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Here is how to use vibrators for the sexiest time of your life!
If you're looking to spice up your sex life, the vibrator should be part of your bucket list. It's a definite go-to for every woman who wants to get to know her own preferences better, enjoy sexual stimulation in and of itself, and reap the benefits of improved sexual health. After all, it is a cult classic in the sex toy repertoire.
But before anything else, what's the definition of a vibrator?
Sometimes called a body massager, a vibrator is any sex toy that pulsates or throbs and can be applied to the body, especially in erogenous zones such as the clitoris, vulva, or vagina for women to achieve orgasm and improve sexual health. It can also be used for nipple stimulation and precision stimulation on other areas of your body to turn you on and ultimately let you float into a world of pleasure and satisfaction.
Simply put, a vibrator sounds like what it really is: an adult plaything that's just shivering in anticipation to give you pleasure. Quite literally.
How does it work? Usually it works with either electricity or batteries.
Electric vibrators are bigger in size and pack more punch, and they could even give you a sensual full-body massage. That is, at least, if you're willing to stay near an electric socket.
Meanwhile, battery-powered vibrators are smaller (about 1 to 12 inches) and more portable. That means you have a lot of rechargeable vibrating toys to choose from on the market.
This may all seem bizarre to you, but these buzzing wonders are not as rare as you think. In fact, researchers at the Center for Sexual Health Promotion in the United States report that more than half of women have used it at least once, and even one in four did so in the past month.
Sex therapists even recommend vibrators to women having trouble with orgasm. Take it from Debby Herbenick, associate director of the Center for Sexual Health Promotion:
The study about women's vibrator use affirms what many doctors and therapists have known for decades – that vibrator use is common, it's linked to positive sexual function such as desire and ease of orgasm, and it's rarely associated with any side effects.
Plus, it helps to know that according to a study published in the Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy, 81.7 % of women prefer genital stimulation through rhythmic motions, something that the buzzing and tingling sex toys provide best.
So what are you waiting for? Go ahead, press that button to turn yourself on. And get ready for exciting orgasms. NOTI's sending good vibes your way!
You might be my type
There are tons of vibrators available out there, so determining what works best for you can be intimidating. What type of vibratory sensation will take you over the edge? Do you need a vagina massager for internal stimulation or a clit massager for external stimulation? Maybe a combination will be the perfect solution for you!
We're here to give you a quick rundown of vibrator types, from classic to out of this world.
Sleek, smooth, and elegant. Nothing exudes classic like this rounded cylinder that's tapered on one end. It's pretty straightforward, so first-timers wouldn't have a lot of trouble using it.
This simple device isn't quite as breathtaking as far as this list of internal and external vibrators goes. Then again, the classic vibrator with different vibration patterns is already much better than using just your fingers. Not bad at all.
Another sex toy of choice among women who value their privacy. It's remarkably portable unlike others that are at least 6 inches long, this one is just around 3 to 5 inches.
The design even makes it look like your typical lipstick, so you can discreetly tuck it in your purse or even your pocket. A silver bullet that's worth a shot, don't you think?
If you thought the bullet vibrator was small, wait until you see an egg vibrator. Usually no bigger than 3 inches, this fun-colored baby can fit in snugly not only in your bag but also right inside your vagina.
What's more, it's also remote-controlled, which means you can ask your partner to take charge of your vibes virtually anywhere, even in public. If that isn't delightfully kinky, we don't know what is. So what are you waiting for? Let that egg spend some good time indoors and enjoy the ride!
Want a mind-blowing magic trick for your foreplay? Then the wand vibrator could be the one you need.
Here's a fun fact for you: The magic wands was originally manufactured as a helpful massage tool for relieving tension and sore muscles in Japan during the seventies. You can imagine how that went south pretty quickly.
Unlike other types of vibrators, satisfying magic wands are usually electric and only vibrates at the head. Not to downplay its capabilities though. The rod's design can make the most direct surface contact with your genitals, and that makes for an earth-shattering finish to clitoral stimulation.
To top it all off, you could even purchase accessories to shake things up as you experiment. The wand works wonders.
This one isn't strictly a vibrator. Sure it pulsates like every other, but that's not really its best selling point to women. You see, a clitoral massager is good at sucking. Its open-ended tip is about one inch in diameter, designed to give you intense, concrete-smashing orgasms from clitoral suction.
You can adjust the intensity of this sex toy, depending on if you're in the mood for playful teasing or an immediate release. Not surprising how vibrators for clitoral stimulation earned their reputation as the clit-sucking oral sextraordinaire. Your faithful partner when you're in the mood for a sensation of oral sex.
