Vibrators! What all can these vibrating sticks with different lengths and girths do? Well let’s talk about what you need to know about vibrators so you can choose the best option for you. Here’s the ultimate guide to vibrators.
What Are Vibrators?
Vibrators are sex toys that are typically in a phallic shaped and vibrate. They have what is called a straight vibration, which is when the toy just vibrates or they can have a vibration pattern which is when the vibration will pulse in a pattern.
With straight vibration, you are typically given 3 levels of intensity. You have low, medium and high. The vibration pattern is typically one strength, is this for every vibrator? No, but this is for the average vibrator.
These are the typical buttons on a vibrator:
Dial: It’s at the base, you can turn the dial to determine how much to increase or decrease the intensity. If a vibrator has a dial then you only have a straight vibration.
Button: The button is typically at the base, it’s typically only one button. This button will allow you to cycle through all the straight vibrations and vibration patterns.
Are these the only options to control a vibrator? No, these are the typical ones you’ll come across however.
What Are Vibrators Made Of?
Vibrators can be made out of silicone or ABS plastic. But are also available in glass, wood and metal. All these materials are body safe, so if you find a vibe you like in these materials, go for it!
There are some materials that you want to avoid. You want to avoid these materials because they aren’t body safe. What do I mean by this? It means that these materials are porous and can easily trap bacteria and wreak havoc on your genitals.
The materials you want to avoid are: Jelly, PVC, toys containing Phthalates. The toys made of Jelly or PVC are porous and can trap bacteria. Phthalates have been known to cause a myriad of problems that you don’t want.
Vibrators are typically longer than 4.5 inches and straight. They sometimes have a curved tip (which is meant for the g-spot) but are straight for the most part.
They can also have grooves and bumps for added sensation. This can help increase your pleasure, it’s really person to person if they like it or not however.
Where To Put A Vibrator
You can put the vibrator into the vagina, on the clitoris but not the anus. Feel free to explore with where you put the vibration and have some fun with your pleasure. You should use lubricant or make sure your body is naturally lubricated.
Do NOT insert the vibrator into the anus, it doesn’t have a flared end so it could get sucked inside the anus and you’ll end up in the hospital.
How To Use A Vibrator
There is never one way to use a toy, you should always explore. However, if you have no idea what to do, that’s okay! After you are properly lubricated, insert the tip of the vibrator into the vagina. You can then thrust in and out, the speed should be determined by what feels good for you. Insert as much or as little of the vibrator as desired.
Cleaning A Vibrator
If the vibrator is water-proof, you don’t have to worry about the battery area. If your vibrator isn’t water-proof, then you want to avoid the control area.
Rinse off any residue that may be on the shaft.
Soap up the shaft of the vibrator.
Rinse off the soap.
Repeat if needed.
Air dry or pat dry, it’s your choice!
If you’re new to diving into your sexuality or a seasoned pro, the vibrator is a great way to explore your body. You can use them on any part of your body, you can explore and discover what you enjoy and what you want to dive into more. Enjoy your body, it’s yours!
Always Uncensor Your Pleasure.
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