How to Use a Toothbrush As a Vibrator

Toothbrushes are something most of us use on a regular basis. But did you know they could double as a vibrator?

But a gynaecologist warns the ‘interesting new trend’ could lead to lacerations or trauma. She says women should stick to purpose-built sex toys.

Erosscia has created toothbrush attachments that are slim enough to fit into the vagina and curved just right for stimulating the g spot. They can be used alone or with a partner and are discreet enough for travel.

1. Use the bristles

Sometimes all you need is some sexy vibration in just the right spot, and an electric toothbrush can be an ingenious way to get it. Using a toothbrush as a sex toy is safe, inexpensive and convenient, especially when traveling. It’s also quieter than traditional vibrators and can be used solo or with a partner. For example, running a toothbrush attachment across the nipples or collarbone can feel amazing, and it’s perfect for foreplay.

It’s important to note that although toothbrushes are an easy option for external masturbation, using the brush end of a toothbrush inside your anus or vagina could potentially be dangerous. The prickly bristles might irritate or cut your vulva and vaginal tissues, and they could cause an infection, warns Dr Mary Jane Minkin, a clinical professor of obstetrics and gynecology at Yale. In addition, if the toothbrush has a flat backside, it may have a slanted base that can slip past your constricted anal sphincter into your rectum, she adds.

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Fortunately, there’s an easier solution: Erosscia, an electric toothbrush attachment that transforms the device into an internal and external vibrator. It’s slim enough to fit into the anal canal and clitoris, plus it rotates. Plus, it’s easier to clean than a toothbrush and is less likely to get you in trouble at the airport security line.

2. Put it in your mouth

Masturbation with a toothbrush is one of pop culture’s weirdest tropes, usually associated with teenagers in the early throes of sexual experimentation. But it’s not exactly a new trend: Women on online forums claim to use electric toothbrushes to masturbate, while beanies and even removable shower heads have been used in the same way. But it’s not something doctors recommend for hygienic or health reasons. “I wouldn’t encourage anyone to do it,” says gynecologist Alyssa Dweck. “Not only are toothbrushes not sealed, watertight or made of appropriate materials for insertion, but they also can introduce bacteria from the oral cavity and lead to infections.”

However, some people may find that the vibrations of an electric toothbrush provide sexual pleasure on its own. The device is fairly discreet and quieter than many vibrators, so it’s less likely to rouse your hotel room neighbors or raise suspicion at an airport security line. Plus, Pink News reports that the throbbing of an electric toothbrush might be more erogenous than the thump of a hard object like a neck pillow.

And if you really want to make sure you’re getting the most out of your toothbrush, try to imagine your mouth in four sections: the top left, right, bottom left and right. Each section should be massaged with a light, circular motion for a few seconds at a time.

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3. Put it in your vagina

Although there are some who swear by this, it’s not recommended to use a toothbrush in your vagina. The handle is too hard and sharp, and the bristles can irritate or lacerate your sensitive vulva. Plus, it can easily get stuck down there, which isn’t fun. Not to mention, it’s just gross.

A consultant gynaecologist who spoke to The Sun Online warned that this ‘interesting new trend’ could cause serious damage. She says: “I would have major concerns if anyone was to use the brush end of their electric toothbrush to masturbate. It’s the wrong shape and could aggravate the delicate tissue of the clitoris and vulva.”

The brush head is also too small to be used for penetrative masturbation. It can easily become lodged in the glans or clitoris and may scratch or lacerate it. This could lead to bleeding, inflammation and infection.

Instead, try using the flat backside of the toothbrush, which is smooth and less abrasive, or a specially designed vibrator attachment like those offered by Erosscia. They’re slim enough to fit into the vagina, and the vibration feels great there. Just remember, as with any new toy, it’s important to ask for consent and make sure you or your partner is comfortable with the idea. And as always, be sure to practice proper hygiene by washing the toothbrush and its attachments regularly.

4. Put it on your clitoris

One of the oldest sex toys in the book is your trusty electric toothbrush, a classic DIY masturbator that’s easy to take with you wherever you go. It’s also quieter than most standard vibrators, making it unlikely that anyone would hear you using it in your hotel bathroom.

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While women on online forums have reported that they enjoy masturbating with the handle and bristles of their toothbrushes, gynecologists warn against it. They say that using an electric toothbrush as a vaginal masturbator can lead to infection from germs in the oral cavity, and that the metal brush end isn’t made of body-safe material. It can also be hard to disinfect and can cause pain when used on the clitoris.

A woman from Exeter, UK, caused a double-take in the Extreme Couponing and Bargains Facebook group when she posted a photo of her pink toothbrush buzzing in her hand. The post went viral and racked up almost 72,000 likes and more than 6,400 comments. Some of the comments were about the toothbrush’s use as a sex toy, but many others were in disbelief that she had even tried it.

Whether you’re on a budget or just curious about what a toothbrush can do for your body, it’s definitely worth a try. Just make sure to wash it with body-safe soap and use a condom, as well as disinfect it after every use.

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