International Women’s Day is just around the corner, March 8th. Why not treat yourself on this special day to one of the most popular sex toys for the ladies. We have compiled a list of popular sex toys for women over the last decade. How many are you aware of, and how many have you tried?
Aptly named, the Satisfyer Pro 2 Clitoral Stimulator gives women the power to enjoy intense and multiple orgasms in the palm of their hand. It uses pressure waves to create powerful and focused stimulation in the clitoral area, with actually touching the clitoris. The waves are focused on to the nerves around the clitoris by the soft opened nozzle and pulse for a truly unique sensation. With state-of-the-art vacuum technology, this toy offers a unique feeling that that will soon become your best friend.
The Womaniser is also a clitoral stimulator and operates similarly to the Satisfyer. They both use innovative air wave technology to stimulate the clitoris without direct contact. This reduces the chance of hypersensitivity and overstimulation. While both the Satisfyer Pro 2 and the Womaniser are very similar, the Womaniser has been around for a longer, is smaller and slightly better in my opinion, but it also has a higher price tag.
Swipe Right For This Vibe!
We-Vibe is a well-known brand for couples vibrators, designed to be used during intercourse. But did you know they also make women’s sex toys? Their Jive vibrator is designed for G-spot stimulation and can be worn for extended periods – such as when you are partying on the dance floor. It is controlled by a smart phone app so you can feel the music intensely, or even have it controlled by a long-distance lover. An then they have a large range of clitoral vibrators. Check out the huge range from We-Vibe this International Women’s Day.
Get In Shape With Kegel Balls
Also known as Ben Wa Balls, kegel balls have been around for centuries. They are used by inserting them into the vagina and using the pubococcygeus or pelvic floor muscles to hold them in, tightening and strengthening the vagina walls, which improves sexual performance. Unlike the ancient version, todays kegel balls often come with vibrations and remote controls or even smart phone apps, so when you have finished your kegel exercises, you can have some fun!
There are a million rabbit vibrators out there for women. With good reason. They are wonderful! Gone are the days of a lifeless solid dildo, or your fingers. Now you can enjoy the amazing inventions of vibrations to reach O-land. Keep in mind that usually with adult sex toys, you get what you pay for. If its cheap, then you are probably only going to get a few goes with it, and it will probably be a mediocre motor, but if that is enough for you, then go for it. If you want some thing with powerful vibrations, maybe two or three motors to tingle all your spots at once, and ergonomically designed for comfort and reaching those deep places, then don’t be afraid to hand over some coin for a good design. A shaft that vibrates, and maybe also thrusts is a good start. Add a rabbit that vibrates and tickles, or a wheel that simulates multiple licking tongues and you will see why a rabbit vibrator is always the most popular women’s sex toy.
Vibrating panties are great for couples to play with, but there’s no reason you can’t have fun on your own with the latest technology in adult sex toys. Whether you choose a simple remote control, or a smart phone app version, try completing your normal activities with a wearable egg or kegel ball, vibrating panties, or wearable vibrator. Imagine how much better grocery shopping will be, how intense a movie in the dark will become (especially the love scenes), or even yoga. Why not wear them on a Tinder date to get you into the mood, or just wear it to work to make the day more exciting. Put a pep in your step and a smile on your dial on March 8 this year for International Women’s Day. Do it for yourself. Do it for your partner. Do it for all the women around the world. And do it, well, just because it feels so amazing!
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