Using Vibrators for Pleasure

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Female Orgasm: Using A Vibrator for Your Best Orgasm Pleasure.

Use a Vibrator Alone and With a Partner For Your Best Orgasm.

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 within 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, 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 vibrators for at-home treatments. The National Institute of Health has gone so far as to say that vibrators are an effective treatment for anorgasmia, 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 achieve a vaginal orgasm (only 30% of women are able to have 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 the multitude of vibrators, like the popular rabbit which will help any women achieve super powerful orgasms.

 

The clitoral orgasm is achieved by stimulating the clitoris

Clitoral vibrators (like the popular rabbit) can help them achieve super powerful orgasms

The vaginal orgasm is achieved by stimulating the inside walls of the vagina, often  including the G-spot and the tip of the cervix.

The G Spot orgasm is best achieved

Combination g-spot and clitoral vibrators

 

You’re Friends  are Probably Using a Vibrator?

In fact, if you’ve ever considered buying 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. Vibrators are not just for single women living alone, either. Studies have shown that 43% of women currently using a vibrator are living with their partners. An  additional 35% of women said they were in a relationship, but not living with their partners.  The vibrator is not and was never intended to replace a relationship partner. On the contrary, a vibrator is an educated accessory that will  enhance a couple’s intimacy and relationship. Over 1/3 of the population owns sexual toys and;

·         62 percent of all the women stated that their partners enjoyed their use of vibrators,

    while a mere 9% of women kept their sex toy a secret from their partners

·          39 percent of women use vibrators during foreplay

·         30 percent of women are likely to use vibrators during sex.

 

And according to the National Sex Survey conducted by the University of California between 1995 and 1996, the term ‘educated’ might be right on the money. This survey showed that sex toy use greatly differs between different demographics. Sex toys are used by:

 

7% of adults with household incomes of less than $20,000 a year

8% of adults who obtained a high school diploma or GED

11% of college graduates

13% of adults with household incomes of at least $60,000 a year

 

This highlights  the more people know about themselves (higher education or are self schooled)  the more they will invest in their relationships, they will reap the rewards.

And with sex toys are so easily accessible online with privacy and anonymity of delivery these percentages are bound to increase with each passing year.

What Exactly Is a Vibrator?

 

So what is a vibrator? Well, a vibrator is a small, battery operated device that with a motor that osculates to produces high vibrations per second. (And no matter how talented or determined a man might be, his tongue and fingers operate at a slower less powerful  frequency.) Vibrators are used to stimulate different erogenous zones of the vagina to help women achieve sexual satisfaction. For  self-pleasuring or as a couple a  vibrator when  incorporated into couples’ bedroom play as a way to experiment, spice things up or simply as a fun accessory.

 

When a woman uses a vibrator for self-pleasuring ,has the luxury to explore every inch of her body without feeling pressure from anyone. A low setting on the vibrator can be a relaxing sensation as it’s ran over other areas of the body, the inner thigh’s, the vaginal lips   or you can turn it up to stimulate the clitoris or  the nerve endings inside the vagina. The possibilities are endless up to exploration and  imagination of the user.

 

Many couples can use a vibrator as a way to increase passion  in their bedroom, as well. Self-pleasuring is often a personal activity by sharing that with your partner you open the channels of intimate communications, a very necessary ingredient of any relationship.  In addition to 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 he 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 with  intimacy that means a happier relationship o

 

Using a vibrator alone or with a partner, your choices are plentiful. With a vast amount of choices, there is truly a vibrator for everyone’s preference and taste. Vibrators come in all shapes, sizes, colors, and textures. there are vibrators phallic in shape while others are cylindrical. other  vibrators are large while others are compact enough to discretely hide in your purse. Some vibrators are made of latex while others are made of synthetic materials. whatever your pleasure, there is a vibrator for your needs.

 

Just getting started with vibrators? Here are some excellent options:

 

Phallic Vibrators:  These vibrators look like a penis and come in a variety of sizes. Phallic vibrators are great for women who want a ‘natural’ feeling experience or for couples who want to prolong a sex session. A great variation on the phallic vibrator is the Clone-A-Willy, a kit that allows a man to replicate the exact size and shape of his penis so a piece of him will always be with his lover even if he cannot be there.

Bullets and Eggs:  As the name indicates, bullets and eggs look exactly as they sound. These toys are usually attached to a wire so women will not be afraid of losing the toy in their vaginas. Bullets and eggs can be rubbed against the clitoral area when a woman masturbates or they can be rubbed against the clitoris during intercourse. A woman can also insert a bullet or egg into her vagina during sex, a great way  to experience sexual  intercourse with vibrations all at the same time – the best of both worlds!

