Introduction to Vibrators
The first time I discovered myself was when I was 15 years old and in a bathtub. After that night it never went any further than sitting with my legs positioned like a butterfly and the stream of water hitting a sweet spot. I didn’t know what was happening and why it felt good, but I did feel guilty. I didn’t start masturbating until I was 17. I watched some naughty videos and put my hand down my panties. This went on everyday, multiple times a night, and with nothing but my fingers. Of course there’s nothing wrong with fingers, but your arm gets tired and then one evening when you’re so close and your legs start to tremble, you suddenly feel your arm give out. So you rest your chosen arm and then go again, hoping it doesn’t happen again. Alas, it’s happened plenty of times.
The use of fingers went on for a while until I started having sex and was subsequently introduced to the joys of sex toys. I’d seen them in real life in adult stores, but never dared to purchase one, afraid that my little secret would be found out by my housemates.
However, once you use them, fingers pale in comparison with how quickly you can reach a climax. Sometimes all you need is just the vibrator. Switch it on, set it slow, and then gradually increase the speed as you get closer. If you’re feeling extra amorous, a dildo and a vibrator will surely fulfill any needs you have, or if you want to be efficient, use a two-in-one.
I sometimes go back to using my fingers, but it doesn’t have the same sensation as a toy. For beginners I’d recommend something small like a LELO Gigi 2 Rechargeable G-Spot Vibrator if, like me, you need it to be well hidden.
For more experienced users, I’d recommend something with a stronger vibration such as the Smart Wand Vibrator.
For couples, please read next weeks post!