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Types of Women Sex Toys
Sex toys for women can be generally categorized into penetrative and non-penetrative toys. Penetrative sex toy refers to toys that are designed to be placed into the vagina for sexual arouse. And non-penetrative sex toy takes different forms and shapes to induce arouse by stimulating the clitoral, the nipple or other parts of the body.
Vibrators are one of the most recognizable sex toys for women. This toy can be used to stimulate the clitoral or to penetrate. Some vibrators are designed to be discreet while some are designed for travel.
Other than a more traditional approach with vibrations only, some vibrators now have thrusting feature. By retracting and elongating back-and-fourth, thrusting vibrators better simulate penetrative sex.
On the other hand, rabbit vibrators are known to have a second "stem" that stimulate the clitoris while the main "stem" penetrates the vagina. This allows both areas to be stimulated together.
Clitoral stimulators are used to, unsurprisingly, stimulate the clitoris. These stimulators are typically much smaller and less phallic-shaped.
Stimulators for the clits come in various forms, including the better-known bullet vibrators and egg vibrators. But there are also different ways to use them such as wearing on a finger or wore as a vibrating panty.
Ben Wa Balls
Ben Wa Balls, also known as orgasm balls, rin-no-tama, Venus balls or Geisha balls, are used by inserting into the vagina to improve pelvic floor muscles. Much like weights during other exercises, Ben Wa Balls are the weights for pelvic floor muscles.
Kegel Balls stimulate the anterior vaginal wall, which is full of sensitive nerve endings.
Dilators are used in various scenarios, including after radiation therapy, after vaginal reconstruction, after menopause or cancer treatment. to create a vagina for young women born without one and to treat fear of vaginal penetration.
The use of dilators in these occasions helps in keeping the vagina deep and wide after surgical processes or loosening the vaginal muscles.
Often confused with vibrators, massagers are not designed for penetration but also share the vibrating function of vibrators.
When choosing a massager, the main criteria to choose from include: power, quietness, cord or cordless, waterproof or not, and discreet looking or not.