MIAMI, Feb. 11, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- A study conducted by Ella Paradis, leading online retailer of sexual health & wellness products, revealed 86.2% of people believe sex toys improve their sex life, and 83.1% of people intend to use sex toys this Valentine's Day. 1,160 of users participated in this study asking questions about why people are using toys and what type of toys they are using.
"When I started Ella Paradis, my goal was to improve the sex lives of those around me. I heard stories of women with certain health conditions making it extraordinarily difficult to reach orgasm. I've met men with performance issues due to diabetes. The trans community has told me sex toys make it possible to connect with their partner," remarked Tino Dietrich, CEO of Ella Paradis. "But to see the data proving sex toys have improved sex lives, I know my mission has only just begun."
Since so many respondents feel sex toys improved their sex lives, Ella Paradis took this one step deeper to better understand the why behind this feeling. With 86.2% of their respondents noting they use a vibrator, they asked the question, "Why do you use a vibrator?"
32.6% of respondents noted "There's no specific reason, just because," showing how most people have no specific reason, but the fact that they do significantly improves their sex life. 29% of respondents noted it allows them to experience a blended orgasm during sex, which is a combination of both a vaginal and a clitoral orgasm. 15.9% noted they have a better orgasm from a vibrator than from sex, 11.6% said they struggle to reach orgasm with their partner during sex, and 8.37% noted they use a vibrator because they don't have a partner. That means 56.5% of respondents use a vibrator to amplify their sexual experience in some way, shape or form.
With the majority using a vibrator during sex, the next question inquired the frequency of which respondents use a vibrator during sex. 72.5% noted sometimes, 17.4% every time, and only 10.1% noted never. This means, a whopping 89.9% of respondents use a vibrator during intercourse, whether sometimes or all the time. Given this information, Ella Paradis went even deeper to see what type of vibrators are being used during sex.
54.3% said a clitoral stimulator, which encompass multiple types of vibrators as it's anything stimulating the clitoris. This could be a wand, a bullet, a finger vibrator, or a suction/sonic wave vibrator engulfing the clitoris without touching it to prevent hyper-stimulation. 14.5% said other, 13% said a traditional/rabbit vibrator, 6.5% said wand, 5.8% said a bullet/finger vibrator and 5.1% said a dildo. This falls in line with current statistics stating around 70% of women require clitoral stimulation to reach orgasm.
As mentioned in the beginning of this article, 83.1% of respondents noted they intend to use sex toys this Valentine's Day while 16.9% said they did not intend to use toys this upcoming holiday. With this in mind, Ella Paradis further inquired as to what type of sex toy they will be using this Valentine's Day.
Falling in line with the popularity of vibrators and vibrator sex, the majority (39.8%) noted they will be using a vibrator, 36.1% said they will be using multiple sex toys, 6.8% said a cock ring, 4.5% said bondage toys, 4.5% said a dildo, 4.5% said other and only 3% noted they will be using anal toys.
Sex toys and specifically vibrators have become increasingly popular with the stigma of sex and sex toys being lifted in the recent years. The data from Ella Paradis' survey serves as proof society is open to the thought of sex toys and embracing their possible benefits. To learn more about these toys and to find something for yourself or your partner this Valentine's Day, head to the Ella Paradis website!
Founded in 2015, Ella Paradis is on a mission to bring everyone pleasure with premium products and quality service. They hope to empower adults by providing optimal solutions, resources and content to improve their quality of life through informed decisions on sexual health and wellness. They are working to provide an environment where everyone feels comfortable embracing their sexuality without feeling shamed or degraded. They are committed to making the experience of pleasure affordable and accessible for everyone, while simultaneously breaking stigmas surrounding sexuality.
SOURCE Ella Paradis