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The Best Toys for Clitoral Stimulation

The Best Toys for Clitoral Stimulation

For many people, clitoral stimulation is the required or preferred way to achieve an orgasm. Fortunately, there’s no shortage of toys that offer clitoral stimulation--along with new ways to explore your sexuality. If you’re not sure where to start, this list will give you some ideas.

Wand Massagers

If you’ve heard of the Magic Wand Original, once known as the Hitachi Magic Wand, then you’re already familiar with wand vibrators. These toys have a devoted following because they provide stimulation powerful enough not just to provide orgasms but to massage sore muscles, which is why you might recognize similar “back massagers.” This power was once made possible thanks to corded designs, but modern wand wands like Lelo’s Smart Wand, the Magic Wand Rechargeable, and several Le Wand models retain their power despite being cordless. There are plenty of corded options if you prefer that. Plus, you can often find attachments that allow you to experiment or even use your wand for vaginal, anal, or penile stimulation.

Air Pulse

While wands might be the old standby, there’s plenty of buzz about the newest clitoral stimulators you can buy. These toys fit around your clitoris (or potentially nipples) and use pulses of air, as the name suggests, to create suction around your clitoris. The sensation is entirely unlike traditional vibrations, which makes it a good option if vibrations don’t do much for you or you simply want to try something different. Womanizer is among the first brands to make air pulse toys, and they offer interchangeable nozzles/clitoral attachments to ensure you get the right fit, but you’ll find plenty of other options that fit your budget, including some that also vibrate.

Clitoral Vibrators

You’ll find an entire category of smaller vibrators that are designed for clitoral stimulation. Many of them are contoured to fit against your body during use, and some are small enough to lie between bodies during penetration. This makes these toys ideal for both solo and partnered play. You’re not just limited to bullets, eggs, or pocket rockets, either. There are plenty of shapes and functions to choose from, including smart toys that you can control from your phone or that a partner can control over the Internet and those vibrators that respond to your voice or music. Modern lipstick vibrators, which are quite discreet, are also chic and usually rechargeable if you prefer that shape to ergonomic clitoral vibrators.

Oral Sex Simulators

Although no toy can fully replicate the sensation of having a partner go down on you, the technology is as close as it ever has been. Oral sex simulators rely on moving parts to mimic a partner’s tongue. Lelo’s Ora involves a moving bead under a thin layer of soft silicone. California Exotics and Fun Factory also make flickering vibrators that might do the trick. Finally, you can always check out Lovehoney’s Sqweel, a sex toy that features a series of soft, spinning tongues, unlike any toy you’ve ever seen before.

Traditional Vibrators

While not explicitly designed for clitoral stimulation, traditional vibrators often do the trick, which means you can save money if you already have a toy that you like. You can use the tip, the side, or even the base of an insertable vibrator to stimulate your clitoris. Plus, many of these toys are a bit stronger than clitoral vibrators if power is your thing.

Dual Stimulators

If you’re interested in both internal and external stimulation at the same time, then a dual stimulator might be just what you need. A popular example is the rabbit vibrator, which has an insertable shaft and an external clitoral stimulator. You’ll find variations depicting animals of all sorts and fantastic and modern designs if you prefer those, instead. However, those are far from the only options available. Dual stimulators come in plenty of curved shapes to hit all of your sensitive spots. However, fit is important when it comes to these toys, so you need to be realistic. Not every dual stimulator works for every body. Consider the distance between your vaginal opening and clitoris when choosing the toy, and recognize that some people never like dual stimulators and prefer to use toys separately.

Of course, there are plenty of other toys that offer fantastic clitoral stimulation, both designed specifically to pleasure the clit and those that can be adapted to that purpose. If nothing on this list strikes your fancy, don’t be afraid to get creative. That’s part of what makes exploring your sexuality so fun.