Good News! Men Aren't Scared Of Your Vibrator

And have you ever scared a guy in bed, with or without a vibrator?

Nov 3, 2011 at 12:00pm | Leave a comment

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In case you were still buying into the general wisdom that men are basically the equivalent of jumpy felines that go skittering down the hall when confronted with a loud buzzing noise, a new study finds that 70 percent of the men questioned strongly disagreed with the statement that vibrators are intimidating. 

This conclusion is strongly backed up by the reaction of my boyfriend that time he came home and caught me using mine.

And aside from the fact that vibrators vibrate and men's penises don't, there's really nothing to be intimated by. Until a vibrator can buy me stuff, men are still going to be completely necessary. (Just kidding. I need men to keep my feet warm at night, too. I get freaky cold.)

Actually, except for that scared-of-how-hard-I'm-about-to-cum look dudes get when they're really into it, I can't remember any guy responding negatively to a sex toy, although I did sleep with a guy once who asked me if I could "move less." They're way more likely to be scared by the weird, "Exorcist"-like phrases I spew during the act.

There's definitely a small subsection of men who go into slut panic when a woman does anything too porn-y, but any dude who can't handle some advanced slut moves doesn't deserve access to your vagina anyway. It's sex! We're supposed to do some weird shit.

Researchers also found that women with positive beliefs who had used vibrators in the past 30 days reported higher levels of arousal, lubrication, orgasm and sexual satisfaction. Although researchers are "not sure" how vibrators improve sexual function, I'm going to guess it's directly related to the percentage of men who still think the best way to make a woman have an orgasm is to deliver some hard, long-lasting intercourse. Clitoral stimulation makes vaginas happy.

Anyway, have you ever scared a guy in bed, with or without a vibrator?