How Women Really Feel About Vibrators
Looks like more ladies are trying out some good vibrations: Women are much more likely to buy a vibrator than they used to be, and they're especially interested in buying the newer, subtler-looking sex toys, according to a new survey published in the May 2014 issue of Good Housekeeping UK.
The magazine polled 100 women and even sent reader testers different options to try. It turns out the women preferred the smaller, subtler designs to the phallic-shaped options of vibrators past. In fact, 77 out of 100 women crowned a small pink pebble-shaped toy the winner. Overall, 90 percent of the women said they were more likely to buy a vibrator than they used to be, and 62 percent said they wouldn't be embarrassed to own of the of the "new-look" vibrators. We're sensing a pattern here—maybe most women weren't as open to sex toys in the past because of their massive and somewhat intimidating nature. Now that we have more options when it comes to shape, size, style, and satisfaction, we're much more likely to embrace them.
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We're loving that women have found toys that work for them and aren't afraid to share (the news, that is). Whether you're looking for something less intimidating or something more discreet for your nightstand, these 11 new sex toys will hit the spot…and then some.
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