HOW TO PICK THE RIGHT VIBRATOR FOR YOUR ORGASM

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So, you want to buy a vibrator. Your first instinct might be to google “vibrator,” a valiant but complicated intention because the internet is the internet. You’ll likely stumble upon too many options — from a low-quality vibrator that isn’t body-safe or one that doesn’t fit your needs at all.

There are endless types of vibrators, from those that mimic masturbation to vibrators to use with a partner to those that vibrate along to music. The key to choosing your vibrator is what kind of stimulation you enjoy and want.

The five main types are internal, external, combo, anal, and penis-focused. What you like may determine the shape and style — and the keyword to look for when shopping!

Not sure what you think? Here’s a little more detail about the main types of vibrators

  • Internal vibrators. These are inserted into the vagina, typically for those who enjoy penetration and G-spot stimulation. Internal vibrators are often — but not always — long cylinders, ideal for hitting the G-spot or mimicking a penis, if that’s your goal.
  • External vibrators. They’re used on the clitoris and labia, for those who either prefer no penetration or who need clitoral stimulation during penetration, either with or without a partner. The look of external vibrators can vary, but they’re often not cylindrical to cover more surface area.
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  • Combo vibrators. These have a combo of internal and external stimulation and are often called rabbit vibrators because of their shape. Combo vibrators look like dildos with an added arm to hit both the G-spot and clitoris at the same time.
  • Anal vibrators. These vibrators are different from internal vibrators because they have a base so they don’t get lost or stuck.
  • Penis-focused vibrators. These vibrating cock rings, such as the PlusOne vibrating ring, are excellent for those with a penis who struggle with arousal or who want to add to the stimulation they feel during sex or masturbation.

Stick with body-safe material — if it feels like Jell-O, stay away!

Important note about silicone toys: Make sure to only use water-based lube on them as silicone bonds with silicone and will turn your toys into goop.

For those looking to spend less money, there’s another body-safe material called ABS plastic that’s also nonporous, but not as soft as silicone.

Certain metals such as silver and gold are also safe, but these products tend to be more expensive. The No. 1 rule when it comes to material is to avoid jelly-like vibrators at all costs. They’re porous and will hold bacteria, making them unsafe for the genitals.

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Finding the perfect vibrator for you is a journey and it doesn’t have to be one-stop.

Starting with a cheaper vibrator provides lots of options to find what you love and then invest in a more suited-to-you toy.

Better yet, visit your local sex-positive sex store and test out a few vibrators on your hand to get a feel for the sensation. Beginners should start out by asking about price, size, and versatility.

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