Vibes or the Real thing

Vibes or the Real thing

sweetpea12 sweetpea12
I have been using vibrators for a really really long time, and I worry that the more sex I have with vibrators the less I'll want to have sex with a partner. Only because the real thing doesn't feel like a vibrator. Do you think vibrators can desensitize you from real intercourse?
02/18/2012
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Ghost Ghost
You know, to be honest, I prefer masturbation to partnered sex most of the time: it's less hassle, it's easier, and it's to the point. However, my use of vibrators has not desensitized me in any way. If anything, it's made me more receptive and my vulva starts to "perk up" when I think about masturbation.
02/18/2012
Roz W Roz W
Trufact: most women don't orgasm from intercourse alone. Something to think about is that you can use vibrators with a partner -- they can watch you "warm up" or get off, or you can use them during some acts (and not just the kind that are designed to be inserted during sex. You can use them around your vulva while you have someone inside you, or to make their genitals vibrate slightly, or insert into one partner's butt if they're into that).

There's no one kind of sex that's the "real thing."
02/18/2012
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