How To Use A Vibrator

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Your Best Self-Pleasuring Techniques When Using a Vibrator

Throughout history, the topic of sex has gone through many revolutionary periods. In today’s society, we are more comfortable talking about certain aspects of sex, so long as we don’t cross any boundaries. The lines with those boundaries are often skewed and it is difficult to tell where one topic ends and another becomes offensive. Still, women have largely been ridiculed for any talk about their sexual practices because it is considered “unladylike.” One such topic that is often considered taboo is a woman’s use of a vibrator.

 Women Have Been Using Vibrators for Centuries

Truth be told, a doctor invented the vibrator as a medical instrument so yes vibrators have been around for a long time. Doctors used to manually stimulate women as treatment for hysteria (we know it as sexual frustration) and would often prescribe it for at-home treatments. The National Institute of Health has gone so far as to say that vibrators are an effective treatment for anorgasmia (insert the % that suffer and insert a link to nih ) – which is the inability to experience an orgasm. Typically, women require clitoral stimulation to achieve an orgasm. Most women find it very difficult, if close to impossible, to receive a vaginal orgasm and mistakenly feel as though they are not capable of having an orgasm at all. Through the use of a vibrator, women can effectively learn different ways to stimulate themselves and discover insert “ something that they can learn about both clitoral orgasms and g spot orgasms with the aid of a vibrator that they can achieve an orgasm.

A Vibrator Enhances Relationships

In fact, if you’ve ever considered the use of a vibrator, you are in good company . Studies have shown that the use of vibrators is consistent for women between the ages of 18 and 54, with 25-34 year olds being the most likely to have used vibrators. And vibrators are not just for single women living alone. studies have shown that 43% of women currently using a vibrator are living with their partners, (no reason to say by ‘omission’). And an additional 35% of women said they were in a relationship, but not living with their partners. As you can see, a vibrator is not and never intended to replace a relationship partner rather as a sweeter desert  or an educated accessory that will enhance it. (good place to insert stats of education level of users)

What Exactly Is a Vibrator? 

So what is a vibrator? Well, the vibrator is a small device that is battery operated and the motor osculates to produces high vibrations per second . (a vibrator does things no mans tongue or fingers could do)

It is used to stimulate different parts of the vagina to help women achieve sexual satisfaction through self-pleasuring. A vibrator can also be incorporated into couples play as a way to experiment or simply as a fun accessory. When using a vibrator for self-pleasuring, a woman has the freedom to explore every inch of her body with the vibrator without feeling pressure from anyone else.

A low setting on the vibrator can be a relaxing sensation as it’s ran over other areas of the body, or it can be used to stimulate the clitoris and the nerve endings inside the vagina. The possibilities are endless and really up to the imagination of the user.

Couples can use a vibrator as a way to bring intimacy in the bedroom. Self-pleasuring is often a personal thing and sharing that with your partner creates a connection founded in intimacy.

Beyond that, by learning what stimulates you during your self-pleasuring sessions you can effectively pass the knowledge on to your partner. When you do so, your partner feels more confident that they can please you and enjoy watching that pleasure while you get the satisfaction of being properly stimulated and reaching your sexual peak with your partner. This equates to a more intense level of passion and intimacy which typically means a happier relationship all around.


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