Sex-Positivity – Self-Love – Starting the Revolution
If you’re the type of lady who enjoys simultaneous penetration and clitoral stimulation (and really, who wouldn’t want the best of both worlds?), you might enjoy a combination, or Rabbit-style, vibe. These were popularized by Sex and the City, which apparently had an episode that revolved around the women’s experiences with the famous Rabbit Habit vibrator. I’ve never seen the episode, but people talk about it so much that I figured I’d reference it.
So what are combination vibrators? These vibes are shaped similarly to G-Spot vibrators, but they have an additional part that stays on the outside and provides clitoral stimulation while the insertable piece of the vibrator is inside. So basically, they do the work of two vibrators all at once.
Like G-Spot vibrators, they range between 6” and 10” long, with insertable parts of about 4” long and 1-1.5” thick. The clitoral attachments can range in style from pieces that are similar to bullets (that just provide simple vibrations) to pieces that are more textured like finger-vibes to the famous Rabbit attachment, which is shaped like a bunny and has ears that flutter to stimulate the clitoris.
The Rabbit Habit, the most famous combination vibrator, is extra-special because of its additional features. It doesn’t just have a shaft for G-Spot stimulation and the little bunny friend for clitoral stimulation. Oh no. The shaft also rotates on its own to provide additional internal stimulation, and the shaft has little beads (or “pearls”) in the base that move around to stimulate the vaginal opening. Who could ask for anything more?
Other examples of combination vibrators include the Lelo Ina (an expensive, silicone and plastic model that’s rechargeable and has very intense vibrations), the Pleasurizer Vibe (a cheaper model made of thermo-plastic rubber that requires batteries, and which has a textured piece for the clitoris), and the Paulina Vibe (a rechargeable bumpy and ridged model made of waterproof silicone).
Lube is very useful with combination vibrators, especially when using versions like the Rabbit Habit, which will spin and move more easily inside you if you’ve applied lube beforehand. Turning it on before insertion can also be helpful, since turning it on once you’ve already inserted it can be a little bit uncomfortable and even slightly surprising! Once you’re used to the sensations of the vibrator, though, it’s quite simple to use. After all, if you position it right, you don’t really have to do much extra work when using a combination vibrator.
So GET TO IT! Check back next week for information about vibrators that are specifically built to be used during penetrative partnersex.