G marks the spot for this valuable treasure. The G-spot vibrator lives up to its name by stimulating your sweet spot with pressure and different vibration modes, thanks to its curved body.
This is especially handy for when your fingers can't reach this part of your anterior vaginal wall, or if you're unable to apply enough pressure to stimulate your G-spot effectively. In any case, these vaginal stimulators would give you the leverage you need to experience orgasmic bliss.
Rabbit vibrator - with or without rabbit ears
Can't quite choose between clitoral and vaginal orgasm? Lucky for you, the rabbit vibrator is good at providing both. This two-pronged sex toy is built with the usual phallic shaft for your vagina, along with a rabbit-shaped (or not) base to stimulate the clitoris. Both features make simultaneous internal and external stimulation possible.
Satisfactory suction and vibration at the same time – it's multitasking at its sexiest. No wonder it's the most coveted type of vibrating device out there.
How to play
Let's say that you've already gone out and purchased your new satisfying friend out of all those options. What happens next? Don't sweat it, because the vibrator is designed to give women the maximum sexual pleasure for minimum work.
All you have to do is sit back, relax, and remember these tips to finally get those good vibes.
Set the mood
First time? It's probably best to start solo before inviting your partner. That will give you ample opportunity to get acquainted with your sex toy first.
Turn on your body massager and set it at the pace you're most comfortable with. For beginners, this would probably mean starting nice and slow. If direct contact is a little overwhelming, try wrapping it with a piece of clean fabric, like a face towel, to reduce its intensity.
The vibe, like any other sex toy, just takes a little getting used to. You'll be ready for more toe-curling action and intense orgasm in no time.
Explore every avenue
No matter your type of vibe, you're sure to enjoy the versatility that this pleasure product has to offer. All you have to do is spend time feeling your way around the use.
How do you do that? Move it around your vulva and the surrounding area. Observe which patterns and motions work well for you. Try different vibration settings. Some women say that they press it just above or below their clitoris. Others prefer a specific side, stroking it with circular motions until they orgasm.
If you don't want to finish too quickly, using it outside the labia is also a great option. This way, the effects will be dulled without vanishing entirely, which will allow you to enjoy a slow burn.
Be on edge
Speaking of slow, one exciting technique you can try out with your vibrating friend is known as edging. What does this mean?
Edging, also known as peaking or surfing, is a sexual practice that can be done either alone or with a partner and involves prolonging the period of sexual arousal without reaching climax.
In other words, edging teases your naughty bits, sending you right to the edge of pleasure without tipping you over completely. To do it yourself, try driving yourself to orgasm, but just right before you hit it off, pull back and start over.
Repeat this several times until you finally reach the peak of euphoria. With a good-quality body massager in your hands, this is going to be one hell of a ride.
If you feel that you're ready to try more kinky stuff with your vibrator, just keep several things in mind to keep the experience fun and accident-free.
First, anal vibration can provide pleasure and bring you past the edge. But before going for it, make sure that you're using a toy that's up to the task: an anal vibrator with a flared end. This will prevent it from getting stuck in your anus. Don't forget to use lube, and get only the water-based lube ones for your silicone vibrators.
We at NOTI recommend you never to share your vibrator with anyone else for sexual health purposes. Also ensure to maintain your toy using sex toy cleaners specially made for the task!
Vibrators can also be fun to use in the bath, but not all are made for water exposure. Check if you have a waterproof vibrating friend before enjoying your sexy time in the shower.
Expand your horizons
What if you love how portable an egg vibrator is, but you also want to indulge in the clit-sucking prowess of a clitoral massager? That's alright. Other women like you also own a variety of vibrating toys, each of which they use for different moods.
So if you ever find yourself craving more than just one, there's absolutely no shame in that. Go ahead and purchase multiple types to switch things up! After all, there's nothing sexier than an empowered woman who knows what she wants and goes for it.
Sharing is caring
By this we don't mean that you should share your vibrator with a partner, but rather that you can both be part of the game with your vibrating friend.
If you and your partner don't live together but still want to get down and dirty, you'll be happy to hear about long distance sex toys. Used as longdistance sex toys, a vibrator for women will easily be turned into a vibrator for couples. App-controlled vibrator sex toys can be controlled from a distance. Let your partner decide on the vibration settings while you just enjoy the ride and build up to the intense orgasm from a sucking vibrator giving you the sensation of oral sex or titillating rabbit ears caressing your erogenous zones.
Of course, these can also be used outside your home(s) if you're taking a walk together and want to spice things up and make your own version of fifty shades. Get your panty vibrator on and slide a wireless remote into his pocket before you both leave the house. Wearable vibrators are designed to sit on your panties so you can wear them and light things up when you – or your partner – feel the need. Remote controlled vibrators will open a new world of partnered play – together or at opposite ends of the world.
