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Why Buy a Vibrator?

The history of the vibrator has skipped between the medical and the porn world since it’s invention in Victorian times.

But it’s really in the last 15 years that vibrators have come out of the closet and have been embraced as the fabulous playthings they really are.

Before this, a woman using a vibrator was seen as either hysterical, sex-starved, sex-crazed, bitterly single or just plain sad. She was also in dire peril of becoming de-sensitized or addicted to vibrator sex, unable to enjoy “proper” sex again!

Happily (and in no small part down to Sh!, the first women’s sex shop in the UK), a vibrator’s buzz is now something every modern women is free to explore and enjoy.

Vibrators Help Women Orgasm

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Sh! Jessica Rabbit £40

1 in 3 women find orgasms tricky during sex and 1 in 10 find them frustratingly impossible to come by. Even easily orgasmic women take their time, with most requiring over 20 minutes of stimulation before they climax.

Lots of women have their first orgasm with a vibrator.

Learning how to ‘do it’ as well as learning how to recognize the feelings leading up to orgasm, are the first liberating steps into discovering different ways to orgasm too.

Female sexuality is complex. The upside is that female orgasm is longer and stronger than the male equivalent when it does arrive.

Hands, tongues and bodies tire, but a well-charged vibrator never does. Delivering 200 oscillations a minute, it can provide the constant and sustained stimulation that allows many women to tip over the edge.

For many women, their vibrator equals a guaranteed orgasm, whether alone or with a partner.  Whilst not all sex has to culminate in climax (for either party) if it’s a case of frustration and disappointment vs bringing out your vibe – then we say ‘bring it out’!

Vibrators Enhance Couples’ Sex

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Sh! Easy Egg £22

Around 75%-80% of women don’t orgasm through penetration alone.

Most of us need extra clitoral stimulation to tip us over the edge during intercourse.

It can be difficult to co-ordinate, as well as tiring, to do this manually, whereas a well-placed vibrator can make adding clitoral thrills easy.

Not just for clitorises, a vibrator’s buzz can feel good on all erogenous zones; nipples, necks, inner thighs, bums, your man’s tackle – you name it!

A vibrator provides focused sensations that many women – and men – find intensely stimulating. It’s a different sort of sensation from any other and worth exploring.

A vibrator can enhance all sorts of erotic play and more and more couples are enjoying toys together.

Happily, with vibrators loosing their taboo, and with so many stylish and discreet vibes on the market today,  introducing toys to partner sex has never been easier.

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