Isolated? Horny? Sounds like you need a vibrator.


Hello guys. Let's get comfortable. There is something we should probably talk about: masturbation.

Going solo has recently gone from a thing your friends have emphasized to a heroic endeavor in the fight against a global pandemic. Well, OK, fine – maybe it's not that extreme. But it's a small, useful criterion that just asks you to stay home and queue in some episode Prullaria– You know the one – and start doing business. Or … maybe it's just my Tuesday night? While I did not became & # 39; A vibrator expert out of general goodwill, I will use the excuse for spending several hundred dollars on masturbation and running with it. To paraphrase Ali Wong very loosely, the way you step down is appropriate for me, so that my vibrator preferences may be very different from yours. But because you can't quite get a vibe and then give it back if it doesn't quite fit, I checked all the things I got. You know, for science. And public health. If you want to join me oh-no! -Solo-O endeavor, is where to begin.

They say you always remember your first. For me, and if you don't count a handle tap, this is the Lelo Mona. I bought it my freshman year at university on the recommendation of a very friendly Babeland employee, and that is why. I wanted something powerful and solid, and it would take years. (The battery of some vibrators releases relatively quickly, but five years later and a good amount of soft, odorless soap later, and this one is still strong.) And I also wanted something versatile so I could figure out what I wish I was just getting started. These are good for external or internal play, while the others on this list cannot be used internally. And the curved shape means it strikes just the right place if you want to use it. They also make a & # 39; rabbit version that & # 39; s a little extra on the outside for simultaneous clitoral stimulation, but I choose that magic wand gives me more options. It has many speeds, rhythms and strengths so you can play around with what you want best.

The one that feels fancy: craving Vesper

The vibrator I love so much I bought twice and then wrote a virtual love letter. Just because we skipped this doesn't mean I have to hit a dead horse here, but I will give you a quick version anyway. Actually, it's the smallest but most powerful atmosphere I've ever had to use, and when you're done, you can clean it and screw it to the chain (haha, screw) and wear it as a necklace. It's beautiful, it works – we have no choice but to stand.

The one to buy if you are sensitive: Lady Eva 2

Otherwise known as the optimistic purchase, because the Eve was designed by women for hands-free use with a partner. Look, it's finally going to end. It should! And then you can make your party of one party of two – or, I think, whatever you want. I'm not judging! Either way, Eve is a good choice for now when you know you want something gentle. It is also a good choice for the chronically lazy. It's a & # 39; small egg-shaped thing with & # 39; wings & # 39; which plugs into the top of your vulva so you can just lie there and let the orgasm happen to you if it is your speed. Or get creative! Grab a dildo, or your fingers, and give multitasking at home & # 39; a new meaning. What is somehow important to know is that the car in Eve is just not as strong as the others on this list, and therefore will not shake like other options. What might work for you!

If a vibrator does not vibrate, can it technically be called a vibrator? Think yes, that's why the Lelo Sona is on this list. It is part of a new generation of vibrators (other versions include the Satisfyer and a nauseous female) who are supposed to imitate oral sex. I wouldn't say that the sensation is on the spot, but I think it's only possible that everyone I've had oral sex with has been exposed, and I and they and myself are exposed here. Instead of vibration, the Lelo Sona uses a combination of suction and SOUND WAVES (cool, right ?!) for intense, body-moving pulses. I have to say, sometimes it's … too intense for me, personally, even in the lowest setting. It's also supposed to adjust automatically, depending on how hard you push it on your body, which I haven't quite helped yet. But if you are looking for something fast and powerful, then this is your girl. Just remember that it's pretty loud – you've been warned.

You will not find this atmosphere in your friendly sex shop. This is because Kiki de Montparnasse is mainly a series of very nice, expensive underwear (see Exhibits A and B, which I would happily and graciously accept as gifts from any secret online admirers). Instead, you can find the vibrator on their website under & # 39; accessories & # 39; find – I don't know what kind of energy calls an accessory vibrator, but it's definitely a mood. The Flexi vibe is a soft, ehem, flexible vibrator that fits comfortably in the palm of your hand and comes on top of a point for directed perpendicular operation. You can use it with a partner, but it's also strong enough to use alone and get the job done. I would say that it is comparable to the Vesper going on, but the shape and material are perhaps more comfortable than a small metal stick. It's also in a chic, satin bag and bag that looks like it might contain expensive sunglasses, or something.

That's all I have now, but I'm always looking for new suggestions. Do you have more to add to the basket now? Go ahead and share & # 39; em. It's a safe space – I've shown you mine, it's just right to show me yours.

—Ali Oshinsky

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