It's now considered mainstream. According to studies, at least half of American women have used a suction vibrator. Women are flocking to Good Vibrations, Babeland, and other female-friendly sex toy retailers for a reason. Suction vibrator users report higher levels of arousal, desire, and orgasm than non-users. Have you yet to take the plunge? Here are three compelling reasons to get started right away.
If you're having trouble with orgasm, the most effective solution is to use a suction vibrator. Why? Because your brain's sexual response mechanism is divided into two sections. A sex "accelerator" (the Sexual Excitation System, or "SES") and a sex "brake" (the Sexual Inhibition System, or "SIS").
Everything you see, hear, smell, touch, taste, or imagine that it codes as "sexual" triggers the accelerator. The brakes react to everything you see, hear, smell, touch, taste, or envision as a "possible threat," such as unexpected pregnancy, marital problems, or physical self-criticism.
As a result, getting to orgasm entails turning on all the "ons" and shutting off all the "offs." Mechanical vibration stimulates the body in a way that no biological stimulus can. It has a habit of turning on the "ons" like it's nobody's business.
Some women are hesitant to use a vibrator at first because they believe they "should" be able to achieve an orgasm without one. In sex, however, there is no such thing as a "should." That's all there is to it.
Prove the Myths Wrong
You cannot become hooked to a suction vibrator in the same way that you cannot become addicted to a vacuum cleaner. However, you may become accustomed to how simple it is to clean the carpet with mechanical aid.
No, the exaggerated "dangers," such as numbness, are not reported by women who use vibrators. Nearly the bulk of the negative effects women do report last less than a day, and 80 to 90 percent report no side effects at all.
A suction vibrator, like that vacuum cleaner, does not "replace your spouse." Your mechanical helpers play a very different job than your partner in your life. The suction vibrator stimulates your clitoris as the vacuum cleaner cleans your carpets. It isn't fond of you. It doesn't even bother with your earlobe.
Your spouse, on the other hand, shares your feelings of attachment, pleasure, and significance. No suction vibrator on the planet can perform any of those things, no matter how strong its motor is. If your suction vibrator is endangering your relationship, all you have to do is make a list of everything you get from that person - and it's a big list.
Enjoy Pleasure for Its Own Sake
You're meant to feel bad about anything that makes you happy, right? From ice cream to orgasms, Chardonnay to a sexy romance novel, simply enjoying something that makes you happy seems to be against the rules.
But, guess what? Forget about it. You have the right to enjoy yourself. There is no more to say. You have the right to enjoy things that make you happy, and you don't have to share them with others if you don't want to.
A suction vibrator will not appeal to every lady. However, every woman should give it a go at least once. Try focusing just on your enjoyment - and focusing on it fiercely, without regard for anyone else's needs or desires.