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The Womanizer – revolutionary new product!

12 March 2015 2 comments

These days it's rare for me to come across new sex toys that are truly innovative and revolutionary. Whilst I regularly travel internationally to trade shows scouting for new products it's seldom that I discover any that leave me excited about their potential for sales. So when I received an email from a friend who distributes sex toys in Germany detailing the overwhelming sales success (they sold over 12,000 in the first 7 weeks) of a new product called the Womanizer my attention was piqued.

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I began researching the Womanizer and discovered it was similar in design to a product called the Eros Clitoral Therapy Device (it's sold in the US and looks very medical). The device is recommended by doctors and sexologists to treat women with a sexual dysfunction ie. they have trouble orgasming. It's approved by the FDA (a US government department). Apparently the Eros Therapy restores blood to the clitoris and surrounding genitalia in order to increase sensation. The result is an escalation of sexual satisfaction leading to improved orgasms. And it doesn't vibrate! The fact that it didn't vibrate left me perplexed as to how it worked.

Foreplay, passionate kissing and heavy petting can all arouse a woman. And when a woman is aroused blood flows to her genitals (similarly for a man). The increased blood flow helps to spur the production of vaginal lubrication, and causes swelling in the clitoris, labia minora, labia majora, and the vagina. The clitoris hood retracts exposing the very sensitive clitoris. How much lubrication a woman produces varies widely and also from one sexual encounter to the next. Whilst drugs like Viagra can assist in blood flow to the genitals (of both men and women) foreplay is still ultimately required. And using sex toys is a fun way to experiment during foreplay (and during sex too).

A couple of weeks ago we received a sample Womanizer and Mia our Sales Manager agreed to take it home for a test run. She's been with for over 15 years and is one of our most knowledgeable staff when it comes to sex toys. The morning after she took the Womanizer home she triumphantly announced to me in the office that the toy was brilliant (in fact she said it was almost too good – it brought her to an incredible full body orgasm in under 30 seconds) and that we must order it for our stores and website. Her testimony sold me! I now understand why it's called the Womanizer and doubt that even the legendary womanizing swordsmith Errol Flynn could match its speed of bringing a woman to orgasm.

Interestingly Mia found it a bit difficult to actually explain to me exactly how the Womanizer worked so I asked her to put a few notes down on paper. Here's what she said: "I'll try to explain how the Womanizer works and what it does, but to be honest, it really is one of those products that you must try to believe, and unless you have a clitoris, you're not going to get the full effect, sorry boys – but this one is definitely for the girls! Unlike a conventional vibrator or stimulator the Womanizer does not vibrate, which means that over-stimulation or de-sensitisation of the clitoris is unlikely to occur. Also there is no direct clitoral contact. Once you expose the clitoris after parting the labia you should position the silicone head over the clitoris - once you find the perfect spot you will know as the effect is instant! The sensation is slight sucking, and it kind of feels like waves and pulsations of euphoric bliss. And because there is no direct contact, each subsequent multiple orgasm is more intense and extreme, taking over any control of your body! The trick is really to make sure you find the right position and DO NOT MOVE IT! You can also have sex whilst using the Womanizer, allowing your man to feel you contract and quiver!"

When they arrived at our warehouse Mia started dropping them out to our metro stores – where she sold 2 in one store within a few minutes. Apparently the purchasers had overheard Mia explaining to our sales staff how great her experience with the Womanizer was. Most of our store staff and our administration staff have subsequently taken home the Womanizer where they've used them with their partner and also solo. All staff rave about them!

Guys please don't panic at this juncture, we're not being made redundant – the Womanizer can assist us with foreplay. Men are often hopeless and forget about the importance of foreplay to a woman. And if a woman is able to orgasm during foreplay, whether it is from oral stimulation, use of your fingers and hands, or from using sex toys then the pressure for a man to perform eases. And finding a toy that can give a woman multiple orgasms is something that should be cherished! I can personally guarantee that she'll be grateful for the introduction to the Womanizer!

I recently had a lady contact me for some advice. She was in her late 20's, had been in a number of long term serious relationships where they enjoyed regular sex but she'd still never experienced the joys of orgasm. It's not the first time I've spoken to a woman about this issue (I've read that about 10% of women have never orgasmed). Whilst I'm obviously not a doctor, counsellor or sexologist I'm happy to give someone my views.

A number of research studies have concluded that about 50% of woman experience their first orgasm via masturbation (I'm assuming this is self loving not a partner masturbating them). And when I've spoken with sexologists in the past regarding their advice to women who either haven't ever orgasmed or have difficulty reaching orgasm they've all said that a woman should start with self exploration of her erogenous zones (her vagina and clitoris aren't the only zones). If a woman can work out what stimulates her then she can communicate that to her partner if necessary, or she can show him. And of course one of the easiest ways for a woman to self explore and determine what excites her is with the help of sex toys.

If a woman has difficulty in orgasming during sex with a partner this doesn't necessarily mean she has any form of 'sexual or orgasmic dysfunction'. Notwithstanding the requirement for chemistry and emotional connection, if sexual stimulation is inadequate in focus, intensity or duration then this will quite often lead to unfulfilling and non-rewarding sex for a woman (and without orgasms). What I'm saying is: sometimes men don't always get it right in the bedroom and this is where they need to lift their game and start understanding the sexual power of touch and foreplay.

I've now put the Womanizer at the top of my list of toys to recommend to women, not only those women who have difficulty climaxing but any woman who wants to significantly enhance her orgasmic experience.

Delivering passion and pleasure.


Kris 12 March 2015 at 1:41 pm
I received this toy as a present and it is AMAZING!!! Love it!
Chelle 14 March 2015 at 10:39 am
Handy tip: Not only is the Womanizer amazing for clitoral orgasms, but in allowing many women to have multiple orgasms, this will actually make the g-spot more prominent, more sensitive and easier to find. So for the ladies that are hoping to achieve g-spot orgasms, this is an excellent aid in preparing for that :)
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