s important to communicate to your husband or lover that a toy could never replace the connection you have with one another. There is nothing like human touch. The womanizer is close second and has the potential to enhance lovemaking. Not to mention bring you to great heights so much faster. Who wouldn’t want that for a woman?
To be honest, I don’t know if she should tell her husband but I do know she should tell a friend!
Maureen McGrath RN NCA is a Sexual Health Educator and founder at GetCleopatra.com. She hosts the Sunday Night Health Show, a National Radio program on Corus Radio that airs live on Sunday Nights 8-10 pm PST.