Vibrators (Rabbit Paloqueth Vibrator in Pink)

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Vibrators (Rabbit Paloqueth Vibrator in Pink) by Mind Map: Vibrators (Rabbit Paloqueth Vibrator in Pink)

1. Usage

1.1. Battery powered - rechargable

1.1.1. Lasts 3 hours per charge of 2 hours

1.1.2. Given charger allows you to charge it on your PC, wall charger, power bank or in a car charger.

1.2. Can be used alone or with a partner

1.2.1. Healthy relationship with a significant other in which vibrator may be used as loving object during intimate moments

1.3. Can be used as a stress reliever

1.4. Phallic shape is curved to hit the "G-spot"

1.4.1. Penis shaped head of the vibrator shaped to accommodate smooth insertion into a women’s vagina.

1.4.1.1. Shapes conjure up the idea of a heteorsexual relationship due to the phallic shape of the toy

1.4.2. Attention goes to both the phallic head shape and rabbit ears meant for the clitoris

1.5. Sexual deviance kept a secret from family

1.5.1. Can be seen as women's sexual freedom or sexual oppression based on circumstance of the person

1.6. manufactured with a “core idea that customers should enjoy sexual life without reservation

1.7. Vibrating head that has 9 vibration patterns, also has two motors one in the “head of the vibrator” and one that moves the bunny ears for clitoral stimulation.

1.8. Vibrators can help with improving singing techniques

1.8.1. Hand held vibrators had the same frequency as the human voice (100-200 Hz). It was used on singers’ neck to relax their larynx.

1.9. Vibrators banned due to being linked to pornography, which complies with laws criminalizing female sexual pleasure

1.9.1. Advocacy for fewer sex toy regulations: no public health concern, no harm even purportedly done to anybody else, and, usually, no corresponding laws against Viagra.

2. Symbolism

2.1. Women's empowerment

2.2. Sign of maturity - people eventually become brave enough to publicly purchcase/desire to sexually experiment

2.3. Imagery - bunny

2.3.1. Shape is phallic and a clitoral stimulator in the shape of a bunny

2.3.2. Playboy bunny/sexy bunny costumes; rabbits as sexually personified

2.3.2.1. Playboy has been using the image of a rabbit since 1953

2.3.2.2. “The rabbit, the bunny, in America has a sexual meaning; and I chose it because it’s a fresh animal, shy, vivacious, jumping – sexy. First it smells you then it escapes, then it comes back, and you feel like caressing it, playing with it." - Hugh Hefner

2.3.3. The expression "fucking like rabbits"

2.3.4. the etymology of the word rabbit traces back to the word coney, which started off as a term for the young of an animal in the 14 century.

2.3.4.1. later the British are said to have used it as a pun for the term cunny cunt which referred to tricking a woman into sex.

2.3.5. In 1591, the term coney-catcher was coined to mean a cheat.

2.3.6. became slang for vagina, sex and women, as the word sound similar to the word cunt, as it used to be pronounced cunny but changed to coney with a long o like honey

2.4. Conservatives think it is deviant

3. General information/knowledge

3.1. 1984’s- was brought to North America by Vibratex the importers of the Hitachi Magic Wand

3.1.1. Vibratex takes credit for the first rabbit dual action vibrator

3.2. 1983 Japan to avoid obscenity laws they created cute creature vibrators instead of the hot dog looking ones or ones that looked too veiny

3.3. Historically, vibrators used to have to be plugged in to be used - very dangerous

3.4. Made out of silicone

3.4.1. Special type of silicone made to be safe for body insertion

3.4.2. Advertised as being environmentally friendly material

3.5. Typically given feminine colours such as pink

3.5.1. The colour pink from China actually resembled the colour of an uncooked hot dog

3.6. Used in movies and TV shows

3.6.1. Often portrayed as being used by a single or lonely woman; negative connotations

3.6.2. 1998- was made popular by TV show Sex and the City

3.6.2.1. Women discussed vibrators in opposition to men, making people fear vibrators as male replacements

3.6.2.1.1. Funny acronym – BOB “Battery-Operated Boyfriend”

3.6.3. 2005- Eva Longoria brings it back into the media

3.6.4. 2006- Oprah’s endorses the Rabbit in her magazine

3.7. Product and the knowledge of it has an entire sales team dedicated to it

3.7.1. Company says its customer services members have professional knowledge of the product to save the customer time and money

3.8. Sex toy reviewers are generally one of the only places that text information can be found on the product

3.8.1. Most information about it is posted as educational or helpful

3.9. Not learned about in school due to conservative reasons

3.9.1. We are taught about sex as a reproductive act, not something to receive pleasure from (which is what sex toys do, which results in us not learning about sex toys)

3.9.1.1. Females are taught to be child bearers and are not supposed to enjoy sex

3.9.2. Most people learn about sex toys from movies, friends, internet, etc. and not in school, sex ed class, etc.

3.10. Countries where vibrators are banned: Maldives, Saudi Arabia, The United Arab Emirates, Thailand, Vietnam, India, Malaysia, The United States (Alabama),

3.10.1. Alabama 1998 Anti-Obscenity Enforcement Act criminalizes the selling of sex toys

3.10.2. In Vietnam, import of sex toys into the country are not allowed; passengers who fly in with sex toys must hand them over at customs with the object being returned upon leaving Vietnam

4. Marketing

4.1. Sold in sex shops

4.1.1. Stores typically keep vibrators in the back

4.1.2. Must be of a certain age to buy them

4.1.2.1. Under. Canadian Law the age of consent for sexual activity is 16, while sex toy retailers restrict access to anyone under the age of 18

4.1.2.1.1. Sends the message to young people that having sex with someone is acceptable, but exploring your own body is not

4.1.2.2. Regardless of age restrictions, teens still find access to sex toys

4.1.2.2.1. Vibrator usage has the capability of being as educational to teens as sex ed would be

4.1.3. Can also be ought online which cannot control age requirements for purchase

4.1.4. When bought online, provider's name is kept secret, therefore making package discreet upon arrival

4.1.5. Blacked out/discreet window displays

4.2. Targeted at certain class levels

4.2.1. Higher price for types of products with higher quality materials used to manufacture

4.2.2. Requires special type of special lubricant and cleaning products for optimal use

4.3. Typically marketed towards women

4.3.1. Designed for women use rather than men’s use because the rabbit ears are intended to stimulate the clitoris