How to Use a Clitoral Vibrator for More Intense Pleasure

How to use a clitoral vibrator

Experimenting with your clit stimulator helps you find what way — or ways — work best for you so you can explore your sexuality whether alone or with a partner. Here are a few tips if you’re not sure where to begin.

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Figure Out Your Toy

Get to know your vibrator before your first use. Turn it on. Make sure it’s charged or has fresh batteries. If it’s a corded massager such as the Original Magic Wand, make sure you’re comfortably within range of an outlet. Perhaps grab an extension cord.

Become acquainted with the buttons. Some have a single push button to turn the toy on and off and cycle through settings. Other vibrators have two buttons, one to turn on and up and another to turn on and down. You’ll also find clitoral vibrators such as Lelo’s Siri, which has four buttons: two focus on intensity while the other two toggle through different settings. Some toys even increase when you hold a button but turn off if you press it just once. It’s definitely frustrating to accidentally switch settings or turn off a vibrator when you’re in the middle of using it!

Now, you’re ready to go to town. We suggest a little dollop of lube on your vibrator. It’s not necessarily, but a little lube can mean a lot more pleasure for you!

If you’re not used to vibration or a specific vibrator, start off low. Many vibrators have multiple settings, sometimes having as many as a dozen! Low is usually the first setting; although, this isn’t always the case. This is why we recommend getting to know your toy beforehand.

Techniques for Clitoral Stimulation

Next, there’s no right or wrong way to use a clitoral vibrator. Some people like direct clitoral stimulation, others use it to the side of their clitoris. You’re not alone if you prefer using it through your panties, and you can even use it through your labia for a different sensation. The provided suggestions are just that — suggestions. You might try them and find one that works for you, or you may do something that’s all your own creation. Either way is wonderful.

Technique also varies. Try back-and-forth, up-and-down, circles, or even a “U” shape under and around your clit. It’s also okay to simply hold the vibrator against your body. Many people find that their clitoris prefers stimulation from the right, but that’s not true for everyone. Don’t forget that your clitoris isn’t just the glans (head). It extends beneath your skin with two “legs” to either side just inside your labia minora.

Use the toy to your advantage. Try the broadest side, the one with the strongest vibrations, or the pinpoint tip (Zumio has one) closer to your clitoris. If there’s a dimple, hold it over your clitoris. Rabbit ears like those on the Form 2 can go on either side, but you can keep them just on one side if you prefer. Flip the toy upside down or turn it around. Apply pressure with your fingers.

Imagine your clitoris is like a clock and touch the vibrator to your body at every hour. How does it respond? Some areas might feel better than others. Some may even be too intense. That’s okay! Stick to what feels good.

As you’re using your clitoral vibrator, you may feel your orgasm approach. That’s great! If you don’t, don’t fret. It can take some time to get used to a new toy, and some toys require more work than others. Furthermore, as long as you enjoy the sensations, you’re doing just fine. Orgasm doesn’t have to be the goal of playing with a clitoral vibrator.

You might decide to watch a steamy movie or read some erotica while using your vibrator. You can also use your vibrator when you’re having sex with other people.

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