How to Orgasm With a Vibrator

Don’t be afraid to play around with your vibrator. But be careful, as sex toys can become addictive and even dangerous.

Start by dangling it over your most sensitive erogenous areas, like the breasts and nipples, and inside your thighs. Then, tuck it in under your underwear and run it over your clitoris (with or without a partner). Try wand-shaped vibrators, which are ideal for clitoral stimulation.

Placement

The classic way to use a vibrator is by pressing it against your clit, but the possibilities don’t end there. Vibrators can be stimulating on other erogenous zones as well, such as the nipples, arms, neck and inner thighs. They can even be used to stimulate a partner, with the right toys like cock rings and anal vibes.

Regardless of what toy you choose, always apply lubrication, and use whatever lube you normally would for masturbation. If you’re not careful, you might get irritated or overstimulated. Also, make sure your battery is charged, if you have one.

Some people can only orgasm with clitoral stimulation, while others prefer penetrative oral sex. Knowing which type of orgasm you are most likely to achieve can help you choose the best toy.

Pressure

It’s a good idea to play around with the pressure you apply. This is especially important if you’re just starting out with your new vibrator. Use a natural lube, or a sex toy lubricant that’s made specifically for you, and experiment with how much pressure feels best on your clitoris and inside your vagina.

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Try squeezing your thighs or tensing different muscles in your body to create pressure that you can feel. Once you find a technique that works for you, practice it in the shower or bedroom (with your partner if you want).

Be sure to mix it up so that you don’t get bored with one way of reaching climax. This is what experts call “vibe fatigue.” If you only ever reach for your vibrator during sex, it can eventually lose its appeal and you may be less able to orgasm without it. This can make your sex less exciting for your partner. Plus, if you’re only getting to orgasm by using the same method, your partner might start to take the lead and be more in control of the pleasure.

Speed

There’s no need to rush the orgasm process if you’re still getting a feel for your vibe. Take it slow and savor the sensations that are happening in your vulva, labia and clitoris. This way, you can also enjoy the feeling of the lube as it moves through your body.

Start by stimulating the outer areas of your vagina with the vibrator, then teasing your clitoral hood (that little flap of skin that covers your clitoris) with a light touch. Slowly drag the tip of the vibrator up to your clit while retaining a feather-light touch.

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You can also try elongating the buildup by alternating between different patterns of vibration. This might make it easier to reach a power finish.

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Intensity

Sometimes your vibrator can become too intense as you teeter on the edge of orgasm. If this happens, try placing your fingers or a blanket between the vibe and your penis or vulva to create a barrier that allows for continued stimulation but at a softer intensity.

Also, consider experimenting with the speed of your vibrations. Some women find that a slower vibration produces the most intense sensations, while others prefer a quicker vibration.

And of course, don’t forget to explore different types of clitoral stimulation. If you’re used to a standard bullet shaped vibrator that you place directly on your clitoris, try moving it around to different erogenous zones within your vagina to see what feels best. It can take time to figure out what feels good, and the right combination of pressure, speed, intensity and placement can turn a satisfying orgasm into something earth-shattering. But if you keep trying, you’ll eventually find what works for you. And you’ll have a great new tool to use in the bedroom with your partner. Good luck!

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Arousal

A vibrator is a great way to bring on orgasms on your own, and for those of you who have a partner, a vibrator can also enhance intimacy and help you get closer to your sexual peak. Masturbation is a healthy practice, and it releases mood-enhancing hormones such as oxytocin. It’s also a good way to relieve period pain, as research shows that masturbation reduces the intensity of menstrual cramping.

Some people rely on their vibrator exclusively to reach orgasm, and while there’s nothing wrong with that, it can be boring if you don’t mix things up and try other techniques on your own (or with a partner) as well. Being able to orgasm in different ways can be more exciting for your partner, too.

To get started, softly drag the vibrator over your most sensitive erogenous zones, such as your breasts and nipples, inside of your thighs, or clitoris. Keep teasing yourself until your body starts to anticipate THE RELEASE, which will intensify the sensations and lead to a powerful orgasm. Don’t rush to climax, though. Just let it build slowly – Rome wasn’t built in a day!

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