How to Select a Female Vibrator For First-Time Users

No matter if you’re seeking self-pleasure or simply an enjoyable way to masturbate, there are countless Female vibrators out there to choose from. Vibrators come in various sizes and shapes and provide internal or external stimulation while offering different vibration patterns to help find orgasms – but when first starting out it can be challenging deciding where best to start.

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For starters, we consulted an expert for tips on selecting a vibrator. Her advice: Start small and work your way up,” advises Kate Knight, founder of Feminist Erotics. Additionally, there are toys tailored specifically for beginner users so they can gradually progress into more intense experiences top advice on sex toys.

Knight stresses the importance of taking into account both your lifestyle and desired type of stimulation when making this choice. She suggests trying a panty vibe attached to underwear that can be controlled remotely; or for deeper sensual experiences she recommends saddle-style vibrators which can stimulate everything from the clitoris to perineum simultaneously.

One common belief about vibrators’ history is that they were first created by doctors in 19th century Britain to treat women diagnosed with hysteria – which encompasses anything from irritability and abdominal heaviness to aggression and fainting – often blamed on their uterus (1).

Female Vibrators were around long before the concept of mass hysteria ever came into being. By the early 20th century, vibrators were being advertised to women’s magazines with advertisements promising “thrilling, invigorating and penetrating vibrations” that would “reach even into your G-spot” (2).

Many of these devices featured dildo-style attachments to provide internal and external stimulation; however, their marketing companies used euphemistic language so as not to violate law against advertising obscene articles (3).

Once the coronavirus pandemic hit, sales of sex toys skyrocketed as more people became curious about sexual pleasure. With no shortage of choices to select from, Knight suggests reading reviews and trying out multiple types to discover which ones fit you best; further experimenting with textures and vibrations might also prove useful.

Maude offers The Femme ($40), a teardrop-shaped toy designed specifically to reach sensitive G-spot areas. With three speeds that are controlled with just one button and its soft texture making for a relaxing sensation on clitoris. Our panel agreed it was both gentle yet intense enough to induce full orgasmic eruptions!