Vibrator Types

When it comes to vibrators, not only is material important, but figuring out the style of vibrator you want is important too. Before you head straight towards the seven-inch dual action, glow-in-the-dark-remote control rotating kind, consider this:

Most women need some form of clitoral stimulation to get off. Research shows that approximately one-third of women orgasm through vaginal penetration alone, with most women needing clitoral stimulation to reach blast off.

Vibrator Materials

Let’s break down vibrators into three different materials. Those materials are hard plastic, rubber and silicone. There are other materials that vibrators come in, like glass, wood, metal and vinyl but the most, basic – and complex – of vibrators fall into these three categories.

  • Hard plastic
  • Jelly Rubber
  • Silicone

Blow Jobs

The key to a great blowjob isn’t something you need to spend money on, it’s something you need to more specifically, enthusiasm. Yep, that’s the key to the best blowjobs. Add some noise (that’s emoting) and eye contact and you’re well on your way to a mind blowing BJ.

There are other things to consider. Men like more pressure than women do, because the penis has less nerve endings than the clitoris. They also like warmth, and a little bit of wetness – a dry blowjob just isn’t the same thing as one that allows your hand and mouth to glide easily.

50 Shades of Grey

Fifty Shades of Grey became an erotic phenomenon earlier in 2012 and for better, or worse, the love affair between Anastasia and Christian gave lots of us permission to switch it up in our own love lives. There’s no doubt that Fifty Shades of Grey has provided inspiration for millions of people to act out a new fantasy, use a new sex toy or experiment with kink.

If you haven’t read the trilogy, buy it now. If you have, you’re familiar with some of the toys Anastasia was presented with. Here are some ways you can add a little fifty shades to your relationship.