With us, you don't have to worry about your security. Our online NOTI sex shop respects and values your privacy above all, especially when it comes to shipping. We handle your personal information and your packages with the utmost discretion.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Which vibrator would work best for me?
Women can rely on a wide selection of body massagers for internal or external stimulation. Still, it's worth noting that 7 out of 10 women need clitoral stimulation for orgasm. That means for these people, it could be worth investing in compact (e.g. bullet, egg) or powerful (e.g. wand) options.
What vibrators would you recommend for a first time user?
As most women need clitoral stimulation to orgasm, a clitoral vibrator is a good vibrator for beginners. They come in different sizes and designs but most of them are very elegant – real ladies so to speak. Try looking at the different types in our selection and find out what clit stimulator you prefer. If you're up for double stimulation, try a model with G-spot vibrator and clitoral vibrator combined.
Can too much vibrator use hurt my sex life?
It’s a common misunderstanding that vibrators could decrease the sensitivity of your clitoris after frequent use. There’s never been proven any long-term side effects. Some women feel that their body gets tired after prolonged contact, but after a few days’ rest, you’ll be fully back in the game!
Do I need lubricant to use my vibrator?
Lubricants are not necessary for vaginal stimulation, but I can give you a more sensual and smoother experience. On the other hand, lubricants are absolutely necessary for anal stimulation as the anus doesn’t provide its own lubrication as the vagina does. Remember not to use silicone-based lubricants with silicone vibrators.
How do I care for my vibrator?
Sex toy cleaners, which are specially formulated for vibrators like yours, would be your best bet for cleaning and maintenance. Read the manual for more details. Also take the time to inspect it for any sign of damage if you spot cracks, stop using the device immediately.
Can vibrators be used for anal penetration?
Not all vibrators are safe for anal penetration. Check if yours has a flare or handle at the other end before going through the backdoor. You wouldn't want an embarrassing trip to the emergency room with something stuck inside your anus.
What if my vibrator suddenly stops working?
If your vibrator stops working start by checking the batteries and/or the cord. Make sure that the device is assembled correctly, and everything is properly secured.
If your vibrator heats up or malfunctions somehow, stop using it immediately.
How do I tell my partner that I want to buy a vibrator?
Communication is key in this case. Be honest and talk about why you want to pleasure yourself with a vibrator. Maybe you want your partner to do it as well? A vibrator is good for solo play and sex with a partner. Just remember to make it clear that a vibrator is not a replacement but rather a pleasurable addition to your sex life. And what kind of partner wouldn't want to see you be taken to seventh heaven and almost explode from satisfaction?
Women can rely on a wide selection of vibrators for internal or external stimulation. Still, it’s worth noting that 7 out of 10 women need clitoral stimulation for orgasm. That means for these people, it could be worth investing in compact (e.g. bullet, egg) or powerful (e.g. wand) options.
People suspect that vibrators could decrease the sensitivity of your clitoris after frequent use. But they’ve never been proven to produce long-term side effects. Our body could just be tired from prolonged contact. If this occurs, give it a rest for a few days, and you’ll eventually find your sexual appetite returning.
Lubricants are optional for vaginal stimulation, but using it would definitely reduce friction and make for a smoother, more sensual experience overall. Applying lubricants to your dildo, kegel balls, or butt plug will also make the experience feel better. However, it’s a must for anal stimulation, since the anus doesn’t naturally provide its own lubrication. Be careful not to use silicone-based lubricants with silicone vibrators.
Condoms can extend the lifespan of your sex toy and make cleanup easier. So if the size and shape allow it, they’re never a bad idea. Change the condom before it comes into contact with another part of your body. Also, never use condoms coated with silicone-based lubricants for silicone vibrators.
Sex toy cleaners, which are specially formulated for vibrators like yours, would be your best bet for cleaning and maintenance. Read the manual for more details. Also take the time to inspect it for any sign of damage—if you spot cracks, stop using the device immediately.
Not all vibrators are safe for anal penetration. Check if yours has a flare or handle at the other end before going through the backdoor. You wouldn’t want, say, your egg vibrator stuck inside your anus, because that would mean an embarrassing trip to the emergency room.
Troubleshooting can be relatively easy for vibrators. Ask yourself the following questions:
- Are the batteries or cord in working order?
- Are all components properly secured?
- Is there any foreign object jamming the switch?
On the rare occasion that the device heats up or malfunctions, stop using the device and have it checked.
Communication is extremely essential in this case. Be honest about how and where you want to please yourself with your sex toy. But more importantly, remind him that these mechanical sensations would never replace the physical and emotional pleasure you get from him alone.