At a time when social distancing is encouraged, the importance of self-pleasure can't be overstated. We'd venture to guess that COVID-19 has led more people than ever to embrace sex toys — and even celebrities aren't exempt. In an interview about her new single, "Shake It," musician and actress Bella Thorne revealed she's found her perfect match in a seriously legendary device.
"The vibrator always hits the right spot for me," she tells InStyle. "I prefer a rabbit vibrator. I call it that because they look like rabbit ears — I don't know the real term for it."
Lucky for Thorne, that's actually what it's called. The rabbit vibrator has been around for years, with a host of brands creating their own versions. Through all of its iterations, a few key components have stuck, like a G-spot-targeting shape and, of course, a clitoral stimulator that often resembles bunny ears. Thanks to its ultra-pleasurable, user-friendly design, the rabbit has amassed fans from all walks of life. Who could forget when Sex and the City's Charlotte York first discovered its wonders?
There are countless rabbit vibrators out there, but we love these options from Better Love, CalExotics, and Lelo, all of which are incredibly discounted at Ella Paradis.
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Thorne, who came out as pansexual in 2019, has spent much of her post-Disney career discovering her sexuality. She's found joy in being adventurous, whether with sex toys or other props (she's also a fan of paddles and blindfolds for partner play). "I explore my sexuality by getting out there and not being afraid to try new things, and I like to find out what I like and do not like when it comes to sex and self-pleasure," she says.
That exploration extends into her music, which "Shake It" makes clear. The song is all about letting loose with someone you love.
"The song and music video were a way for me to be open about my sexuality, and I hope it allows my fans to feel free about their sexuality," Thorne explains. "It genuinely let me express myself and share with the public what I like about sexuality, skin, lingerie, and touching."
What advice would Thorne give others who want to embrace self-pleasure? "I would tell them to be who they are because they deserve it," she says. "Everyone deserves to feel confident and sexy in their skin. Self-pleasure is about you and your own personal preferences, and there is no right or wrong way to pleasure yourself. And it's never too late to start!"
A quality rabbit vibe could be a great place to begin.
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