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Do women REALLY masturbate with dildos and vibrators, or is that just a male fancy fuelled by porn?

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Of course women use dildos, why wouldn't they? It's just that lots of them are too shy to come clean.

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Pay attention, we want to examine the masturbatory practices of women who, as a rule, aren't that vocal about their closed-door habits.

This is peculiar, bearing in mind that unlike male masturbation, the opposite sex really considers female masturbation highly erotic.

CHEEKY GIRL, WARRINGTON, SAYS
I don't use vibrators, I prefer to use my fingers to stimulate my clitoris. That said, I do like penetration and will regularly use a dildo... in my case I have a pretty large assortment of glass dildos that I absolutely LOVE. Best kind of dildo, EVER. Cheeky Girl (37) Warrington. Click to visit my page.

Do women really use dildos and vibrators?

Do women really enjoy spending money? Do women really enjoy having sex? Of course.

The majority of women masturbate by stimulating the clit, typically with a vibrator (on the outside) or they use their fingers. Naturally, a lot of women prefer to be penetrated by a dildo - or some other suitable object - at the same time as rubbing the clitoris but, and here's the kicker, generally women do not orgasm through penetration alone.

KAY (53) LONDON, SAYS
As with the majority of questions starting like that. The answer is often that some do, and some don't. As for myself, I use dildos as my principal method of masturbation. Every so often there's a bullet vibe on my clit, and sometimes there isn't, it just depends on my mood at the time.

So yes fellas, women do masturbate with dildos, it isn't only a male fantasy!

Sex toys absolutely definitely add to my sexual pleasure. Porn featuring women masturbating with and without a partner is easily accessible and for the most part men who are focused more on their partners' pleasure and aren't intimidated by an additional phallus in the equation are not just okay with it, but will learn how to employ the 'spare member' in lovemaking. Kay (53) London. Click to go to my page.

GEOFF, HALIFAX, SAYS
As I'm not supple enough to penetrate a lady while performing oral sex, or if she wants to be double-penetrated without revealing her fetish to another person it keeps things exciting for her, since the trust is easy to preserve. A few may disagree this is the gateway to a three-way, but I believe that is a separate debate. Geoff, Halifax

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Do Women Use Dildos and Vibrators?

Yes, they do. There's an overlapping market for dildos and vibrators, with some choosing one over the other, but many women are quite happy to use whichever.

There are always exceptions to the rule of course, Jayne from Southport said:
"I detest vibrators. I favour masturbating with slight pressure, or with penetration. Honestly, my clitoris is far too sensitive for direct stimulation, and I find vibrators annoying, like being persistently tickled. And for me, clitoral stimulation during vaginal sex off-putting. I'm one of the minority of women who orgasms from penetration only."

MARIA, LEICESTERSHIRE, SAYS
I use a tiny vibrator on my clit, but will every so often dip it or a finger into my vagina. The sensation of squeezing something inside is a turn-on and often helps me achieve an orgasm. Maria, Leicestershire. Click to go to my page.

GIOLLA (49) SOUTHAMPTON, SAYS
I think it all depends on the woman, but I do use a dildo. As a rule my masturbation has to do with rubbing or squeezing my clit and vulva, and truthfully I like the feeling of shoving something in my pussy when I'm masturbating. Very occasionally, when I've felt the need, I've used a cucumber, but that is quite rare! As for vibrators, yes I've tried them but quite frankly I like the less-intense, drawn out level of stimulation I get from controlled finger work! Giolla, Southampton UK. Click to go to my page.

Incidentally, the more sexually
open-minded a women is the more
fun she's likely to be in bed.

Here are some hard stats for you:

47% of women between 18 and 60 have used a sex toy.
51% were in their 20s when they first tried a sex toy.
35% of women say they masturbate at least once a week.
Of those women, 54% use a sex toy.
Women who masturbate tend to have higher self-esteem than women who don't.
28% of adults around the world have used sex toys during sex.
23% of men have used a vibrator.
77% of women who use or have used a sex toy are in a relationship.

Women who use sex toys experience
more frequent orgasms and greater
sexual satisfaction than women
who don't.

GARTHE, SWANSEA, SAY
I'm not one of those guys who are frightened by a ten inch shimmering vibrator that can break dance. I embrace sex aids in the bedroom as eagerly as I'd encourage a gorgeous second female to join in the action. If some kind of sex aid is doing all the work by stimulating her, then I don't have to worry about hitting the g-spot or if she will climax. If she's using a vibrator, she'll cum all right, and probably several times. Gareth, Swansea

More hard stats. Crazy shit you didn't know about sex toys

The Midlands buys more anal toys per head of population than any other UK county. Could this mean that women in the Midlands are making a conscious effort to protect their vaginal virginity through anal sex? No, we did't think so either!

