“Everyone wanted a vibe check,” she added over clips of friends touching the vibrator through her skirt. “Was it restaurant appropriate? I don’t know, but we had fun.”
Chantelle has always been happy to talk about sex, sex toys and share her own experiences, but the clips where a whole new level of intimate for the sexologist - and fans loved it.
“To celebrate pride I decided to try something new to bring me pleasure,” she penned over a video of her holding up a music activated vibrator.
Showing off the sex toy, which is designed to slip into your knickers for discreet wear, Chantelle said it was “designed to sit on the clitoris” but could work for other anatomies too.
“It’s a really fun toy and can be versatile,” she penned, before cutting to the restaurant video that left fans speechless - and a bit jealous.
The specific vibrator she used is the Juno from Lovehoney, which is described as a “music-activated knicker vibrator. Designed to slip into your pants [and] buzz along to your favourite tunes.”
It retails for $99.95 on the Lovehoney website, but it’s certainly not the only wearable vibrator on the market.
WildSecrets sell the Satisfyer Sexy Secret Panty Vibrator With App for just $56.99 if you’re after a bargain, while We-Vibe’s Moxie underwear vibrator is a bit pricier at $149.