Vibrators, Sensitivity, & “Vibrator Addiction”

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  1. Lilly says:

    “If you use one toy, on the same setting, in the same manner, every single time, your body gets conditioned to respond to those one or two uniform methods.”

    I might be a person who breaks this rule, but I’m even cautious to say that that much is true. I have gone months with using only my Tango, only in a certain way, on the same setting for every session and then was still able to easily get off with another vibrator once I finally got one to review that didn’t suck. I think some people could be more sensitive to a rut, though.

    I feel absolutely 100% certain that vibrators have made me more sensitive over time.

    • Smash Cache says:

      That’s a very good point! I’ll edit the post to add that.

      I guess it’s not so much that doing something the same way every time causes problems, but that if someone is worried about desensitizing, mixing up the routine can give them peace of mind.

      I think vibrators made me more sensitive over time too, because I learned more about my body: things like what signals to expect and how to maintain an orgasm.

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