womanizer

As a Sex Therapist one of the top 5 issues in my office is women struggling to reach orgasm. For many women it’s frustrating, embarrassing and affects self image and relationships. I see women who feel inadequate that they are unable to climax.
When working with clients I start with the standard direction for reaching orgasm. It doesn’t involve intercourse or even a partner. The most powerful orgasms women will experience in her lifetime can often be had through masturbation.
Here’s the recipe I give out in my office for climax challenges.
1. The use of an orgasm cream to increase blood flow to the clitoris about an hour in advance.
2. Permission to watch or read erotica that the client finds arousing
3. Nipple stimulation for 10 minutes to increase oxytocin
4. High end clitoral pump that increases blood flow to the genitals.
5. Strong vibration on the whole genital area for 15 minutes.
For many women it’s the combination of increased oxytocin from the nipple suction, along with clitoral blood flow from the cream and clit pump that builds to orgasm. All together for two toys is over $300 for a good clitoral pump and a high end clitoral vibrator. And another $60 in clitoral cream.
That’s not cheap and involves handling a number of toys. Most women think orgasms should happen naturally. As I remind clients it’s okay to need help from technology. More women climax through masturbation and toys then anything else. Sex is perfectly natural, but never naturally perfect.
I have been hearing about the Womanizer – a new toy designed by a German couple from a few colleagues who had given it a try. It’s described by the site as using something called Pleasure Air. “This is Womanizer’s very own innovation. Pleasure Air™ technology offers touchless stimulation through gentle air pressure for your clitoris. The result? Feeling like you’re walking on air. Let the gentle vibrations guide you to incredible climaxes.”
The Womanizer is very gentle and mimics oral sex specifically on the clitoris.
For women who need lots of power and vaginal stimulation it may not be the best choice.
But for women who struggle with orgasms it’s now my first go-to toy. It works for nipple stimulation, then it feels like a clit pump with vibration. I like it because it eliminates the need for two toys. And anything that sucks with just the right amount of pressure is a public service. I really liked it both personally and professionally. Amazon has the Premium Womanizer at $180 so it’s in the high end toy category. But if you are going to invest in an orgasm toy (or ask for one as a birthday gift) it’s worth the money.