According to the Kinsey Institute’s National Survey of Sexual Health and Behavior from 2010, there’s a bit of a disconnect when it comes to the female Orgasm. 85% of the men surveyed said that their most recent sexual encounter led their partner to an orgasm. However, only 64% of women claimed to have had one.
How is that possible?
Female orgasms can be elusive. You have the external clitoris orgasm, the internal G-spot orgasm, the P-spot orgasm (if they're into anal play), and, for some women, none of the above. Anorgasmia, the inability to climax during sex, is more common than you’d think, with 10% of women unable to orgasm from sex.
Men have their supplements and sexy lingerie to get them revved up. But aside from giving our men some gentle guidance to the right spots, what do women have to ensure that we too achieve the big “O”? And, more importantly, what can men do to ensure we climax? Every. Single. Time.
This is why we’ve gotta talk about Vibrators. Not just any vibrator, but the best vibrators for women and exactly why they're so effective.
Let’s face it.
Vibrators aren’t the easiest things to shop for unless you’re a fan of going into sex shops, and, even then, it’s not like you can test these bad boys out. As if the struggle to achieve a climax weren’t bad enough, now we have to contend with a market inundated with options… and with no good way of testing them out and finding the best vibrator available (like you would a cute sweater in Abercrombie & Fitch’s store window).
So what’s the deal?
Are you a first timer? Maybe you’re tired of spending an hour trying to get to the finish line? Or perhaps you want to spice things up in the bedroom with your sweetie? Either way, you’ve come to the right place.
There are vibrators for every need, and every budget; though, to be honest, most of them are pretty pricey. But can you even put a price on 100% satisfaction? (wink wink)
Look, after doing as much research as we have on this subject, all we can say is that there is a vibrator out there for every woman, man, or couple. There are vibrators designed to hit the G-spot. Vibrators to tickle the clitoris. Vibrators that are meant to go in the back door. And we've even thrown in a suction vibrator here for good measure. The point is, we at Faveable have got your back.
Climaxing may have been a chore previously, but with the help of these very female-friendly vibrators, your days of fibbing about your orgasms will be a thing of the past.
Of course, if you should find that a vibrating toy just doesn't do it for you, then hop on over to our picks for the best sex toys and see if there's something that tickles your fancy there.