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I Want To Buy My Wife A Vibrator ^HOT^



I wanted a birthday gift that signified that, that showed he not only cared, but listened when I dropped hints. I wanted something from him that would help me relax, a facial, some time away, a good book, a massage, anything to help me relax!




i want to buy my wife a vibrator


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Have you ever wondered if you should buy a vibrator for your wife or partner? If so, you are definitely not alone. I have spoken to a few readers who were pondering whether or not they should buy a vibrator or dildo for their wife. Each one had their own, personal reasons for doing so. But is it a good idea?


The first reason why you should buy a vibrator for your wife or partner is that out of all sex toys, vibrators come in the most styles. It used to be that the majority of vibrators were created specifically for females.


In other words, adding a vibrator to your passionate love-making sessions spices things up and opens up a whole new level of orgasm possibilities. So yes, this is definitely a reason you should buy a vibrator for your wife or partner!


Therefore, if you buy a vibrator for your wife or partner, it gives you another tool to use to enhance orgasms. Use the vibrator to massage, tease and tantalize; slowly bringing your partner to the brink of climax. Then, send them over the edge and into orgasmic bliss any way you please.


Older research has shown that 75% of women need clitoral stimulation to reach climax; leaving only 25% of women who can orgasm from intercourse alone. Therefore, if you want a better chance of experiencing the rare and wonderful mutual orgasm with your partner, you might want to buy a vibrator.


My suggestion would be a small, bullet-type vibrator, finger vibrator or a vibrating penis ring to give her direct clitoral stimulation during love-making and increasing the chance of reaching the big-o together.


Vibrators are a wonderful thing to buy your significant other. Vibrators of all kinds make very short work of powerful orgasms. They are perfectly designed devices that can make your wife orgasm within seconds or minutes. Then, she might be ready for round two. There are no downsides to that.


When it comes to clit stimulation some ladies require prolonged periods of time to reach climax. With a clit vibrator or clit sucking vibrator, deep orgasms arrive lightning fast. (Or if you want to tease her, then you could introduce edging and building up her arousal with a vibrator.)


For those new to vibrators, you might err on the side of gentle stimulation. Our compact clit sucker Kai is on the gentler side which is really great for foreplay, and arousal. This is great for someone who is new to clit suction or the world of vibes.


But of course, you can't just show up to her place armed with a bag full of vibrators and bondage toys to try. And breaking out a magic wand or cock ring mid act is probably going to make things pretty weird, too. Sex toys aren't the type of thing that you can just slip in (see what I did there?). Experts agree that there needs to be a conversation had beforehand -- and not while the two of you are in bed together post coitus.


Typically, using a sex toy means that you're taking turns. And of course, it's hot to watch your partner react to all the stimulation of the toy you're using on her. But we don't blame you for wanting to get in on the action. The solution? A couples vibrator that stimulates both of you. The Eva Couples vibrator is designed to be worn during intercourse, and it fits right under your partner's labia. Meaning, both parties get to enjoy the sensation it gives off. Plus, it stays put, no matter what position you and your partner shift to.$89.46 at Amazon.com


Once you start using sex toys with your partner, you'll want to have easy access to the amped up pleasure they bring wherever you end up doing the dirty -- whether it's in a hot tub on a romantic getaway, or when the mood strikes you in the back of a cab. This vibrator is discreet and easy to carry along wherever the night or weekend takes you. Plus, it's waterproof, meaning you can use it to add to your shower sex routine. It's designed to target her clitoris with ultra-pleasurable sensations.$11.73 at Amazon.com


This section is full of toys (from g-spot vibrators to kegel balls) that your partner can use on her own, when she's missing you. Or while the two of you are having steamy FaceTime sex. Or for her to use when she's teasing you with dirty Snapchats. Basically, what I'm trying to say is that these are gifts you'll also most definitely benefit from.


If this is the first wand (or for that matter, sex toy) that your partner has ever owned and operated, you'll want to go with something that's a step down from the LELO, and more user-friendly. This magic wand features (a more manageable) four vibration settings, with a simple on/off switch, for maximum stimulation of the clitoris. It's also rechargeable, and reaches full power after just three hours of being plugged in. It's a solid beginner sex toy, and an ideal introduction into the magic world of wands.$95.00 at Amazon.com


Another ideal toy for a first time user. If the true-to-size vibrators and dildos feel too intimidating for your partner, get her something small that packs just as much of a punch. Slightly over two inches long, this mini pocket vibrator is single speed, battery powered and easy to operate. It's also waterproof, which makes it a breeze to clean.$7.05 at Amazon.com


Foreplay is a key component to a quality sex life, so you'll want to invest in a few toys that take teasing your partner to the next level. Here are the best toys for getting her turned on before the act.


