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How to Use a Vibrator

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Congratulations! You have gotten over the hurdle and bought a vibrator (or are about to buy a vibrator). Now you are ready to use a vibrator. But what do you do with it once you have it? How do you really use a vibrator? Below are a few ideas on how to use a vibrator. Keep in mind that since everyone is different, use this as a starting point to discover what works best for you or your partner.

Say Hello To Your New Friend

Carefully take your vibrator out of its packaging. Check the instructions to see if the vibrator has any special instructions.  Then, CLEAN IT! (Do you really want to use a sex toy near or in your private parts that has been touched by someone in a factory ?) If it’s a luxury vibrator, it is most likely waterproof and can be cleaned with toy cleaner or mild soap and water. Once it is clean, charge it (or if you still have a battery operated vibrator, put batteries in it). Make sure that there are no physical defects before turning it on. Once it’s charged (or the batteries are installed properly), get to know how it works. Turn it on. Turn if off. Play with the settings and speeds.

Try It On Yourself

Whether using a vibrator alone or with a partner, try it on your own body and see how it feels with more pressure, less pressure, using different angles of the vibrator, etc. You might alway want to try lying on the vibrator or using it in different positions. If the vibration is too intense to start with, try experimenting with the vibrator with your clothes on or a towel covering your sensitive areas.

Keep The Lights On

Yes – You read that correctly! Experiment with the vibrator with the lights on. When the lights are on, you can discover the exact spots on your body that enjoy stimulation. This is good information for you to know and share with a partner. After all, what you think might turn you on, might be a total bust. You never know what you will discover until you experiment!

Relax And Get Comfortable

Once you’ve done a little experimentation with the lights on, dim the lights (or turn them off) and create a comfortable atmosphere that allows you to relax. Play some music, read erotic fiction, watch pornography, take a bath or shower (luxury vibrators are waterproof, remember?) . . . whatever you need to get you in the mood to relax and enjoy the pleasurable sensations of the vibrator.

Get More Personal

Now that you are relaxed, make sure to touch the vibrator all over your body from your feet to hands to your shoulders. Get used to the vibration and then move onto the more sensitive parts. You can slowly move the vibrator up the inner thigh, or in circles around the breasts and nipples. Take your time and don’t rush!

Most vibrators are used to stimulate the clitoris. When ready and aroused, add lubricant to the clitoris and vaginal opening. Start with the outer edge of the outer labia and work inward slowly. Experiment with speed and pressure (start gently) and vibration patterns.  Try up and down strokes and circles of varying size. Try moving down with a firm stroke and up with a light stroke, then try the reverse. If you are too sensitive to take direct stimulation of the clitoris, you can do this to one side. Try an upside down “U” – up one side, over the top, and down the other side – then reverse. Another thing to try is using the vibrator on the labia or above the clitoris. This type of stimulation feels different than direct clitoral stimulation.

Penetration

Although more than 70% of women need clitoral stimulation to orgasm and use vibrators for external stimulation, some women do enjoy penetration with a vibrator to stimulate the G-spot. Penetration can also be combined with clitoral stimulation using a rabbit vibrator or dual stimulation vibrator. Start slow and make sure that you are aroused. Don’t forget that personal lubricant is important for an internal vibrator. Put lubricant on the shaft of the vibrator, as well as use your fingers to apply lubricant on the vulva and inside the vagina.

Using A Vibrator With A Partner

A vibrator is not just for solo play. Many couples find it fun when they add a vibrator into their sexual play. You can use the vibrator on your partner or your partner can control the vibration and speed by using a remote controlled vibrator. Most men find this extremely arousing, and it can be very educational for him as well. Either way, he should be aware of his partner’s body’s movements (like thrusting). The movements will likely intensify and speed up as orgasm approaches.

A vibrator can also be worn during sex so that both partners experience pleasure. A couples vibrator is worn by her and stimulates the clitoris and G-spot, while the penis is inside the vagina. Another toy that couples use is a vibrating penis ring. A vibrating penis ring is worn around the base of the penis and stimulates the clitoris and labia, while constricting his blood flow for more intense orgasms.

Finish Line

Clean the vibrator again with with toy cleaner or mild soap and water. Recharge the vibrator as needed. If the vibrator has batteries, remove the batteries to preserve battery life. Removing the batteries can also help to avoid the vibrator turning on by itself or dreaded battery corrosion. Store each vibrator in a separate pouch to protect its surface. (Silicone touching silicone is not wise!)

Final Thoughts

Using a vibrator is supposed to be fun and experimental. There really are no rules except to stop when it hurts and don’t first use a vibrator anally and then switch to vaginal use because of the bacteria issue. Always remember that you are on a pleasure mission, where your pot of gold is ORGASM!

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