Braxton's quickie for the day...
Email: This is probably your classic dumb question, but what goes into declaring an electrode to be vaginal or anal?
I consider this a highly intelligent question because of the variables to be considered. For purposes of brevity, I'll stick to the major factors:
- Girth: The vagina easily handles more girth than the anus. Typical vaginal electrode girth ranges from 1 to 1.5 inches (not unlike the human penis). Plenty of people would find such girth to be less than comfortable in an anal electrode.
- Vaginal grip: Perhaps this is the flip side of the girth argument. Many women are challenged by an electrode that's too thin because it feels like it's constantly sliding, making efforts to maintain a certain stimulation position futile.
- Positioning of the poles: The poles are the points of electrical contact. A quick observation of our vaginal electrodes will confirm that the vagina is responsive to a wide variety of stimulation points. A good anal electrode should stimulate either the anal sphincter or the prostate. Men get a special treat with our CurrentTriPole. It can stim both points simultaneously!
It's entirely possible, if you are willing to experiment, that you could join the ranks of our electrode renegades!