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When playing with your partner or with yourself, sex toys can help enhance pleasure.

A well-designed toy will help you reach orgasm, be made with body-safe materials, and be easy to control.

It’s healthy to be sexually active (with or without a partner)

Before getting into our recommendations, it’s important to understand the benefits associated with sex and masturbation. For both women, men, and non-binary folx, masturbation can help relieve stress, boost your mood, allow you to sleep better, and help you relax. For partners, self or mutual masturbation can also be a great way to better understand each other’s wants and needs and to have better sex.

It also has a significant impact on your health. As Dr. Barb DePree, gynecologist, women’s health provider, and founder of resource hub MiddlesexMD told Insider that for females, “vulvovaginal health is maintained or improved with regular stimulation and activity.”

It also has a significant impact on your health. As Dr. Barb DePree, gynecologist, women’s health provider, and founder of resource hub MiddlesexMD told Insider that for females, “vulvovaginal health is maintained or improved with regular stimulation and activity.”

“Genital activity promotes blood flow to the area keeping tissues more supple and elastic, and this also enhances the natural secretions that help maintain vaginal health,” she said. “Penetrative sexual activity, with or without a partner, helps to maintain vaginal width, length, and tone, or as we say, vaginal capacity.”

“Sex toys can add a spark of something new and fun,” says sex therapist Debra Laino, an AASECT-certified sex educator. “They can also help a couple explore each other’s bodies and find new erogenous zones.”

Using a vibrator also helps some people communicate about sex more openly with their partner, says Jess O’Reilly, host of the @SexWithDrJess Podcast. “They’re more likely to talk about what they like in terms of speed, pressure, rhythm, angle, and position when using a vibrator, and this communication extends into other areas of their sex life and relationship,” she says.

But buying your first sex toy can feel like a daunting task. Do you go for something internal or external? A partner or solo toy? Whatever you do, it’s important to make sure you choose something you’re comfortable with and don’t feel intimidated by, says New York City sex therapist Ian Kerner, Ph.D., a member of the Society for Sex Therapy and Research and author of She Comes First. He also recommends looking for a toy that provides some clitoral stimulation, as most women have an easier time reaching orgasm this way.

  1. Bullet or vibrator, what’s the difference?

Bullet and vibrators are common sex toys. Many people confuse them, or think they have a cross or include relationship, but they are just like shower gel and shampoo. They have different uses.
Bullet is small, easy to carry, it comes in two styles: inside and out , generally mainly used to clitoris and near the labia, it is more suitable for sisters with sensitive clitoris. It is a little difficult to achieve vaginal orgasm by bullet. The vibrator is usually long strip that penetrates into the vagina to produce a strong stimulus. But if you use a bullet excite your vagina, you will felt rather awkward.

2. Why is the anal vibrator specially designed, can I replace it with my bullet vibrators and vagina vibrators?

The anal vibrator generally has a base part, which is to prevent it from slipping in, and the base design of the back bar can also be massaging into the perineum to make the stimulation more intense. More importantly, when we use the vagina vibrator, our hands are in front of us, and it is very convenient to enjoy by one person. But the anal is in the back, and it is not easy to get in by hand. If we use the vagina vibrator or egg instead, especially some small sticks, it will easier to slip into the anus.
Regarding the back, I suggest you play it with lubrication to avoid injury. Common lubricants are water-based and silicon-based. I recommended to use silicon-based, which is more durable, but not easy to wash.

3. Still need a boyfriend and girlfriend when you have toys, can toys replace partners?

Toys and partners have their own benefits. Toys have vibrational frequencies that no one will ever be able to reach. Purely from the point of view of the degree of physiological stimulation, it is very intense, but the sense of interaction between real people, the beauty of skin contact, the happiness of emotional integration and so on, toys can never give.

However, Kids make choices, adults make them all.

What is Vibrators? Oxford language explanation for this is: a device used for massage or sexual stimulation.

Early development

The electric vibrator was invented in the late 19th century as a medical instrument for pain relief and the treatment of various ailments; one account gives its first use at the Salpêtrière hospital in Paris in 1878, with Romain Vigouroux cited as the inventor. English physician and inventor Joseph Mortimer Granville, who also developed an early model, asserted his own priority in the invention and has been described as the ‘father of the modern electromechanical vibrator’. Mortimer Granville’s 1883 book Nerve-vibration and excitation as agents in the treatment of functional disorder and organic disease describes the intended use of his vibrator for purposes including pain relief and the treatment of neuralgia, neurasthenia, morbid irritability, indigestion and constipation. These early vibrators became popular among the medical profession and were used for treating a wide variety of ailments in women and men including hysteria, arthritis, constipation, amenorrhea, inflammations, and tumors; some wounded World War I soldiers received vibrotherapy as treatment at English and French hospitals in Serbia.

