How to use a vibrator?
Are you new to vibrators? Learn how to get the most value for your money by following these guidelines.
An intoxicating companion can make your sex life significantly more enjoyable when used alone or with another person.

Partners involved in Pleasure-
According to trauma-informed sex educator Cassandra Corrado, vibrators are an important tool for your sex life.
People with limited mobility and certain disabilities, for example, may be unable to reach or stimulate their genitals, which is especially true for women.
According to Carly S, founder of Dildo or Dildon't and pleasure educator, the same is true for people with larger bodies who have difficulty reaching their bits.
There have been reports of some victims of sexual trauma reporting that the sensation of hands touching their bodies triggers their emotional response to the events. For people like these, the ability to masturbate without being forced to use their hands can be extremely therapeutic.

Thinking about the sensations which you already like-

There is no need to completely re-invent the wheel (er, rub). Consider the sensations that you already enjoy during sex, whether with a partner or on your own.
The author, Carly S., explains that knowing what places you like to be touched can make it easier to find a tool that allows you to feel those places in a positive way, such as with a massager.

If you enjoy (or believe you might enjoy) clitoral stimulation, this is the for you-

Nub-rubbers to the front! To play without penetration or if you enjoy shining your pearl during vaginal-penetrative intercourse, clitoral vibrators are an excellent choice to consider.
In some cases, clitoral vibrators are referred to as external vibrators. There are a billion different types and shapes of clitoral vibrators.
Because the toy can be held at various angles, palm vibes are a good choice for people who like broad stimulation while warming up but require targeted stimulation to get off the couch.
When looking for a clit vibe, you'll notice that there's another type of toy available called clit suction vibrators, which are similar to clit vibes.
These aren't technically vibrators, but they're close enough. They use air to create a sucking sensation on the inside of your clitoral region.

The only way to discover if you'll like a clit suction toy is to give it a shot, says Carly S.

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If you enjoy (or believe you might enjoy) internal vaginal stimulation, this is the for you-
Consider whether you prefer it deep, deep, deep, or just a little bit shallow.
During penetrative sex, do you find yourself pulling your partner deeper and deeper into your genital region? Do you adore riding in a doggy fashion or on a horse's back?
Most likely, it's because you enjoy having your cervix (C-spot) or anterior fornix zone (A-spot) stimulated, which are both located at the back of the vaginal canal.
If you want to replicate this deep, or deep and full, sensation, choose an insertable vibrator with a long shaft.
When it comes to G-spot stimulation, however, if you enjoy having the first few inches of your vaginal canal stimulated, you are likely to enjoy it.

If you enjoy (or believe you might enjoy) internal and external stimulation, this is the for you-

 In order to achieve the best results, you'll want a rabbit vibe, which has a longer "shaft" for internal use and an external attachment for clitoral stimulation.
This is actually the type of toy that Carly S. most frequently recommends to people who are new to vibrating toys. In addition to being extremely versatile, they are not required to be used internally if that is not your intention.
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If you enjoy (or believe you might enjoy) anal stimulation, this is the for you-

Some vibrators can provide you with the gift of anal pleasure, and they are available (and maybe even an anal orgasm).
Consider whether you want something that replicates anal intercourse, which means it can move and thrust in and out of you, or something that goes in and stays in place in your body (like a butt plug). When shopping for a toy that can be inserted and removed, Carly S. recommends looking for something with an extended range of motion.
According to her, “whatever toys you put in your buttocks, keep in mind that they must have a base that allows them to remain firmly planted outside the body.”

If you enjoy (or believe you might enjoy) prostate stimulation, this is the for you-

Corrado explains that in men who have a penis, the prostate is located 2 to 3 knuckles deep into the rectum, depending on the individual.
It can be extremely satisfying to stimulate this patch of tissue because the prostate contains a large number of nerves and is extremely sensitive.
Most other anal toys are either straight or carrot-shaped, whereas the prostate toys are curved to assist you in reaching the P-spot more easily.
Just make sure to take it slow at first. According to Corrado, if you have never tried prostate stimulation before, he recommends that you use the toy without turning on the vibrations first. “Some people may find the vibrations to be too intense.”

If you enjoy (or believe you might enjoy) penis stimulation, this is the for you-
The first question to answer is whether you want to be subjected to vibration and constriction or only vibration.
In Corrado's opinion, the most common type of penis vibrator is an attached cock ring that has a vibrator in it. These are wrapped around the base of the penis to constrict blood flow while also increasing the vibration of the penis itself.
It is also possible to use a penis vibrator during penile-vaginal intercourse to stimulate the clitoris of one's partner.
According to Corrado, if you don't want constriction, there are also vibrating masturbators, which you can use to jerk your penis off or place your penis into and allow the toy to do its thing.

Silicone is the best-
In addition to being utterly non-toxic to the human body, silicone transmits vibration exceptionally well, is incredibly soft, and is extremely easy to clean.
If you're looking for something a little more upscale, our store has something for you. We have silicone-stainless hybrid toys that are *mwah* a lover's kiss, among other things.

Something which is waterproof-

If the bath and shower are already among your favourite places to relax, consider upgrading to a waterproof vibe.
Similar considerations apply in the event that bathing is a part of your self-care routine and you can visualise yourself using a vibe while in the bath.

According to Corrado, “toys that can be used in the bath or shower are especially useful for people who don't have a lot of privacy in their sleeping quarters, such as college students or people who live with their parents.”
According to Corrado, “water-resistant toys are ones that can be submerged in water to clean themselves; they can also be used in the shower; however, the toy will not withstand being submerged in a bathtub or swimming pool.”

App and remote controlled-
Some vibrators can be controlled by an app or a remote control that is connected to the device. Isn't that incredible?

Carly S. says that both are excellent options for people with mobility issues and larger bodies because they eliminate the need to fiddle with buttons between your legs.
Similarly, sex toys that work with apps like the We-Vibe Sync and We-Vibe Moxie are a great way to have fun with a partner who lives far away.

Comparing rechargeable and battery-powered devices-
The majority of vibrators today are rechargeable.
If you don't mind replacing batteries every few months and you're on a tight budget, battery-operated devices are a good option to consider.
According to Corrado, these models may not have as many intensity settings or other bells and whistles as more expensive models, but they are significantly less expensive.

Keep in mind that sex toys are a vector.-

If you have bacterial vaginosis, a yeast infection, or a sexually transmitted infection (STI) and you use your vibrator and then give it to your partner, the likelihood of your partner contracting the infection increases.

It is recommended that you wash your toy before swapping who is using it unless you and your partner have already formed a fluid bond, according to Corrado. “Alternatively, you can use a barrier protection method that can be swapped out between uses. "According to research studies, cleaning may not be sufficient when sex toys are shared during the same encounter, and thus the use of condoms or other barrier methods to prevent STI transmission is a better option to reduce STI transmission.

Make certain that your toy is clean before putting it away.-

 Whether you used it alone or with your sex partners, it is always a good idea to clean it after you have finished your business.
According to Carly S., if your vibrator is made of nonporous material such as silicone, you can wash it with warm water and a nonscented, antibacterial soap," she explains.
After drying it, please place it in a cloth or silk bag to keep it safe. 

"Silicone can attract a lot of hair, fur, and dust, so if you don't store it in one of these bags, it will become gunky," explains Corrado. "If you don't store it in one of these bags, it will become gunky."

The bottom line is as follows:-

 There is no incorrect way to operate a vibrator!
When it comes to vibrators, they are designed to make you feel good, and nothing stops pleasure quite like pressure.
So if you're worried about whether or not you're using it correctly, rest assured that as long as you're feeling good, everything is fine.