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Clitoral Vibrator and The Best Way To Get THE BLISSFUL BUZZ orgasm

Clitoral Vibrator and The Best Way To Get THE BLISSFUL BUZZ orgasm

Toy(s) you will need:

7 Speed Dildo Vibrator Dual Motor Vibration Clitoris Simulator G-spot Massage.

or 10 SPEED DUAL MOTOR BIG SIZE DILDO VIBRATORS CLITORIS SIMULATOR G-SPOT MASSAGE VIBRATION.

Type of play: Solo

The vibrator, an amazingly versatile instrument of pleasure, has single-handedly introduced thousands of women to orgasmic bliss. If you think that sounds like an adult bookstore's marketing hype, visit a women's sexuality website, read some erotica, or ask a sex therapist you'll see that the vibrator plays a pivotal role in women's experience of sex. During the years I worked in a sex shop, I had countless people ”married, singles, old and young” come back after buying their first vibrator and blushingly utter two words to me: Thank you. If you can remember what it was like to orgasm for the very first time, you know what an incredibly powerful awakening this is.

When you think about what and how women learn about sex, it's no surprise the vibrator sweeps us off of our feet. Unlike men, whose genitalia, being external, make erotic exploration unavoidable, women have to search for their clits and vaginas. And few do, thanks to cultural messages we receive about being dirty down there and saving ourselves till marriage. All this does is set women up for frustration once they finally find themselves in a sexual situation. How many of us have spent nights hoping a lover's penis or tongue would get us off, only to be teased or disappointed!

Enter the vibrator, a small device that does two things: first, it requires women to masturbate, a necessary part of sexual self-discovery. Second, vibrators help women to achieve orgasm. Whether it helps you climax for the first time or makes it easier for you to come, a vibrator can fill in where Mother Nature comes up short. For years I masturbated manually, only to have my hand cramp up seconds before I came. Now I'm never more than a pair of batteries away from reliable stimulation.

If you're trying vibrator stimulation for the first time, choosing the right toy is key (see the Toys for All Seasons chapter). Many women futilely thrust phallic-shaped vibrators in and out of their vaginas, assuming this simulated intercourse will lead to thigh-clenching orgasms. In fact, according to the Kinsey Report, about 80 percent of women orgasm primarily from clitoral stimulation and 20 percent from vaginal penetration. Given those statistics, the following advice is geared primarily toward clitoral stimulation, but you are most certainly welcome to add vaginal stimulation to this activity as well. For more on vaginal orgasms, see the G Marks the Spot activity.

What To Do If You've Never Had an Orgasm . . .

The two vibrators recommended for this activity are particularly well suited for first-timers. Any vibrator will do, but I chose these for the intensity of their vibrations and their non-threatening appearance. The Wahl is an electric vibrator available in most drugstores and looks like a handheld mixer or small appliance. It delivers strong, focused vibrations and is the quietest vibrator I've encountered (great if you have nosy housemates or kids). If you want something that's not quite so appliance-like, consider the Pocket Rocket, a smaller toy with surprisingly strong vibrations. It runs on batteries, which makes it a great travel vibe, plus it's easy to stash in bedside tables or purses.

Relax. The key to your enjoyment is your ability to relax and stay in the moment, so check your anxieties or frustrations at the door. Stop thinking about work, the kids, or the dirty laundry. Take a warm bath or get a message beforehand.

Turn yourself on. Think about what things have turned you on in the past and focus on them now to jump-start your arousal. Fantasize about a steamy sexual encounter, replay a scene from a sexy movie, or imagine yourself naked with your favorite celebrity. If you enjoy additional stimulation, put on some sexy music or read some erotica.

Have a look. If you've never really looked at your genitals before, take out a mirror and hold it with one hand while you use the other hand to locate the parts of your genitalia. Look for the clitoris under its protective hood at the top of your vulva; identify your labia, vagina, and anus. It might help to have an anatomical diagram next to you if you're having trouble figuring out what's what.

Let your fingers do the walking. Use your fingertips to explore all the parts of your genital anatomy. Notice the smoothness of the labial folds, and the hardness of the clitoris. Peel back the clitoral hood and touch the glans so you are familiar with its sensitivity. Insert a finger into your vagina and notice the different textures as it moves in slightly. As you explore, pay attention to the parts of your vulva that feel especially good when stimulated.

Play with yourself. Put the mirror down, lie on your back, and touch yourself all over. Begin by running your hands all over your skin, lingering on the spots that feel particularly sensitive ”including the breasts and the insides of your thighs. Try a variety of movements on your labia and clitoris, pulling, pinching, and rubbing along the smooth skin. Focus on the clitoris, paying attention to any erotic sensations that certain moves generate. Some women like to use two fingers to rub over the clitoral hood in a circular motion; others place a fingertip on either side of the clitoris and move from side to side.

