A Guide To Buying Your First Vibrator (NSFW)

A Guide to Buying Your First Vibrator

Buying your first vibrator can be really intimidating -- there are so many shapes, colours, sizes, features, and price points that it's easy to get confused. The ladies at BlogHer have a few great tips for first-timers.

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First, narrow down the types that are best for first-time buyers. BlogHer suggests bullets/eggs, pocket rockets and magic wands -- all simple, not-too-powerful vibrators that are great for newbies. They also suggest vibrating rings if you want to get your partner involved.

Other things to keep in mind:

  • Shop around and ask for help. Check out online reviews and don't be afraid to ask the people at the sex toy shop for suggestions.
  • Test the vibrator on the tip of your nose. It's very sensitive and will give you an idea if you can handle it below the belt.
  • Women over 40 usually need stronger vibes to get off than younger women, so keep that in mind while shopping.

Click the link below for all of BlogHer's tips.

Buying Your First Vibrator: A Beginner's Guide⎮BlogHer

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Comments

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    … yourself!

    Is it really necessary to add the NSFW warning after the headline: "A Guide To Buying Your First Vibrator"?

    How many lifehackers would have been caught unaware had that warning not been added?

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    test on your nose is ok but remember...

    They're nice to look at, nice to hold...
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    So, it turns out that years ago I played guitar using a vibrator in my band. Got a great sound with it, sort a poor-mans' e-bow. Years later I wanted to do this again but, alas, that original buzzing device was long gone. So off I went to the local Fascinations. I have to say the woman there who helped me was super cool. I learned a whole lot about vibrators.

    I say, go to a store and ask away. There's an amazing variety of options (and some are impressively complex and expensive) and it helps to know what material, what controls they have, how soft or hard they are, etc., what sort batteries, strength of vibration, and so on.

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