The risk of transmitting a sexually transmitted infection (STI) while sharing a sex toy with someone is extremely low. However, to minimise the risk completely, it’s advised that you wear protection and practice safe sex.
The reason is simple, genital fluids like blood and semen can carry diseases and some toys can crack or develop holes over time where dangerous bacteria can hide.
I realise how concerned you are, but nagging him to eat will only continue to be counter-productive.
Sexual confidence is something that all couples have to create together.
Like many women, you may be feeling as though sex is just another thing on your ‘to do’ list.
I’m not suprised your sex life is non-existent - you’re not going to want to be intimate and loving in an atmosphere of constant confrontation.
Why not tell him you’d like to give him as much pleasure as he gives you?
If you’re trying to conceive, the best time to have intercourse is on the day you ovulate and the five days leading up to it.
It's not quite as simple as getting your wife to let you try anal sex. I think the answer here is to look at the bigger picture.
You already have the commitment. The only other thing you need is a bit of creativity.
I usually recommend beginners start with a clitoral vibrator that’s non-threatening and simple to use.