Why My Boyfriend Loves My Vibrator Even More Than I Do

Why My Boyfriend Loves My Vibrator Even More Than I Do

 

Here's the deal: you know those super-hot TV and movie moments when a woman walks into a room with a guy she loves and tackles him rugby-style with want and passion? They're both gasping for air, their chests heaving, kissing one other as if the world were ending. Clothes are pulled off with little regard for buttons or seams and tossed on the floor without hesitation. Those scenes include seductive, passionate, and powerful women. They know exactly what they want, and it's sex.

 

Typically, these situations conclude with the lady experiencing a vaginal orgasm at the same moment as her male partner arrives, and both of them lying thoroughly content.

 

I, on the other hand, am not one of those ladies. Respect to those ladies; in fact, I'd want to be more like them. But, as unappealing as it may seem, I don't spend much time thinking about or seeking sex. When I see my spouse enter the room, I rarely feel compelled to pull their clothes off and take them straight away. This made me feel insecure as a woman in my early twenties. I mean, I'm a twenty-first-century woman, a Millennial, to be exact. I should be the boss and overflowing with sexiness.

 

But, through time, I've realized that it's OK if I'm not always naturally filled with those urges...

 

Since there are several approaches to assist!

 

That's where my Womanizer comes in; it's one of the more recent kinds that use air pulses to stimulate the clitoris. Prior to the vibrator, my boyfriend bought it for me for my birthday; I seldom orgasmed during our sex. And he felt horrible about it since, being a compassionate person, he couldn't completely enjoy his orgasms because I wasn't there to share them with him.

 

That isn't to say he didn't contribute because he did. He'd come down on me, finger me, and demand more four-play to get me in the mood, but my clit wasn't having it. And I could make myself orgasm during sex, but I'd have to be prepared to put in some effort—like concentrating on it and ignoring the exhaustion building up in my fingers.

 

So, usually, the whole session would end with him orgasming and then feeling bad because I didn't orgasm. Then I'd say something like, 'no, it's fine, I just enjoy being intimate with you,' but I'd secretly be resenting that he could always enjoy the experience, and sex almost felt like something I should be doing as a 20-something modern woman.' Anyway, I'd joke with him at the end and say that if we had a vibrator, I'd be there all the time. So, bless his heart, he heeded my advice and bought the vibrator for me.

 

And what a difference this small item has made in our sex lives!

 

Not only do I orgasm every time we have sex, but now I orgasm 3–4 times, and all my thankful fingers have to do to boost the pleasure is hit a button. Not only that, but I'm now initiating sex approximately 50% of the time, which is a significant rise from 0%. My boyfriend, on the other hand, I believe he first felt that he wasn't enough for me, which is why I needed the vibrator, but once he realized that every sexual experience left me in a pleasure-filled haze owing to the vibrator, he quickly got over it. It astounded us both how such a little object could have such a big influence on our lives!

 

He raises his eyebrows and gestures to where we keep the vibrator now whenever we're staring at one other with those lusty eyes. Then his entire face breaks into a wide smile as he switches it on, and he knows he will flip my life upside down with extreme pleasure.

 

And I'm delighted to report that when we enter a room together, I sometimes tackle him rugby-style, and more than a few damaged shirts might need some patching.

 

Finally, I'd want to point out that if you have no clue what I'm talking about since you always want to have sex and have no trouble orgasming every time, that is beautiful and fantastic, and you should be extremely proud of yourself.

 

However, if you're on the other end of the spectrum, you shouldn't feel awful like me. They're both normal, natural, lovely, and feminine. However, if you want to be more in touch with your sexual side, all you have to do is acquire a vibrator—that it's easy!

 

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