Vibrator Tips for Newbies


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Vibrator Tips for Newbies

by DoctorClimax.com

So you’ve decided you want to get a vibrator, good for you! A journey of sexual discovery and quite a few soiled bedsheets lays ahead of you. Nobody is ever fantastic at something when they first start off, so if using a vibrator involves some bumps along the way as you familiarize yourself, don’t beat yourself up. Of course, there are some good tips out there to get you started and keep you moving forward until you’re an absolute sex toy diva. Of course, these tips are going to be supplied by yours truly, let’s not waste any more time and get right down to business.


Choose Your Starting Size


Vibrators come in many different shapes and sizes, making sure you pick one that’s right for you is important when venturing into the world of vibrators. For reference’s sake, the average penis is 5.5’’ in length and 1.45’’ in diameter, so from there, you can compare the average penis to the size of the vibrator you’re buying to make a purchase that’s custom-tailored just for you. Anything above 1.6’’ in diameter is starting to get on the bigger size, while anything under that average of 1.45’’ should be extremely accommodating. Length is less of an issue since there’s nothing lost from being unable to fully insert the toy if you happen to be too small of a woman. At the same time, try and pick something closer to your “ideal” penis size since the motors within the toy are placed based on length.


Don’t Be Discouraged If You Don’t Orgasm


Did you know about 70% of women need some kind of clitoral stimulation to reach orgasm? If your fully vaginal toy can’t get you off the first time you shouldn’t think that it never can or never will. If you keep using it however and just can’t seem to get over the hump into orgasm territory you should consider buying a rabbit vibrator. Rabbit vibrators have both a vaginal arm and a clitoral arm for maximum pleasure. Other options include bullet vibrators that are meant to be gently traced around the clitoris for a spine-bending experience.


Your Options Are VAST


Although the typical straight-shot phallic tube might come to mind whenever you hear the word “vibrator”, it’s far from the only type of vibrator out there. In fact, besides the rabbit & bullet vibrators mentioned above, the limits are to the roof. The Lush 2 by Lovense (reviewed here by Doctor Climax) is a powerful wearable vibrator, while the (in)famous Hitachi Magic Wand is a shining example of a wand vibrator. Sonic toys such as the Womanizer Pro don’t even need to touch you, yet on the other end of the spectrum, there’s the Mona 2 by Lelo in the G-spot vibrator category for a more pinpoint touch.


Honestly, you can lose yourself in the inner pages of the many online sex shops while browsing around quite easily thanks to the sheer number of options represented. Vibrator technology advances in leaps and bounds on a yearly basis, there really is something out there for everybody.


Use Lubricant


Bare minimum, you should warm yourself up a little bit with your fingers and get your natural juices flowing before inserting any sex toy. Without proper lubrication, you just simply aren’t going to have a good time. What type of lubricant you can use varies based on what your sex toy is made from. All toys are compatible with water-based lubricant, but silicone toys can’t use silicone-based lubricant and most synthetic plastic-type materials aren’t compatible with oil-based lubes. Even a dollop on the end can end up making all the difference when you’re reflecting as to whether or not you’re a vibrator type of girl.


Conclusion


Truly, using a vibrator is a pretty straightforward task. Make sure you’re revved up and ready to go, apply a little bit of lube to your toy of choice, and then get down to it! It’ll probably take some time for you to figure out exactly how to move it and where your sweet spots are, but after just a few sessions you’ll be cranking out blissful orgasms like it’s your day job. Welcome to the wonderful world of sex toys, and best of luck!