Sunday, 22 July 2012


Did you know that the first vibrator was actually created as a medical treatment for “hysteria” in women?

For centuries, doctors had been treating women for a wide variety of illnesses by performing what is now recognized as masturbation. The "pelvic massage" was especially common in the treatment of female hysteria during the Victorian Era, as the point of such manipulation was to cause "hysterical paroxysm" (orgasm) in the patient. However, not only did they regard the "vulvular stimulation" required as having nothing to do with sex, but reportedly found it time consuming and hard work.

Although it’s hard to believe, the vibrator first came into use in the conservative Victorian era as a treatment administered by doctors to female patients who suffered from so called hysteria.

Never do a thing concerning the rectitude of which you are in doubt, but remember there has always been two sides to a coin. We know accurately only when we know little, with knowledge doubt increases.

Essentially, hysteria was an umbrella diagnosis of the day that doctors used for women who suffered from a variety of emotional ailments ranging from depression to anxiety and beyond.

For women...bras, panties, bathing suits, and other stereotypical gear are visual reminders of a commercial, idealized feminine image that our real and diverse female bodies can't possibly fit. Without these visual references, each individual woman's body demands to be accepted on its own terms. We stop being comparatives. We begin to be unique.

Sadly, many women who suffered from legitimate emotional and psychological issues were often patronized or overlooked by the medical community of the era.

However, some good did arise from the medical use of the vibrator. For women of the Victorian period who did not have access to sexual education, it could have been the first time that many of them even experienced an orgasm! Back then, discussion of foreplay and the importance of female sexual pleasure was nonexistent, so for these patients, reaching orgasm and enjoying sexual satisfaction might have actually created positive effects for them mentally and physically.

I have heard with admiring submission the experience of the lady who declared that the sense of being perfectly well sexually educated gives a feeling of inward tranquility which religion is powerless to bestow.

Thankfully, over the years, the diagnosis of hysteria (along with its many treatments) diminished. Vibrators, however, have not gone away. But varieties has been emerged with time, space and knowledge. Ever heard of these;

Anal beads

Artificial vagina

Ben Wa balls


Double penetration dildo

Flesh light

Love pillow

Sex doll



Venus 2000




Even though women now have access to all the sexual information and education they desire, there are still many misconceptions and myths when it comes to sex toys, including:

Sex-toy use is rare.

No way! Many people use sex toys, whether they are men or women or singles or couples. In fact, a study found that 44 percent of women between the ages of 18 and 60 have used a sex toy.

Sex toys are for singles.

When most people think of sex toys, they tend to imagine single people who use vibrators to help spice up their Saturday nights. But, the exact opposite is true. In a study women who are in relationships are most likely to own and use sex toys. In fact, 78 percent of women who use or have used a sex toy reported being in a relationship. Additionally, a recent Durex study found that close to 25 percent of people have used sex toys with their partners.

Use of sex toys means something is lacking in the bedroom.

Again, the exact opposite is true. Women who use sex toys report greater sexual satisfaction and orgasm ability than women who do not. Additionally, women who use vibrators were more likely to have reported higher levels of desire, arousal, lubrication, and orgasm.

Sex is one of the nine reasons for reincarnation. The other eight are unimportant.

The good news is that more and more people are embracing sex toys and sexual exploration. And, as seen from the incredible popularity of Fifty Shades of Grey and other books, sexual exploration can also extend to literary erotica and fantasy. In addition, the mainstream movie Hysteria, a new romantic comedy starring Maggie Gyllenhaal and Hugh Dancy, centers on the invention of the vibrator.

Hair is another name for sex, says a hot blooded woman. Surely this makes the comb a sort of a vibrative invention, these are other techniques for a vibrator;

Anal masturbation



Erotic electrostimulation

Phone sex


As the popularity of sex aids increases and more people explore their sexual desires, sexual satisfaction and pleasure will only continue to grow.

There are very few jobs that actually require a penis or vagina. All other jobs should be open to everybody.