The primary function of a vibrator is to add stimulation to any kind of sex play. While the internal mechanics may differ, all vibrators work by creating a buzzing, whirring, or thumping sensation which, when touched to a part of the body, creates stimulation that many people find highly pleasurable (some people, though, don’t like it at all).
Vibrators can either be categorized by their intended function (e.g. vibrators for g spot stimulation, vibrators for clitoral stimulation, vibrators for anal stimulation), by the material they are made from (e.g. silicone vibrators, metal vibrators), or by other unique features (e.g., remote vibrators, wearable vibrators, dual-action vibrators).
When looking for your first vibrator it's advised to start simple and inexpensive, choosing a vibrator that is versatile and can be used in several ways (e.g. for external stimulation, for penetration; alone or with a partner). If you already know what kind of stimulation you like, you may want to consider the quality of the vibrator mechanism and also the quality of the material the body of the vibrator is made from. Shape, size and color also may be considerations.
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