Scotland buys the most sex toys per head of population across the UK nations. This is a no brainer. It's chuffing cold up there. What else are you going to do on a freezing cold evening but play with toys!

Vibrating rings, lube and dildos are scarcely scandalous stuff any longer. Hell, sexual gratification products are sold next to vitamins these days.

8 little-known facts

First, dildos were used to medically treat 'hysterical' women and euphemistically sold as massagers. After a while, dildos became acceptable - although rarely bought as items for pleasure. In fact, it wasn't until the 1990s that people in the mainstream spoke about sex toys publically. However, these days there's a massive selection to choose from and they're very easy to pick up off the shelf right next to the condoms and lube. Just how it should be.

The worldwide sex toy industry is worth millions each year, with 22.2% of sales being vibrators and 18% being dildos. Fifty percent of women start using sex toys in their 20s. Fourteen percent of women use a sex toy at least once a week to masturbate and, because we know you were wondering, the UK is the No. 1 as far as vibrator ownership goes. Thirty-five percent of Brits have at least one in their possession. Whereas only 1% of women in the 1970s used sex toys, roughly 57% do now.

1. Sex toys are for everybody, not just lonely single people. One of the most unhelpful myths about sex toys is that they're just for single, or 'lonely' people who have no choice but to use something with a battery. Wrong. People of all relationship types use sex toys. In truth, 81% of women who use them are in a relationship. They're also not just for straight women. There are plenty of toys out there for same-sex couples, as well as toys for men.

2. Sex toys make good sex lives even better, not worse. A further malicious rap and obsolete view is that sex toys are only for those whose sex lives are wanting. Wrong again. Women who use vibrators are more likely to experience higher levels of desire, arousal, lubrication, and orgasm.

Furthermore, enjoying sex solo with a vibrator - or other substitute toy - doesn't change the chances of enjoying sex with another person. Sex toys improve, not wreck sex with a partner.

3. Some women actually 'need' them. Getting a woman to orgasm, as women have orgasms only 59% of the time, is also a significant consideration. We found that a whopping 78% of women don't climax during sex without the aid of a toy or manual stimulation. 10-17% of women never achieve orgasm at all.

Toys, similar to vibrators can change that. Most women will be able to have their first orgasm thanks to the unwavering buzzing of their new toy. Although the female orgasm doesn't provide an evolutionary rationale quite like the male orgasm, it does have benefits that all women need, on top of feeling good, of course.

Orgasms are great for anxiety and depression. Orgasms allow women to have control over their own pleasure. And whilst all sex toys are made to augment the already pleasuring experience, certain products really go above in the beyond the call of duty for women's orgasms. Case in point: We've seen the introduction of the very first strap-free, hands-free vibrator which can be worn during vaginal intercourse for the utmost clitoral stimulation.

Thanks to one small device, the wearer can focus on sex with her partner without giving up the chance for enhanced pleasure.

4. Sex toys are sexual enhancers. We've seen the unveiling of the world's first gender-neutral sex toy, (the Transformer). Although we're not convinced that it's truly the first toy that can be used by both sexes.

The majority of sex toys can be used by either gender. Dildos, clamps, anal plugs, restraints, whips, vibrators, paddles, ropes, blindfolds and electro-stimulation toys are all strictly speaking gender neutral.

There are loads of toys readily available which are designed to be used together. The flexibility of such gender-neutral toys can encourage originality. You can have fun playing with different configurations and get creative with the Transformer. It can add a factor of freshness that most sexual relationships are truly lacking.

5. Being comfortable about sex toys helps you to talk about sex. For a small number of people, the very mention of sex toys can make them erupt in an uncomfortable giggle, as if you're 16 again. However, bringing sex toys into a conversation, in spite of the initial giggles they may cause, can lessen any guilt or embarrassment about sex toys and what you might want to do with them! If you've ever been to a sex toy party, you've most likely experienced what we're talking about.

6. Sex toys and sexual dysfunction. As well as helping to make sex even better, sex toys can also help where there is dysfunction. Women suffering from anorgasmia, for example, when they can't reach orgasm despite ample sexual stimulation, have been shown to greatly benefit from the use of vibrators and relaxing toys like stimulation feathers and massage oils. Sex toys can also help a man climax even though he may be unable to achieve an erection. As men age and their parts just aren't working the way they used to, toys can become an essential part of sex.

