Tag: vibrators

I’ve never started a review with a facepalm before, but just before I started writing this, I sat with my head in my hands. Trying to ignore the feeling of impending doom, and figure out how I was going to get through it. Offline I’m prone to passive aggressions. A lot of the time I find it hard to confront uncomfortable or unpleasant issues head on.

I’m the one always trying to dodge hurt feelings,

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We’re all well of the existence of the teeth-jarringly powerful, full-sized wands out there. Their stellar reputations lead to them receiving a ton of good press. And, while they’re undeniably some of the best broad-stimulation products one can hope to own, they also come with a pretty hefty, price tag.

That, and let’s be honest, their cumbersome size, the restrictiveness of their electrical cords, and sometimes their hard-to-keep-low-key noise level,

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I don’t know why it’s taken so long for me to learn my lesson. The one where I concede that I can’t just look at a sex toy and know if I’m going to like it. It’s starting to sink in though. After being visually underwhelmed by the We-Vibe Tango, and then blown away by its sheer power. As well as having my high expectations of the Fun Factory Layaspot dashed. It looks like I’m finally getting it.

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When Metis Black, the founder of Tantus, decides to create a vibrator, people in the sex toy world tend to sit up and take notice. This includes me. When I first heard Tantus was moving forward with plans to create a universally accessible wand, I was thrilled. I rushed over to the Indiegogo Campaign page and breathlessly watched a video of Metis Black along with a whole host of sexual education personalities discussing their ideas of what a “vibrator designed for every body”

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Say it ain’t so

Today, while browsing PicoBong’s website, I was shocked to find they are still selling their version of a vibrating cock ring, the Koa. I honestly thought it would have been discontinued. Or at the very least replaced by an updated version.

The Koa is still being sold and marketed as a vibrating cock ring, right? It certainly was a couple years back when I first got mine.

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Of course, I’ve heard all the unfavorable sentiments surrounding dual stimulation or “rabbit style” vibrators. The most common criticism is, how they rarely work with the everybody’s unique anatomy. Yet, I find myself choosing my sex toys like I choose my partners. Meaning, I’d never allowed a bit of a bad reputation scare me off.

For those of you who may be new to sex toys and may be wondering why The Embrace G-Tickler is called a “rabbit style” vibrator.

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