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Do You Use Toys During Foreplay? Kelly Rowland Thinks You Should

Adding toys to foreplay might be the key to curing your cabin fever and spicing up your sex life at the same damn time.

Kelly Rowland

The self-quarantine gives you and bae nothing but time, space, and opportunity to explore your kinks in the bedroom, and Kelly Rowland says that adding toys to your bedtime routine might be the key to curing your cabin fever and spicing up your sex life at the same damn time.

Wednesday, Kelly joined La La Anthony on Instagram Live for a girls' chat that took a very intimate turn and we were here for absolutely all of it. La La told Kelly:

"I am saying no to a toy! I really am. Sometimes you just want to get to it. You don't need all the extracurricular stuff going on."

Although La La remained adamant about her "straight-to-business" attitude in the bedroom, Kelly advised that her adult toybox only maximizes the fun. During their chat, Kelly even revealed her go-to toy, which, of course, is a fan favorite:

"You know the little rings that goes around…That's so nice"

Along with the unspoken joys of the coveted cock ring, Kelly revealed that toys can also be beneficial during foreplay. While one commenter suggested that sex toys may be intimidating to men, Kelly explained that toys can also be used as tools to deepen intimacy and intensify orgasms for both parties.

"You can always have a warmup, a brief warmup. And then have them watch your brief warmup and then have them join you."

While Kelly is normally tight-lipped about her sex life, in a 2016 interview with ELLE, the singer said that with maturity, comes the ability to give no f*cks.

"At 30… I'm going to sound so crazy, but, at 30, sex just got better. And then, at 31, life just got really good. At 33, I just stopped caring so much."

If you and your man are ready to level up your foreplay game, scroll below for 4 sex toys to add to your Amazon wishlist right now.

WE-VIBE Sync Adjustable Couples Vibrator with Remote and App Control 

Amazon

Let your partner give you all the vibes with this adjustable couples vibrator with 10 different modes that target your g-spot and your clitoris and can be controlled via remote or phone app.

$149

Doxy Massager

Amazon

Known as the most powerful personal electric massager, this toy did not come to play.

$139

LELO Tor 2 Couples' Vibrating Ring 

Amazon

With 6 unique pleasure settings, this waterproof fully rechargeable vibrating couples ring by LELO promises to give you pleasure in any position.

$97

Rocks Off Ass Berries Vibrating Butt Plug

Amazon

Whoever says you couldn't have your cake and eat it too was a damn lie and the Ass Berries Vibrating Butt Plug by Rocks Off is proof.

$17

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