How To Use a Clitoral Vibrator and Get Wetter Than a Slip ’N Slide

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Located at the center of the vulva, the clitoris is the female reproductive organ that serves just to give pleasure — it plays zero role in the reproductive process.

While the most well-known part of the clitoris is the external part, the clitoris is only a portion of the vulva, and only a portion of the clitoris is external. While it hasn’t been scientifically proven, many experts speculate that the G-spot is where the clitoris meets the vaginal wall. Some experts even say the clitoral nerve endings make anal sex feel so great for women.

The clitoris contains around 8,000 nerve endings — twice as many as the penis — and it’s connected to more than 15,000 nerves within the pelvis.

Many people compare the clitoris to the penis, which is an apt comparison in some ways but not in others. The clitoris can indeed get erect and even ejaculate, but the clitoris and the G-spot can change pleasure centers and grow until an indeterminate age. So unlike the penis, the clitoris benefits from ongoing exploration, especially since it’s so sensitive. That’s why learning how to use a clitoral vibrator can be so pleasurable!

How To Find the Clitoris

Ah, this can be a tricky endeavor, especially because some clits can be relatively small or have something called a clitoral hood (a small flap of skin that partially covers the external clitoris). But don’t worry: The size doesn’t matter. What matters is the clitoris and other pleasure centers’ ability to send pleasure signals to the brain.

Technically, all clitorises have a clitoral hood — some are just larger than others. To find a clitoris on a partner, remember that even though most vaginas look radically different, the clitoris will always be above the vaginal opening and at the top of the outside of the vagina.

You might have to play around and experiment to find exactly where an individual’s clitoris is located so you can learn how to use a clitoral vibrator correctly. Asking in a fun, flirtatious way is never wrong. If the person is excited, you might notice it will be erect and more protruded than other parts of the skin.

Once you find it, you’ll know. Don’t worry about finding it — just make sure to find pleasure in the journey, both for you and your partner.

How Do You Use a Clitoral Vibrator?

In this day and age, not only are there clitoral vibrators, but some vibrators can stimulate multiple pleasure centers all at once.

An example of a classic clitoral vibrator is the Perfect Point, which precisely pinpoints a tiny area of your clit. The Disco Triple Play activates the clit, vagina, and anus at the same time. There are so many different vibrators and so many different ways to enjoy them. Learning how to use a clitoral vibrator is easy!

Rabbit

The rabbit is a famous model that was once hailed as the best clitoral vibrator on the market. It has been so popular because it’s a G-spot clitoral stimulation vibrator. Check out the Disco Bunny for a modern take on a tried-and-true and classic.

Originally manufactured in Japan in the 1980s, the rabbit classically has little bunny ears near the part that goes on the clitoris, but it’s also designed in other ways.

Clitoral Suction Vibrator

Some sex toys don’t just vibrate but also induce a very intense suction effect. On the clitoris’s many nerve endings, this can be a toe-curling experience. Some rabbits even feature suction technology so that you can suction your clit while stimulating your G-spot. The Super Sucker is one such rabbit/suction hybrid.

Hands-Free Clitoral Vibrator

A variety of hands-free clitoral vibrators are available that are remote-controlled and rechargeable. These can be some of the best vibrators for clitoral stimulation because they require so little effort on your part. Consider trying out the Egg-citement, a hands-free clitoral vibrator that comes with a slew of other products to tailor your sensual experience to you.

Small Clitoral Vibrator

Small but mighty! Small clitoral toys are for those who want to focus on this one brand of play. The smaller toys can often bring a more intense feeling to the clit.

Some smaller toys double down on the sensation. Some surround the clitoris, while others can hug or fully cover the whole part of the external vagina. You can even find suction toys that are just for creating the most intense suction feeling possible on the clitoris. Try the Fantasy For Her Rechargeable Remote Control Bullet.

