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Consider this your sign to get buzzed on your next date night—and no, I'm not talking about indulging in a few glasses of wine. I'm talking vibrating panties.
While vibrating panties can bring solo pleasure at home, they're also great for spicing up foreplay (whether privately or in public). And for extra thrills, you can even hand over control to bae and enjoy the ride. These little wonders can be a great way to learn how to be comfortable feeling aroused, says Vielka Kano, LPC, a sex therapist. “Trying this can help people relax into pleasure,” says Kano. “If you’re in a public space, you can’t be—you know—making a lot of noise, so you need to relax and tune into your body. This can train you to feel the same way in the bedroom.”
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Surrendering to your partner’s control can also be a huge turn on, says Jenni Skyler, PhD, a certified sex therapist and resident sexologist for Adam & Eve. "I think [the appeal is in] the erotic idea of your partner turning it on, turning it off, changing the speed—surrendering to somebody else controlling it," says Sykler.
Jordyn Hakes, the host of The Horny Housewife Podcast, also says vibrating panties are a great entryway to kinkier sex. “If you‘ve been sexually stagnant and want to zhuzh things up, I definitely recommend trying this. It’s giggly, fun, and a huge turn-on.”
Convinced yet? Good. Here's a list of the best vibrating panties and wearable vibrators you can shop right now—with helpful user reviews.
Jacqueline Tempera is an award-winning writer and reporter living in New Jersey with her many pets. She is a business owner and a double Scorpio who loves all things astrology and reality television. She is passionate about body diversity and representation, mental health, and the fight to end sexual assault and harassment. To learn more about Jackie, follow her on Instagram @jacktemp or visit her website at jackietempera.com.
Lydia Wang is the love & life editor at Women’s Health, where she writes and edits articles about sex, relationships, identity, and pop culture. She lives in New York and spends way too much of her free time reading romance novels in coffee shops and tweeting about her favorite dating shows.
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