- Time Required: For your first time give yourself a half hour or more
- Explore your vibrator: Get to know how it works. Play with the buttons and switches and find out how many speeds and settings it has. Wash your vibrator well before using it. If it isn’t waterproof, be careful not to get any water near the battery case. Check for sharp edges or seams (these can be easily filed down and made safe). Make sure the body of the vibrator isn’t coming apart from the battery pack and that all wires are solid and secure. If there are any flaws, return your vibrator before you use it.
- DIY (do it yourself): Even if you’re planning on using your vibrator with a partner, it’s a good idea to check it our by yourself first. You’ll feel less self-conscious and/or you can really concentrate on how it feels for you without being distracted (for better or worse) by a partner.
I know what you're think! "Illianna! Where's my manual this time?" It's rather a short answer. Insert the vibrator 2 to 3 inches into the vagina and angle it up, toward your belly button, so it presses the upper vaginal wall. Stroke the vibrator in and out, pressing up on the outstroke. If you feel like you have to pee, you're doing it right. Some women even masturbate with full bladders because it helps.