The first step to buying a vibrator is knowing what you want. This may sound like a no-brainer, but it can be harder than you think. It's important that you know what kind of stimulation feels good or bad for your body and that you have an intimate understanding of how your partner likes (or doesn't) their body stimulated as well. It's not enough to just say "I like this" or "that feels good." Your opinion matters—but so does the reality of your preferences and what works best for both parties involved in the sex act.Asking these questions will help: Do I prefer vibrations? Manual stimulation? Both? How intense should my long distance toys be? Is there anything about my partner’s body I particularly enjoy touching or being touched by?Once you've gotten all these things down, it will be much easier to identify which toys might suit both partners' needs best!