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Yoni Eggs 101: You can't Make an Orgasm without Squeezing a Few Eggs

Yoni Eggs 101: You Can't Make An Orgasm Without Squeezing A Few Eggs

Squeezing a Few (Yoni) Eggs

We’re going to let you in on a not-so-little secret. If you tighten your vaginal muscles, you can have better sex and mind-blowing orgasms. How does that work exactly? Yoni eggs can help. Let’s get into it.

What are Kegels, exactly?

Most likely, you are already familiar with Kegel exercises. In case you have been swelling under a boulder for the past half-century, Kegels are when you tighten and then loosen your vaginal muscles to strengthen your walls. Think about how strong your hand would get if you consistently squeezed a tennis ball. Right. Like that, but for your poon. Tightening the muscles doesn’t tighten your holy hole by making it smaller. It makes you more able to easily grip whatever is in there no matter the size. Insert smirk emoji in real life. There are tons of exercise routines for your cooch but the workout du jour requires a mother's little helper. NO NOT THAT ONE.  We mean the yoni egg.

Kegel exercises can feel good AF on their own. (Seriously. Try a few right now. No one will know!) So why not add a yoni egg that can make it feel even. better? To be fair, there are MANY reasons to do Kegels including post-birth exercises and incontinence issues. The benefits flow, so you should be doing them anyway, but we want to focus on feeling good which is where the yoni eggs come in. No pun intended.

How can Yoni Eggs help?

Yoni eggs are smooth egg-shaped stones that folks believe can heal you and change your energy. While we wouldn’t bet our mortgage on that, we stand by the fact that yoni eggs basically demand that you squeeze your Kegel muscles just to keep them in. It’s like a personal trainer for your pussy.

We call them yoni eggs because the “yoni” is a Sanskrit word meaning the source. By the time these raunchy roe made it to Western discourse, even doctors – who may or may not approve of them – refer to yoni eggs as such. Still, there are professional practitioners who can help you get acclimated to their use.

Egg-celent Materials

Yoni eggs can be made of just about anything, but you should be vigilant of anything going up your hoohah. As a rule, don’t stick anything porous up there since that’s basically a breeding ground for bacteria – not to mention the potential for tiny nicks and cuts that can get infected. You can avoid all of this by choosing a non-porous borosilicate glass yoni egg. This way, not only are you a lot less likely to introduce bacteria or get a nick, but you can also leave them in longer with the assurance that they are MUCH cleaner, to begin with.

How To Get “Laid”

Inserting a yoni egg can be a little trial and a whole lot of error when you first try it. The first thing you need to do is relax, and that includes creating whatever environment you need with sound, lighting, pillows, candles, etc. Once your mind and body are relaxed, take some time to arouse yourself. Start with fingers and don’t be around to really let your natural wetness allow some slip and slide. A really good idea here is to use some lube. With glass yoni eggs, any lube is okay, but we recommend a water-based one for this. Rub the lubricated egg up and down your slit to further arouse and warm the egg to match your temperature. When you’re ready, continue your stroking motion with the larger end positioned for insertion. Relax and go just a bit at a time, letting your muscles get used to this new sensation. You can use both hands if you want, and sometimes a little twisting action helps to do the trick. Once it’s in there, your work is done. You will naturally do Kegels with the egg inside, and 30 minutes a day is more than enough. Some people go longer – all day or all night – but it isn’t necessary.

How to “Lay” Your Egg

Removing the egg is super easy. Squat and cough. That’s it. Because the smaller end is pointing outward, all you need is a little pressure. Lube can be helpful here as well, but it isn’t necessary. If you feel like it needs a little assistance, use a (clean) finger to reach up and do a hooking motion to bring it down. It’s likely that there is a little suction action going on and you just need to break that seal. 

Keeping Them Clean

Because our yoni eggs are made of borosilicate, they are incredibly easy to maintain. Mild soap and warm water are all it takes. Just make sure to be thorough when washing and let it air dry before putting it away.

Get Creative

Yoni eggs can be used for so much more than just Kegel exercises. While we definitely shouldn’t overlook the benefits of a good Kegel, which include improving your vag’s blood circulation, strengthening the pelvic floor, creating a more accommodating and flexible canal, making orgasms more easily accessible, pain relief,... We should still be mindful that yoni eggs are perfect for sensory play. They can be heated or cool and used to stimulate different erogenous zones. You can even heat one and cool the other at the same time for more titillating play. Another use that most people enjoy regardless of genitalia is that they are great for massages. Whether you have a knot in your back or have kinkier intentions, these ova can be warmed and rubbed anywhere you need a little TLC. 

Regardless of how you incorporate yoni eggs into your world, it’s easy to agree that they are an excellent addition to your fun bag – you know the one. So don’t be afraid to lay a few eggs… and get laid in the process.

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