A Beginner’s Guide to Rabbits (The Sex Toy!)
May 22,2022 | RodriguezGloria
The most effective way for most women to reach orgasm is through a combination of G-spot and clitoral stimulation which is exactly why rabbit vibrators are one of the most popular sex toys.
If you’re new to the world of vibrators or just haven’t experienced the rabbit yet, then let us be the ones to introduce you.
What Is A Rabbit Vibrator?
The rabbit vibrator is a dual-stimulating sex toy. It features an insertable phallic shaped shaft for internal stimulation and an extended “arm”- a smaller shaft, often (but not always)shaped like rabbit ears.
How Does A Rabbit Vibrator Work?
The insertable shaft of the rabbit is usually designed in such a way as to bring vibration directly to the G-spot. The external shaft curves upwards to sit on/around the clitoris, stimulating your most sensitive area with different intensities and patterns of vibration.
Some rabbit vibrators will have dual controls meaning you can control the internal and external stimulations separately. You can also find rabbit sex toys with a rotating shaft. If you want a more realistic penetrative sex experience with a toy, thrusting rabbit vibrators are also available.
How to Use a Rabbit Vibrator
You might be excited to jump into bed with your bunny, but take it slow. Test out the power of the vibration settings in your hand first so you know what to expect. Then, add some water-based lubricant (water-based is less likely to upset your natural pH level) to yourself and the shaft.
Allow yourself to get used to the shaft and find a comfortable position before you turn it on. When you do, start with the lowest first, and then you can work your way through the settings.
When you’re ready, get the ears fluttering. You can mix up the settings, separately or together to find what feels good for you.
Cleaning and Care for Rabbit Vibrators
If you want your toy to last, you definitely need to clean and care for it properly. Plus, it’s also good for your sexual wellness.
Fortunately, it’s not as much of a chore as doing dishes or vacuuming — you just need to wash it with warm water and soap, then store it somewhere out of the elements, like your dresser or nightstand drawer.