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The basic rabbit vibrator is almost deceptively simple. A long, thick shaft meant to be inserted in the body vibrates while “rabbit ears” sit on the outside of the body against the clitoris. These ears add another layer of sensation designed to bring you to orgasm in a powerful way. Because so many women require more than penetrative sex to get off, the clitoris is never a part of the body you want to forget. But tapping the g-spot also creates powerful sensations and orgasms for many women. The rabbit vibrator gives you the best of both worlds.
Over the years rabbit vibrators have evolved. Regardless of how it looks, it’s now a catch-all term for any vibrator that offers internal g-spot stimulation and external clitoral stimulation at the same time. The rabbit part is sometimes a butterfly, tongue, or solid clitoral stimulator. The point is the same, regardless of design – vibrations, pulsations, and escalations on both the inside and outside of the body. Some sex toy companies have taken the rabbit vibrator design a step further and added a third option for anal penetration making them a double penetration toy, as well. What this is means is that you’ve got plenty of choices when you’re ready to buy a rabbit vibrator.FAQs About Rabbit Vibrators
What sets one rabbit vibrator apart from another? Don’t they all vibrate?
Each type of rabbit vibrator is a little different from all the others. If you’re looking for something more exciting, plenty of options include a thrusting or rotation setting to add to the vibrations. You can also choose different designs and materials the vibrator is made of for a different sensory experience.
How do I use a rabbit vibrator?
Rabbit vibrators can look a little intimidating the first time you use one. The easiest way is to get yourself aroused and wet before you attempt penetration. You can use the longer shaft (the g-spot vibrator) against your clitoris to warm yourself up, or you can use a lubricant. Once you’re wet enough, ease the larger shaft into your body. Now adjust it until the rabbit ears touch your clitoris. After that, it’s a matter of finding the setting that you like best.
What kind of lube should I use with a rabbit vibrator?
The type of lube you need will depend on what material your rabbit vibrator is made from. Silicone, TPR/TPE, and PVC materials require a water-based lubricant. If the manufacturer indicates it’s safe to use a hybrid or silicone based lube, use that if you prefer.
How can I use a rabbit vibrator with a partner?
There are several ways to use your vibe outside of solo sex. Let your partner control the settings while it’s on. Masturbate for your partner so they can watch you. Masturbate together so you both get off together. Use it as an option for double penetration if you enjoy anal sex with your partner.
I need both clitoral and g-spot stimulation to get off, but I didn’t like the last rabbit vibrator I bought. Is there something wrong with me?
Absolutely not! Not every sex toy – rabbit vibrator or otherwise – works the same for everyone. Finding the right toy requires a bit of experimentation. Think about what you didn’t enjoy – material, position, curvature, texture, etc. – and look for a rabbit vibrator that is different from the first one you tried.
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