A few months ago I read about a new sex toy technology called electro stimulation, or e-stim, which delivers electrical shocks that allegedly make your muscles contract, tricking your body into thinking it's climaxing before bringing on a real, super-intense orgasm. Yes, you read correctly: real electric shocks. As I opened the package and wielded the somewhat menacing But for the sake of vaginas everywhere, I embraced my role as guinea pig and gave it a spin. I tested it on my hand, which it turns out was a safety hazard. Suddenly I was brought back to my elementary school science classroom, where we'd waste time playing with a shock machine. Except this time, instead of a big metal ball, the shocks were coming from a phallic object.
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But in the bedroom, it can spark a supercharged orgasm when placed on the right erogenous zones. Interest in this sexy kind of e-stim, or electrosex, is growing, says Coyote Amrich, director of purchasing and product development for sex-toy retailer Good Vibrations. Depending on the intensity, e-stim might feel tingly or like throbbing muscle contractions, says sexologist Carol Queen, PhD—either of which can put arousal on warp speed and lead to allover Os. If powerful vibrators feel a bit too intense, you might wanna sit this trend out. And if you have any sort of heart condition, you should steer clear, says Queen.