Women reveal the top five things they used to use as vibrators before discovering high quality sex toys – and it will make you think twice about borrowing a friend’s brush
- Women have revealed the household items they have used for self-pleasure
- From phallic-shaped fruit and vegetables to electric toothbrushes
- As sex coach Georgia Grace busts the number one myth about sex toys
Women have revealed they once reached for the hairbrush, phallic-shaped fruit and vegetables or even deodorant cans before discovering good vibrators.
According to sex toy brand, Normal, women also admitted to trying out electric toothbrushes and, to their fans’ horror, pens in the pursuit of pleasure.
And while women are becoming more confident buying adult toys instead of using potentially harmful objects, many still believe myths surrounding vibrators.
According to sex toy brand, Normal, women also admitted to trying out electric toothbrushes and, to their fans’ horror, pens in the pursuit of pleasure
The most popular, that they desensitise your nerve endings, ruining your future sexual experiences.
But Normal’s sex coach Georgia Grace, who posts handy tips and tricks about pleasure under the name G-Spot says ‘that’s not the case’.
‘It is a myth and it’s based on masturbation stigma that intends to shame people suggesting they will ruin themselves for real partnered sex,’ she explains.
‘Vibes will not desensitise your genitals or anus, you can’t rub or vibrate away nerve endings,’ she wrote.
Georgia often brings up the Sex and the City scene where Charlotte reveals she has become obsessed with her rabbit-style vibrator and is scared she will never be able to get intimate with a man again.
But the sex-coach said unless masturbation is getting in the way of your life, causing you to not do important things like eat, then there shouldn’t be any concern.
Sex coach Georgia Grace, pictured, said more people are using solo sex toys than ever
Top five things women used before they got a vibrator:
1 – Hairbrush
2 – Fruit and Vegetables
3 – Electric toothbrushes
4 – Deodorant cans
5 – Pens and pencils
The company made headlines in July last year after parking a not-so-subtle sign next to a Covid testing clinic in Sydney.
The truck, which was pulled up alongside the car park of the Bondi Beach pop up testing clinic, was advertising the online sex toy brand NORMAL and featured a poster with a very cheeky discount code ‘CumOnBondi’.
‘Bondi, improve your lockdown,’ the poster read with a bizarre photo of a sex toy parachuting with a surgical face mask.