Use a Vibrator
A vibrator is a device used to stimulate the user sexually through quick and consistent vibration. The device is primarily used for female masturbation, but can also be used by males, and can also be used to enhance the love making of couples.
Rules of Vibrator Usage
- Do Whatever Feels the Best.
- Only use for its intended purpose. Do not use regular vibrators in the anus.
- Keep it clean. Watch out, as not all are water-proof.
The Different Kinds of Vibrators and How They Are Used
Most people don't know how many different kinds of vibrators there are, or how they can be used to enhance their sexual experience. Here are a few examples of the most popular ones and how they are commonly used:
External Wand Type Vibrators
These are by far the most common type of vibrators. They are made to be hand held and used on the outside of the body (non-inserted). Usually the vibrating head of the wand is pressed against the clitoris for stimulation. The proper speed of vibration combined with the right amount of pressure applied can usually bring a woman orgasm or even multiple orgasms.
This type of vibrator is a wearable variation of the wand type vibrator. It is a vibrating device that is strapped onto the body and worn over the clitoris. These can also be referred to as "hands-free" vibrators. They only cover the clitoris, and since they are hands free they are often used in conjunction with other vibrators or even dildos for penetration and simulated intercourse.
These vibrators are cylindrical in shape and are specifically designed for penetration. They can also be used for external stimulation of the clitoris. Using lube such as Astroglide can greatly enhance the experience. Be sure to try different depths and plunging techniques.
Also known as "Egg" vibrators, these are inserted into the vagina and then turned on by an external remote. Some even have wireless external remotes that could be used by partners. It is not recommended that these are used anally, as they may become temporarily irretrievable in your colon.
G-Spot vibrators are curved so that when inserted they will stimulate the "G-Spot". Finding the G-Spot is fairly easy, but not all females enjoy G-Spot stimulation as much as clitoral stimulation. It boils down to personal preference whether this type of vibrator is for you or not.
Anal vibrators are designed specifically to fit into the anus but not without lube. Be sure to lube yourself up first with a water based lubricant such as Astroglide. If you are not experienced with anal play, you may want to try using a butt plug instead, so that your anus gets used to being stimulated. These vibrators are usually worked in and out of the anus slowly while vibrating for stimulation. As an important side note, DO NOT use a 'dirty' anal vibrator vaginally or you may cause infection. Be sure to keep your anal vibrator clean.
You're all Set
Now that you've got your type of vibrator you're all set to embark into a fun and exciting world of increased sexual pleasure. Just remember, use your vibrator in whatever manner feels the best!