How you ever wondered what’s that used for or had to Google magic wand just to see if it did wash the dishes?
From popular questions we get asked to eavesdropping around the internet, these are the most common things women want to know about sex toys but are too embarrassed to ask.
Will sex toys spoil normal sex for me or my partner?
Sex toys will usually enhance sex for one or both partners. Most woman’s straight sex can be improved by introducing a bullet vibrator or other device into lovemaking, resulting in orgasm.
Some women find the excitement of finally being able to orgasm with sex toys like magic wands or rabbit vibrators a little hard to stay away from, but the novelty will wear off and the result is usually better sex for everyone!
Magic wands – are they really magic?
Who would have guessed when Hitachi invented an all over body massager they would actually be creating a vibrator with a cult following lasting over thirty years.
Magic wand sounds like the answer to most women’s fantasies and whilst it doesn’t do the cleaning, ironing, cooking, or turn your partner into George Clooney, it will deliver orgasms to those who are chronically hard to please (as proven in a recent Danish study no BS, 93% of chronically anorgasmic women could reach orgasm with the wand – see it really is deserving of its name!).
Vibrator vs dildo – what’s the difference?
A dildo is an inanimate object, 90% of them are shaped in the fashion of a penis belonging to a famous porn star, but somehow they end up looking like a lump of pink plastic belonging to a man past his prime. The remaining 10% are stylish and can be made from pyrex or silicone. But basically you’ve got to do all the work with a dildo.
On the other hand, a vibrator uses batteries or power, with most vibes rechargeable and you have do very little work, if any, for some serious pleasure.
Now why would you want to do manual labour when God created rabbit vibrators?
Rabbit vibrators – will I ever want to make love to a man again?
It’s been 14 years since Sex and the City made rabbit vibrators mainstream and women are still lamenting how unable they are to put them down. Being the end of the ’90s the rabbit featured on everyone’s favourite show was part of that generation of slightly tacky looking sex toys. It included pearl beads that rotated inside, rabbit ears that vibrate on (or near) your clitoris and was made from semi-transparent jelly.
Well a lot has changed since then, now you can get rabbits that are entirely waterproof and fully covered in body-safe silicone, and you can get rabbits that are sleak, sexy and far cry from Charlotte’s original toy.
Do vibrating panties really exist?
We’ve seen the Katherine Heigl movie where she goes out to dinner and suddenly her crotch starts buzzing after a child got hold of the remote for her vibrating panties.
Yes they exist, and for some women they can be a real turn on; it’s not so much the vibrations, but relinquishing control and allowing your partner to turn on or off the vibrations at any time can be very arousing. Some can be noisy so be sure read the reviews, if you are solo and going out clubbing you can hand over control to the DJ (so to speak) and let the music drive your vibrations with a Club Vibe.
Couples vibrators- where do they fit?
Did you know there are specific couples vibrators you can wear while you are making love? These range from penis vibrators to the more sophisticated We-Vibe. This last one is worn by the woman and vibrate inside and outside while your man is also inside.
I know what you’re thinking, how does it all fit? Well the devices are pretty small and thin where they need to be. The outcome? You’ll greatly increase your chances of reaching orgasm during sex, especially if you are one of those women who find it difficult to come during sex.
This article first appeared on iVillage.com.au
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