Does the G Spot vibrator work?

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Registered: 04-11-2003
Does the G Spot vibrator work?
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Wed, 08-04-2004 - 8:06pm
Looking into getting one, but wonder if it works? Has anyone used one before? What do you think? Thanks for any help you can give.
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Registered: 04-23-2003
Fri, 08-06-2004 - 10:48am

Hi Bailey,


Welcome to the board!


I can't speak from experience on this one, as I do not have a G-spot vibe.

Charm

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Registered: 08-06-2004
Fri, 08-06-2004 - 3:11pm
Hi Bailey,

If you are interested in buying a G Spot vibe there are a couple of things to think about! First of all are you going to be using it by yourself or with a partner. The g spot needs a lot of pressure in order to reach climax so if you are using it by yourself then you will want something that is long enough for your to get a good grip on. Alot of g spot vibes are not very long so they are great for use with a partner.

I personally don't know if they work, but like the other post said, they have great reviews and there is a better chance to reach orgasm with one of them then during intercourse as I am sure you are aware.

Just my two cents!

Good luck

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Registered: 04-20-2003
Sun, 08-08-2004 - 3:32pm
Hi Bailey,

Got my wife one of those and it was one of the few that she really liked using. It is curved just right, was the right length and circumference for her. Highly recommended!

Innkeeper
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Registered: 04-11-2003
Sun, 08-08-2004 - 9:33pm
Perfect! Thanks for the replies everybody. Sounds like I am on the right track with this idea. Will go ahead and order away. Thanks again.
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Registered: 03-26-2003
Mon, 08-09-2004 - 9:05am
Hi Bailey,

Something else for you to think about before spending your money is

to consider whether you want your vibrator to be the hard plastic

variety or one of the jelly types. My DW has always complained the

hard plastic ones are too hard (non life-like) and too cold at first.

She's not crazy about vibrators to begin with (I find that hard to

believe but who am I to say).

The jelly types I'm sure would be warmer to the touch, obviously

much softer and life-like, but I've read you need to use ample lube

because the jelly substance tends to absorb your natural lubribation.

The great news is either type won't cost you an arm and a leg so

if it isn't exactly what you're looking for, you're not out major $$$.

Hope this helps.

swak,

greggy