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vibrator

 [vi´bra-tor]
an apparatus used in vibratory treatment.

vi·bra·tor

(vī'brā-tŏr, tōr),
An instrument used for imparting vibrations.

vibrator

Robopenis Gynecology A cylindrical battery powered device with an internal motor that generates periodic oscillations, traditionally used as an autostimulator/sexual aid. See Sex toy.

vibrator

An electrically driven reciprocating device used to apply low-frequency repetitive force for the purpose of massaging any part of the body.
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In addition, 74% of respondents reported that they are engaging in various types of sexual experimentation, including the use of vibrators.
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Today, the vibrator is as common in households as the toaster.
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Standing 45 inches tall, the male version, the Carpenter vibrator, was reproduced using a bar stool, a pipe, a lamp part and an airbrush hose.
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She wants to produce vibrators that look girly, pretty and appealing, rather than looking like they have been taken straight from an erotic movie.
Brenan, the proprietor of an adult business, was arrested under this statute for promoting obscene devices, including vibrators. (42) The jury found her guilty on both counts, and the trial court sentenced her to two years at hard labor and a $1,500 fine for each count.
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Around the time of that magazine meeting, I was finishing a photography project with a friend, called "The Daily Grind: A Day in the Life of One Very Red Vibrator." The photos portrayed me performing everyday household tasks accompanied by a vibrator.
He spells out how those in the business of marketing treatments have frequently played on the public's social values and general fear of disease to promote products as varied as laxatives, strenuous health regimens, and rectal dilators and vibrators. In his on-going discussion of the selling of constipation, he seems to be claiming that the public was duped into the false belief that a daily bowel movement was necessary for continued good health by misguided doctors, well-meaning health reformers, and greedy pitchmen.