What is more powerful?
Some sex toys have "gag-inducing" features. These features cause your partner to gasp or stop what he or she is doing when they use it. Some do have "lube-spoiling" features, making them less sticky or slippery and more pleasurable. Some have "softening" features, which make sex more pleasant for the person using it.
You might notice that some of the toys on this page have a "gag-inducing" feature or both a "softening" and a "lube-spoiling" feature. Most have a softening feature, but some don't have one at all. Some have both softening and lube-spoiling features. What is your sex toy's main advantage?
What do you think of "lube-spoiling" toys? Should they be banned? Are you satisfied with the "softening" or "gag-inducing" features of your toy? If not, which ones should be banned? If you're satisfied, why?
Let's talk about the basics first. The "gag-inducing" feature means that the toy makes your partner's dick feel uncomfortable and/or painful. I've often heard this term used to describe vibrators. This is one of the ways that sex toys can make someone uncomfortable, so it makes sense that manufacturers might add some kind of "gag-inducing" feature.
The "softening" feature means that the toy's material will make it easier for the body to relax, especially around the penis.