Can You Get Addicted To A Vibrator? We Find Out

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After having the best orgasms of her life, our writer wonders: Can you get addicted to a vibrator?

Well, whether or not I thought of it as my love is debatable; all I know is that after a few years with the wand, it was time to say goodbye.

So I decided to throw it out—not just in my kitchen garbage but down the chute (I learned through my relationship with cocaine that I haven't actually gotten rid of something if I can still retrieve it). And my journey back to the world of people-generated orgasms has been shockingly easy. It's re-introduced me to the pleasures of erotica, a lover's tongue and my own right hand. It's taught me that getting off isn't only about the orgasm but about what I'm thinking and feeling, climactic or not, before, during and after I come. It's about connecting throughout my entire body and not just my clitoris, about one time being plenty and another person a treat rather than an inconvenience. A Glimpse At The Future Of Sex Toys

Still, I do sort of miss my friend from Japan.

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