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How to use a vibrator

Many vibrators come with instruction manuals to tell you how it works but few actually show you what to do with one.

This might seem self explanatory but if you have never used a vibrator before, you may not know what to do.

Get to know it

Take your vibrator out of the packaging. Wash it carefully with warm water and soap or use a toy cleaner, prior to use.

Have a play with the buttons, finding out what speeds it has and pulse/vibration modes. Work out if it has independent motors which work separately as seen in some rabbit vibrators, where the body of the vibrator works independently from the ears.

Familiarising yourself with the control mechanisms will mean you can enjoy uninterrupted sex play and not have to fiddle with the controls at that crucial moment!

Experiment on your own

It is a good idea to experiment with your vibrator before using it with a partner. Getting to know your vibrator will make you feel less self conscious in front of your partner. Once you have familiarised yourself with your vibrator, you can show them what feels good and how to use the vibrator on you.

Use a mirror

This may seem strange but using a mirror to see what you are doing can be a great turn on as well as informative. Keep the lights on so you can see specific places on your body that respond to stimulation.

Play with your vibrator all over your body

Play with your vibrator on other parts of your body such as your neck, nipples, insides of thighs rather than jumping into clitoral or vaginal massage, to feel the power of the vibrations.

Take your time

Start by gently massaging your clitoris with your vibrator on the lowest speed setting to familiarise yourself with the feeling of waves of vibrations. You may not have experienced such feelings of stimulation before, so take your time to enjoy this sensual touch.

Play with vibration modes and patterns

Many vibrators don’t just buzz but offer a variety of vibration patterns and modes, combined with different speed settings.

Experiment with the vibration patterns to find one to suit your needs. Some women enjoy full on vibration modes, other prefer intermittent and revving patterns which slowly increase the intensity of the vibration, then decrease it.

This mode may be best suited to someone who orgasms very quickly as it allows them to prolong their sexual excitement and pleasure.

Experiment with pressure

Use your vibrator to experiment with different levels of pressure, from feather-like caresses over your clitoris to deep pressure, to find out what turns you on.

External pleasure

All vibrators offer external pleasure, but some are designed just for that, such as clitoral vibrator. Even though they are smaller in size, they still contain powerful motors and are ideal for slipping between you and your partner during sexual intercourse.

Many vibrators are shaped to a tapered end, making insertion easy and some have a shaped head, ideal for g-spot stimulation but also great for clitoral play too as they cover a larger area, sending out waves of vibrations through your clitoris and vagina.

Massaging your vibrator all over your labia, hood of your clitoris and just inside your

Most vibrators feel even more pleasurable when used with a lubricant. Again, when choosing a sexual lubricant, select one that is skin safe too.

 

Vibrators
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