The situation: She wants to try using a whip, but you both want to test the waters with something that isn't so intimidating and hardcore. A happy medium would be to find a whip that doesn't hurt (if you don't want it to) like this feather tickler. It can be used to tease your partner, or you can put some muscle behind it to give her a solid spank. Three cheers for versatility.$8.99 at Amazon.com


So, your partner wants to play around with butt plugs. One of the weirdest things about starting to use this kind of toy is sticking something in your butt and leaving it there. The solution? A butt plug with a handle. This one features three varying sizes, so that you can play around with different fits until she finds the right one.$9.00 at Amazon.com


So, you've been given the green light to enter her backdoor. Obviously, you want to make the experience as pleasant as possible, so that this becomes part of your repertoire instead of just a one time thing. If that's the case, an anal serum that helps relax the other hole will help that cause. This one also happens to be organic, in case your girl is into going green.$.00 at Amazon.com


Sarah Ruhl's much publicised 'vibrator' play is a historically accurate drama set in the late eighteen hundreds which describes how the medical profession used 'vibration' to treat a mysterious female complaint known as 'hysteria'. We've come a long way since then. In the last decade, state of the art materials and NASA technology have revolutionised the vibrator market, but the choice of products is now so overwhelming that it can be hard to know where to start. So, here's 10 things you need to know before you deliver her ultimate Christmas gift. An orgasm.


1. Women over 40 need stronger vibrators so mains powered toys tend to be more effective. The Hitachi Magic Wand was the original gold standard, delivering 6000 vibrations a minute, but sadly, it is no longer available in Europe. Luxury brand Lelo say their Smart Wand (110) is more powerful than any other rechargeable massager on the market. Lovehoney's mains powered Bodywand (49) is significantly cheaper, but it is very effective and you can buy additional attachments to turn it into a penetrative toy.


2. How a vibrator feels to touch is very important. The Tenga Iroha range has a soft spongy texture which emulates the properties of skin. The outer covering is FDA approved silicone while the squishy inner area is Polyurethane Elastomer. Uniquely cool and soft to the touch, it also has an anti-dust coating which is more hygienic. Its also latex and phthalate free.


3. Some women prefer toys which pulse rather than vibrate. The Pulsator Stronic Eins Powerful Thrusting Vibrator (128.99) pulsates back and forth in 10 different non-vibrating modes of stimulation. It uses a weight in the core of the vibrator to match the natural movements of lovemaking.


5. Couples vibrators are increasingly popular and the idea, in theory, is that they can be worn during sex to give pleasure to both partners. In practice, using them can be quite complicated but the We-Vibe 4 (124.90) and Lelo's Tara and Tiani (118.99) are the models to look at.


6. Buy products that are phthalate free. Phthalates are chemical compounds which are often used to soften cheaper jelly, or rubber vibrators. Although the link between phthalates, infertility and cancer has not been proven, its safer to stick to toys that are made from elastomer, silicone, metal or glass.


If you've ever used a vibrator in the bedroom, you know that introducing your partner to your trusted Hitachi Magic Wand can be just as awkward and jealousy-inducing as introducing them to an ex. But new research indicates that cultural attitudes toward couples' vibrator use might be changing.


A study from the University of Guelph, Ontario, recently surveyed 49 men, between the ages of 25 and 58, in heterosexual relationships, to determine their attitudes about using vibrators with their partners. Contrary to popular belief, most men weren't hesitant about using sex toys, nor did they feel "intimidated" or "threatened" by their partner introducing a mechanical third party into the bedroom.


"Our study emphasizes that, in contrast to vibrators being 'threatening,' when used in couple relationships, men actually found sex more appealing because of the sexual aid," Erin Watson, who co-authored the study, told Mic. In fact, "many men even reported an increase in sexual intimacy between them and their partners" as a result of using a vibrator during sex. 041b061a72


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