You may already be familiar with Mötley Crüe’s rock song Dr. Feel Good, but here’s the news: the doctor really is in. The infamous metal band now has a vibrator on the market for sale.
And so, not only can you now listen to those hard-hitting harmonies to raise your spirits, but you can also use some plastic with a bit of good old electricity.
Here’s the scoop: Motley Crue’s vibrators are manufactured by a company called Lovehoney and they come in mid and mini sizes in a variety of colors including black, silver, pink and gold.
The best thing for consumers about these gadgets is that they are bringing even more of what’s good for our health to the buyer: sexual satisfaction.
An article on psychologytoday.com states that, “In (one) study, compared with women who never used vibrators, those who did reported greater likelihood of orgasm, greater sexual desire, easier arousal, more self-lubrication (meaning less discomfort during intercourse), and equal or better sexual satisfaction.”
So there you have it. Vibrators do bring good sex. And if you’re not comfortable with the idea of something unnatural with you or your partner between the sheets, rest assured. It probably doesn’t indicate that something is wrong with the woman’s body or that you’re not romantically linked in a good way. The author of the article, Michael Castleman, points out that some women just need more intense stimulation than fingers or a tongue can provide, in order to orgasm.
In fact, a 1999 report in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that up to 25 percent of women have difficulty having orgasms, or can’t have them at all without extra aids and three-quarters of women need direct clitoral stimulation from fingers, a tongue, a vibrator, or something else to orgasm.
Feeling shy? Here’s another encouraging stat: menshealth.com has stated that a study published by Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy in 2010 showed that most women who use vibrators say their partners know about it and like it.
For those who still find themselves on the fence, some experts break it down into steps. First off, if your girlfriend or wife uses a vibrator, experts encourage partners to let their women know that they like the fact that they do, if that’s how they feel. This can open up communication.
“Even if the vibrator looks phallic that doesn’t mean that inserting it is the only way to go,” menshealth.com states. “You or she can hold it against her clitoris during intercourse (rear entry and woman on top work particularly well for this) or you might use it as part of foreplay.”
Sex experts also advise that partners invite the tool into the bed, where it can be used together.
So, no worries, guys, or gals. Your partner still adores you: she’s just looking to add even more pleasure.
These puppies are designed to enhance pleasure for both partners in a heterosexual couple. The vibration on each of these toys stimulates the base of the penis as well as her clitoris.
You’d think Mötley Crüe would be all over that: now that’s win-win!