Vibrators are a popular sex toy for women, helping them achieve orgasms easier and more often than with their fingers, tongues or other people’s genitals. We combed through studies, surveys and other data to find out how many women use vibrators, and whether they’re used alone or with their partners.

About 86% of Americans own at least one sex toy

It might seem surprising to learn that about 86% of Americans own at least one sex toy. But this number is actually quite normal. Over the past few years, it seems as though sexual taboos have shifted, and vibrators are now more common than ever. As a result, more and more people are buying vibrators online and in stores.

In addition to this, more and more people are using vibrators with their partners. This is partly because many people feel that using toys before, during and after sex can make their experiences more pleasurable. And of course, there are also many different types of vibrators to choose from, so there’s something for everyone.

Another reason why more and more people are using vibrators is because they can help bring on orgasms more quickly than natural arousal alone. Moreover, they can also increase orgasms during sex, making their experience more intense and exciting.

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However, it’s important to note that not all people use their vibrators in a safe and responsible manner. For example, some people don’t clean their vibrators before or after using them, and this can lead to infections. Fortunately, there are ways to prevent this from happening, such as using lubricant or cleaning your vibrator with warm water. In addition, some people use their vibrators for purposes other than sex, such as self-pleasure and relaxation.

About 81% of women with a vibrator say they wish they had bought one sooner

The popularity of vibrators has grown in recent years, thanks to a combination of factors. One is that many women discover them in their 20s and wish they had bought their first vibrator sooner. Another reason is that vibrators are safe and easy to use. They’re also available in a wide variety of shapes, sizes, and textures.

Some people are concerned that vibrators will cause side effects, but the truth is that they’re incredibly safe. In fact, most people who use vibrators report that they feel good and want to continue using them. Vibrators are especially popular among women who have a hard time orgasming through masturbation alone or with a partner.

Men also use vibrators, but the percentage varies by study. For example, a 2009 study found that 91.3% of women who used vibrators identified as heterosexual, while 2.5% identified as homosexual and 5.2% identified as bisexual. The percentage of men who used vibrators was lower, at 78.9%.

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Some people have even used a vibrator to help them leave an unhealthy relationship. However, it’s important to remember that there are a lot of reasons why people stay in unhealthy relationships, and a vibrator won’t necessarily make them better. Even if you do have a vibrator, it won’t help you get out of a bad relationship – but it could give you the pleasure you need to feel empowered and happy.

About 80% of women with a vibrator say they use a vibrator alone or with their partner

Interestingly, a lot of women report that they’ve begun to use vibrators with their partners. Vibrator-sharing can be a fun and sensual way to explore each other’s erogenous zones, whether they’re in the bedroom or beyond. It’s not just about lubrication either; using a vibrator to massage each other’s erogenous zones can be very satisfying, and can even lead to orgasm. Try stimulating erogenous zones like the neck, nipples, inner thighs, behind the ear, testicles, shaft, perineum—you get the idea.

In fact, a few women said they’d never had the desire to buy a vibrator until their sexual partners convinced them of their benefits. These respondents viewed their restrained need for a vibrator as a form of virtuous self-control, as they saw it as their partner’s job to pleasure them.

Regardless of who’s responsible for the introduction of vibrators into their lives, most women say they wish they had bought them sooner. And the trend seems to be continuing, with many women reporting that they’re now using their vibrators more than ever. Perhaps this is the result of pop culture making sex toys less and less taboo, as well as the COVID-19 pandemic boosting sex toy sales. But there’s also a growing interest in app-enabled vibrators that are easier to use than traditional models. These new types of vibrators are especially popular with millennials.

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About 80% of women with a vibrator say they’ve never cleaned their vibrator

Whether you’re a newbie or an experienced vibrator user, chances are that you have a few preferences when it comes to your pleasure tool. A recent Minna survey found that most women want their vibrators to be safe, easy to use, and powerful. They also prioritize body-safe materials and discreet designs. And finally, they want to be able to clean their vibrator easily.

Fortunately, cleaning your vibrator is a very simple process. You can either use a specially formulated sex toy cleaner, which is available in spray, foam, and wipe form, or you can just run your vibrator under some running water after every time you use it. Just be sure to dry it thoroughly.

Many people worry that their partner will be upset by the idea of them using a vibrator in the bedroom, but it seems that most partners don’t mind. In fact, a few women say that their partners have even encouraged them to use their vibrators together.

Overall, the majority of sex toy users are heterosexual women. However, younger Americans and married women are more likely to own a vibrator than single women or men. Additionally, people who identify as homosexual or bisexual are less likely to own a vibrator than their heterosexual counterparts. And finally, people who attend religious services more frequently are less likely to own a sex toy than those who don’t.