Vibrator Use

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Vibrators can provide remarkable stimulation to a myriad of places on a woman’s body as well as a man’s.  There are a wide variety of ways you can use a vibrator.  Focus on what feels good on you, not what you think is “normal.”  As we said, there is no right or wrong choice – only what is right for you.

To Penetrate or Not

If you’re not sure if penetration or clitoral stimulation works best for you, try this method.  Place the tip of the vibrator up against your clitoris and then slide the shaft between your labia.  Next slide the vibrator into your vagina.  Bring the vibrator back out and up in the reverse direction.  Basically you are repeating the initial moves only in the reverse direction.  Continue the process going slowly back and forth, in and out.  This works best with a smooth vibrator meant for insertion.

Locating Your G-Spot

The G-spot is sometimes a tricky area for many women to locate.  Everyone is different.  You may feel the G-spot as a walnut-sized protrusion on the upper wall of the vagina.  A G-spot vibrator is made especially for this task as they are designed to locate and stimulate the G-spot.  They are a wonderful tool for self-discovery.

If you still have difficulties locating the G-spot, remember that with G-spot vibrators, deep penetration is not necessary.  You may need to move the vibrator up and down until you locate your G-spot.  Secondly, begin your explorations on the lowest speed.  A G-spot is not always aroused, so you may need to manipulate it.  Pay attention to your body and listen to it.  When you find your G-spot, you will know it.

Don’t worry if you feel the need to urinate when you feel your G-spot stimulated.  It is completely normal.  When stimulated, the G-spot becomes engorged with fluid.  While this may produce the sensation of needing to urinate, it is highly unlikely you will.  What you may experience is female ejaculation, which is a clear, odorless fluid expelled during orgasm.  Accompanied with it are earth-shaking orgasms, so push on past the urge!

Using Your Vibrator with a Partner

Yes, vibrators can also be a great addition to a couple’s sex life.  However, do not just spring it on your partner.  Communicate and discuss it first.  Ideally, you should pick out the vibrator together.  The vibrator you select should provide the kind of stimulation you and your partner both like.

Finger vibrators are a great choice.

Once you have the new toy, have it ready to go at a moment’s notice.  You do not want to be trying to get it out of the package and inserting the batteries when you are both already hot and heavy.  Talk about ruining the mood!  Keep it close by and ready for action.

You can control the vibrator using it on yourself during foreplay.  Or you can use the vibrator on your partner.  You can also ask your partner to hold the vibrator next to your clitoris during sex.  It will increase your ability to have an orgasm.  Another method is to alternate between using your mouth or hands to using the vibrator for stimulation.  Pay attention to your partner and their responses.  They may prefer to control the vibrator or they may prefer you doing it.

These are just a few of the ways to use a vibrator.  In our What is the Best Vibrator article we explain more on how to choose the best vibrator.  There are a multitude of vibrators each with their own purpose and function.






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