Feel the buzz. Turn your vibrator on and explore in much the same way that you did with your hands. Try running the toy over different parts of your body, including your genitals, but saving your clit for last. Lightly place the tip of the vibrator on your clitoral hood. If the vibration is too intense, place a washcloth or piece of clothing between your body and the toy.

Add your Kegels. Slowly rock your hips back and forth, contracting your PC muscles (what you squeeze when you want to stop a stream of urine) in time to the motion.

Mix it up. Vary the speed on your vibrator or apply pressure to get a stronger vibration on your clitoris. If you're moving the toy around, try changing the direction of the motion. As your arousal builds, try stopping and starting the vibration. By “teasing” your clit you coax it along ”when you withhold the stimulation, your body jumps back after it when it's resumed. If you have a hard time getting over the top, stop the toy for longer periods and relax your muscles. Try using the vibrator in a different position ”squeeze it between your legs or lie on top of it.

Breathe deeply. Resist the urge to hold your breath; instead, take long, deep breaths. With practice, you can coordinate the rhythm of your breathing to your mounting arousal. When you feel yourself close to orgasm, inhale, then time your exhale with the onset of the orgasm, and you'll feel the sexual contraction flow through your body to your toes.

Stay with it. One of the frustrating and magical things about orgasm is that it can feel very elusive up until you're actually seconds away from having one. Once you hit the point of no return, your orgasm will sweep over you in a matter of seconds, and your body will be wracked by several contractions.

Go for multiples. Vibrators are tireless—they can keep going and going long after hands or penises tire out. After your first orgasm, remove the vibrator if your clit is too sensitive, but return after a few seconds to try for another orgasm. You might be surprised at how easy it is to go for more than one, or two, or three . . .

Try and try again. Don't worry if you don't make it on your first go-round. Just pick up the toy again later and give it another try. Sometimes it can take several weeks before your body becomes accustomed to the stimulation. Try to learn from each attempt, paying close attention to which types of stimulation feel best and building on those.

If You've Had Orgasms but Never with a Vibrator . . .

I've had a few people ask, Why would I use a vibrator when I can come just fine without one? to which I often reply, Why hand washes when you've got a machine? At their most basic, vibrators are labor-saving devices ”they last longer than our (or our lover's) hands” getting a job done efficiently and expertly. But they've had a bigger impact than that. Just as the industrial age freed up time to pursue leisurely activities, vibrators free our minds (no more anxieties about whether we're coming), free our hands (to explore other pleasure spots), and free our sexual appetites. When sexual pleasure is easily attained, our self-confidence grows and we're likely to want more sex. Put simply, good sex leads to better sex, which leads to more sex.

Toy Testimonials

My husband uses the Wahl body massager with the small rounded tip on my clit with some KY warming lotion, and I'm off in ninety seconds, over and over again.

On top of that, vibrators can add something new to your routine. Many women claim that vibrator-induced orgasms are more intense than those they get through manual stimulation. Many women become multiply orgasmic thanks to the vibrator's unfailing dedication to their clits. And plenty of couples in search of simultaneous orgasms find that vibrators offer women the necessary stimulation to reach this end. Here are some things to keep in mind if you're an old pro at orgasms, but you're new to vibrators:

Go with what you know. Since you know what kind of stimulation already feels good to you, select a vibrator that offers something similar. Decide where you want to use the vibrator (vaginally, clitorally, anally, etc.) and then narrow down the selection based on what type of stimulation (strong, light, diffuse, focused) meets your requirements.

Masturbate with your toy. Even if you're buying a toy to use with a partner, masturbate with it first so you get to know what feels best and can later show your partner. Follow the steps above, paying particular attention to breathing and experimenting with the toy on different parts of your body.

Add or subtract. Once you've come with your vibrator, try changing your style. Most people feel dependent on one method of stimulation for their orgasms, but if you've successfully used your vi-brator, you now have at least two ways. Capitalize on your success by adding other toys to the mix (a vaginal or anal toy perhaps) or by trying it in a new position. Experiment with breathing and fantasy.

Variations

If you like the feeling of your hand on your genitals, try masturbating with the fingertip vibe known

If you're able to get off from a spray of water in the shower or tub, try using a waterproof vibe on your clit during your next soak in the tub.

If you want to free your hands to play with your breasts or to add vibration during intercourse, try a hands-free clit vibe.

If you like to masturbate by lying on top of an object, try putting a wand-style vibrator (like the Hitachi) underneath you or slipping a Natural Contours vibrator into your underwear and pressing against an object.

Add an insertable vibrator for G spot stimulation or a butt plug for anal stimulation.