Different Ways to Use a Vibrator

Different Ways to Use a Vibrator

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Using a vibrator during partnered and solo sex

Using a Vibrator During Solo and Partnered Sex

Women have different reasons for purchasing vibrators. Many purchases for themselves at speciality stores or through online retailers. And, of course, some buy it as a joke amongst their close girlfriends or for a bachelorette party.

But once you purchase that vibrator, you can use it in several ways! (And if you received one as a present, I’d encourage you to actually use it if you haven’t before.) Whether you’re single or partnered, you can incorporate your vibrator into your erotic play regularly or for a sexy surprise.

Solo Sex & Your Vibrator

Sexual health researcher Dr. Debby Herbenick conducted a nationwide study of American women’s vibrator usage in 2009, and found that over 52% of women have used a vibrator. So clearly vibrators are not limited to the kinky; they’re mainstream and it’s perfectly okay to have and use one.

Depending on your preferences, you can use a vibrator for external and/or internal stimulation. Clitoral stimulation is external, and you can stimulate your vagina and/or G-spot internally. Each of these require a specific type of vibrator, so do some research before you purchase to ensure you’re getting the one you want.

Partnered Sex & Your Vibrator

Gone are the days when it’s assumed you weren’t getting any if you had a vibrator. Now, couples are bringing their toys into the bedroom, and introducing them to their partners.

You can use a vibrator a few different ways with your partner. First off, make sure your partner is comfortable with your toy. Introduce it in a way that they’re not intimidated. Some can be wary of something new, while others will embrace if wholeheartedly.

You can have your partner watch you use your vibrator, so they’ll understand how you masturbate with it. If you’re comfortable, you can ask your partner to use it on you, so that they’ll have a part in your orgasm.

During sex, you can also use a vibrator. You and your partner can use one during foreplay to get aroused. In addition to clitoral and G-spot vibrators, you can use special toys such as fingertip vibrators for a different sensation. During the act itself, there are also toys specifically designed for couples to ensure both partners get their pleasure.

No matter how much fun you’re having, introducing a vibrator into the mix always kicks things up a notch or two. If you’re single or partnered, it’s the perfect toy to use for everyone’s pleasure.

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