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Do All Vibrators Feel the Same?
Is a vibrator the same as a massager?
How can a woman use a vibrator on a man?
How do I stimulate my G-spot?
How do I use vibrators to stimulate my prostate?
How do I use a vibrator on my partner?


Do All Vibrators Feel the Same?
No, vibrators vary greatly in speed and intensity of vibration, from a gentle hum to a merciless throb. Some have multiple speeds and settings, and the material that they are made out of will also affect the sensation produced. Battery-powered vibrators are generally less powerful, while plug-in electrical models have stronger motors.

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Is a vibrator the same as a massager?
The term massager suggests nonsexual use to alleviate muscle pain and tension, while the word vibrator carries more sexual overtones. A massager may be used as a vibrator depending on the design.

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How can a woman use a vibrator on a man?
A woman can use a vibrator to stimulate a man's penis and balls, and if it's an insertable vibrator, his prostate.

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How do I stimulate my G-spot?
Insert the vibrator 2 to 3 inches into the vagina and angle it up, toward your belly button, so it presses the upper vaginal wall. Stroke the vibrator in and out, pressing up on the outstroke. If you feel like you have to pee, you're doing it right.

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How do I use vibrators to stimulate my prostate?
Lubricate your vibrator and insert it about 2 to 3 inches into your anus. Angle it toward your belly button, switch it on and gently rock it back and forth.

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How do I use a vibrator on my partner?
Vibrators can be a great addition to a couple's sex life. Ideally, you and your partner should select the vibrator together. The more you communicate with each other about any aspect of your lovemaking, the better. Springing a vibrator on a partner without talking about it first can backfire. Plus, you need to get a vibrator that provides the type of stimulation your partner likes. Once you have the vibrator selected, you and your partner can try incorporating it into your foreplay or lovemaking. Be sure the vibrator is available and ready to go before you begin your session. Having to fumble with packaging or getting the batteries loaded can spoil the mood. Have it at hand on the bed or within easy reach so you can grab it when the moment is right. When you get to the point in foreplay when you and your partner are petting or stimulating each other's genitals, grab the vibrator. As you're using your hands or mouth to stimulate your partner, transition from manual or oral stimulation to using the vibrator on your partner. Pay attention to their responses and what they enjoy. If it's more comfortable for your partner, you can give them the vibrator or the controls and let them pleasure themselves while you fondle them in other ways.

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