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For most women, clitoral stimulation is the most common route to orgasm. It’s also the route of least resistance, being found in an easily accessible location. While women will know exactly what buttons they’re pushing on their own bodies, their partner’s might not be so knowledgeable. This guide should help you to find this simulation centre on your lady’s body, and send her through the roof with pleasure once you start bringing a vibrator into play.
Everyone knows men are capable of ejaculating during orgasm. It’s less commonly discussed that women have the same abilities. While a woman’s ejaculate isn’t intended for reproduction, it’s a side effect which can be quite explosive, and at times unexpected for a woman. Female ejaculation is commonly referred to as squirting.
Most of the time when vibrators are discussed, men are largely left out in the cold. Unfortunately, vibrators are viewed mainly as a woman’s sex toy. This couldn’t be further from the truth though. While they lack the vagina which so many vibrators call home, men can still enjoy all kinds of sensations from vibrator use. Some are even specifically designed for male stimulation, targeting specific parts of the male body just like female vibrators do.
Thanks to the frank discussion of four girls from New York City (you’ll understand later…), vibrators have been catapulted into the social eye. While their initial exposure wasn’t entirely positive, it’s become more and more acceptable for women and even men to own them in recent years.
A vibrator is one of the simplest and most basic kinds of sex toys on the market today. It is made solely for one function. To vibrate of course! Men and women all over the world find huge amounts of joy from these tiny devices, and are always thinking up new and imaginative designs and ways to use them.