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What is clitoral stimulator?

The clitoris is an important component of sexual arousal. It has the most nerve endings in the human body, and some studies suggest it may be the only path to orgasm for people with the clitoris.

The clitoris has an outer part, but it is mainly located in the pelvis. With sexual stimulation, blood flows to the clitoris and labia minora, which are the inner labia of the vulva.

This extra blood flow makes the clitoris very sensitive. With enough continuous stimulation, a person with a clitoris can have an orgasm.

How does it work?

Clitoris-sucking sex toys help people to have this stimulating experience. They create airflow and pressure around the clitoris, which promotes blood flow to the area. This causes increased sensitivity and can lead to orgasm.

How to use it properly?

Discover your erogoneous zone

Whether you’re driving alone or with a partner, take the time to find your erogenous zone. While clitoral vibrators are technically intended for the clitoris, they can also stimulate other non-genital parts of the body, such as the nipples, armpits, and inner thighs.

Some of the most common erogenous zones are the armpits, neck, inner thighs and legs. However, everyone has different erogenous zones, so find what works best for you.

Arouse your sexual desire

After you are done with foreplay, you can use the clitoral sucker as it is meant to be used – as a clitoral stimulator. Start with the lowest air pressure setting and hold the toy close to the clitoris. The clitoral cups are supposed to provide indirect stimulation, meaning you should hold the cup some distance from your clitoris. Adjust the distance and angle until you find one that fits your body.

Find the pattern you enjoy

Once you have found the right distance and angle, start increasing the air pressure. Most clit suckers come with several air pressure modes. As you adjust the suction setting, they produce different levels of sonic pulses that stimulate your clitoris. Move the air pressure up and down until you find the perfect air pressure. Listen to your body, follow its natural rhythms, and choose a setting that works best.

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