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Introducing Your Vibrator to Your Sexual Partner

Posted by Alan Gates on

The clitoris is covered in roughly 8 thousand sensitive little nerve endings, double the amount on a man’s penis so it’s easy to understand why many women require some level of clitoral stimulation to achieve orgasm. The closest comparison to the clit would be the head of the penis, only twice as sensitive so, just as lots of men require stimulation around the top half of their shaft, many women need their most sensitive parts stimulated during intercourse too, whether that be by hand or with the help of a vibrator.

If want to introduce your vibrator to your sexual partner and have more enjoyable sex and more orgasms, here are some tips to make the process less daunting.

Firstly, start by testing the waters with your partner. Find out if he is at least open to the idea of sex toys by suggesting you visit a sex shop or browse some toys online together. This will start a conversation and give you a foot in the door to letting him know A) you have a vibrator and B) you would like to take it into the bedroom.

Be conscious that it’s not uncommon for men to feel threatened by vibrators. Your partner may worry that he and his manhood are going to be replaced by a battery-operated device so take it step by step and explain that a vibrator is only an addition, not a replacement.

Once you’re in the bedroom, allow him to familiarise himself with it and let him use it on you. That way he will feel he has some level of control. Even suggest he tries it on himself- vibrators are great for stimulating the head of the penis.

If you take it slowly and ensure your lines of communication are always open, a vibrator can enhance your sex life and give you both a more satisfying experience.

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