Vibrators. So much to talk about, so little time. Lily Tomlin and Jane Fonda brought them to prime time in Netflix’s Grace & Frankie. Those ladies made it okay to talk about vibrators, to laugh about vibrators – they made the whole subject seem a little less hush hush.
It still makes me giggle to think about Jane Fonda's character wearing a wrist brace the morning after she discovers a vibrator for the first time. It was funny, but it was also a pretty true-to-life representation of the power of the vibrator. They are so reliable that I often use the words “vibrator” and “orgasm” interchangeably. As roughly half of you know, there’s a compelling reason for that.
Interesting that statistically you’re more likely to own a vibrator if you’re married. Somewhere near half of married women own them actually, while it’s about 35%, if you’re single. Honestly, both of those numbers seem a little low, when you think about the benefits of a vibrator in the hands of someone who knows how to use it.
There really is a lot to talk about when it comes to vibrators. Their history is fascinating and we may as well discuss use and care and what to do with one when you travel while we're at it. But not today. This blog is dedicated to the question that should be asked before all others . . . Why do I need a vibrator? What do the haves know that the have nots don't?
Well, it should come as no surprise that the big draw is pleasure. And it's also no small thing to own the power of your own orgasms. And the orgasm gap virtually closes when a vibrator is in the mix and that’s true for singles and for couples.
So . . .
Did I have you at pleasure? Do you need more convincing? Or maybe you're already fully on board. Whatever your situation, here's a list of some of the pros and cons of vibrator ownership.