1913 advertisement

Vibrators began to be marketed for home use in magazines from around 1900 together with other electrical household goods, for their supposed health and beauty benefits. An early example was the ‘Vibratile,’ an advert which appeared in McClure’s magazine in March 1899, offered as a cure for ‘Neuralgia, Headache, Wrinkles’. These advertisements disappeared in the 1920s, possibly because of their appearance in pornography, and because growing understanding of female sexual function made it no longer tenable for mainstream society to avoid the sexual connotations of the devices.

Conjectured early use for female sexual stimulation

Sears, Roebuck and Company catalog, 1918

Historian of technology Rachel Maines, in her book The Technology of Orgasm, has argued that the development of the vibrator in the late 19th century was in large part due to the requirements of doctors for an easier way to perform genital massage on women, often to ‘hysterical paroxysm’ (orgasm), which was historically a treatment for the once common medical diagnosis of female hysteria. Maines writes that this treatment had been recommended since classical antiquity in Europe, including in the Hippocratic corpus and by Galen, and continued to be used into the medieval and modern periods, but was not seen as sexual by physicians due to the absence of penetration, and was viewed by them as a difficult and tedious task. Maines writes that the first use of the vibrator at the Salpêtrière was on hysterical women, but notes that Joseph Mortimer Granville denied that he had, or ever would have, used his invention for this purpose; additionally, Maines states that the true use of these medical vibrators, and the vibrators marketed for home use in the early 20th century, was not openly stated, but proceeded under ‘social camouflage’.One example of suggestive advertising given is a 1908 advert in National Home Journal for the Bebout hand-powered mechanical vibrator, containing the text “Gentle, soothing, invigorating and refreshing. Invented by a woman who knows a woman’s needs.”

Other historians disagree with Maines about the historical prevalence of genital massage as a treatment for female hysteria, and over the extent to which early vibrating massagers were used for this purpose. The idea that stimulation to orgasm was a standard treatment for female hysteria in ancient and medieval Europe has been disputed on the grounds of being a distortion of the sources, and cases of this treatment in the 19th and early 20th centuries, and of the use of early vibrators to perform it, have been described as a practice that, if it occurred at all, would have been confined to an extremely limited group. Maines has said her widely reported theory should be treated as a hypothesis rather than a fact. In 2018, Hallie Lieberman and Eric Schatzberg published a peer-reviewed article that found “no evidence” to support Maines’s claims in the book’s citations. They called the wide acceptance of Maines’s work “a fundamental failure of academic quality control”. In 2020, Lieberman continued to press her case in the New York Times.

1960s onwards

The vibrator re-emerged during the sexual revolution of the 1960s. On June 30, 1966, Jon H. Tavel applied for a patent for the “Cordless Electric Vibrator for Use on the Human Body”. The cordless vibrator was patented on March 28, 1968, and was soon followed by such improvements as multi-speed and one-piece construction, which made it cheaper to manufacture and easier to clean.

As of 2013, rechargeable vibrators were beginning to be manufactured to reduce the environmental impact of battery-operated vibrators.

In 2017 Lynn Comella, associate professor of Gender and Sexuality Studies, noted that “sex toy packaging… has been replaced by softer and more sanitised imagery… it’s now possible to buy a vibrator at many neighbourhood Walgreens”. The UK pharmacy Boots followed the US pharmacy’s lead and since 2019 have been selling sex toys both online and in some stores.

Research published in a 2009 issue of The Journal of Sexual Medicine demonstrates that about 53% of women in the United States ages 18 to 60 have used a vibrator. A 2010 study in the Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy found that 43.8% of heterosexual males in the United States had used vibrators. 94% of these men had done so as part of foreplay with their partner, and 82% had done so as part of sexual intercourse. Among non-heterosexual men, 49.8% have used vibrators.

If you’ve been roaming the internet to find the best vibrators for beginners, you probably noticed the selection is basically infinite, and that can be overwhelming and intimidating. But props to you for taking this time to focus on your sexual health (reports show that sex toy sales were through the roof back when the COVID-19 quarantine first started). Orgasms are one of the best forms of self-care, and while you can totally get yourself there for free, a little extra help can take the experience to the next level.

