5 household objects to substitute for sex toys, vibrator use

Female masturbation is treated, even by many women, as a dirty little secret. It’s not “polite conversation,” most women try to hide or disguise their vibrator use, and some won’t even broach the topic with their own doctors. Some people still regard the mere mention of sex toys, vibrator use and female masturbation as taboo topics.

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However, since the first woman touched herself sexually, humankind has been looking for ways to feel good in that “special way.” But what if you feel uncomfortable perusing vibrators for women? Or — worse — what if your favorite vibrator goes on the fritz? That’s when a little bit of creativity can go a long way.

Until you can get your hands on another of your favorite vibrator or sex toy — or until you summon the courage to buy your first one — consider these common household objects used for female masturbation.

Neutrogena Wave Power-Cleanser is ergonomically shaped to fit perfectly in your hand — because it takes a long time to clean your face, right? The entire machine “vibrates gently,” as you massage your face to clean oil, dirt, and makeup off your face. That gentle vibration could be just what you need to substitute for vibrator use.
Yes, there’s an app for that! Since vibration is a feature built into most smartphones, you may as well take full advantage of it. Applications like iBrate, Dildroid, and MyVibe, promise to get the job done.
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Vibrating razors, like the Gillette Razor Power, may fit the bill. Some women recommend using the non-business end to achieve a little post-bath-time bliss. However, be sure not to get too into the moment because razors can be dangerous!
Look no further than your makeup bag for a vibrator substitute. This unassuming little bottle of mascara could be the key to the pleasure palace! It’s secret is the “Patent-pending elastomer brush vibrates 7,000 times per stroke.” Sounds about right.
And finally, the most popular item substitute for vibrator use: The electric toothbrush. Think this sounds crazy? It’s quite a popular idea. You can even buy a silicone sleeve that slips over your toothbrush to protect the bristles and your body. It’s also a common enough idea to have seeped into popular culture, as shown in this amusing clip from The Big Bang Theory

“If being on your own is new to you, I’d be happy to share some tension-relieving techniques for ladies I’ve perfected over the years. For example, do you have an electric toothbrush? …I call mine Gerard.”

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