Exploring new realms of sexual activities keeps the spice in a relationship, and for the most part, a man with an erect penis is literally up for just about anything. Still, many men are hesitant about using vibrators in sex play, even if they may seem more eagerly adventurous in other areas. Used properly, a vibrator poses no threat to a guy's penis health, and the rewards can be substantial. The following gives some ideas on how couples may incorporate vibrators into their sex play; even initially reluctant males usually find that they enjoy the experience enormously once they take the plunge.

Ladies: Reassure him

To get to that point, a woman may need to reassure her male partner that there's nothing wrong with employing a vibrator in their lovemaking. Sometimes a man feels threatened by a vibrator, especially if it is one that is generally phallic in shape but of a length and/or girth that puts to shame any real member on Earth. A guy may also worry that a woman may enjoy the orgasm brought on by a vibrator more than one brought on by his own manhood. Allaying these fears may be necessary before proceeding.

There also may be hesitancy on his part about using a vibrator on his own body. Although more and more men are opening up to the use of vibrators, there may still be a feeling that this is a "woman's sex toy," not one that a virile male should enjoy. A woman may need to assure her partner that he is still a 100% red-blooded male even if he finds the touch of the vibrator stimulating and pleasurable.

Choose the tool

Nowadays, vibrators come in many different shapes and sizes, including:

- Traditional. The phallus-shaped vibrator has been a mainstay of sexual pleasure for decades. These come in a tremendous array of sizes, from the extremely modest to the eye-poppingly large. Couples can share this option, taking turns using it on each other, or they can employ two to provide simultaneous mutual stimulation. Some couples also enjoy placing one between the two bodies for shared stimulation.

- Egg-shaped. Vibrators in the shape of a large egg are popular with many women. The greater width can provide more expansive stimulation. Many men report that it also covers more of the shaft, providing for some men a greater sensory experience.

- Dual. Several vibrators are designed to be used by both partners at once. In some cases, a thin vibrator rests inside the vagina. The man penetrates and both the penis and the vagina are stimulated by the device. In another model, the vibrator attaches to the erect penis. This makes the organ too large for penetration, but the man rubs his penis against the vaginal area and both partners benefit from the vibrating sensations.

- Finger-based. Very small vibrating pads are attached to two fingers of each partner. The partners stroke and fondle each other's parts, enjoying a milder form of stimulation which many find intensely erotic.

These are not the only options available, but they give an idea of the range. There should be a vibrator that can fit the needs of most any interested couple.

Even hesitant men generally find that their erect penis is totally won over once it has experienced the pleasures of vibrators. Sometimes, as with any kind of sex play, use may bring about a bit of penile soreness - and that’s where the use of a quality penis health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil) comes in. The sore penis can be soothed by the application of a crème that contains a high-end emollient (such as Shea butter) and a natural hydrator (such as vitamin E). The manhood also benefits from a crème that includes L-arginine, an enzyme that helps in the production of nitric oxide. Proper blood flow is crucial to penis health, and nitric oxide is a key part of the process that enables blood vessels to relax so that blood can flow more easily. With the penis in proper health, a man is ready for more experiments to enliven his sex life.