My Mystery Vibe Crescendo Review is a little mix of everything, which is fitting, because the Crescendo is a little mix of everything as well. When the people at Luvoqa contacted me about reviewing the Crescendo, I was intrigued and said yes immediately. The actual toy has been a mixed bag, but overall, I’m a… Read more Mystery Vibe Crescendo Review
Sometimes, vibrators are amazing triumphs of engineering perfectly aligned to my needs, and I love them for those reasons. And sometimes, vibrators are cute and moderately successful, and while they’re not earth-shattering or unique, they’re pretty good. The Whale vibrator from IMToy‘s Zoo line falls into the latter category. While it’s not perfect, it has… Read more IMToy Zoo Whale Review: Whale, It’s Not Bad!
My History with We-Vibe When Luvoqa invited me to write this We-Vibe Wish review, I flashed back to my first encounter with We-Vibe. About nine years ago, I was browsing my local sex shop and saw a new product. Just called the We-Vibe, it was the toy that would evolve into the We-Vibe Sync. Intended to be… Read more We-Vibe Wish Review: A Love Letter
Happy Masturbation Month, folks! It’s that time of year again, when folks like me talk about self-love and the Twittersphere is rife with the #MasturbationMonth hashtag. My pinned tweet gets a fair amount of reblogging this month. Some gif advice for #MasturbationMonth : this is not how to deal with a clitoris. pic.twitter.com/YOWHHx7M56 — Elia… Read more Fun Factory Delight Review: If Only It Was a Delight
I’m excited to write this Tantus Cush O2 Review because it is groundbreaking territory for me in several ways. It’s a toy I totally changed my mind about, it’s setting some records in the drawer, and it got me off in a way I’ve never gotten off before. Let’s begin, shall we? My Cush Origin… Read more Tantus Cush O2 Review: It’s Not a Thermos, But Wow
Lately, the body positivity movement has been making some cool steps forward in fat activism and the visibility of fat bodies in the media. It’s showing up more and more. Refinery29 is running their 67% project, based on the fact that plus-size women make up 67% of the population and resolving to show plus-size women in 67% of… Read more Who’s Afraid of Fat Bodies? Stamp Collecting and the Threat of Fat Activism
Writing my Fun Factory Laya II review is worth it just for that incredibly punny post title alone. I love when the names of toys let me make puns about them. Last month, Fun Factory sent me their Laya II, a new version of the Layaspot, in exchange for an honest review. This is that… Read more Fun Factory Laya II Review: Laya It On Me!
Getting the toy in my hands to write a Tantus Rumble review has been a far more difficult endeavor than I anticipated. Tantus doesn’t send them out to just anyone to review; you need to have a proven track record of doing reviews, I think, and I’m early in my Tantus career. Needless to say, when Tantus… Read more Tantus Rumble Review: Rumbles and Grumbles
I get a lot of positive feedback from friends and family about my willingness to step outside of my comfort zone in most aspects of my life. I’ve been told I’m brave on many occasions, which is always a weird compliment to get, since I’m not a soldier or a police officer or an activist.… Read more Doing Scary Things
Body modification has been on my mind quite a bit lately, because I have several piercings and tattoos and I’m about to get another piercing soon. While there is much less judgment now than there has been in the past regarding piercings and tattoos, a number of prejudices still linger, and I want to talk about… Read more Body Modification and Feminism: My Body, My Mods