Do you confused that your girlfriend wants you to use her vibrator together? If you need to bring sex toys into our bedroom, then isn’t that a sign that something in the relationship needs fixing? The fact that your girlfriend has vibrators does not mean that there is anything wrong with your sexual relationship. Research shows that 52% of women use vibrators, alone or with a partner, and that those women are more sexually satisfied. In theory, that should be good for your girlfriend and…Continue Reading “Sex Advice About Your Girlfriend’s Sex Toys”

  One hundred years ago, the vibrator was invented to relieve doctors, whose fingers were frequently cramped from treating “hysteria” in female patients. Afterwards, it became a popular household appliance to help women get off on their own—and wasn’t considered sex toys until the 1920s. “The first home appliance to be electrified was the sewing machine in 1889,” writes Rachel Maines in her groundbreaking work, The Technology of Orgasm: “Hysteria,” the Vibrator, and Women’s Satisfaction. According to Maines, the electric good vibrator was the fifth…Continue Reading “Doctors Created Sex Toys After Growing Tired of Masturbating ‘Hysterical’ Women”