On menshealth.com Nick Mahler talks about his commitment to helping people with disabilities have orgasms. He has discovered a different way of using the Womanizer:
Mahler says The Womanizer was initially designed for women, but some of his male disabled customers are starting to use it to stimulate other parts of the body. For example, men with spinal cord injuries can use vibrators to help get off.
On Glamour.com sexologist Dr. Emily Morse recommends ways to stimulate yourself without getting overwhelmed:
You can also try out the Womanizer 2go, a lipstick-shaped toy that delivers indirect stimulation using Pleasure Air technology. It has a silicone tip that goes over your clitoris without actually touching it, and has been known to help women who are more sensitive – just like you.
Shesaid.com rounded up the feelgood gadgets for solo play and couples’ action alike that consistently racked up rave reviews in 2017, the Womanizer made it on that list:
This oral sex simulator is a dream come true for any woman who enjoys having orgasms (literally, all of us).
Cosmopolitan.com tested the womanizer and found wonderful words to describe the experience:
I'm not exaggerating when I say that this sensation is unlike anything I've ever felt before. It was an intense, all over body shake that lasted for several minutes. If I were a wolf, I would have been howling at the moon. It's what I imagine receiving oral sex from a tongue possessed by a SEX ANGEL would be like.Read more >
Sheknows found Womanizer to be the perfect vibrator and are here to spill all the dirty details:
I lay down to give the Womanizer a try... and, when I finished, I almost passed out. I thought about shouting downstairs to my husband, "Call the police! This thing should be illegal!" Instead, I texted all of my girlfriends and told them I'd found the end-all, be-all of female sex toys.