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Top 8 Tips to Discretely Bring Your Vibrator to Your Dorm

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Moving into your first college dorm room is one of the biggest transitions for a newly christened adult. Often, it is your first time living outside of the family home and without your parents or family. This is a combination of exciting and terrifying, but it does open up many new opportunities for sexual exploration and freedom. 

It is not uncommon for someone moving into a dorm to already own a sex toy. Though, the people helping them move in may not be aware of this particular possession. With the move on campus already anxiety-inducing and stressful, you should not have to worry about your mom or younger brother finding your beloved vibrator. Not to mention, you probably have no idea how your new roommate(s) will react. 

There is no shame in bringing your sex toy collection with you to college. Not only is college meant to be a time for exploration of all types, but it can also be quite stressful and there is no better way to relieve stress than a toe-curling orgasm from your g-spot vibrator. 

With all of these things in mind, here are some tips for bringing your vibrator (and other toys) to college. 

 

#1: Choose More Discreet Options 

As far as transportation and storage, it is much harder to hide a large, veiny, purple dildo among your clothing. Several vibrator and toy options fit in the palm of your hand and can easily slip into the pocket of your jeans or a pocket of your purse. Obviously, this is preferred if you are wanting to keep your toys concealed from your family or those helping you move in. 

Additionally, once you are moved in, discreet sex toys have several benefits within your dorm room itself. Firstly, they take up less space. Any space you can save in your dorm room is necessary, plus, it makes it less likely that your roommates will accidentally come upon your toys.  

Next, when you need to get a quick orgasm in between classes, the smaller and more discreet the vibrator, the easier it is to slip past your roommates. Suppose you share a bathroom with suitemates or the entire floor, the quieter the vibrator, the better. It is best to have one that is easily drowned out by the sound of the shower. 

Erosscia’s vibrators attach to the base of most electric toothbrushes. Thus, you won’t raise any suspicions. Not to mention, Erosscia toys fit perfectly into a shower caddy or even the pocket of your sweatpants. 

 

#2: Bring More Versatile Toys 

Due to space limitations and cohabitation, it is best to bring only a few sex toys with you to college. The more versatile toys you bring, the more pleasure options you have without needing to bring your entire collection. Depending on your preferences and anatomy, having a good vibrator goes a long way. Better yet if you have a g-spot vibrator that will stimulate your clit at the same time.

female college students laughing about sex sitting at their breakfast table

If you prefer anal, you may prefer a more traditional dildo. Most vibrators can be used without being turned on, but also the most discreet vibrators can safely be inserted into the anus for increased pleasure. In Erosscia’s collection, the Okamei can stimulate two parts of your anatomy at the same time which is ideal for anyone needing a mindblowing orgasm during finals week. 

 

#3: Invest In A Case 

While it may seem counterintuitive to have a specific case for your sex toys, you can get locking containers or a non-descript drawstring bag that keeps your toys safe and clean, but will still fit in your dresser drawer. Whatever you get to hold your sex toys does not need to be made specifically to hold sex toys. However, a few tips for the ideal container are: 

  • Waterproof 
  • Come with a lock or option to add one 
  • Big enough to comfortably fit all your toys 
  • Small enough to store in a small space (such as a dresser drawer, under the bed, or top shelf of a closet) 
  • Convenient for you and your lifestyle 

Along with the above, there are anti-microbial options, a storage bag that slides over the side of your bed, and even safes designed to look like everyday options. 

 

#4: Opt For A Waterproof Option 

Like the case you may choose to invest in, you will want to bring a waterproof vibrator. This means one that does not have to be plugged in to use and which will not be damaged if water gets on or in it. More and more vibrators fit this criterion. The reason waterproof vibrators are recommended for college students is that often the only opportunity you might get for masturbation is in the shower. 

female college students in the dorm bathroom talking freely about using an Erosscia Allore in the shower for a great orgasm

Erosscia’s vibrators attach to an electric toothbrush. Most of these toothbrushes are either electric or battery powered making them safe for use in the shower. However, you should not submerge them. If you’d prefer some bathtime fun, you should likely invest in a traditional dildo or a toy that does not require any electrical component.

 

#5: Keep Your Toys Clean 

Ensuring your sex toys are clean is simply good advice for preventing infections and the safety of shared toys. However, when living in a small space with other people, it becomes even more important to keep your toys clean to avoid unwanted stenches. One of the easiest ways to do this is to purchase a cleaning and/or sterilizing sex toy case. 

If you use your toys with a partner, keeping sex toys also helps prevent infections and sexually transmitted diseases. Another great way to keep your toys and playtime clean is to put condoms on your toys before masturbating. This makes the initial clean-up easier and limits the amount of cleaning necessary between each use (though you should still clean thoroughly at regular intervals). 

 

#6: Be Open 

While not all families or roommates may be open or comfortable with you having sex toys, others may celebrate and embrace it. Once you get to know your roommates, you may feel comfortable bringing up the topic of your sex toys. This openness among you and your roommates can help make keeping sex toys in your dorm a much more comfortable experience for everyone. Who knows you might even learn that they have some toys of their own?! 

Of course, you do not need to shout from the rooftops about your sex toys (unless you want to ig?), but creating an open space for everyone to find their sexual pleasure will make your college experience much easier. Perhaps create a sign or signal that one of you needs to get off? Similar to a sock on the doorknob, respecting each other’s personal pleasure time is a great way to foster healthy boundaries. 

male and female college students moving into their dorm, the females feel so comfortable they are holding their Erosscia Allore vibrators in public

 

#7: Explore Yourself 

Essentially, this tip comes down to: have fun! College is all about exploring who you are and what you like. This should absolutely include sex. Whether you prefer to keep your sexual encounters between you and your vibrator or want to have multiple partners, your vibrator and sex toys can help you explore these experiences. Sex toys–while associated with solo pleasure–are frequently used between partners as well. Letting your sexual partner pleasure you with your favorite g-spot vibrator or dildo can open up a world of new experiences. 

young female college student discovering her sexuality and not being ashamed to own an Erosscia vibrator

Do not be afraid to try new things and new toys. Sex toys are constantly evolving and your preferences are likely to shift. Erosscia’s versatile toys are safe for insertion into any body orifice and even a great personal massager. 

 

 

#8: Know Dorm Rules 

Before moving into the dorms, students are given a list of banned appliances and possessions. They may also learn about quarterly RA room inspections and that packages often are picked up at the front desk. This can elicit fears of embarrassment to getting kicked out for owning a sex toy. 

First, a few colleges ban sex toys. While you might see the occasional headline about a religious or private school banning sex toys, this is rarely enforced and the rule itself is rare. It is likely that your university not only permits sex toys in the dorm, but truly does not care. 

Second, RA inspections are usually superficial. They mostly check for fire hazards or anything out in the open. They typically do not rifle through your drawers or personal belongings. Of course, like above, this may vary between colleges, but it is unlikely that even if your RA found your sex toy they would make a big deal out of it. 

Finally, most sex toy companies, including Erosscia, send their toys in unmarked packaging that does not advertise what is inside. Thus, you do not need to worry about anyone judging you as you take the package up to your dorm. Most of the time, your RA and university do not need to know about your vibrator and likely would not care if they did. 

Bringing your vibrator to college is a necessity not on the packing list, but one you will be thankful you packed. If you want a completely discreet vibrator and among the quietest on the market, Erosscia makes small toothbrush attachments perfect for taking your pleasure to your dorm. Visit our online store to purchase Erosscia and follow us on Instagram @erosscia 

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