Ladies, lay off that vibrator!

As a flight attendant, I’m used to dealing with the demanding schedule of flying to and from Nairobi, and fulfilling the ever-growing shopping list from my girlfriends. Ranging from sky-high stilettos to MAC Cosmetics, the shopping list is always as diverse as my friends. But, the most popular request is still for a vibrator.

I usually am pretty good at buying everything on the list, but as for the vibrators, I have started refusing requests for the sake of promoting better sex lives for my girlfriends.

Vibrators were invented in the early 1880s as a medical aid to soothe women diagnosed as hysterical, and in recent times, has become a woman’s inexpensive pocket-sized replacement to incompetent men.

Manufactured in a variety of glistening colours and in various sizes, with most vibrators offering ridiculous vibration and rotation speeds – you’re guaranteed that you’ll have an orgasm in three seconds and then be able to do it again three seconds later…what girl wouldn’t want one?

However, in a 2011 study, researchers found that a woman’s sexual experience and expectations changed after using a vibrator.

It’s not rocket science really, basically no normal man will be able to do the work as consistently, lengthy and as efficiently as a vibrator. Not even a porn star would be able to match its electric competitor. Too much vibrator use ultimately produces unrealistic expectations for your partner’s performance.

So many sexually-frustrated woman have turned to vibrators and have ultimately become dependent. Studies show that if a woman is vibrator-dependent, it reduces the risk of her ability to have an orgasm with a man.

Vibrators are the downfall of women.

Yes, vibrators can outlast any man, but remember that no matter what kind of “Super Rabbit Vibrator” you have, no electric-powered machine can replace the one-on-one intimacy you have when you’re with someone else.



SOURCE
Journal Reference:
1. Bat Sheva Marcus. Changes in a Woman’s Sexual Experience and Expectations Following the Introduction of Electric Vibrator Assistance. The Journal of Sexual Medicine, December 2011

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