Buying Your First Vibrator

So, you have never used a vibrator before? Well, you’re not alone. Millions of women have no idea how much a vibrating sex toy can rev up their masturbation, or even increase the intensity and intimacy of their sex life with their partner. Many vibrator virgins are overwhelmed by the amazing selection on the market today, and have no idea what to look for in a good female sex toy. Here are some practical tips on choosing the best one for you.

Buying Your First Vibrator

Choosing a female masturbation toy should be a lot like picking a boyfriend: it’s about what you want and what you like, and the chemistry. What kind of orgasm do you want? If you’re like the majority of women, you lean strongly toward direct clitoral stimulation, and the choices are practically endless.

First of all, do you want something small and innocuous you can hold in your hand and only you will know the naughty secrets you share? Or do you want a nice, big cock-shaped sex toy for women that reminds you of a man? Don’t be shy—everyone is entitled to getting what they want in bed, especially with themselves!

Get a clit stimulating female sex toy and be discreet as it is shaped like a tube of lipstick, a bullet, an egg, a butterfly, or ever in an abstract, amorphous shape whose curves and bulges will reveal their purposes with usage. Make sure you choose one that is easy to use and hold, because a hand cramp will seriously cramp your style.

Also, before you buy a sex toy for women online, make sure you like the texture of the material. The best vibrating sex toy will be made of silicone and new skin-type materials, like Cyber Skin, but they are also more expensive. Others are less expensive, made of hard plastic or even jelly rubber. If you opt for jelly rubber, make sure your toy didn’t come from China or is certified as being phthalate-free. Phthalates are dangerous chemicals that are used in processing rubber; they’re regulated in the Western world, but Chinese and other Asian countries don’t prohibit them. Making yourself sick by masturbating is definitely not the way to improve your libido.

Another tip on buying your first vibrator is to decide if you want a plug-in or battery-powered model. Batteries can run out at the most inconvenient times, but they are much smaller and portable, and many now have long-lasting rechargeable batteries, instead of using normal AA and such versions. However, a plug-in female sex toy is an experience not to be missed, if at all possible. These powerful “power tools” started out as body massagers (think of the back and neck), but obviously made their way south fast. They are quiet and offer an intense and “electrifying: experience, and their design is less intimidating than that of some of the scarier penis-shaped toys.

Do you want to make the whole vibrating sex toy buying experience more fun and lighthearted? Take along a friend, or ask one of your BFFs to browse the online stores with you. If you’re a Sex in the City girl, choose your “Samantha” friend, who can offer blunt, practical advice about how to use the toys you see.

Make sure you check out online female sex toy reviews, too. Before you buy something like this, be sure you’ll be happy with it, because sex shops don’t usually allow you to return your female masturbation toy. Yuck! In all, buying a sex toy for women should be a fun experience that leads to lots of fun experiences. You’ll learn more about your body and sexual responses than you ever imagined possible from an electrical device!