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Top Ten Misconceptions About Vibrators

  1. Vibrators are for people who are frigid or can’t get off any other way.
  2. Although vibrators are often used as part of therapy for people with sexual dysfunctions, vibrators are most often enjoyed by people who have active sex lives otherwise and just enjoy the pleasurable sensations and easy orgasms you can get with a vibe.
  3. Vibrators are just for masturbation.
  4. A lot of people do use vibrators for self-pleasure, but vibrators can easily be incorporated into the lovemaking of any couple. One partner can use it on the other, or one can use it while the other watches or helps. You can even put the vibe between you so you both get a buzz.
  5. Only women use vibrators.
  6. Men can and do use vibrators. Lots of guys enjoy stroking the length of their shaft or the underside of their cock head with a vibe. The base of the balls or the perineum are also good spots for men. More adventurous guys may go for vibrating anal toys, which will quickly send the prostate into spasms of pleasure.
  7. If my girlfriend uses a vibrator, it means she’s unhappy with our sex.
  8. Even when they are satisfied with sex with their partner, many women still enjoy using a vibrator for solo play or even during sex to enhance their pleasure during lovemaking. Whatever makes her happy in bed is good for both of you. Try a vibrating cock ring with a clit stimulator; that should be fun for you both.
  9. Using a vibrator can damage your sexual organs.
  10. Doing anything too much can potentially hurt your body, but occasionally using a vibrator won’t injure your sex organs. If you use a vibrator too long, or too often, you may find you skin becomes numb and tingly, but this effect should be temporary. Just give it a rest for a while.
  11. Vibrators are noisy.
  12. Cheaply made vibrators can be noisy, but many newer quality models run quietly and some are nearly silent. Small bullet and egg vibrators, and electric coil vibrators are some of the quietest types available.
  13. Vibrators are addictive.
  14. Some people can get “hooked” on their vibrator, or stop responding to other forms of stimulation, but this is not the same as being “addicted.” You can become mentally or physically conditioned to respond more strongly to a vibrator simply because you associate it with pleasure and orgasm. The solution is to take breaks from your vibe and use other ways to get off.
  15. All vibrators feel about the same.
  16. Different models of vibrators produce different sensations of varying intensity, which is good, because people are different and enjoy different types of stimulation. Whether you prefer a light buzz, a steady hum, or a deep throb, there’s a vibe that’s right for you.
  17. Vibrators are just meant to be used on the genitals.
  18. Most people use vibrators on their genitals to induce orgasm, but vibrators can also be used to increase arousal by using them on other erogenous zones, like the breasts and ass. You can use just about any vibrator on your other "hot zones" but there are specially designed toys such as vibrating nipple clamps and anal toys. And of course, if you use a vibrating massager like the Hitachi Magic Wand you can give yourself a nice tension-relieving neck or back massage too.
  19. A vibrator can get you off instantly.
  20. The amount of time it takes to reach orgasm with a vibrator depends on the vibrator, and the individual. Also, using a vibrator isn’t a completely passive activity. You can’t switch a vibe on and expect it to do all the work; you have to work it a little yourself.
 


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