20 Types of Kinky Sex Toys You Should Have

20 Types of Kinky Sex Toys You Should Have

If you're reading this, maybe you're the proud owner of a vibrator. Your pantyhose hats are off to you! You may use vibrators for sex alone, with your partner, or with many partners.

The problem is that many sex-having babes believe that the pleasure of sex gadgets begins and ends with their buzzy best friend.

The kink-curious and the BDSM-enthusiasts alike will find our list of 28 various sex toy kinds helpful, giving some much-needed attention to frequently ignored motor-free, kinky sex toys a lot of love.

Attention: Lisa Finn, a sex educator at sex toy store Babeland, explains that in BDSM (bondage, discipline, sadism, and masochism), there is a guiding concept known as RACK, which stands for risk-aware consensual kink.

The core is that everyone engaging in a sex act understands the dangers and will do all in their power to minimize those dangers.

RACK is an excellent technique for all sorts of sex since consent and safety should be at the forefront of each sexual encounter.

If you've never heard of kinky toys before, this guide will help you discover them. However, don't rely just on this to learn how to properly and securely use them.

Blindfolds

A blindfold is the one kinky sex item that none of the non-kinks seem to mind.

The other senses may be enhanced with blindfolds, making the experience even more intense.

Couples need to have trust and excellent communication skills while using a blindfold. It's best to avoid blindfolding play with someone if you don't have one of these things in common.

There is no need to spend a lot of money on a sophisticated blindfold; all you need is a tie or tube sock.

Hoods

Using a hood may help a performer get into character for a specific scene or sensory deprivation during a performance.

Bondage hoods

These fetish hoods are made to cover the head of the submissive.

Puppy hoods

Dog play is a type of BDSM where people play the part of a puppy, either in its primitive or playful nature, while others pretend to be its owner.

Isolation hoods

Wearing a thick isolation hood blocks out all external noise. 

Many Dominants add earplugs, blindfolds, or a gag to their submissive's isolation hood to increase the level of submission.

Collars and chokers

There are many sorts of neck gear, ranging from visually representing "ownership" in a BDSM dynamic to inhibiting breathing or mobility.

Neck gear might be a little snug, but it shouldn't be too restrictive. Keep a finger between the device collar and your throat to minimize harmful pressure.

Collars

A submissive is expected to wear a collar as part of the BDSM visual accouterment. People who wear one of these collars may be seen as initiating a BDSM scene.

Some D/s couples use them to symbolize their dedication to the relationship, much as wedding bands do.

Wearing one for submissives may be both emotional and romantic.

Posture collars

It's a thicker and longer collar meant to surround the neck and limit movement, making it a posture collar.

Chokers

Chokers are often a type of necklace for many people.

As for chokers in a BDSM environment, they're used to symbolize a dominance and subservience connection and provide a specific physical feeling around the neck. 

In contrast to collars, anybody may wear chokers, regardless of their relationship status.

Gags

Those with an oral fixation and those who like the power shift when one partner gives up their ability to speak vocally will enjoy gags.

Setting nonverbal safe phrases before gag play is a must. 

Ball gags

This kind of gag has a ball that enters the mouth. They have a strap around the head to keep them in place.

You may purchase balls of different sizes. There are little and huge ones.

Regardless of size and form, you'll want a material like silicone that's both sterilized and won't break your teeth.

Mouth spreaders

Mouth spreaders, as opposed to ball gags, widen the mouth.

Spreaders allow a person to be orally penetrated when they cannot communicate verbally.

Clamps

Various areas of the body require different kinds of clamps. Clamps may either limit movement or provide an exciting sense of being pulled or squeezed by applying pressure to the skin.

Nipple clamps

The nipple clamp's feeling varies depending on how tight it is and where you put it on the nipple/breast.

When they are pulled or twisted, they may cause pain, a surge of intense feeling, and a profound sense of relief when removed.

When the clamps are removed, all the blood rushes back to the nipple, resulting in a tingling feeling and intense pain.