One important thing to pay attention to when you’re shopping around is the materials — especially when it comes to dildos, butt plugs, or anything else that you’ll be putting inside your body. Sex toy safety is not well-regulated, and as a result, cheaper products are often made with concerning materials that are porous (aka a breeding ground for bacteria), irritating, or even toxic.

Most of my picks below are made with silicone or stainless steel. Both materials are durable and nonporous, which makes for sex toys that are easy to clean and disinfect between uses (an essential part of sex toy maintenance). If you do use a toy made with silicone, just remember not to use it with a silicone-based lubricant, as this can damage it; instead, stick with a water-based lubricant, if you choose to use one.

There’s no one-size-fits-all vibrator, and many have to experiment with different toys until they find what feels awesome for them. Just because one friend—or even thousands of people—swear by one (hii, Womanizer), that doesn’t mean the same toy will get you off, so make sure to do your research and pinpoint what you want to get out of a vibe before you click on the purchase button.

First: Get to know the five types of vibrators.

  1. You’ve got internal vibrators, which are meant for penetration; some are designed especially to stimulate your G-spot.
  2. There are external vibrators, which focus on the clit and labia.
  3. There’s the best of both worlds—the rabbit-style (combo)—which gives you both external and internal stimulation simultaneously.
  4. Then you have anal vibrators, which have a flared base (so nothing gets lost up there).
  5. And last, there are penis vibrators (or cock rings).

No one type of vibrator is “better” than the other; it just depends on what you like and what you’re in the mood for.

The rabbit-style vibes (which Good Vibrations calls Twice as Nice) are insertable and have a clit stimulator that branches off so the device can stimulate both areas at once. But note that a rabbit-style vibrator might be overwhelming for vibe newbies at first. Carol Queen, Ph.D., staff sexologist at Good Vibrations, tells Glamour, “Note to novice vibe shoppers: This sounds great, right? It can be really great! But many people find it’s a lot to focus on all the body parts all at once while you’re also learning to enjoy the vibration. We generally suggest people start with a vibrator or two that they can explore. If you get an insertable one and a clitoral one, you can use both hands and have a comparable experience that you have more control over.”

Second: What kind of sensations are you looking for?

Last but not least, look into what sensation you want your vibrator to provide. There are buzzy vibes and rumbly vibes. A lot of people prefer rumbly vibrators for levitating orgasms, because the vibrations are more low-pitched and go deeper into the body, which helps stimulate the outside and inside of the clit, hitting as many nerve endings as possible due to its frequency. “Buzzy vibes provide more of a high-pitched hum, comparable to the vibrations of an electric toothbrush, which focuses stimulation more on the surface of the clit,” sexual health educator Navy Bastiaans explains to Glamour.

Here’s what to watch out for.

While there are some great mini vibes out there (and we’ll suggest a few), note that although they’re small, they can be quite mighty. “Because they are so small, all their power is focused to, usually, a pretty small surface area. For some people, that just feels too intense! Something with more surface area, all other things being equal, might be more enjoyable. Think about the difference between a palm over the vulva and clitoris, versus just one finger on the clit. The latter can be too focused compared to the former—for some people; others are happy with focused stimulation,” Queen says.

Psssst: Use lube!

If you’re new to sex toys, try them out with lube.
“Whether you are a newbie or a pro, I always recommend trying different lubrications with your vibes. Lubes not only offer extra lubrication, but they also allow for different sensations and can really intensify your play. Keep in mind that any lubricant that is flavored, or has sugar or sugar-substitutes in the ingredients, should not be used internally,” advanced sexual health and pleasure educator Micki Allen tells Glamour.

You Misunderstand Sex Toys!

Recently I found a amazing British TV series Sex Education, the character Amy is always trying to satisfy her partner’s feelings.Even during sex, Amy tried to act like she enjoyed it, even faking an orgasm until her boyfriend saw right through her and told her: Girls have sex too. What do you want? Amy never thought about what she wanted during sex, and no one ever asked her that question until she masturbated with a Sex Toy, and she figured out what kind of love she wanted. Amy was an awful lot like a lot of real girls: unable to face up to her sexual needs. However, the reality is that many women can only fully experience an orgasm when they masturbate.

Now Let’s openly talk about the Sex Toys that play an important role in girls’ masturbation! When it comes to “Sex Toys” or “Sex Products”, what comes to your mind? What would you say if it was a girl who used these things? More and more women are using sex toys such as Dildos, egg vibrator etc. And some are even sharing their experiences openly on social media. Actually this is a good thing.