G-Spot Vibrators:  With an angular shape, g-spot vibrators are meant to stimulate the most sensitive area of a woman’s vagina and her g-spot. Popular variations of the g-spot vibrator include rabbits, dual vibrators, and curved phallic shaped vibrators. Rabbits and dual vibrators simultaneously stimulate a woman’s g-spot and her clitoris, usually leading to a very intense orgasm (and in many cases, a series of orgasms!).Massagers:  Perfect for women who feel intimidated by something phallic shaped, a massager is an excellent alternative to a traditional vibrator. Massagers can be huge body massagers from the local mall or small finger massagers that can be found at almost any store. You can use a massager by exploring your labia, clitoris, and vaginal opening, to find your best ‘sweet spots’.

 

After choosing your vibrator remember to relax, and have fun, and above all else, enjoy. There y is a vibrator to suit every woman. Using your first vibrator for some time you will want to explore other vibrator………. ‘Different strokes for different folks’. Find what toy (you) loves you the most!

Clitoral Orgasm

 

The clitoral orgasm is achieved with stimulation  to  the clitoris, increasing blood flow and expanding the clitoris to allow for greater exposure of the nerve endings. The clitoris is a lot like a penis, only on a much smaller scale. The clitoris is made up of the same type of tissue and is lined with similar  sensitive nerve endings, and yes, there are way more nerve endings in the itty bitty clitoris than there are in the entire penis.

Clitoral orgasms are often labeled as “more intense” orgasms, and sometimes  can also be accompanied by feelings of over-stimulation, requiring a brief cool down period.  The clitoral orgasm is the most common type of orgasm women have.

 

To best achieve a clitoral orgasm, it is recommended that you start slowly and do not apply direct stimulation to the clitoris. The clitoris is a very sensitive part of the female anatomy and does not respond to your beck and call. It must be coaxed, teased, and otherwise “wined and dined” before it will be properly stimulated (it is a women – lol). Just note that the pleasure will come. You may find that it feels best to circle around the clitoris or to stimulate it directly. Explore, you will know what works for you when the pleasure sensations racks your body.

 

It is impossible to say what an orgasm is actually like because each woman experiences it differently; however, as a general guide, feelings of warmth or tingling sensations will spread through the body. Muscles should feel slightly tense and breathing should be rapid. Your heart rate and blood pressure will feel elevated. All of these sensations will continue to mount until finally you can’t take anymore. And then, in a magnificent release, you are pushed over the cliff of sensations that have been taunting you and NOW you will feel as though you’re floating in the promised river below.

 

With a clitoral orgasm, the clitoris may be extremely sensitive to touch after you’ve experienced the orgasm. Many women may need a moment before they can even touch their clitoris again because it is that sensitive. Other women are ready to start all over again, trying to achieve a second, third, or fourth orgasm right after they achieve the first one. Again, this is all a matter of individual preference.

If your clitoris is too sensitive to touch right after a clitoral orgasm, give it a rest  time. The sensitivity will subside allowing  you to resume your stimulating bliss when your body is ready again.

 

Achieving a clitoral orgasm often is done manually, i.e. with your fingers, or orally, being licked /sucked. The addition of  a vibrator can play a role in how quickly and how intense your  orgasms are. (In most cases, vibrators speed things up significantly and make it easier for women to reach an orgasm.) Vibrators today have different settings and different levels of vibration, finding the orgasmic combination with multi speed, programmable vibrating rhythms  creates  a fun experience worth repeating many times over.

Vaginal Orgasm

 

The vaginal orgasm is achieved by stimulating the outside labia lips, the inside walls of the vagina, often times including the g-spot and the tip of the cervix. This orgasm tends to be described as “relaxing” and many women have reported feeling especially sated after having a vaginal orgasm. The vaginal, and/or g-spot, orgasm will take on many of the same characteristics as a clitoral orgasm; however, a vaginal orgasm  is often  harder for many women to achieve.

It is interesting to note that women in their 20s experience these orgasms less often than women in their 30s. A woman undergoes a good deal of hormonal change in her 30s and the lining over the g-spot thins out, making it easier to stimulate the area.

Even if you have not previously experienced a g-spot orgasm, it is  worth trying again, especially when you add a little help  from a vibrating friend.

 

There are specific vibrators designed with curved tips for g-spot stimulation providing  a steady amount of pressure on the spot. The g-spot, unlike the clitoris, requires direct pressure at a constant rate. Light circles just won’t do it when it comes to this orgasm, especially  if you’re in your 20s.

 

Important to also note that as you begin to stimulate this area, you may feel as though you need to pee. Do not be alarmed. This sensation should pass fairly quickly and only occurs because the G-spot is so close to the bladder. Even if you feel the sensation, you will not pee on yourself or on your partner. And even if you could somehow manage to pee, a g-spot orgasm feels so good that you probably would not care (nor would your new hero of a partner)!

 

Now that you have an understanding of  how “a vibrator is THE tool to achieve orgasm”, – what vibrator characteristics best suits your stimulation preferences? and how to discover those preferences, you can begin your exploration. When it comes to your body, take your time and be sure to explore frequently. You never know when you might stumble across a new spot that makes your toes curl [BDV2] and your thighs shudder. Exploration  is a science because everyone will feel something different, so go ahead and explore. The important thing to note is that exploration will reveal the science of you – and really, only when you know yourself can the fun truly begin!