Vibrator Myths and Facts

There are several myths and facts floating around out there about using vibrators during sex. We’re taking a few minutes to debunk some myths and share some facts.

Keep reading to learn more.

Myth: Vibrators aren’t safe to use
While it isn’t recommended to use a vibrator for an extended period of time in order to prevent numbness or desensitization, it is okay to use vibrators as a part of your pleasure principle to spice up your bedroom activities.

Remember: Just like chocolate or anything else that feels or tastes so good, moderation is key.

Fact: Vibrators are used more often for clitoral stimulation than penetration. While there are some vibrators that are designed to be inserted into the vagina, the clitoris always and forever remains the queen of the female pleasure zone.

Myth: Vibrators are only for women.

Many couples of all persuasions enjoy the use of vibrators as foreplay or introducing them during the act of sex. Men can receive just as pleasure from a strategically placed vibrators as a woman can. Have fun finding out where your vibrator works best.

Fact: Vibrator use is a normal and acceptable part of sex.

Whether you decide to use your vibrator for hot solo sex or to spice up your sex life and invite a friend, there is nothing abnormal about using or wanting to use a vibrator. Don’t believe us? Do some quick research on how many vibrators are sold annually.

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Now that we’ve cleared up some of the fuzzy areas, we hope that you have a better understanding of fact versus fiction when it comes to vibrator use. Like anything else the use of a vibrator (or not use) is a matter of personal choice and preference. At least now you know what all the buzz is about.