A sexology professor has said that 10 percent of men and women between the ages of 27 and 35 have never had sex, with women growing much faster than men and continuing to soar.Women’s sexual desire is suppressed, the original purpose of the female sex toys to cater to the concept of happy embrace of sex has become the best channel. But many people still worry about these gadgets: are sex toys just for single people? Are sex toys for sexually disturbed couples? Do women lose their virginity by using sex toys? Doesn’t using sex toys make me less sensitive? Do sex toys harm your partner’s self-esteem? And so on.All those fears proved unfounded, however. Sex toys are not only suitable for single, but also to enhance the sexual interest and mood between partners. Sex toys can not only help you have sex, but they can also help your woman have a different orgasm experience. As for whether sex toys can make men feel disused, just want to answer the question in the words of American sexologist Price: “A vibrator can help you have an orgasm (that’s what it’s for, right?), but it can never replace hugging, kissing and smiling. Can you flirt with a vibrator?”. The Museum of Sex in New York once held an exhibition called “Sex in Design/Design in Sex”, traced the evolution of sex toy aesthetics and experimentation a decade ago: Initially sold in novelty stores, these objects initially looked like human body parts and gradually evolved from weird, rough, simulated shapes to elaborate, customizable designs. Sex toys are just the best tools you can use to help you have sex. Toys are good things, whether they are related to sex or not, the important thing is to bring happiness.

Wake up, sex toys are not a modern civilization, and many would argue that modern society must be more open when it comes to sex. Sex toys have a longer history than you might think. The oldest known sex toy is a stick made of siltstone that was unearthed in Germany and is about 2,800 years old. In 45 BC, Egyptian queen Cleopatra used bees to make a natural vibration device. And some of the sex artifacts have been publicly sold in Western countries for a long time.Even in China, where sexual culture is very conservative, phallus-like artifacts were discovered at a construction site in Shanghai in 2000; as far back as the 14th century Ming Dynasty in China, Jin Ping Mei, one of the most famous novels of Chinese sexual culture, contains references to sex toys. By the 19th century, sex tools were being marketed as medical devices for a large number of women. In 1880, most women in London, England, contracted a disease called “Hysteria”, the most effective treatment for the disease is a technique called “pelvic massage”. Commonly known as “pelvic health care”, doctors use their fingers, apply essential oil, into the pelvic cavity of patients for slow and regular massage, so that they can achieve sudden stimulation. The young doctor was determined to free his hands, and with the help of the popularization of electricity, he invented a magic instrument, it is the prototype of a female sex toy, was originally invented to cure diseases. Women use it to massage their heads, waists, and, well, other more private areas. By 1917, there were more of them in American homes than toasters. After all, clever humans have discovered a different use for massager… At the end of the 20th century, massagers became more beautiful and more functional. While the biggest challenge for sex toys remains social taboos, in the 21st century, women want more autonomy when it comes to sex. From 2010 to 2015, only 1/6 of women are willing to accept sex toys, but in 2016, the growth rate of global sex toys sales reached a crazy 51 times.

There’s always some story between women and sex toys, from the earliest time, women identified the same sex who used sex toys as sluts, to they mutual research sex with girlfriend, and then sex toys are very popular in human’s life. Adult products become more acceptable and enjoy using them by women.

Girls who boldly talk about her sex desire are the sexiest. Sex, the normal adult desire, is being madly repressed. For many married women, sex is rarely about their own needs and is simply about procreation, or a way to please their husband. There was such a scene in the movie Casa Amor: The hostess said in the play that she believes that a woman’s true independent state is not only economic independence, but quality of life; more importantly, you must be the master of your own desires when you close the door. This is also how she opens women. The original intention of the sex shop. The film, wrapped in an R-rated shell, is a stark reminder of the plight of independent women when it comes to sex: the lack of pleasure and the embarrassment of talking to their partners. A virtuous woman should abstain from sex? When making love, women should be cold without any passion? The pursuit of the ultimate orgasm is a lack of self-love? Are women who want to pursue pleasure, talk about sex, and use sex? Are they sluts who want to pursue pleasure, boldly talk about sexual desire, use sex toys ? Lust, like appetite, should be a generous thing that everyone can enjoy, not obscene! Women in the modern sense should be able to better understand their own bodies, feel their own sexual pleasure and pursue their own orgasms! Remember that there is no sin in making your body happy and pleasing a woman who knows how to please herself!

So Sex Toy Is A Toy Which Makes You Feel Happy 🙂