Get to Know Your Vibrator

Even if you plan on using your vibrator with a partner, it’s a good idea to check it out first. You will probably feel less self-conscious, which in turn allows you to concentrate on how you feel without being distracted (for better or worse) by a partner.If you have roommates, children, thin walls or nosy neighbors, you can always play music and use blankets and comforters to mute the sound (you can also think about getting a quieter vibrator).

Once you turn it on, start by touching the vibrator with your feet and hands. Run it through your arms and legs, cross your belly, shoulders, neck and scalp. You can start with some clothes if you wish. Although vibrators are used primarily around the vulva and clitoris, do not jump to the main event. Feel the vibration throughout your body and then slowly move to the most sensitive parts.

Vibrators never get tired (although they can burn, so be careful of overheating), and allow you to explore every inch of your body for sexual pleasure. Most women use vibrators for clitoral stimulation and many women report that one side, or even a part, of their clitoris responds to vibration more than another.start with a low setting and go up. If a vibrator feels too strong at first, you can put a towel between you and the vibrator, or simply press it gently against your body. You may find that in some areas a lower speed is all you need, and in others, stronger is better.

If your vibrator has a point or an edge, try touching the finest point of the vibrator. Then, place the widest or flattest part of your vibrator against your body. When you focus on one point, the vibrations may feel more intense than when the vibration is dispersing over a wider area.Most women use vibrators for external stimulation, but as long as their vibrator is safe for penetration, there is no reason not to try it. A vibrator that is safe for penetration will be smooth, will not have rough edges and will not absorb body fluids. In most of the cases. It is recommended to put a condom on a vibrator if you are using it to penetrate. You should also use a water-based lubricant when using a vibrator to penetrate.

Get to Know Your Vibrator

Remove your vibrator from the package and learn how it works. If it needs to be charged before the first use, do it. If you need batteries, find out what type. Play with the buttons and switches and discover how many speeds and settings you have. Wash your vibrator well before using it. If it is not water resistant, be careful not to let water near the battery case or charging mechanism. Check for sharp edges or seams (they can be easily sharpened and secured). Make sure that the vibrator body does not separate from the battery and that all cables are solid and safe. If there is a defect, return your vibrator before using it.