Rabbits, what are they? How do rabbits work? How do I use a rabbit? All these questions and more answered below! These are the absolute basics on what you need to know. 


Sex toys are marvelous! And knowing how to use them properly can really help boost your pleasure. These are what you need to know on how to use them.


What are rabbits?


The rabbit is a dual stimulator, it stimulates both the clitoris and the g-spot at the same time. In my shop rabbits are under dual stimulators.


Now days the clitoral stimulator on the rabbit doesn’t always have to vibrate. Sometimes they can suck or flick. They also don’t have a typical shape, which is why I’ve started referring to them as dual stimulators. 


The clitoral part of the rabbit is based at the shaft of the rabbit, above the controls. The clitoral stimulator can be shaped like bunny ears, or a thumb. They also have clitoral stimulators that focus on sucking, flicking or have a rotating function to imitate a tongue.


The shaft of the rabbit can have beads sometimes, it might rotate, it can have beads in the center for added stimulation. The shaft can also thrust or do a come hither motion, which is a really fun aspect when it comes to rabbits. 


The rabbit was invented to stimulate two areas at once, and can be used in a lot of fun ways. 


What materials are rabbits typically made of?


Rabbits are typically made out of silicone. They sometimes can be made out of jelly, but I don’t recommend them. Jelly is a material to avoid, but silicone is golden! Silicone is one of the best materials for sex toys!


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.  


What are rabbit shapes? 


Rabbits have a shaft with a clitoral stimulator. The shaft can curve upward sometimes to help stimulate the g-spot and the clitoral stimulator can take an array of shapes and sizes. Depending on the rabbit, some have a long handle and some don’t have a defined handle.


The clitoral stimulator can look like bunny ears, a thumb, a suction and so much more. It’s about finding what you enjoy most when it comes to the clitoral stimulator. 


Some rabbits are a u-shape now, the control is built into the design in a whole new way.





Where does a rabbit go?


 The rabbit is meant for vaginal and clitoral pleasure. I know when you look at the rabbit that you may think the clitoral stimulator can be for anal pleasure. You can try, but it might be a little short to get it to your anus… 


You can however get a rabbit with an anal stimulator already on it. If that’s something that intrigues you. They also have what is called a triple threat. It’s a clitoral, vaginal and anal stimulator all in one. So if you want to explore with that option, it’s available. 


How to use a rabbit?


You’ll want to lubricate either the toy or make sure you are properly lubricated. Then you’ll want to insert the shaft into the vagina. You can then situate the clitoral stimulator where you want, you can move it however feels good


After the toy has been inserted you can thrust it in and out. The speed of your thrust depends on what feels good for you, don’t be afraid to explore.  Turn it on before or after the insertion, the choice is up to you.


How to clean a rabbit?


If the rabbit is water-proof, you don’t have to worry about the battery area. If your rabbit 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!


Explore Rabbits!


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