I’ve never considered myself a big jewelry person. I don’t wear bracelets, and my wedding ring spends evenings on my nightstand. I have a large collection of dangly earrings gathering dust as they wait for fancy occasions that rarely come. Continue reading “Vesper by Crave”
When an adult store gets a new toy in stock, some companies will send testers to put into display stands for customers to try out (with their hands only). When we got the Nova at work, we got a lot of testers, more than we could possible put on display. To clear things out, I got to take one home to try myself. I had heard many fantastic things from fellow bloggers, and was curious as to how this dual vibrator would compare to the ones before it. Continue reading “Nova by We-Vibe”
Trekking through the wilderness of fascinating Fun Factory shapes, I came across the Tiger G5, a ribbed, teal creature that promised a rumble in my jungle. Boasting an uncircumcised phallus and prominent ribcage, I decided to document my experiences with the beautiful Tiger. Continue reading “Tiger G5 by Fun Factory”
Among the many great experiences I had at the Woodhull Sexual Freedom Summit this year, there was also the opportunity to sign up for review products from Doxy and San Francisco Sheets. With Doxy, I had an option of which of their products to sign up for. Choosing between the original Doxy (it comes in glitter!) and the Doxy Number 3 was immensely difficult, but I eventually decided to go for the one that doesn’t already have a thousand reviews written about it. Continue reading “No. 3 by Doxy and Fluid Proof Throw by Sheets of San Francisco”
Another day, another Satisfyer review. While, yes, I realize that this is only the second review I’ve written for them, it’s also the fourth toy I’ve tried, one of which has already been discontinued, though the review was posted within the last few months.
Continue reading “Satisfyer Pro 2 Next Generation by Satisfyer”
Some people say that size matters, while others say it’s all about how you use it. Personally, I’ve always been in the “how you use it” camp. It’s more body inclusive, and it doesn’t make anyone feel ashamed of themselves. This is why I can enjoy using both the Godemiche Ambit with it’s bulky head, as well as the Mysteryvibe Crescendo, which is about as big around as two fingers (I have large hands with long, skinny fingers, so about two Ticonderoga No. 2 pencils thick, and about four wide). Continue reading “Crescendo by Mysteryvibe”