Sextion: Beyond the basic vibrator

Every woman should own at least one good vibrator. And though I’m like a kid in a candy store at a sex shop, I can understand how the experience of shopping for a vibrator may be uncomfortable for first-time buyers. Well, fortunately, we live in a world where purchases can be made online and shipped in discrete packaging. And we live in a world where vibrators have become pretty fucking high tech, too.

So, what are some cool vibrators out there that can be ordered online? Here are a few to look into.

For the exhausted, yet insatiably horny college student: The Little Rooster a.k.a. the vibrator alarm clock. What better way to give your groggy early morning self a boost than with some friendly nether-region pleasure?

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For couples: Many women have difficulty achieving orgasm without clitoral stimulation. However, this sad reality is currently in the process of being ameliorated by an indiegogo campaign. You may have read about about this hands-free vibrator already, as it has been flounced across several online media sites; however, the fact that you have not given the $95 to secure one means there is something wrong. It’s called Eva and I could not be more excited for mine to arrive this coming May.

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For the person who doesn’t want to spend too much money: I am a fan of any Lelo product, but the fact that they have put their name on a vibrator that’s only $30, the Intimina, means that you’re still going to be getting a high quality crotch rocket. Oh, and it’s waterproof.

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For the uber-geek: I love novelty USB drives. A 16GB USB drive that doubles as a vibrator? Yes, please.

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For the person who loves tongue action: The squeal wheel is not only fun to say but it has some serious oral-simulating abilities — it’s a Ferris wheel of cunnilingus. Make sure to try the flicker mode.

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For the person looking for a vibrator that doubles as living room decoration: The conevibe looks like a fancy paperweight, but it’s so much more. Perfect for solo play or experimenting with a partner, this vibrator packs a wollop.  Plus, the conevibe’s nontraditional design makes it the kind of thing you might just buy for yourself out of curiosity.

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When you venture into the world of vibrators, make sure to buy one that is made of non-porous plastic. And remember, a more expensive vibrator does not necessarily mean a higher quality vibrator. Be wary, and read reviews! And, don’t be afraid to use lube. It’s a game changer.

Enjoy!

Margaret

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