How to Choose & Use a Rabbit Vibrator

How to Use a Vibrator

Despite today’s mammoth choice in sex toys, there still persists a myth that bigger is better, which is why many people assume the way to use a VIBRATOR is for internal pleasure.

But most women need clitoral stimulation to orgasm so this is literally missing the point!

In fact, most women don’t include internal stimulation whilst masturbating, but use their vibrators or fingers solely for clitoral stimulation.

Even nowadays, despite lots magazine & TV sex advice, there’s very little that actually teaches us how to use a vibrator.

Clitoral Pleasure Vibe
Clitoral Pleasure Vibe £24

Whilst most of us prefer clitoral stimulation, it’s important to remember that vibrators can be used in a number of ways.

Actually, as we are all different with different sexual responses, an infinite number of ways.

Certainly your trusty vibrator can give you guaranteed “this is how I always do it” orgasms. But alone or with a partner, it is never good to get stuck in a sexual rut.

True, we’ve divided all our vibrators into categories to help you choose. But try not to think of your vibrator solely as a clitoral vibrator, an internal vibrator or a G-Spot vibrator, but as an erotic sex toy that can provide pleasure to many areas of the body.

So, allow yourself plenty of time to get used to your new vibrator. Put an evening aside to experiment. Lock the door, turn off the phone, put up a Do Not Disturb sign…

And – prepare for your session. There’s nothing worse than reaching for your vibrator, all aroused, only to find it’s out of power…

If it’s a rechargeable vibrator, remember to put it on to charge in plenty of time before you want to play. If it requires batteries, put fresh ones in, ensuring they are inserted correctly so that the vibe turns on.

Battery-operated vibrators won’t work if the batteries aren’t placed in the right +/- connectors – these are usually marked in very small characters on the vibe itself, so grab your glasses or call us up for a run through if you are having problems.

The other thing to note is that modern toys can sometimes require you to hold down the ON/OFF button for several seconds to activate the command.

The other essential to a great vibrator session is lubricant. Lubricant goes with sex toys like strawberries go with cream. However wet you get yourself, a drizzle of lubricant on your vibrator will turn it into a super sensual pleasure piece.

 

Cordless Wand
Cordless Wand £50

Ways to use a vibrator by yourself

  •  Give your vibrator a full road test. Experiment with the different settings and see which ones you prefer.
  • For multi-speed vibrators and those offering escalating and pulsing setting, start on the lowest setting and work your way up; the more aroused you become, the more stimulation you’re likely to desire.
  • Build anticipation. Run your vibrator along your whole body, trying out how it feels on your different erogenous zones, using your other hand to touch yourself too. Explore nipples, neck, inside of thighs… As the Monty Python sketch says: “you don’t have to dive straight for the clitoris!”
  • If you’re not ready for full-on clitoral stimulation and your vibrator is already on its lowest setting, put a towel or sheet in between you and your vibe to soften the sensations further.
  • Some women need intense clitoral stimulation whilst others find it more painful than pleasurable. The best way to discover your preferred kind of clitoral stimulation with a vibrator is to start with it stimulating your vulva, vaginal opening and labia and see where it takes you.
  • Try combinations of vibrators – one clitoral, one internal, or a dual pleasure vibe like rabbit vibe. Using a butt plug at the same time as a vibrator inside, will give  a sense of fullness and put pleasurable pressure on your G-Spot.
  • Try using a vibe with your “other hand” – it feels like someone else is pleasuring you.
  • Place your vibrator on a pillow and lie on top of it, rolling your hips sensually –  this movement is really great for arousal and orgasm as it makes you naturally clench your PC muscle. This is also a great vibrator position if  your hand becomes numb or tired holding your vibrator.

Ways to use a vibrator with a partner

Feelz Finger Toys
Feelz Finger Toys £15

A vibrator can be a fun and exciting sexual accoutrement for couples and just like using a vibrator during solo play,  there are infinite amount of ways to explore the pleasures it can give you and your combined erogenous zones.

Here are our top tips:

  • Held against the clitoris during intercourse, a vibrator can help women have an orgasm during penetrative sex – something that doesn’t happen for the vast majority of women.
  • Feeling brazen? Put on a red-hot sex-toy “show” for a lover. As women, we have been taught to be more reserved about masturbation – showing your partner how you do it can be liberating. It’s also likely build intimacy between you, giving your partner some ideas as well as being a huge turn-on!
  • Hand the toy over to your partner and have them control the strength and direction of your toy. Letting go of the buzz will probably give you a different, possibly more intense, orgasm than one you control yourself.
  • Turn the vibrator on a male partner – vibration feels good on penises too, we hear!
  • If either of you want to explore anal play with a vibrator, then unfortunately (unless it’s got a guard or wide base) your regular vibrator won’t do. Things can get lot up the bum, so it’s best to use an anal vibrator which  has been designed or recommended for anal pleasure.

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