01 April 2017
I thought we'd start the month off with a good 'vibe' and begin the fresh new look news/blogs with one for the ladies (and you curious guys out there)..... so, VIBRATORS it is - now this used to be a word that you didn't say in public, much less hear, but today it's a word that is pretty common in almost every conversation us girls have. We laugh about them and we joke about them and most of us own at least one of them; yes guys, sorry but we do, in fact some of us have an entire drawer full of them. So why is it then that when the word VIBRATOR comes up in converstaion many people get funny about the topic, some blush, some laugh and some even walk out of the room; WHY??
Fact is most women love them, and no, it's not a dirty thing, these days owning a vibrator is as common as owning a toaster, it's a small appliance, very easy to use and comes in an array of pretty colours, shapes and sizes...multi speeds, reverse action, multifunctional, dual sensation what isn't there to like.
As a sex toy, I'd say honestly that the vibrator is second to none. It's a favourite of many women and is quite possibly the most popular adult toy on the market. The sales rise year upon year and it's no wonder why as the vibrator serves a unique function and there are times when absolutely nothing else will do! HOWEVER...it's also one of those toys that although a thrill it can sometimes be a disappointment, you just have to find the one that's right for you and there are so many variations on the basic concept that it can be a real challenge to figure out which is THE one. (Hence why we ladies tend to have so many....)
A few things you should know about vibrators to help make an informed choice.....
A vibrator is primarily used by women for clitoral stimulation and their biggest selling point is that it offers a fairly reliable way for us girls to achieve orgasm. A vibrator can provide more intense and sustained stimulation than fingers or a tongue and even for you lucky women who can easily reach climax in other ways, a vibrator can boost sensation and arousal very quickly.
The classic vibrator that most people are familiar with is obviously phallus shaped, approximately 4-6" long and generally made of plastic or rubber. A popular variation is the clitoral vibrator, which tends to be smaller than the phallus shaped version and usually egg or bullet shaped. They also come in animal shapes; why I cannot understand this; but rabbits, bears, cats and dolphins seem to the choice here...the selling points of this type of vibrator are a more focused, intense stimulation (from the ears or tail...) and a more precise localised control over the speed and intensity. And lets not forget the the G spot vibrator, which is long and curved to stimulate the G spot within the vagina.
Some of the newer vibrators are multi functional, combining the internal G spot stimulation with the clitoral stimulation and usually have more moving and rotating parts as well as the vibrating components, doubling your pleasure! If you want to go really high tech, check out the latest models that also contain a micro-processor with programmable vibration patterns or remote controlled....now they REALLY are FUN for both you and your partner especially when caught unaware...you also have the waterproof option for all you water babies out there that like a little more than bubble fun in your bath....
Now, when it comes to selecting your personal buzzy friend, the intensity of the vibration is one of the most important criteria...and WOW, you can say that again!! One of the leading outlets for your personal sex toy suggests you tickle the end of your nose with the vibrating end of the toy in question and if it makes you sneeze (strange I know, but very true...) then this is the one for you!! Electric models are generally more powerful than battery operated ones but on the downside they are also more expensive and can be restrictive due to the cord getting in the way when using your toy. Battery powered vibrators are more portable and available in far more different sizes and styles, and even with battery operated vibes you'll find those that use 'C' batteries rather than 'AA' or 'A' are more powerful. If the noise level is also a factor and a concern for you, then ask to try before you buy... ( just switch it on, not actually use lol....) NOTE: Plastic vibes are noisier than rubber ones!
With regards to the POWER and INTENSITY of your VIBRATOR that is a matter of personal choice too as we are all different, but be careful not to but one that is too weak as you can always tone down the intensity because most of all ladies...it's far better to have too much PLEASURE at our fingertips than not enough :)
Just remember ladies (or gentlemen...) when choosing your 'little' buzzy friend, that this is one sex toy that is worth spending a little more money on from the start, the cheap flimsy plastic ones are barely worth the effort. Make sure the vibrator you choose has all the qualities that are important to you so that you, and your partner if you like to share....can look forward to many enjoyable hours of sexy fun with your new toy!!! And always remember ladies to remove the batteries BEFORE you pack it away for that naughty weekend !!
Most of all....have fun & enjoy...VIBRATORS, they're as common as owing a toaster!!