Vibrator Use Weakens Full Body Orgasms

In the hundreds of women I’ve worked with who choose to regularly use vibrators during sex and masturbation, it takes 5 to 8 times more work to awaken them to be able to experience full body orgasms. And for those women who I’ve noticed return to using vibrators, their ability to experience full body orgasms quickly diminish from under 7 minutes to not at all.

The vibrator was developed as a medical tool to relieve women of hysteria. Although it has been a tool to help women reach orgasm for over 100 years, little attention has been paid to what, if any, effects prolonged use can have on the nerve endings in and around the vagina. Research in the 80’s into the use of vibration as a desensitizing method to treat traumatic hand injuries shows that a single session of 10 minutes with a vibrator will decrease sensitivity to touch and heat for an equal amount of time after removing the vibrator.

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14% of women report never cleaning their vibrators.

Scientific research in the personal use of a vibrator as a sex toy is lacking. A 1976 survey reported a 1% use by females, a 1996 survey reported 19% of Swiss women between the ages 18-74 used vibrators, more recently a 2009 survey found just under half of respondents reported using a vibrator at some point. The 2009 survey by Drs. Michael Reece and Debra Herbenick also found that 28.5% of women also reported side effects of vibrator use ranging from numbness to tears or cuts.

So does this mean that more and more women are using vibrators or are they just more open about their use? Who knows. It may be years before sex researchers are able to conclusively show one way or another what affect vibrator use is having. So where does that leave us? Some sex experts, like Dr. Frank Sommers, caution against the use of vibrators not because they ‘desensitize’ but because they train the body to only be able to orgasm through a level of stimulus that no human (man or woman) can recreate.

Let’s face it, it may be years before we have the facts on whether or not vibrator use can cause desensitization or any other form of impairment. From my own experience, I can say that I’ve worked with hundreds of women who had not only experienced numbness but had also been unable to form strong relationship bonds with men and women because of their use of vibrators. Some of these women had gone so far as to name their vibrators and even celebrate their anniversary once a year. And while most questions regarding desensitization concern the woman’s clitoris, the other major nerve bundles inside the vagina (the A-spots, G-spot, U-spot, and SRP) are just about never mentioned. Further, I’ve yet to meet a woman who could achieve the level of full body orgasm that White Tiger Tantra achieves with her vibrator.

In the end, it all boils down to what sort of relationship do you want? The vibrator can be effective as a means of showing a woman that it is possible to experience orgasm. And if building emotional bonds with an inanimate object works better for you than bonding with another human, that’s great. But the practice of White Tiger Tantra requires that vibrators are set aside while the woman and her partner(s) work to help her develop the ability of experiencing the heightened states of sensual pleasure and full body orgasm that all women’s bodies are designed to achieve.

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  1. fitness model’s avatar

    the a-spots, g-spot, u-spot, and srp : can you explai ? thanks

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