What’s the best vibrator for big girls?

Vibrators for women tend to be a little sizeist, because the best vibrator for a bigger gal doesn’t involve trying to contort into impossible positions — but so many of them seem to have this goal in mind. Larger women can’t bend, twist and reach the way those skinny little ladies can, but vibrator makers seem to forget that women come in all shapes and sizes. Some vibrators for women, however, are made for all women — not just the ones who wear single-digit dress sizes.

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Supersized sexuality

Tiny seats in movie theaters. Cramped spaces in airplanes. Itty bitty restaurant chairs made out of weak plywood. In many ways, it feels like the world is against plus-sized people, and there’s a certain stigma that comes with being large and voluptuous. Big women have very few role models, and get constantly inundated with commercials for diet pills, exercise equipment, meal management plans and a whole bunch of other messages that scream “thin is in!” Should bigger gals have to struggle with their sexuality, too?

Some vibrators for women say no, you don’t.

Vibrators for women who are curvy, not tiny

When it comes to sex, all women are pretty much built the exact same way, whether they weigh 100 or 300 pounds (or any number in-between). But it’s true that bigger girls may not have the same flexibility and mobility as those with leaner limbs and flatter tummies. Short, small vibrators may work perfectly for those women who can throw their legs up over their head or fold themselves in two with ease, but bigger gals need something with better reach. What’s the best vibrator for bigger ladies? You may find the answer to your sex toy cravings on this list:

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  • Hitachi Magic Wand. One of the most popular vibrators for women of all time, the Hitachi Magic Wand has a long handle that allows women to reach across their own bellies and bodies to get to where they’re going.
  • The Eroscillator. Touted as a Dr. Ruth-recommended vibrator, the eroscillator is a long tube that can reach places other, shorter vibrators can’t.
  • GiGi. Made by Lelo, the rechargeable GiGi has a long reach. Many Lelo products are long enough for women to reach themselves without have to twist, bend and fold.

Long, thin, handheld vibrators for women are ideal for bigger ladies who want to relax, not exercise, when they’re using sex toys. But it’s easy to get bored with similar designs; women need other options with their vibrators.

  • Self-standing vibrators. Why use your hands at all when you can prop up The Cone or the Ono and position yourself over it? A self-standing sex toy is the best vibrator for the big gal who doesn’t want to do anything but enjoy her “me” time.
  • Remove-controlled vibrators. Speaking of hands-free vibrator use, there are lots of remote-controlled models that can be used by women in any size. The Lelo Tiani and the We-Vibe III may both be worn on the body and operated with a remote.

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