101 Things to Do with a Vibrator

By: Marisa Bennett



Introduction: Getting Buzzed

Electrify your sexual pleasure by exploring the world of vibrating sex toys! From small things that hum to complex toys that flick, rotate, swivel, and penetrate, find out everything you need to know to get your buzzworthy playtime charged up! Included are how-tos for a wide range of innovative sex toys, creative scenarios in which to use them, beautiful photography to showcase various toys, and even an erotica excerpt for inspiration! Whether you are a solo rider looking to intensify your Os and explore new sensations, or a part of a couple that wants to tease and please one another, 101 Things to Do with a Vibrator will show you creative ways to entice, tempt, and vibe your way to incredible orgasms!





The Usual Suspects—Wand Vibes





The Care and Keeping of Vibrators


Choosing Your Material

Choosing your vibrator is so much more than just picking the prettiest one that you think will give you the most O power. They range in price and in texture, so it is important to know your options before you commit to a purchase. Vibrators are typically made from plastic, latex, cyberskin, jelly, and silicone. Below is a list of pros and cons for each:

PLASTIC: Plastic vibrators are super low priced and offer hard-as-a-rock penetration. They are safe with all types of lubricants and are super easy to clean. The not so sexy side of plastic vibrators is that while they might give you a good buzz, they are cheaper in quality and have shorter lifespans. The texture can be great for a quickie, but the hard material can be harsh on your lady parts and less intuitive with more complex areas like the g-spot and clitoris.

LATEX: Latex vibrators, like plastic vibrators, are great for the girl who wants it hard, but they also offer a softer texture so you don’t feel like you’re fucking a flashlight. They’re slightly better quality and a tiny bit more expensive, but the flexibility will feel a little more natural. Latex vibrators are soft and a little porous, so you will need to use a water-based lube for each sexy session. Of course, if you are allergic to latex, using a latex vibrator is A BAD IDEA, so save yourself from a mortifying ER visit and choose another material!

JELLY: This is where vibrators get interesting! Jelly materials have given way for some unique and exotic vibrator designs to make your “you” time so much more fun. Jelly vibrators are mid-range in terms of price and easy to clean. They are pliable but firm, just the way a hard cock should be! There is some controversy over jelly vibrators containing phthalates, which is a substance in plastic that makes it more pliable. Phthalates have been found to cause health risks, ranging from minor irritation to severe health problems, so it is important to always look for the “phthalate-free” label when making a purchase.

CYBERSKIN: This high-end material gives the look and feel of real penetration. Cyberskin vibrators are generally firm in the way that latex toys are, but soft and smooth like the jelly material. These amazing vibrators will get you to your peak pleasure spot, but they require extra attention once you are finished and ready to clean them.

SILICONE: The gods of sex are smiling! Silicone vibrators are the premiere material for your buzzing pleasure. They are incredibly high quality, durable, hygienic, and will have a long lifespan if cared for properly. Silicone is certainly the top tier in vibrator quality, so they are priced accordingly. These kinds of vibrators will put a dent in your wallet in the short term, but are a good investment for your pleasure time in the long term.

Choosing the Right Lubricant

Using lubricants with your vibrator will bring your sexy session from satisfying to out of this world. The slippery sensation will get your engines revving much faster, but it will also allow you to continue riding your way to bliss a lot longer. There are some important things to note while choosing your lube, though! You would think that buying a lubricant would be a no-brainer, but the lubricant you buy can make all the difference in the lifespan of your sex toys, and can also determine how well your own body reacts to each hot rendezvous with your vibrator.

WATER-BASED: These lubricants are by far the best to buy because they are easy to clean (no oily residue), are safe for all vibrator materials, and do not create irritation on your skin.