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Rita Ora, vibrators and sex toys in supermarkets?

By Orin Ruaine-Prattley 2 months ago. Posted in Hot Gossip
Rita Ora, vibrators and sex toys in supermarkets?

At this point Rita Ora has a pretty successful resume. Being a current pop sensation and a judge on the 'X Factor' and 'The Voice.'

Recently Ora's brain was picked by members of the public about a range of topics. Relationship problems, political opinion and vibrators being sold in supermarkets.

Let's skip straight to the saucy stuff. One person was troubled about their allergy to PVC combined with their low threshold meant they were unable to be as sexually adventurous as their partner would prefer.

Hard PVC sex toys are preferred by many because their non-porous, this means their comfortable and easy to clean!

rita ora 1 Image sourced from ritaora(Instagram)

She responded quickly with some great advice. Stating that just because you aren't comfortable with certain fetishes doesn't mean you are square. Partners need to provide understanding from each other's perspectives and be empathetic when someone isn't comfortable with something.

The key here is communication! Communicate your desires and if someone isn't comfortable, is there a less intimidating option? For the full rundown see '2 Concepts to Understand Before Introducing Adult Toys into a Relationship.'

rita ora 3 Image sourced from ritaora(Instagram)

Ora was asked a few more questions, one containing someone's struggle to save money. The popstar said that she’s 'pretty responsible' when it comes to splashing out and only treats herself when something is 'one in a million.'

She advises people wanting to save to stop spending money on shopping, drinking and vaping, if you vape.

Another sexual tangent occurred when a 66-year-old asked whether Sainsbury's selling vibrators means the end for uptight British society.

Sainsburys-Hedon Image sourced from hulldailymail

For those who don't know Sainsburys is the second largest supermarket chain in the UK and recently it dipped into the Adult Industry, now featuring a range of vibrators in store.

Sainsbury's decided to sell sex toys after a survey showed that there was a decline in the number of people reporting satisfied sex lives. Therefore, making a few vibrators and massagers a bit more accessible was a potential solution.

The inclusion has been controversial. It's positive from a sexually positive perspective, acknowledging the importance of pleasure in the bedroom, sexual communication, self-love and lessening the general stigma that sex toys are strange.

The other side of the debate is whether a supermarket should double as a sex therapist, whether customers feel comfortable buying sex toys in that sort of environment and obviously it's a family store with children.

rita ora 4 Image sourced from ritaora(Instagram)

Ora thought it was great that you can buy sex toys in Sainsbury's. Are vibrators on her exclusive one in a million list?

Whatever your opinion on Sainsbury's, normalising the use of sex toys, embracing pleasure, kinks and the use of sex toys is a good thing! The more satisfied we are, the better our relationships will become!

Checkout Adulttoymegastore's range of sex toys, including vibrators, dildos, bondage and anal toys.

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