For whatever reason, I’ve been getting a lot of vibrator-related search engine hits lately (some disgusting, but most just honest inquiries). Though I rarely foray into sex talk, I feel compelled to do so* because of a disheartening search engine phrase that brought someone to my blog earlier today:
If my husband uses a vibrator is he gay?
Well, search engine term lady, chances are: no. Vibrators aren’t just for cis women:
[V]ibrators vibrate, and vibrations, whatever packaging they come in, generally feel good on all erectile tissues, regardless of who they belong to. This includes: the penis, balls, perineum (taint!), and the entire anal area. There is no specific specialization in vibrators that makes them unique to women, except, perhaps that the clitoris has twice as many nerve endings as the head of the penis, thus making it a little more sensitive to the effects of vibration.
That’s not even taking into account the p-spot (aka the male g-spot, aka the prostate gland). I think I’ve linked to Julian’s post on the p-spot before, but here it is again in all its awesomely comprehensive glory.
Anyway, just as there are vibrators that cater to specific areas of the female anatomy, there are all kinds of vibrators and sex toys for men:**
Long story short: vibrators are for everyone (heterosexual men included***). Yay!