Red Clocks opens up in a time not so far from here, in a political landscape that is detrimental to the health and well-being of the women of America. The setting feels all too real, and eerily familiar. One can so easily see the turns in the road that will lead us from here to there. Continue reading “Red Clocks by Leni Zumas”
Silicone lube is not always a favorite among people. It has a reputation of sheet-staining and creating forever-slippery spots on floors. Because of this, it can be a nightmare to travel with. It also isn’t as natural as water- and aloe-based lubes, and tends to be more expensive. Another point is that, while silicone is a popular and body-safe sex toy material, silicone lubes shouldn’t be used with them, as they could potentially ruin what is more than likely to be a very expensive toy. Continue reading “Silicone Lubricants: Uberlube vs. Sliquid Silver”
People these days love organic things, anything environmentally friendly to make them feel a little better about the way they move about the world. Organic and environment friendliness also tend to be seen as more body-friendly. But is Good Clean Love (GCL) body friendly? Well, I have some opinions on that.
Continue reading “Almost Naked vs. Cinnamon Vanilla/Guilty Pleasure by Good Clean Love”
I had heard great things about Sutil. Several bloggers had mentioned the favored company, so I reached out to them to see for myself what everyone was raving about. More expensive than other lubricants, I wanted to see if their quality could stand up to their word of mouth as well as their price tag. Continue reading “Sutil Luxe by Hathor”
Sometimes you just want to go back to basics. You don’t always need stimulating creams to have a good time. So you keep it simple by grabbing a bottle of water-based, no-frills lubricant. Continue reading “Sliquid Organics Natural vs. Sliquid Naturals H2O”
My first year as a blogger has come to a close. It’s been one year since I stopped attending class, because they handed me a fancy piece of paper that said “Degree,” which cost me roughly $30,000. Continue reading “A Year in Review: 2017”
Consent is a hot topic these days (see pussy-grabber). Yet in spite of the massive amount of information, I have still had a difficult time understanding what active consent and communication even look like. Then came the Woodhull Sexual Freedom Summit, Godemiche-Gate, and this amazing book. Continue reading “Ask: Building Consent Culture edited by Kitty Stryker”