Hop Your Way to Ecstasy With a Rabbit Vibrator
Charlotte's addiction to her Rabbit Pearl (an oldie but goodie) aside, the Rabbit vibe has been called "one of the most visible contemporary signs of active female sexuality." In other words, the Rabbit vibrator's birth was a result of sex toy designers beginning to pay attention to what actually works for women and our bodies. Most of us need clitoral stimulation to reach orgasm, that's just a fact. Although there are now thousands of Rabbits to choose from, they all share one common design feature — a penetrator with an external (clitoral) stimulator. Oh, and vibration, of course.
Around the mid-80s, the first bunny hopped on over to North America. Designed in Japan, it had a phallic shaft with a cutesy cartoonish face added to counter that country's obscenity laws, plus the now-famous rabbit tickler. Sales of Rabbit vibrators were strong from the start, and toy manufacturers started catching on to the huge market potential of female-geared toys.
Our pals over at CalExotics were among the first to come out with a beaded version of the now iconic vibe. The original Jack Rabbit was packed with pleasure beads that spun around the shaft, an addition that's become almost as famous as the clitoral tickler. Now, we're lucky enough to have Rabbit vibes that can thrust, rotate, target the g-spot and even tease the butt, all while making sure the all-important clitoris is stimulated.
From the Thrusting Orgasm Bunny Vibe to the Seduce Me Vibrating Lover Rabbit Vibe, we have just the vibrator you've been looking for. As always, our top sellers automatically appear first when you're browsing. Take some time to read through our honest customer reviews for a little inspiration. First though, we'd like to take a moment to thank the woman (and we know it was a woman!) who inspired the very first Rabbit vibrator. We owe you one!