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How To Use A Vibrator For The First Time

How To Use A Vibrator For The First Time

How To Use A Vibrator For The First Time

By Ekaterina Mironova

Your vibrator isn’t going to come with instructions; in fact, the makers of these sex toys assume that you know where to put them! Unfortunately, where to put a vibrator is just one part of the equation. Some of us need a “vibrators for dummies” book, so we know just what to do and what not to do.

For all of those people, here is a quick step-by-step instruction manual on how to use your vibrator! It will give you some helpful tips on how to make your experience more pleasurable and comfortable.

Lubricate

A woman’s natural juices, no matter how much they may be, are not enough lubrication for playing with a vibrator. The textures of these sex toys are not always slick and you’ll need something to start yourself up. For men and women, the anus doesn’t lubricate itself at all. So, make sure to use lots and lots of lubricant. Some materials aren’t slick enough to glide in and out by themselves, and may even absorb your natural moisture and cause friction that will leave your nether regions feeling sore. So, grab a bottle of lubricant for better play. Remember that some lubes and dildos are not compatible.

Ready yourself for play

After you’ve applied the lube, just don’t shove the vibrator in. Just like sex with a partner, your body has to be ready. Lay back, relax and play with yourself a bit. If you’re not going at it alone, have your lover go down on you before you press the ON switch.

Slow and Steady

If you take long deep breaths, blood will rush to your genitals, making them engorge and relax. Short and shallow breaths will have the reverse effect. Relax! You have all the time in the world. Slowly slide your dildo in, leave it there for a moment and enjoy the feeing of being filled and stretched. Slowly control the thrusting and depth, experimenting as you go, until you find the perfect combination. Lube up your genitals to keep yourself excited and enjoy the ride!

Clean

After the fun is all done, you’re not finished. Always make sure you wash your vibrator with antibacterial soap and water or a commercial sex toy cleaner. Sterilization won’t work because most vibrators are not fully submersible. Rinse off your vibrator. Use water and make sure it’s thoroughly dried.

Store

Store your vibrator in a clean and dry place at room temperature. We suggest a padded sex toy pouch, bag or box, or wrapping your little buddy in a soft material and placing it in a drawer is just fine.

Now you’re ready for next time!

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