G-Spot Clitoral Vibrator

Many clitoral stimulators also have a dildo or vibrating dildo capability — some offer even more, like a vibrator with clitoral, G-spot, and anal stimulation. It’s not always easy to say which of these multi-stimulants can technically be called a rabbit because, oddly enough, it doesn’t need to have rabbit ears to be considered a rabbit.

However, don’t get caught up in the semantics. Pleasure is pleasure! Just try out the Adam and Eve Eve's Triple Play Pleaser and see if it works for you. Whether you just want a G-spot clitoral vibrator or one that also targets another pleasure center, there are a lot of options to choose from.

Why Do Women Enjoy Clitoral Vibrators?

Women enjoy clitoral vibrators because the clitoris is the pleasure center of the female reproductive system. Using a vibrating tool designed to fit the clitoris can feel exceptionally good.

Over time, companies have realized just how well sex sells, and now every person can find their own personal best vibrator for clitoral stimulation. Today, you can find some very potent sex toys that are designed with women’s bodies and wants in mind in a very advanced way.

How To Have the Best Orgasm With a Clitoral Vibrator

Have you ever regretted using lube or being too wet? If you use a vibrator, particularly one with clitoral and G-spot stimulation, apply some lube. It’s always best to use a water-based lube with toys, not a silicone-based option. Silicone is used in sex toys, and the silicone lubricant can damage them.

Using a sex toy on yourself is a treat. Make sure you think of it that way. To have the best orgasm with a toy, set the mood. Make yourself at home. Make sure you have some privacy and can feel relaxed in your space. Start slowly and gently, ramping up only when you feel comfortable.

To get inspired, you could light some candles, come up with raunchy fantasies in your mind, or indulge in a little porn. Do whatever gets your goat and makes you feel connected to your sensuality.

Common Myths Regarding Clitoral Stimulation and Clitoral Vibrators

Clitoral Orgasms for Non-Vagina Owners

For many non-vagina owners, finding the clit and understanding your partner’s sensitivity to clitoral stimulation can be a bit of a challenge.

First of all, know that the clit is not the vaginal opening — and understand that everyone’s body is different, so with each new partner, you must find the clit anew.

The clit is incredibly sensitive — so once you find it, be gentle. It can be abrasive and painful for some vagina owners if you rush out the gates, full throttle. When you find it, think of it more like a puzzle than a button or gas pedal.

Clitoral Orgasms for Everyone

There’s also a substantial societal myth that clitoral orgasms are less than G-spot orgasms. This is not true! You get off however you get off — never let anyone tell you your pleasure is wrong.

General Myths Surrounding Clitoral Orgasms

Perhaps you think because you have a vagina, you automatically know how to pleasure yourself with a clitoral vibrator. It might take you some time to find your clit, let alone figure out how to pleasure yourself.

You also might have the idea that you’ll want the ritziest or most intense vibrator. Sometimes, “easy does it” is best. The clit is extremely sensitive, so too much sensation can hurt and be uncomfortable rather than pleasurable.

Top Selling Clitoral Vibrators on Peachwood

Satisfyer One Night Stand | $12.95

Satisfyer One Night Stand

Satisfyer 2 Next Generation Clitoral Stimulator Waterproof | $32.99

Satisfyer 2 Next Generation Clitoral Stimulator Waterproof

Partner Plus Remote | $52.95

Partner Plus Remote

OMG! Rabbits #Mood Silicone Vibrator - Pink | $35.99

OMG! Rabbits #Mood Silicone Vibrator - Pink

Fantasy For Her Her Ultimate Pleasure - Purple | $149.99

Fantasy For Her Her Ultimate Pleasure - Purple

Resources

The No BS Guide to Clitoral Stimulation. Healthline (November 2019).

Where is the clitoris?. Planned Parenthood (April 2020).

Why We’re Creating a Vagina Library. Healthline (June 2020).

10 Things You Never Knew About the Clitoris. Health (October 2015).