There’s a new way to get high, and that’s by taking a cheap sex toy outdoors.
In a study by researchers at the University of California at San Diego, they found that a single high-intensity flash light could increase an adult’s sexual response by almost two-fold.
The study involved using a low-intensity light to simulate sexual arousal, but the researchers noted that this method can also lead to increased arousal.
For those who have never tried a sex toy indoors before, a flashlight can be a cheap way to experience sex for just a few minutes.
In fact, the study found that participants who used a flashlight in this way reported increased arousal from just five minutes of play.
But if you have never been outdoors before, it can be difficult to appreciate just how exciting sex with a toy can be.
That’s why this new study is important, according to the researchers.
The findings indicate that light alone does not provide the same level of sexual arousal as using a toy, but both can produce the same kind of sexual experience, according the researchers, who published their findings online this week in the journal Sexually Transmitted Infections.
“It’s important to recognize that light can’t just be just about what’s visible to the naked eye, but also that light has a significant effect on how we perceive pleasure and erotic experiences,” said co-author James Wysocki, PhD, a professor of psychology at UC San Diego.
“What’s important is that this kind of research is able to inform public health policies that aim to provide safe and satisfying environments for everyone.”
The study looked at six different types of sex toys, including “fleshlight” lights, a “vibrator” flashlight, a sex doll, a toy for anal intercourse and a toy that is meant to stimulate a penis.
The researchers measured the response times of participants while using different types and conditions of light.
They also compared the participants’ responses to various types of stimuli.
The results showed that a flash of a light that produced a flash-like brightness produced a response time of just under 30 seconds, compared with nearly 30 seconds for a toy with the same brightness.
The participants reported experiencing sexual arousal from about 30 seconds to more than three hours after using the toy, which was about twice as long as they reported experiencing after using a vibrator.
The researchers also found that the average time spent in the sexual act was between three and seven minutes.
“In the real world, we know that there’s a lot of sexual excitement that takes place in a short period of time, and this study shows that these types of toys don’t just stimulate the brain, but actually change our brain chemistry and the way we process sexual pleasure,” Wysampi said.
“The results show that the stimulation can be powerful and that the sex toys we’re using are actually providing a kind of pleasure to the individual that the light doesn’t,” Wiesampi continued.