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Techniques: How to Use a Vibrator



Using a vibrator after becoming accustomed to manual stimulation is kind of like switching from manual transmission car to an automatic. You don't have to work as hard and you don't stall as often, so you can relax and enjoy the ride. If you haven't experienced orgasm yet, a vibrator might do the trick to get you over the top.

Electric vibrators are stronger and last longer than battery-powered ones, but battery ones have more freedom of movement and are sometimes not as noisy. Vibrators come with all different kinds of heads that have different purposes and provide different opportunities of pleasure.

Try using your vibrator for stimulation inside the vagina, on the vulva and on the clitoris, externally on the anus (or inside the anus if it can be covered in a condom and has a flare at the base so it won't go wandering around your colon - don't use a slimline-style inside the anus, as you could do some serious damage if it slips out of your hand and goes inside) as well as exploring your other erogenous zones all over your body. Try buzzing on and around your nipples for another sensation. You might even want to make a date with yourself, take a long bath with candlelight, have a glass of wine, watch a sexy movie, and finish off with a long and leisurely session of self-pleasure to as many orgasms as you find enjoyable. If your vibrator has variable speeds, try using it on low and then increasing the intensity slowly, bringing lots of blood into your clitoris and labia, and then finally letting your orgasm wash over you. Then go back to low and start all over again, and see if you can have multiple orgasms. Or slip your vibrator into your vagina and then stimulate your clitoris with your hand or another vibrator. Have your partner use your vibrator on you at the same time as stimulating you manually - another way to get lots of nerve endings excited at once.

Keep in mind that a vibrator is just one more tool in your toybox of erotic play. Bring it out when you're in the mood, or leave it alone when you want something a little different.

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