Position of the Week: Silent Vibe

by Lucy

on 2 Dec 2022

Forget calm and bright; with Silent Vibe, you're all cued up for an exhilarating evening of sensation. Lock your door and lube up your fave clitoral suction vibrator, then lean back and enjoy puffs of perfectly pleasurable air against your oh-so-sensitive clit.

POTW Silent Vibe


Find a comfortable standing position and lean back, supporting yourself on one arm. Brace your foot against the surface behind you for support and place your vibrator of choice against your clitoris.


This position is a great way to go on a journey with your own body's reactions to pleasure, as well as giving you easy access to your clitoris.


If your legs start to tremble, you can slide back a little further so your surface of choice supports your weight.

Make it even better

Really heighten your sensitivity with some orgasm gel. Also, if clitoral stimulation isn't for you, try using a remote control vibrator instead.

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Written by Lucy. Lovehoney Editorial Team
If you think that an exciting sex life starts and ends with Missionary then Lucy, who has worked at Lovehoney for over a decade, is here to enlighten you with her ever-popular ‘Position of the Week’ blogs.
Lucy also loves making the world of sex and sex toys easy to learn about, and you'll often find her with her head in a book researching her latest A to Z guide

Originally published on 2 Dec 2022. Updated on 28 Nov 2022