Echo, Echo Supersoft, and Echo Handle by Tantus

My first Tantus toy was a product of much deliberation at the dildo wall. I worked at a local adult store, and had learned enough about this company that I wanted to make sure I would pick something really great. Most of the options at work were flesh-toned or purple, and as much as I enjoy a good purple, it’s a pretty common color. I eventually decided on a white pearlescent Echo, not only because of the color, but because of the similarity of it’s large wavy shape to my much beloved Fun Factory Semolino. Continue reading “Echo, Echo Supersoft, and Echo Handle by Tantus”

Stimulating Gels by Sliquid and Intimate Earth

Italics in the ingredients list indicate the information that I found concerning the ingredient next to which the italics is used. Continue reading “Stimulating Gels by Sliquid and Intimate Earth”

Satisfyer Pro 2 Next Generation by Satisfyer

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.
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Hero by Perry Moore

This review was originally written for the Center for Sexual Pleasure and Health

Thom Creed lives with his father, working several jobs to help keep them afloat. Their lives are built on secret identities, identities that they keep hidden even from each other. These secrets play out not only through the concept of the superhero, but the idea that being gay should be hidden. Continue reading “Hero by Perry Moore”

#SFS17: Thursday

For day one of Woodhull, there was a single conference called The Color of Choice (on racial and reproductive justice) that was taking place all day. Wanting to start my day with some learning, I dressed and went downstairs, quickly finding a friend and entering the conference room. We got to take part in a song and discuss principles of reproductive justice. I learned the excellent point that you can’t have health care without reproductive
health care.
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