7. Sex toys can shift the focus in the bedroom for the better. Sex toys not only assist women obtain more pleasure from sex, but they also can help relieve some of the self-consciousness women may bring into the bedroom, including insecurities about their bodies.

One ideal illustration: blindfolds.
It's even better for the ladies to blindfold their men, since that gives women more confidence. So many women have told us that once they blindfold their partner, they can do things and say things. They're 10 times bolder than they've ever been. It liberates them.

8. No need to be anxious, there's a sex toy for everybody. If you take pleasure in anal play, then butt plugs and anal beads are great choices. If you're more into BDSM role-play, then floggers and handcuffs are unquestionably for you. There's even a vibrator, the 'We-Vibe 4', that you can control with an app on your phone so your partner can get you off even if they're on the other side of the world!

And if you want to start simple, the tiny 'Silver Bullet' is a popular choice. And the greatest part about buying a sex toy? You're on a website with others that are just as curious as you.

For the newbies, it may seem like a distressing experience, because each person has their own set of fears and insecurities when it comes to sex. But no matter what those fears are, they can be shelved long enough to permit yourself the opening to see what sex toys are out there and how your own sex life may be improved.

The only way you know what you like is if you start and experiment. Finding the right sex toy might be a trial and error process at first, but once you find the one that fits your needs, your internal kink, and gets you off, then you've secured a buddy for life.

Plus, after a few orgasms, any hang-ups about sex toys you may have had will be long gone.

Women's thoughts on the most intimate accessories of all - who uses sex toys, and why?

It's not just a handful of a certain kind of women hiding sex toys under their beds. No, it's a mainstream movement and it spans the entire country. Back in 2009, women started spending millions of pounds at 'secret' suburban parties which were like Tupperware parties but for sex toys!

So, why do so many women turn to battery-powered sex-buddies?

In a XXX Sex Contacts 2016 poll, 57% of women who use a vibrator or other sex-prop said sex toys satisfy them when they aren't in a relationship. Caroline (32) from Epsom said: “Mine gives me an incredible sexual experience and stops me from being tempted to sleep with anything that has a pulse".

But it's not only single ladies who are using them:
42% of poll takers who use vibrators said sex toys spice things up with a partner. Charlotte (28) from South London said: “Toys add a further dimension to my sex life, or else sex can turn unexciting and boring in that it becomes a sort of been there done that and I'm not terribly excited about doing it again thank you, sort of thing.”

Maybe amazingly, only 12 percent of sex toy users said they turn to vibrators and other devices for an easier orgasm. For those who do struggle to climax, women say that a vibe can help. When a woman uses a sex toy alone, she learns how it's easiest for her to orgasm, without worrying about pleasing her partner.

'Magic Wands' and 'Rabbits', Oh my!

There's so much choice available, so if you're a newbie, here's our Sex Toy 101:

Vibrators come in a variety of shapes and sizes and can provide vaginal or clitoral massage; those shaped like penises and designed for internal penetration are called dildos.

It's all about personal preference. Some women like external stimulation from a vibe like a 'Layaspot'. Others prefer G-spot attention or just that filled up feeling from a dildo. And then there are women who need both to get to their happy place, which you'll find in something like the 'Rabbit.'

No doubt, shopping for a sex toy for the first time can be off-putting. Of the women we surveyed, who don't use sex toys; the top reason given was because they were too embarrassed. If the thought of buying a sex toy in person stresses you out, just make your purchase online and everything will be much less blush-inducing.

The tougher conversation may be with your partner. Some women say it's not always an easy talk to have. Some men are into sex toys, and some just aren't.

Here's to satisfied women

Of course, sex toys aren't for everyone. Vibrators can feel unnatural, plus too much vibration can actually hurt some women. And 21 percent of women we polled, who don't use sex toys, said that the sex they have is already incredible without a vibrator, so mess with success? Fair enough.

Basically, for some women, no matter how good sex toys are, they'll never get the full satisfaction they experience with the real thing. Still, many women are such converts that they'll never, ever, ever give up their sex toys.

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Sex Toys And Women Who Love Them

The oldest known sex toy is thousands of years old, yet it took generations for us to feel comfortable talking about them as the conversation surrounding sex toys is frequently filled with misconceptions, stereotypes and feelings of uneasiness.

But that era is long over. So as an alternative to giggling at the talk of cock-rings and Rabbits, use our titbits to start open and honest conversations. There's nothing to be uncomfortable about these days.

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