Vibrator for couples

Introducing sex toys into your sex life with your significant other should be exciting. It's also a perfectly normal thing to do, since more than half of adult men and women say they've used a vibrator in the bedroom. Still not sure? A recent scientific study by sex therapist Dr. Debra Herbenick found that 10 percent of American men surveyed had used a vibrator in the past month.

We've written a complete guide on how to bring a vibrator into your relationship. We also address why you should use a vibrator with your partner. Using a vibrator will make it easier for you to orgasm, which is a huge stimulus for him, thus enhancing the sexual experience for both of you.

But if you bring up the topic for the first time in a heterosexual relationship, you may be wondering how your partner will react. Or you might be single, but nervous about pulling out your wand during a one-night stand. While we can't tell you exactly how they react, we can let you know what men think about vibrators and sex toys, based on our research and experience.

You'll have a better sex life and a higher libido, which will hurt him (and you) a lot!) It's a big thrill.

Why do men use vibrators

We like guys who like vibrators. We want you to do the same. Vibrators are not a replacement for male members in the bedroom, but a great addition to ensure that a female partner gets enough clitoral stimulation to reach orgasm. You see, there's this thing called the orgasm gap, and it's very real and unfair. The orgasm gap tells us that about 95 percent of heterosexual men orgasm during intercourse, while only about 65 percent of heterosexual women orgasm.

We know that clitoral stimulation is essential for women to achieve orgasm. What we rarely talk about is how hard it is to fiddle with buttons during sex. Using a vibrator is very helpful so they can focus on their own pleasure rather than feeling like they are playing distorted music with their bodies

Why do men buy themselves vibrators?

First, there are many ways men can use vibrators on themselves.

Also, if you're a bachelor, having a vibrator is a great way to show that you care about your sexual partner's experience. Make sure you wash it after you use it, okay?

A recent study found four positive results when following men who used vibrators during sex with their partners. First, it increases their own happiness and raises their awareness of their partner's happiness. Respondents also reported increased freshness and variety - we have a company motto: "Good sex begets more sex." The results of this study reflect that adage. In the end, respondents said they felt closer to their sexual partners than they did before using the vibrator.

Finally, if you find your partner silent when you ask if he or she wants to try something new in the bedroom, maybe you should consider that you haven't found love yet. Health is just as important as physical and mental health, and you deserve a partner who values your happiness as much as your own.