Be Be Vibrator
designed by women for women
Be Be has been featured in Good Health Magazine
Good Health reports surprising facts about sex , the benefits of using the Be Be for boosting your sexual desire and gynaecological health.
There are soooo many benefits when you orgasm, so what are you waiting for.
Be Be was voted one of top 5 vibrators in the UK by Cosmopolitan Magazine.
Yes, ladies in the UK know a good vibrator when they see one.
Not only does it look good, voters loved that they could use it with their partners.
Be Be in the Australian Financial Review.
Really, what do vibrators and high finance have in common?
Money makes the world go around they say.
Well we reckon love makes the world go around.
Love Being Woman features in AFR as a business in a niche market, that is normally dominated by large companies.
Six Myths Exposed about Vibrators
Vibrators are by far the most popular sex toy. According to a recent nationally representative survey by University of Indiana researchers, 53 % of American women have used them. But some women don't use
vibrators for fear of harm, and many men wonder what a woman's use of a vibrator means. I hope to set the record straight.
Myth 1: If women need vibrators to have orgasms, there's something wrong with them.
Truth: Not at all. Some women just need more intense stimulation than fingers and/or a tongue can provide. In the Indiana study, compared with women who never used vibrators, those who did reported greater
likelihood of orgasm, greater sexual desire, easier arousal, more self-lubrication (meaning less discomfort during intercourse), and equal or better sexual satisfaction.According to a 1999 report in the Journal of the
American Medical Association, 25 percent of women have difficulty having orgasms, or can't have them. Fortunately, sex therapists enjoy great success teaching women to have the orgasms.
Myth 2: Vibrators are for loners and losers.
Truth: According to the Indiana study, married women are more likely to use vibrators (50 percent) than singles (29 percent). Talk to someone who owns a vibrator and see their face light up.
Myth 3 : If women need vibrators to enjoy sex and have orgasms, there's something wrong with the way their men make love.
Truth: Not necessarily. Many perfectly normal women cannot have orgasms without the intense stimulation vibrators provide. Others can, but it takes them longer than they or their lovers would like. Couples should
discuss the kinds of erotic play they enjoy, and talk about what turns them on.
In addition, men should base their lovemaking on whole-body massage that includes the genitals, but is not fixated on them. Men should understand that only 25 percent of women are consistently orgasmic solely
from vaginal intercourse because it doesn't provide much direct stimulation of the clitoris. To enjoy orgasm, 75% of women need direct clitoral stimulation from fingers, a tongue, a vibrator, or anything else that
lights an erotic fire. Assuming a man engages in leisurely, playful, creative, whole-body sensuality--and pays particular erotic attention to the woman's clitoris--there is absolutely nothing wrong with him if the
woman needs or prefers a vibrator to bring her to orgasm.
Myth 4: If women enjoy vibrators in partner sex, men are left out.
Truth. Absolutely not. Vibrators provide only one thing, intense stimulation. They can't kiss women, embrace or massage them, warm the bed, tell jokes, say, "I love you," or do anything else lovers provide to
support and enjoy each other. Vibrators don't replace men. All they do is provide especially intense erotic stimulation.
Myth 5: Vibrators are unnatural.
Truth: Vibrators are as natural as any other erotic enhancement: perfume, music, candle light, or lingerie.
Myth 6: Vibrators ruin women for sex without them.
Truth: Does driving ruin you for walking? No, it just gets you there faster. The same is true for sex with and without vibrators. The body responds to erotic stimulation no matter where it comes from: fingers, tongue,
penis, or vibrator. Using a vibrator-even frequently-does not change the body's ability to respond to other types of sexual stimulation.