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Female Masterbators

Female Masterbators

Female masturbation involves self-stimulation of the clitoris and vagina. It can be done with hands, sex toys, or other objects and is often accompanied by arousal and orgasm.

It’s a healthy sexual behaviour and is not associated with mental health problems. Feminist and LGBTQ-centered sex stores stock a wide selection of female masterbators that cater to women’s sensual needs.

1. Lelo Ora 3

Unlike other oral vibrators, this gorgeous little ring-looking toy actually rotates instead female masterbators of just vibrating. It simulates the sensation of licking your lips and kissing, with fast flicks and seductive swirls that will drive you to your climax.

It’s made with high-quality silicone and ABS plastic, which feels silky smooth against the skin. While it’s not as smooth as the Lelo Luxe, it’s still incredibly soft and comfortable. The toy is a bit more pricey than some other oral vibrators, but it’s also very high quality and feels luxurious.

The Ora 3 has twelve pleasure settings that you can cycle through by pressing the + and – buttons simultaneously. Its SenseTouch technology increases the vibration intensity the harder you press down. You can also use it as a robotic finger, or combine it with other vibes to double the fun.

The Ora 3 is fully waterproof and comes with a USB charger so you can take it in the shower or bath. It’s also easy to clean, with a removable silicone sleeve that you can slip off and wash in the sink. It’s best used with a water-based lube for easy and safe play. It’s also available in a variety of colors and finishes to suit your taste. It even comes in a beautiful signature box for a memorable gift.

2. Finger vibrators

Finger vibrators are a great addition to masturbation because they offer precise, rumbly stimulation and are super discreet. They’re also super flexible and nimble, making them an excellent choice for penetrative sex like anal play, and for couples who want to stimulate erogenous zones together.

Most finger vibes have a ring that slips on your finger and can be held between two fingers, but some are more flexible and can fit any finger. They’re usually made from a soft material, like Women’s Masters Manufacturers silicone, so they feel natural and comfortable. They’re also easy to clean and body-safe, so you can use them with your favorite anal lube or tease the nipples or perineum (if your toy is designed for that!).

A lot of finger vibes have an angled tip to help you direct the vibrations right where you want them. This Ohmibod finger vibrator, for example, has a loop that lets you insert two fingers so the toy rests comfortably in your palm. It also has a curved tip to help you stimulate your G-spot. This toy is quiet and discreet, too, and has a lot of settings for different types of stimulation. It’s also affordable, so it’s a good first toy for anyone who wants to try out finger play.

3. Je Joue Mimi

With a thud-thud-thud vibration that starts soft and climbs, Mimi is a pocket-sized vibrator from sex-positive brand Je Joue. With flashy metal push-button controls and a clever magnetic charger, this toy delivers powerful yet discreet vibrations. Its smooth silicone outer layer squishes against the skin for an organic feel, and its small size makes it perfect to use externally or during partner play.

This toy has 5 vibration intensities and 7 patterns to explore, making it a great option for those who want to experiment with their pleasure. Its motor has a low frequency that offers that signature Je Joue low-rumble and is perfect for clitoral stimulation.

The curved shape is a great fit in the palm and feels comfortable against the skin. Use it to stimulate the clitoral and labia, or transfer the vibrations with your fingers — especially when you add a lick of lube! You can also try using it flat on the genitals for wider stimulation of the vulva. It’s easy to recharge with the magnetic USB port, and when it is charging the button lights will flash.

Mimi’s control interface is simple and intuitive: two large metal buttons, (+) and (-), which also double as the charging magnets. The middle button cycles through the 6 pulsation patterns. The toy is completely waterproof and can be used in the shower. After a session, Mimi can be rinsed clean with antibacterial soap and water, and wiped dry with a soft cloth.

4. Pom

Masturbation is the self-stimulation of the genitals and the clitoris, which leads to orgasm (known as ‘climax’). Females masturbate using their hands, with a vibrator, by rubbing their clitoris against objects, and in other ways. The road to climax can take several minutes and it is possible for women to reach it without sex with a partner.

In the eighteenth century, anti-masturbation discourses depicted female masturbaters as a dangerous departure from a naturalised virtuous norm. They portrayed a woman in the act of masturbation as a passionate seductress, or a hedonistic slut. This close analysis of Onania Examined and Onania Detected reveals that these portrayals were not just a rejection of traditional misogyny, but incorporated old anxieties into a new paradigm.

The new paradigm represented an attempt to address a crisis of patriarchal power. Female masturbation was seen as a threat to feminine virtue, as it encroached on masculine space and challenged the authority of male morals. However, the anxieties that accompanied masturbation also formed part of a larger cultural shift towards a more positive view of femininity. This meant that a woman could be both hedonistic and morally pure, in a world where women were innately predisposed to sexual sin. This tension was woven into the voyeuristic depictions of female onanists on which men were encouraged to linger, and the nauseous warnings that masturbation was a dangerous path for all women to follow.


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