There is a belief that dildos are only used by single women, lesbians or those in a relationship but who are left alone regularly because their partner travels a lot.
Of course, vibrators are great for these women; but these days they are designed to be used by couples as well, since, apart from being another way of selflessly and generously satisfying your partner, they can act as an incentive in sexual relationships and can benefit both partners. The playful accessories give the couple a sense of exoticism and complicity, and vibrators like Mika, which stimulates the clitoris whilst the couple has penetrative sex, enable the couple to enjoy passionate and fulfilling sex.
Another myth is that vibrators are a substitute for the penis and relegates it to a secondary role. This couldn’t be further from the truth, as contact with another human being can never be substituted, or the sensitive and creative abilities of a man. However, the use of dildos is offered as a perfect accessory for lovers who wish to take advantage of technology for their sexual benefit without limits or prejudice.
Vibrators are very practical and easy to carry, therefore another myth is to say that they create dependency and that without them one isn’t capable of gaining pleasure. It is true that they provide different types of pleasure and their quality works miracles on our bodies, but we are humans and vibrators are simply an extra accessory in our sex life, which spices up our private life and makes it more imaginative and fun. But we will always need human contact, caresses, someone to make us laugh, think… it’s not supposed to work against our enjoyment of sex, but work with us; let’s enjoy ourselves and not put limits on pleasure and sex!