Sex toys can play a big role in helping women to get in touch with their sexual desires and release their inner vixen. However, many women still shy away from purchasing a sex toy, which is no surprise, considering how male-dominated the sex toy business is. Entering a sex toy store and purchasing a gigantic dildo, all while being leered at by the man behind the counter, doesnt exactly sound like most womens idea of fun.
Thankfully, women now have a niche in the sex toy field. You can now purchase a toy discreetly on the Internet, and in 3-5 business days, you will be the happiest woman on your block. More importantly, the toys themselves have changed. Forget the scary-looking implements with names like Big John. The Berman Center Intimate Accessories Line was created exclusively for the comfort and pleasure of women, which is why the toys are discreetly packaged, aesthetically pleasing, and quiet.
Aphrodite is one of the first toys we created, and it is geared specifically to helping women achieve sexual pleasure for the first time (or, for the first time in a loonng time). Anorgasmia (the medical term for people who experience regular difficulty reaching orgasm) occurs more often than you might think about 15 percent of women report difficulties with orgasm, and as many as 10 percent of women in the United States have never climaxed.
Enter Aphrodite! Named appropriately after the goddess of love and sexual pleasure, Aphrodite is a sure thing. Simple to use, Aphrodite is a foolproof way to help you enjoy orgasm, whether it is your first time or your millionth!
And, here is the good news: vibrators are for use among couples and single folks alike, and they are a safe, healthy, and normal way to experience sexual pleasure.
Allow me to banish some common vibrator myths (hopefully for good!):
- A vibrator will numb me or harm my genitals
- A vibrator will replace my partner
- A vibrator will cause me to become "addicted" and unable to have an orgasm without it
The Berman Center led a nationwide study of sexual aids and devices in 2004. The results leave little question about the benefits of vibrators and refute just about every vibrator myth out there. My national study found that:
-Women who used vibrators experienced better sexual function and a more satisfying sex life. Vibrators were linked to higher levels of arousal, increased libido and easier, more frequent orgasms. Not surprisingly, women with vibrator experience were more sexually satisfied than their non-using counterparts.
-Vibrators are not only for the singles! In fact, we found that while 30% reported using a vibrator, more than 60% of partnered women did. Vibrators have a place for couples and men are generally supportive if you include them in the fun.
-Women with vibrator experience resoundingly disagreed with statements like: "My vibrator has replaced my partner" and "My vibrator use has negatively affected my sexual sensation."
These findings support the idea that vibrators bring only good things to your sex life. Vibrators enhance arousal with higher quality, longer-lasting foreplay and increase a womans chances of orgasm.