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Vibrator Guide: Clitoral, G-Spot, Combined Toys, Vibrating Eggs and Kegel Exercisers

Whoever says the G-spot doesn’t exist, or that the clitoral orgasm is infantile (we’re looking at you, Freud), clearly never got to try any sex toys worth a damn. Luckily, you don’t have to suffer the same fate. 

These are all designed to be used on anyone with a vulva, including cis women, trans men, non-binary and intersex individuals. Some can also work wonders on penises too – but there’s a whole other section of toys for that! 

Clitoral Stimulators

The clitoris itself is much bigger than most people thought before its full discovery in 1998. Contrary to popular belief that the clit is a small nub of nerve endings an inch or so above the vaginal opening, it’s actually typically 5 inches long, holds the shape akin to that of a wishbone and has a head (the glans), arms and vestibule bulbs that surround the vagina, and rests beneath the outer labia. The clitoris is the only organ that exists purely for the purpose of pleasure. 

Hence the popularity of clitoral vibrators, including bullets and magic wands. Vibrations help to encourage blood flow and awaken nerve endings. However some people find that direct stimulation to the tip of the clitoris is far too intense for them. Some find they have a dominant side where they feel more sensation, the left, the right, or on the pubis. Building sensation around the vulva in addition to the clitoris, including the inner and outer lips, the vaginal opening, and the perineum, are great ways to enhance the pleasure capacity in that area. 

Although Freud once remarked that clitoral orgasms are a sign of psychosexual immaturity – even considering them a sign of mental illness – up to 80% of heterosexual women do not experience regular orgasm through vaginal penetration. Clitoral stimulation during penetration can provide localised and even full body orgasms. 

We now know that the clitoral orgasm and vaginal G-spot orgasms are totally interconnected…but more of that in the next sections. 

G-spot Vibrators

Does the G-spot exist? Originally “discovered” by a male gynaecologist Ernst Grafenberg in the 1950s, he published his book The Role of Urethra and Female Orgasm and coined the name G-spot. However, as many people find it hard to locate and stimulate to the point of orgasm, many dispute its existence. 

Most commonly the G-spot is found 1-3 inches inside the vagina on the front wall, but this can vary from person to person – some more to one side or further inside, making it harder to reach with a penis or fingers. That’s where G-spot stimulators come in handy. 

But what is the G-spot? According to research by sexologist, Beverly Whipple, the G-spot is a combination of tissues and glands. These primarily include the Urethral sponge, and prostate glands, also known as the Skene’s gland in female bodied people, and also, the back of the clitoris body which rests in this so-called G-spot pleasure area; the G-area.

Stimulating this area, particularly with vibration technology, for a long period of time can result in the sensation of needing to pee, a vaginal orgasm, which is an extension of the clitoral orgasm, with or without female ejaculate which is predicted to be “squirt” that comes from the Skene’s gland

G-spot vibrators are an excellent tool to explore this area either alone or with a partner. 

Combined Toys for Blended Orgasms 

While this may seem unfathomable, combined sex tech devices, designed specifically for this function, can help you make the fantasy of a blended orgasm a reality. 

Probably the most iconic of the combined sex toys is the Rabbit. A phallus shaped device with ears, dual-action designed to vibrate and stimulate both the external clitoris and the internal vaginal G-spot simultaneously. 

Toys such as the Rabbit, simultaneously stimulate the clitoris and the G-spot encouraging blood to fill the entire clitoris body, the vulva and the pelvic floor, where the muscle tension builds and builds to one huge blended release. 

Vibrating Eggs and Kegel Exercisers 

Vibrating eggs can be wire controlled or wireless and, surprise surprise, typically come shaped as eggs. They are most commonly inserted into the vagina but due to their nimble dexterity, can be used on any part of the body that a person wants stimulated, including the nipple, anus, perineum, clitoris, plus any other erogenous zone. 

The level up from the eggs are kegel exercisers, namely smart tech that encourages you to strengthen your pelvic floor, either by vibration technology or sometimes via an app that measures your progress in real time. 

Strengthening the pelvic floor has multiple benefits, including more pee control for those who suffer from urinary incontinence, more control during penetration – squeezing the penis or toys, and wonderfully stronger orgasms. 

Both vibrating eggs and kegel exercisers help encourage blood flow to the vaginal area, increasing lubricating, and stimulation to the G-spot. You should be able to feel vaginal walls contracting around the device when practising your kegels and especially during an orgasm.

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