Sex toy statistics: the down low on who's using what

I support any website like TheirToys.com that raises awareness of the masturbatory practices of women. Guys learn how to masturbate before we can walk, and along with dick jokes, it's one of the few topics we regularly talk about with friends. But for whatever reason, females aren't nearly as vocal about their closed-door habits. This is odd considering that, unlike male masturbation, the opposite sex actual considers female masturbation sexy. So why, you may wonder, am I such a proponent of raising awareness about how common and normal the use of masturbatory aids is among females? Because the more sexually liberated a women is, the more fun she is in bed. I'm not one of those guys who's intimidated by a ten inch, glowing vibrator, that can break dance. I welcome sexual aids into the bedroom as readily as I'd invite an attractive second female. If a turbo engine is doing all the work stimulating her, I don't have to worry if I'm hitting her g-spot or if she can get off. If she's using a vibrator, she'll get off, probably multiple times.

Here are some of the more interesting statistics from TheirToys' infochart below.

-44% of women between 18 and 60 have

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