Screws on specific nipple clamps enable you to play with the tightness of the clamp. All nipple shapes and sizes will not fit these.

Genital clamps

Genital clamps may be used in various ways, and the options are limitless!

Alternatively, you might put a clamp around the clitoris' base and then release it to stop blood flow.

You may also put a couple of clamps on the inner and outer labia to hold them in place. Splay out the labia or tug on the labia to create a splayed-out, relaxed look.

Using clamps along with the scrotum or the foreskin, you may confine a person with a penis.

When employing genital clamps, pay particular attention to the color of the skin. Before the area becomes too black, try to remove the clamps.

Nose clamps

Nose clamps come in three primary varieties.

Some of these breathing restrictors resemble classic clothespins intended to be placed in your nose to work. A submissive might have a lot of joy wearing them while engaging in oral sex.

Others, known as "nose shackles," hold the septum in place by going into the nose.

Predicament bondage scenarios often employ this. You'll yank on your genitals, nipples, or whatever else the clamp is tied to if you move in one way or another.  It sounds uncomfortable, but it can also be a hot psychological experience.

Hooks are the third group of clamps.

It is possible to make someone seem like a piggy by putting a nose hook on their nose. Medical play is also a terrific use with these toys.

In addition to causing the nose to flow, hooks may also make play messy and particularly embarrassing.

Impact toys

When it comes to impact play, it's all about having fun with it.

Spanking with a hand or one of the following toys is an example of impact play.

Sensations range from the pleasant and massage-like to the extremely painful, from the stinging to the thunderous.

Floggers

Tails are attached to the end of the handle of the flogger.

In addition to chains, some are constructed of leather.

You'll feel the most pressure and weight when you use floggers with more tails at the end.

The sensation is more intense when there are fewer tails.

Paddles

The paddles resemble ping-pong paddles and are designed to strike a larger surface area at once. An enormous amount of force and impact is generated due to this.

Canes

Compared to a standard walking cane, an impact cane is entirely different. It's much, much thinner.

Canes are typically constructed of wood, and they may be used to deliver a single painful strike.

Because canes have a smaller surface area than paddles, they produce more localized.

Whips

Using a whip properly involves a lot of skill and expertise, and whipping someone is the most difficult one. Beginners should avoid them.

A whip, when wielded appropriately, delivers fast, painful slashes to the body.

Restraints

Imagine how great it would be if a lover could provide that experience entirely hands-free instead of just holding your hands over your head. 

Restraints may be used during sexual activity to keep someone from moving. The four most popular types are shown below.

Rope

One of the best things about rope is how versatile it is.

Rope bondage is both time-consuming slow, and beautiful. It can involve suspension. Irresistible pairings include anything from impact to old-fashioned intercourse.

In addition, it might change the position of your body, resulting in a new feeling. Moreover, it's a matter of trust and dom/sub. 

A bondage specialist can help you choose the best sort of rope to use based on the material and construction details. Cotton rope, which is gentler on the skin, would be a nice place to start.

Binders

In the BDSM world, arm binders are the most common form of immobilization.

Leg bindings are also available that prevent the user from independently bending or moving their knee.

These aren't for beginners in BDSM, but they're a terrific addition to the sex toy inventory of an experienced kinkster.

Bondage tape

It is possible to use bondage tapes to form hand or ankle cuffs, hold someone's wrists down, or do various other things!

Unlike duct tape, bondage tape only adheres to itself, not to your skin or hair.

Keep an eye out for nearby candles if you're going to be investigating tape play. In some instances, heating an adhesive may make it overly sticky, causing it to rip the top layer of skin off as the tape is removed.

Shackles

Shackles are ankle or wrist shackles made of metal or leather.

Like the other restraints, Shackles are intended to restrict or humiliate the submissive.

Conclusion

Kink and bondage toys may be a fantastic addition to any sexual activity, provided that all parties involved are informed of the potential risks and give their agreement to engage.