Sex toys can be fun stimulators to use both by yourself and with your partner, but they can also be something quite daunting, especially to choose and buy, for those who are inexperienced with them, or with sex itself. Vibrators, for instance, are quite common devices these days, and are great aides to help inexperienced young women fulfill their sexual need. However, if you’re uninformed, you may be taken by surprise when confronted with the extensive selection both physical and online stores have on offer these days, and be confused about which vibrator to choose to meet your needs.
If we’re being completely honest, there are a lot of things to consider when thinking of which vibrator to choose. There’s softness, power, which type of excitement you want, where do you want to use – both on your body and environment – whether you prefer batteries or rechargeable and hygiene concerns, just to mention a few factors to consider.
If you are at least somewhat experienced, you’ll have to look at your sexual habits and preferences to figure out which vibrator to choose. Whether you like it soft or rough will influence your choice in terms of texture and power, for instance. If you like to stimulate yourself on the go you may want to use batteries instead of a rechargeable device, because you may not always have a plug to connect the device available to you. Likewise, if you’re using it with a male partner, you may only need a vibrator which is meant for external use, while if you’re masturbating or using it with a female partner, you might need one which is suitable for penetration – in case you didn’t know, most vibrators are only meant to stimulate your clit, so they’re not all meant to go inside.
Now if you are inexperienced, and trying to figure out sex or having first experiences with toys, you may not have much of a preference yet. For that reason, who should start slow, with an external, gentle vibrator, which is aimed at stimulating the clit. Besides being really gentle and easy, the fact they are usually small and slim makes them easy to conceal and transport, which in turn makes them a perfect starter. Another good started, especially for women who are inexperienced about sex in general, are the ones that target the G-spot, which will introduce you to new sensations, and help you understand what you like and what works for you, which will also be helpful when having sex with your partner.
The two most important things when figuring out which vibrator to choose though are certainly material and power. When it comes to materials, safety is the word, so it’s important to make sure the materials in your vibrator are safe. That said, plastic vibrators are the cheapest, and good to start out with, but not the most effective, while silicone can be expensive, but it gives a more realistic experience, conveys the vibrations better, and it’s easier to clean.
As for power, here’s a curious tip you can certain test at your local shop – if it tickles your nose enough for you to sneeze, that’s the one for you. But remember, power comes with noise, so if you want to be discreet, try not to go for the most powerful toy available, even if it tickles your nose the right way.