Love & Sex

How Do Clit Suckers Feel Like – 2021 Review

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Written by Quentin Hack

While men have been enjoying pleasure with a wide range of pleasure products for a long time, women didn’t have that chance until recently. Dildos and vibrators were of course a thing, but they were basically the only chance one could get their hands on.

Say hello to a new revolution in terms of feminine pleasure! In the last 5 years, a new trend of sex toys has emerged, and yes, we’re talking about clitoral stimulators, otherwise known as clit suckers.

They are a wonder to use, as they allow for deep orgasms like nothing you’ve ever experienced before. Their little body can produce air pressure to stimulate the clitoris in an indirect manner, meaning that these waves of air can resonate inside the overall structure of the clitoris, not just the tip, to trigger all the nerve endings that were previously left untouched by more traditional pleasure products.

In fact, the regular vibes could only stimulate the broader part of a female’s genitalia, which led to classic or even boring orgasms to those who used them. We could also say that having real sex would not be able to produce such new types of orgasms.

And that’s where clit suckers shine! Through usage of sonic pulses on your whole clitoris area (including all those hidden nerve endings), this little pleasure object can create deep and resonant orgasms that could satisfy almost anyone with a clit. In fact, the reviews have so far been overwhelming, with users saying that they were able to achieve strong orgasms in less than a minute!

Let’s Use Comparisons to Explain How They Feel Like

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Trying to understand how those new pleasure products feel without ever using one is no easy feat. We’ll have to cheat, and use some strange comparisons as a point of reference. Just understand that the feeling induced by clit suckers is like none other, whether you’re thinking about traditional vibrators or sex with a partner.

One common comparison that you might have seen somewhere else is the one with an iceberg. Regular vibes would be like using a pleasure product that would act upon the small and visible tip of an iceberg, while clit suckers would target the tip, and then resonate those pressure waves through the entire structure of it, all the way to the bottom, which happens to be the biggest part of it.

Now, let’s take another example. Have you ever experienced the subwoofers inside a nightclub? If you happened to stand in front of the speakers, you might understand where I’m heading to. Their sonic waves are making it feel like music is moving inside your whole body.

Well, clitoral suction toys work exactly the same. Thanks to their little pads, they can produce the same type of waves, but instead of music, it’s pure pleasure that resonates inside your whole body. It allows for orgasms like you’ve never felt before, where your inside is being stimulated in a thousand places at once.

Is the Sensation Similar to a Good Oral?

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If you start to read reviews on these little suckers, you’ll find one point in common. Everybody’s talking about how they end up feeling like good oral sex. One reason why is that they trigger the same nerve endings as oral sex, the ones that belong to your clit.

But let’s quickly talk about the points where they even exceed oral sex. For starters, sonic waves are not something that a human can do (or at least not that easily!), and thus, stimulating all the nerve endings is impossible, even with a great oral.

Our second point is that, even with a partner giving you the best oral, you can’t enjoy it anytime you want, as well as anywhere you want it!

Let’s Look At How Users Are Reviewing Clit Suckers

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Looking online at different reviews of clit suckers, you’ll find a general consensus. They feel great, are easy to use, not expensive and a blast for newcomers as well. Some people say that they were able to reach out-of-body experiences to the point of blacking out, others that they’ve never felt such pleasure in their whole sexual life before.

Some people claim that clit suckers made them rethink how they’ve been treating their sexual life until then, as instant orgasms are not something you can find in a different type of toy or with a partner. Combining those sensations with a traditional vibrator only makes the pleasure even stronger, so some reviews talk about introducing both types of toys into the bedroom, for unlimited pleasure.

Can Clit Suckers Damage Your Private Areas?

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You might also read some reviews that talk about the discomfort one felt after using specific clit suckers. As those little objects send powerful air waves into your body, you might wonder if there could be a real issue of using them too frequently.

One way to make sure you’re using clit suckers the right way is to listen to what your body is telling you. Those little wonders often have different strength settings, and you can use that to your advantage by first using the slowest setting and see how your body reacts to it. As they are made to be used for indirect stimulation, make sure to always keep the nozzle away from your clitoris’ tip.

Another thing you might read on those reviews is how clit suckers managed to make some women squirt for the first time. While this is not unheard of, not everyone will have the same experience. And while squirting could sound scary for newcomers, it should be noted that it’s a completely natural response to a good orgasm. Always remember to keep it slow if it’s your first time using one of these little pleasure objects.

In order to keep your experience as safe as possible, just remember to listen to your body at all times, start slow and work your way gradually towards stronger settings until you climax. Make sure to purchase body-safe silicone toys at all costs in order to avoid any infections from low-grade materials, and possibly from a reputable brand like Biird for example. You’ll be ready to experience mind-blowing orgasms in no time!

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Quentin Hack