Vibrators believe it or not were believed to be started by Salpetriere hospital in Paris in 1878. Created by Roman Vigouroux as the inventory. However an early model was created by English physician and inventor Joseph Moritmer Granville. The electric vibrator was first invented in the late 19th century as a medical instrument for pain relief, and the treatment of various ailments.
They use to be used to treat functional disorder and organic disease including pain relief and the treatment of neuralgia, and neurasthenia. They even were used back in this day to treat hysteria, arthritis, constipation, inflammations, and tumors. Oh wow. Right?
Well were not here to give you a full history lesson on Vibrating dildos, or vibrators but we thought this tidbit of information was very neat, and we wanted to share it with you. What your probably wanting to know is how can these beauty's be used for sexual pleasure. Well were going to tell you.
Vibrators use electric motors and are used to help pleasure the vagina or anal in a woman, or anal area of a man. Yes the vibrator is a very popular sex toy for men.
Vibrators are in very different shape and sizes, and come in so many various styles that it could make your own head spin. Make sure you do your research to get the vibrator that is going to be the very best use for yourself if you are using for masturbation, or to use it with your partner.
Dildo shaped vibrators are the best for anal penetration, why egg or bullet vibrators are great for clitoral or penile simulations. Vibrators are great for the G Spot, and prostate stimulations.
Butterfly Vibrators are great they get strapped around legs and waist for hands free clitoral stimulation during sexual intercourse. They can come in 3 various variations. Then there are also vibrating cock rings too.
There are dual area vibrators, and they can stimulate two erogenous zones simultaneously or independently.
Pocket Rocket vibrators are also very popular. They can stimulate not only the clitoris but the nipples as well. They are not usually used for vaginal insertion.