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What is a vibrator?

A vibrator is an electric device that massages areas of the body, particularly the penis, vagina and anus. The most common use of vibrators is by women for masturbation, but many men use vibrators to supplement their sexual experiences. Vibrators come in all shapes and sizes, and have many different kinds of surfaces for contact. If you're open to vibrators, they can offer an exciting and rewarding flavor to everyday sex or masturbation. Some women describe the sexual feeling from a vibrator as one of the most intense possible.

What is the difference between a vibrator and a dildo?

You may not have guessed it, but vibrators are not primarily used for vaginal penetration. If you thought they were, you might have been thinking about dildos, which are used for this purpose. Let's clarify the distinction between the two. Vibrators are these quivering, electric devices that come in all shapes and sizes, and are used most often on the exterior of a woman's genitals for sexual stimulation. They can sometimes resemble the male sexual organ, but the most popular brands and styles do not represent any human body part whatsoever. Women can use vibrators to stimulate their clitoris, vulva, vagina and anus. Men can use vibrators to stimulate their penis and anus. Couples use vibrators together to enhance the pleasure of sexual intimacy.

Dildos are often phallic in shape, although some models provide women and men alternative designs, such as figurines or even miniature statues. Since dildos don’t vibrate they are usually used for anal or vaginal penetration. However, some women enjoy massaging their clitoris with their dildo as well.

Why would I want to use a vibrator?

For Women

Vibrators are often quite helpful to women who can’t reach orgasm during masturbation or sex. Many women require constant, prolonged clitoral stimulation in order to achieve an orgasm, and the vibrator can give them just what they need. The unwavering vibrations on the clitoris and surrounding areas send many women into orgasm much more quickly than a hand, tongue or penis and in addition produce a much more intense climax. The device, however, is not just for sexual pleasure; vibrators also have many other sexual health benefits. For those women who have decreased mobility due to accident or disability, vibrators can be the perfect sex toys. Women who have sore genitals because of a pregnancy can use a vibrator to soothe their pain. Finally, women may experience reduced sensitivity as they age and the vibrator can be just the device to create the stimulation they were used to in their earlier years. Vibrators are a simple, versatile sexual toy for women who want to explore new avenues of sexual satisfaction.

For Men

Unfortunately, men have often overlooked the benefits of a vibrator. Men typically do not experience the same difficulty achieving orgasm as women sometimes do, so often the devices are not needed or desired. Yet, many men enjoy the vibrating sensation on their genitals. The vibrators that are made for men include vibrating sleeves, vibrating penis rings and anal toys but some men have no trouble using traditional "women's" vibrators on themselves. Men who use vibrators often describe similar experiences as women.

For Couples

For couples the vibrator can enhance even the healthiest sexual relationship. A vibrator can provide mutual pleasure when a woman presses it against her clitoris during intercourse as the vibrations can also be felt by her mate. Vibrators can also be used to enhance oral sex, by placing the vibrator on the genitals while oral stimulation is being performed. You should always show your partner how you use your vibrator when you masturbate so he or she can emulate the most natural use of the vibrator.

What are some ways to enhance the use of my vibrator?

Vibrators can produce some of the most profound sexual pleasure around (aside from your partner, of course!) You’re only limited by your imagination when you learn how to use it to its fullest.

The first thing to do with a vibrator is to experiment with it. Test out the speeds and intensities of the different levels of vibrations (for those that are equipped) and find out what feels good for you. A vibrator can be pleasurable while you are on your back and directly massaging the erogenous area; on your stomach while your vibrator is nestled into the bed; or any other variation you find exciting.

If the vibrations are too powerful and you find them to be numbing rather than pleasurable, turn the speed of the motor down. If you can’t change the speed of your vibrator, you can dull the vibrations by wrapping the vibrator in a towel or even a small pillow. Conversely, if you find the sensations too soft, try adding gentle pressure with the vibrator against the body. You may still find this is not enough, in which case you may want to get a more powerful vibrator.

Once you are more familiar with the sensations produced by your vibrator, you may wish to experiment a little. Here are a few suggestions.

Try to prolong stimulation. Use the vibrator until just before climax, take it away, relax, and begin again. Keep trying this until you can’t wait any longer, and enjoy your orgasm. Many people find this to be the most long-lasting and pleasurable way to use their vibrator.
Enhance stimulation by other means. Some women enjoy using a dildo in their vagina while the vibrator gently massages the clitoris. Using some lubrication on the end of the vibrator will allow it to slide around easier on the genitals, and enhances the feeling of the vibrations.
Use it on all of your body. Try using the vibrator in different places, warming you up for your favorite spot. Many vibrators are powerful enough to use pleasurably on the back, face, legs and feet. Remember to wash your vibrator well when you plan to use it in this way.
Especially for men

Men may be a little apprehensive about trying a vibrator for the first time because they may be asking, what do I do with this? A vibrator is perfect for stimulating all areas of the genitals. The head, shaft and base of the penis, as well as the testicles and anus can all be stimulated enjoyably. Some men find that the vibrator is great to massage the area underneath the scrotum as they give themselves manual stimulation. This can produce a fantastic orgasm.

What do I look for in a vibrator?

Your tastes

The vibrator that you choose will have to be compatible with those who are going to use it. Is the vibrator just for you or is it for you and your partner? If you plan to use this vibrator as a couple then be sure that you and your partner shop for the vibrator together. Your partner should feel included in the decision so that he or she can be most comfortable with the purchase. Try to think of ways you would incorporate the vibrator into your lovemaking, or whether the vibrator would offer you the new excitement you’re looking for.

The most important attribute of a vibrator is its ability to stimulate. It is your task to determine what type of stimulation you find most enjoyable. You should choose a vibrator that will massage the area(s) of the body that you want stimulated, in other words one that will fit the kinds of enjoyment you were thinking of. Furthermore, think about the strength of vibration that you will find most enjoyable. Most vibrators come with adjustable settings, but often the solid models convey the vibrations with far more intensity than "jelly" vibrators. Often the large the batteries, the more intense the vibrations. 

 

 

 

 

 



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