How to Use a Vibrator

Learning how to use a vibrator correctly is essential for masturbation success.

It takes practice to become a skilled masturbator. The bottom line is that whether a woman has had difficulty achieving an orgasm or not, knowing how to use a vibrator works wonders. It just does, and it is that simple. The most popular is the basic battery operated, made to closely resemble a penis. If God wanted something else up there, he would have hung it between man’s legs. Years ago, before it was ok to say vibrator, women referred the magic wands as facial massagers. Today's shapes and sizes are less conducive to contouring and more about injecting.

Benefits of the Vibrator

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Reduce stress. Be happy. Stay healthy. How you may ask, it’s all at your fingertips. Masturbation can cure headaches, relieve pain and make you smile more. During an orgasm, endorphins flood the body. You basically get extremely high in an instant. While most people may feel this is best done with, perhaps a friend or local service, masturbating with a toy can be more efficient if done on a regular basis. In addition, you don’t have to wait around for your partner to get things started, and you can get the job done whenever you feel like it. It's just so more convenient.

The vibrator should be used for for clitoral stimulation as well as insertion. The color really shouldn’t make a difference. Black makes sense, but pink is a bit strange and the neon colors are disturbing. Years ago, a popular vibrator style originally engineered in Scandanavia, fit over the top of the hand. By creating a full throbbing a woman would kindle the fire with her fingers instead of a rubber penis. Today there are many variations of this vintage battery operated design. All the additional attachments and robot shaped vibrators available today are mostly nonsense. Buy yourself the basics and assure yourself a less complicated orgasm. If you really want complex, then have sex with a man– or a hand.

History of the Vibrator

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Hysterical Victorian era women weren't given Midol Maximum Strength and told two take a bath. Doctors back then believed the hysteria was related to a woman's womb. 19th century recommended treatment was a pelvic massage leading to hysterical paroxysm, which was essentially an orgasm. The remedy had been a popular treatment for years. Some doctors were pelvic massage aficionados. They became tough to get appointments with. While it may have been a fad, the Victorian era saw quite a bit of Hysteria amongst the female population. Ultimately it was just the birth of the vibrator that caused the overbooked doctor's offices.

The first patent filed for an electric vibrator was by a Dr. J. Mortimer Granville. Unfortunately the giant motor that was needed to run the invention made house calls impossible. The waiting rooms filled up quickly. It was amazing how many women were experiencing hysteria at the same time as their friends and were happy to come in to the doctor's office together. It was only a matter of time before these women of means figured out how to take the invention of a man and bring it home in a box. It was the birth of the sexual wellness industry.

How to Use the Vibrator

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Lie down in a quiet place, close your eyes and turn inward, to the feel of the body. Let the mid float to someone that excite the body. Anybody, a movie star, the handsome man behind you at the store who gently rubbed up against you on line, even your significant other. Imagine him looking at you stretched out naked on the bed. Feel him touch your breasts, stroking the inside of your thigh and gently massaging the clitoris. Let the vibrator be his hands and penis. Enjoy the moment, slowly savor all the sensations. Imagine him thrusting deep into you while your pelvis is arching up to him, aching for him, ready to ignite the hottest orgasm. If one fantasy does not work, relax and wander into the next scene. Be as outrageous in your mind’s eye as you can. Perhaps the man has kidnapped you or maybe it is your spouse and his beautiful friend. Be willing to let you mind take your body to a new height of orgasm.

Many women do not experiment with masturbation until well into their twenties. If you are a beginner, you may not strike it rich right away. Do not get discouraged, it could take some practice to get your body to respond freely. The unused muscles are going to be a bit sore initially. May take some time to build up your strength. Just be patient and you will achieve orgasm. Sexual research has proven that nearly 95% of women who use a vibrator can achieve an orgasm. After the first time, it is like riding a bicycle over and over again.

According to some doctors, sex toys are important to a woman’s sexual life because they can help her really learn about herself and what she likes and doesn’t like, which in turn, will help her feel more confident in the boudoir. Some studies have even found that women who masturbate regularly tend to have higher self-esteem and body confidence than women who don’t, and this is often due to them not knowing their own bodies.

Although there have been plenty of myths that suggest females don’t indulge in self-exploration as much as men, multiple studies have debunked this untruth. In actuality, 92 percent of women admit to masturbating regularly and some even own products that assist them in satisfying themselves sexually. While some women feel uncomfortable using sex toys or even discussing them, 44 percent of ladies between the ages of 18 and 60 have used a sexual enhancement device, according to reports from Adam and Eve. So why do we still feel self-conscience and uncomfortable when talking about women and sex toys?

Lastly, sexual exploration with a toy can also help you have better sexual relationships. Knowing what you like and how to express yourself sexually is attractive and makes you appear confident and self-assured, which are definite turn-ons. It also takes the guess work out of sex as your partner won’t be forced to guess what you makes you moan from pleasure and what makes you shy away. Why? Because you’ve taken the time to figure things out for yourself. Once again, being in touch with yourself sexually will also make you more confident in the bedroom and willing to try new things to please yourself and your partner.

Our Recommendations

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While a very personal decision, a vibrator choice should be a combination of utilitarian concerns, style and cost. Plain and simple, it has to do the job, look good when not in use and be more affordable than a man. While the last one may not be so hard to fathom, good technology should not be taken lightly and style should not be taken too seriously.

Duet Lux Vibrator by Crave

Why keep both a vibrator and a USB stick, when you can own one device that does it all! The Crave Duet Lux Vibe doubles as a classy sex toy and 8-or 16-gigabytes of storage. The vibrator part contains two responsive motors that pulsate and different speeds. Inevitably, you’ll feel a little bit like a secret agent when you use it.

4 Plus by We Vibe

This unique couple is set up with a wireless remote lets one person control the vibration and one feel the fun. The body-hugging We Vibe 4 is designed to stay in place, while two different motors purr. It comes with six settings, including one called “Echo vibe.”

Form 3 by Jimmyjane

Also unassuming is Jimmyjane’s nicely designed line of powerful vibrators. While Form 2 sort of looks like a rabbit, Form 3 is like a tongue. Form 4 is, well, it’s shaped like a vibrator. All soft to the touch and fully rechargeable, they come with a variety of preprogrammed patterns

Limon Rechargeable Vibrator by Minna

Minna’s newest squishy sensations are sort of adorable. Designed with subtlety in mind, the Limon and Ola are both rechargeable, squeeze-sensitive and dead simple to use. The harder you squeeze, the harder they vibrate. You can also program it for a completely personalised experience.

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