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Vibrators

HUSH Canada offers the largest online selection of quality female vibrators, on sale and at the lowest prices! Whether you desire clitoral, internal, or dual stimulation HUSH has a diverse range of female vibrators and intimate massagers to satisfy every curiosity and desire. HUSH Canada has everything from luxurious G-Spot vibrators and dual-sensation rabbit vibrators to phallic-shaped realistic vibrators. For clitoral pleasure, HUSH offers the best discreet and sensual massagers, classic bullet or egg vibrators and finger vibes.  At HUSH Canada all orders are discreetly packaged and quickly delivered to your door free of charge!

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VIBRATORS ARTICLE

Generating a buzz for some time, vibrators have gained much recognition over the years in the adult toy industry. Whether you’re new to using a vibrator, are curious about how one may enhance your sex life, or are just interested in gaining some knowledge about them, a little sleuthing will lay the foundation for you to discover the types out there and, ultimately, what kind of vibrator is ideal for you. So put on your tweed jacket and grab your magnifying glass, as we embark on an investigation into the world of vibrators.

For now, let's take a quick jump back in time to the 1970s for a history lesson on one of the first vibrators released in the North American market: The Hitachi Wand Magic Massager. You can leave your magnifying glass in present time for this one, as it isn't small! With high RPMs, the Hitachi Wand was originally used as a massager strictly for the non-erogenous zones of the body, but people soon discovered that massaging other unplanned-for areas of the body worked just as well, if not better.

And now I invite you to come back to the present for a brief discussion on the vibrators of today's world. Over time, vibrators have become much more mainstream and accepted by the public and have evolved in all sorts of ways; from size, shape and texture, to purpose and the area of the body it's designed for. When it comes to vibrators nowadays, there are no limits.

While some may feel uncomfortable or embarrassed when purchasing a vibrator, the original taboo of buying sex toys has diminished greatly, as more and more consumers realize that vibrators are healthy and helpful additions to your sex life. In fact, sex therapists often recommend the use of vibrators to clients, including women who have difficulty reaching orgasm through intercourse or masturbation. In addition, vibrators used by couples during intercourse, such as vibrating cock rings or the We-Vibe 3, are specifically designed to pleasure both parties and have the positive result of improving the connection of sexual relationships.

Now, with the basic knowledge about vibrators that you’ve just acquired, we can conduct some further detective work. Let's go undercover to investigate the various types of vibrators and perhaps discover which one is the key to solving your amorous mystery:

Clitoral: As suggested by the name, this type of massager targets the clitoris, providing pleasure and enhancing orgasm. Sometimes sold as massagers, like the Hitachi Magic Wand or AcuVibe, the shape and size of the clitoral vibrator has also evolved into a variety of smaller shapes and sizes, including the vibrating egg, pocket rocket and power bullet. In addition, these vibrators can be “undercover”—as we are right now—and discreetly camouflaged in the shape of a lipstick or mascara container. Some clitoral vibes are remote control wired and others are wireless, like the eggs and bullets.

Slimline: An ideal choice for those who are new to using internal vibrators, the slimline is well-recognized and has been used numerous times in television and movies. A classic vibrator mold for over 50 years, slimlines are slender, hygienic and easy to clean, as they are most often made of hard plastic or metal.

G-spot: An elusive spot of the body, often sought by both male and female explorers, the G-spot can be challenging to find. Enter vibrators cleverly designed to make the discovery of this treasure easier! Shaped similarly to the slimline vibrator, but with a curve at the tip designed to stimulate the G-spot or internal orgasms, these vibrators—next to clitoral vibrators—are the most common. Often made of jelly materials or silicone, they are bendy, yet firm and aim to please. A good option to try for a G-spot vibrator is the Lelo Gigi as it's very hygienic, made from medical grade silicone and has a nice curve to it.

Realistic-shaped: Aimed and shaped to look like a penis, these vibrators can be made from a variety of materials, such as plastic, jelly, medical grade silicone, or metal—which are safer, hypo-allergenic options when compared to vinyl or latex. Dildo shaped vibrators can be used for vaginal, anal and oral penetration and can be used with a partner or individually. With many options when it comes to texture, color and material, realistic-shaped dildos are popular among consumers and a good option to try is the Fun Factory Big Boss.

Anal: As the name suggests, anal vibrators stimulate the anus and come in a variety of shapes and styles. Lubrication is highly recommended with anal vibes, as the anus does not naturally produce lubrication. Anal vibrators include butt plugs which are used for a variety of reasons, including a feeling of 'fullness' and added stimulation. There are also anal probes, which are designed to vibrate and slide, providing a good starting point for those new to anal play, as they are smaller than butt plugs. Another viable option for beginners are anal balls or beads, as you can gradually work your way up in the size of balls/beads and they vibrate, adding stimulation.

Rabbit or Dual Area: Rabbit vibrators are known for their dual stimulation; internally (G-spot) and externally (clitoris), which is what makes them so popular. Some women find rabbits a little too intense, while others simply adjust the intensity levels to their liking with a click of a button, a feature found in many dual area products. Some popular options are the Lelo Soraya, made of medical grade silicone or the couple's vibrator, the We-Vibe 3.

Triple area: Designed to hit three erogenous zones on the female body, triple area vibrators target the clitoral, G-spot and anal regions. If you're looking for intensity, you've found it with this style of vibe. Look to the Venus Butterfly, as its clever curve stimulates the G-spot, the antennae and head arouse the clitoris and the bendable tail teases the anus.

Mission Almost Accomplished…

So sleuths, this concludes our brief description of the types of vibrators available and designed to arouse the various hot-spots in both female and male bodies. Now that you have a greater awareness of your options, the final and most important piece of detective work is up to you. Remember to set a goal for the type of pleasure you’re looking for, choose how discreet you want to be, consider the areas you are willing to explore, and open yourself up to the possibilities. The fun can be endless, the color varieties and shapes numerous—and no tweed jacket and magnifying glass is required to solve your most erotic desires.

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