Vibrator And Partner Sex

Vibrator And Partner Sex
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Guess what? Vibrators aren't just for going solo! Here's how to talk to your partner about them.

It's important to introduce a vibrator as an enhancement for both of you. Vibrators aren't just for solo play. In fact, according to the Center for Sexual Health Promotion at Indiana University Study, 80% of women have used a vibrator with a partner.

Both partners need to understand that vibrators are fun, but they don't deliver the same intimacy and connection as human relationships. Some people are very open to experimentation while others may feel unsure. The key to making it work: Open, honest conversation gets both partners on the same page.

When using a vibrator with your partner, the type and size of the vibrator and the positions that work best for both of you will depend on your body type, age, and flexibility.

The Vibrator Conversation

Rather than "surprising" your partner with a vibrator, bring it up casually when you're both relaxed. Don't push, and make sure your partner is completely on board with it before the vibrator makes an appearance.

Tell your partner that you want to add a vibrator to enhance the already intense pleasure you enjoy together. 95% of women who have used a vibrator agree that a vibrator is part of a healthy sex life.

Lay down some ground rules: Nobody has to do anything he or she isn't comfortable with; each partner needs to be 100% honest about his or her sexual boundaries.

It’s nice to make sure you praise the sensations and the technique of your partner, not the vibrator. Say things like, "You're doing that exactly the way I like it"or "I love it when you…"

Remember, there is nothing unnatural about adding a vibrator to spice up a couple’s sex life. Vibrators are as natural as adding music, or candlelight, or sexy lingerie to enhance your intimacy.

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This article was originally published at Trojan Lubricants™. Reprinted with permission from the author.

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