Violet Wand Tips and Tricks

#1.  Take your time.  It takes a while to learn floggers and singletails and other toys and tools.  Now add electricity to a toy and you will have your best success if you relax while you learn.  You can pick up a violet wand and play with it in 5 minutes, but as you add tools and techniques you’ll want to give yourself space and time to become used to them. Don’t try to learn it or do it all at once.

#2. Practice on yourself first.  While some techniques aren’t possible to do by yourself, if you spend some time getting to your know your wand, just you and it, you’ll get to know what it feels like and what you can expect it to do before you start using it on someone else.

#3. Don’t give the electricity a shortcut.  With violet wands, the toys and accessories and techniques give the violet wand electricity a path to follow to get it where you want it to go.  But you might accidentally make a different road for it to use or even a shortcut and then its going to use the shortcut.  This might be from touching a table, bumping into a cable, or getting something too near the business end.  Anywhere you accidentally make a shorter path for the current, the electricity will take it instead.

#4.  Manage your current.  Think about where your cables are, where any contact points might be that could draw off the current, where your tools or bottom partner might be in contact with conductive surfaces.  You can adjust the accessories and your partner or even put buffers in between. Draw mental pictures of the route you want your electrical output to take and see if anything is in the way to block it or interfere or send it in a different direction.

#5. Start low and go slow.  People experience electricity different ways.  Some people might not feel certain electrodes the way you think they will.  Or their skin may react quicker than you expect. Some will not even respond to the type of vw output.  Even different parts of the same person’s body can feel violet wand current differently.

#6.  Wear footwear if you’re not on a carpeted floor.  A top using indirect technique can send a lot of electricity down through their bare feet, and it could leave you wondering why your wand feels low and your bottom is laughing at you.  You might even start to get sparks yourself.

#7. You’re going to get sparked accidentally.  You’re going to bump a cable, get too close to the nose, touch something metal (even the wand itself), lean against the table, and you’ll get the spark instead that you meant for your bottom.  Tops wear studs and chains, and those kinds of metal objects are just begging to cross your vw current path. Now it will happen less and less as you learn to keep your zippers out of the way.  If you want to guarantee that you never get an accidental shock, an electrical toy probably isn’t the best thing for you.

#8.  Prepare for attention.  If you take your wand out in public, it will always draw a crowd.  Help make more converts!

#9.  Talk to other users.  There is still a lot of discovery of tricks and techniques and toys to use with a wand and the more people you talk with, the more ideas you can exchange to make your wand play as full as it can be.  A lot of wand play revolves around your own creativity.

#10.  The vw orgasm is no myth.  The combination of electrical stimulation plus increased circulation in the area makes it more than possible. Definitely its an obtainable goal to work on!

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