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If Instagram is to be believed, then self care for women basically amounts to face masks and daily affirmation apps. Orgasms release oxytocin, the anti-stress hormone that gets you warm and fuzzy when cuddling, while dopamine, a neurotransmitter that regulates sleep, also makes an appearance. It stands to reason, then, that "I need to get laid" is a thing that actually makes sense to say when you're having a rough week.
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Vibrators have always vibrated. But tech-wise, seems to be the Year of the Smart Sex Toy. We're talking robot male masturbation aids, interactive Kegel exercisers and beyond.
If you only hang out with your battery-powered sexual partner when your real one isn't around, you might both be missing out. ICYMI, there are tons of amazing sex toys for couples—from vibrators and cock rings to bondage and, oh yeah, sex ramps. Tbh, these toys can bring a level of excitement to the bedroom that human body parts just can't.
The conversation surrounding female masturbation has thankfully undergone a huge, positive transformation in the last century, and so has the way we talk about the sex toys for women. We've come a long way from the misguided — and also downright stupid — belief that females don't have sex drives, and now woman can even find the best, most satisfying vibrators with the click of a mouse. If you've ever taken a women's history class, you probably learned that vibrators got their start when doctors prescribed steam and water powered sex machines as solutions to "hysteria," irritability, and sleeplessness.
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