Do you think female vibrators are a recent invention? Well they are not; the first was invented in the 1880s for medical use, to treat so called “female hysteria” an illness identified hundreds of years before. For the full history try looking up vibrator in Wikipedia.
Female Vibrators became generally available to the public in the early 1900s, but were marketed as vibrating massagers for relaxation purposes. Now some 100 years on, and with the arrival of the online shop giving discretion and privacy the adult toy market has boomed, especially where the female vibrator is concerned. The modern woman can now go to a shop selling such items in total privacy and buy any product she chooses, all without bumping into the local gossip.
But the different makes and types are enough to cause the first time purchaser more than a little confusion. There is no single answer to this problem, as women’s needs are varied and one style doesn’t suit all. As the majority of female vibrators are probably used for solo masturbation, and although masturbation is not the taboo subject it used to be, women are still not inclined to discuss it openly, so what type of female vibrator to use and how to use it is in the main self taught. So how does the first time buyer chose between the different types of female vibrator? Well you know your own body, or you should! What do you do when you use your hand or hands to masturbate? Where do you like to be caressed by your partner when you make love? It’s no good skirting round the subject; if you prefer just clitoral stimulation, and that’s how you reach an orgasm when masturbating, maybe your first purchase should be a bullet or an egg vibrator, at the very least it needs to be designed to provide effective clitoral stimulation. However if you prefer G spot stimulation, then the one designed for G spot stimulation maybe your best choice. There are female vibrators to stimulate every conceivable erogenous zone on the female body. And the variety doesn’t stop there either, worried about the noise? Don’t! You can get silent female vibrators. There are vibrators you can use in the bath or shower, there are female vibrators you can use in the night club that vibrate to the rhythm of the music, and you can even plug one into your ipod so you can listen to your favourite music on your way to the Big O. The list is endless and still growing, so if you haven’t taken an online window shopping trip yet. Why not?!!