Men, afraid of being replaced?
As the good folks over at Jimmyjane assure us, studies have shown that “Women who use vibrators enjoy improved overall sexual function.” Basically, vibrators make women more sexual. So guys and girls, don’t be afraid of a little vibrating egg, or any of the truly special “forms” JimmyJane sells as they will most likely increase your fun times in bed.
According to Jimmjane’s Gentleman’s Guide to Vibrators (which you can order here for free) the vibrator provides a very good way of stimulating that crafty little bugger the clitoris, which most women need to stimulate in order to orgasm (just ask a few ladies of your acquaintance and see how many confirm that they are more clitoral orgasmic than vaginal). According to the Jimmyjane guide, more than half of women can’t reach orgasm through penetration alone and 52.5% between the ages of 18-60 in the U.S. have used a vibrator, over a third during sex.
Guys might be challenged by sex toys, unnerved by them being used when they are working so hard, but the truth of the matter is there is such a variety of stuff out there, well-made, rechargeable and fun, that any guy or girl is doing themselves a disservice ignoring adult products.
Now which vibrator is for you? Well of course, according to Jimmyjane’s guide, they have one for whatever your needs but even they recommend starting small when it comes to vibrators. Something that can be cradled in the palm of the hand and held against the clitoris is the best bet when first beginning. Once the girl/guy/couple get used to masturbating this way and you got your shake, rattle and roll down, it is more or less down to what the girl/guy/couple might want to graduate to.
The specific ways to use whatever vibrator the girl/guy/couple happen to choose vary from individual to individual, but I assure you Jimmyjane’s guide descriptions are both informative…and hot! And less you think vibrators are all there is when it comes to adult products, take a little gander round the Internet or some of the stores in our fair city, like Babeland at Rivington St at Ludlow St & 43 Mercer St. between Broome and Grand Sts., Eve’s Garden at 119 W 57th St between Sixth and Seventh Aves, 12th floor, suite 1201 along with The Pleasure Chest at 156 Seventh Ave South between Charles and Perry Sts. and Purple Passion at 211 W 20th St between Seventh and Eighth Aves to see what there is out there to be had.
Using vibrators, engaging in a little BDSM activities, even inviting a third party into our bed, or simply just canoodling with our significant other, all these approaches to sex are perfectly justified when we have a consensual partner and we ourselves feel that we are as wanted as we are protected in bed.