Buzz-Worthy New Film Touts Best Sexual Invention in History (VIDEO)

I would be hard pressed to think of a single invention more crucial to female sexual pleasure than the vibrator. For many women, it's the only way they can orgasm, and it can be an amazing, eye (and leg) opening device for women who are in or out of relationships. In short: It's the single most important sexual invention for women next to the birth control pill.

First marketed during Victorian times as a means to cure "hysteria" in women, a condition in women marked by irritability, anger, or tears, the vibrator was known as a "vulvar stimulator." It treated the illness and became the number one way for women to treat their own "hysteria" 100+ years later.

Thank goodness for those doctors! And now there is a Hollywood movie all about them. It's called Hysteria. See for yourself:


In all seriousness, the invention did revolutionize sex for women. Instead of being only about the man and his pleasure, the vibrator gave hope to women who aren't lucky enough to orgasm through intercourse or to have a partner who cared enough to help them get there in other ways.

If you've never had an orgasm and don't own a vibrator, get to the store immediately. They're even available in drug stores now. The idea that a woman's pleasure was equal to the man's was revolutionary back then. But in some parts of the world, it still is.

Vibrators are the great equalizer in that regard. I can't wait to learn more about the history.

Will you see this movie?


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