Dual-Action Vibrator


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Definition - What does Dual-Action Vibrator mean?

A dual action vibrator refers to a vibrating dildo that has been especially conceived for women. These can be used for masturbation or during foreplay with a partner. Alternatively, this vibrator is also used to stimulate various erogenous zones at the same time. These include the G-spot, vagina walls, clitoris and vaginal lips. To deliver varying intensities of pleasure, these vibrators normally come with different speeds and functions. While the majority of toys are require batteries, some are also cord-operated.

A dual-action vibrator may also be called a dual-stimulator.

Kinkly explains Dual-Action Vibrator

A dual-action vibrator may include a shaft for penetration and a smaller piece for more specific stimulation, such as for the clitoris. Different speed settings allow the user to experiment with different sensations and types of vibration. Dual-action vibrators can be made of a variety of substances, and many are also equipped with different textures. Some versions include a rotating shaft for G-spot and vaginal stimulation, and most include a vibrating clitoral stimulator. Yet other variations include more durable shafts for anal insertion.

Probably the best known dual action vibrator is the rabbit vibrator, made famous by its appearances in Sex and the City.

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