One of my BFF's (who is going through a divorce) threw the party and I traveled there (it was in Alabama) with my other bff (who is single) and another good friend (who is married). It was about 20 women there and I am not sure the married ratio versus single ratio but I do know the women that were talking the loudest were single! They were sharing their stories, experiences, and how to use this, that and everything! I was actually kind of shocked. It seems the married women were kind of reserved. Don't get me wrong, we were laughing and giggling and talking among ourselves but it just got me wondering, "Do married women use vibrators?" And I am asking do you use them alone?
Again, I have my 8 other EBFF's (email best friends forever) that I talk to 7 days a week. By the way, 3 of these girls were at this Pure Romance party! Out of the 9 of us that email 3 are married, one is engaged. So I asked them, "Do you use vibrators?" The single girls all had one! A married friend had one but hasn't used it in years. Soooooooooooo, it got me thinking again. Do married women really use or need a vibrator when they have a man in their bed every night? Per my friends (married and single) that have used them, the answer is YES! They told me that a man will never make you reach the point that silver bullet will. My mouth dropped. Of course I was curious!
While writing this blog, I went online and did a search on Married Women and Vibrators and found this question on a different website and it was exactly what I was thinking, "Do you think these toys can substitute your husband? Why do you use them? And would it be possible that woman will get addicted to the toy and enjoy it more than her husband?"
I read so many different responses to that question. Some responses were from men who didn't want their wives using it because they felt they (the husband) couldn't satisfy her. Other men used it with their wives. Other men said their wives were using and lying about it! That was funny. The married women responded with mixed responses as well. Some women said they needed it to get turn them on before having sex with their husbands. Others said it's not a substitute for their husband but just an additional form a satisfaction. It seems quite a few women had them but didn't use them around their husband but they knew they had one. I guess what it boils down to is what works for you, works for you. It's just all so interesting. What do you think?