Review: POP Ejaculating Dildo

POP ejaculating dildoThe POP ejaculating dildo could have been the subject of a large, creepy photo collage on my wall of clipped news articles. Usually, I’m more aloof when it comes to new toys, semi-jaded from so many “revolutionary” and “ground-breaking” flops, but the POP’s collaboration between Semenette (a company focused on sanitary ejaculating dildos) and Fun Factory (a company that I already trust to make quality toys) definitely intrigued me.

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Base Love: The VixenAire Mustang

Ever since I strapped on my first cock, I’ve known the pain of a bruised mons after a hard fuck, and I’m not alone. You can even buy a tiny pillow attachment for your harness or a silicone insert to combat it. Although, it wasn’t until I tried the VixSkin VixenAire Mustang that I legitimately felt like my vulva was being cradled during strap-on sex instead of punched.

If you’ve seen the original Vixen Mustang (or really any dildo) you’ll notice that the Aire is a little… different. It has a very shapely base. That’s because the base holds a small pocket of air that transfers into the lower part of the shaft when pushed on. The intention is to add a pulsing sensation for the receptive partner when used during strap-on play, since the wearer’s thrusting will cause the shaft to inflate.

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Review: SpareParts Tomboi Harness

Tell Me How You Really Feel
The SpareParts Tomboi is my go-to harness. It’s simple and durable and it keeps me cock in place [evidenced by me packing/dancing in it here]. Strap-style harnesses like the Joque have the benefit of adjustability, which is great if multiple people are sharing one or if you need extra support for a larger/ heavier toy. They also allow for genital access, and we all know the positive implications of that. However, for most toys and situations, I prefer the ease, comfort, and functionality of the Tomboi.

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Review: Tantus Pack ‘n Play No.1

Tell Me How You Really Feel
When testing the Tantus Pack ‘n Play No.1, my partner suspiciously questioned what I was doing as I dug around in my pants. I replied, “Trying to pack the No.1, but…?” to which she nodded, “Yeah, I’ve tried.” The No.1 may not be the best for packing, but I definitely can’t shoot it down, because it’s a fantastic dildo for so many other reasons.

The Basics
Material: silicone
Insertable length: 6.75″
Width: 1.75″
Base width: 2.25″

The Good, The Bad, And The Details
Tantus is skilled at taking good designs and switching them up, and the Pack ‘n Play No.1 is no exception: it’s the Vamp design but made with ultra-squishy silicone. It’s a simple dildo with a phallic head and light vein texture along its straight shaft. Since there’s no curve or bulbous head, g/p-spotting is not what the No.1 is good at, and the vein texture is pretty stealthy in this soft silicone. However, the Sulcus (AKA the space beneath the Corona AKA the under-head-area) provides a decent amount of sensation for me. It gives my muscles a bit of definition to grasp onto, and while it’s not a ton of sensation, it’s enough to keep my vagina from being bored. Another thing that differentiates this shape from so many other phallic dildos is that the shaft tapers to a smaller diameter near the base, which makes the size feel more filling. This dick is made by the details.

Speaking of details, the surface is a velvety, matte finish along the shaft with a glossier head. I adore when Tantus does this (e.g. another fave, the Adam)! One, because it looks great and two, the glossy head allows fluids to glide over it for easier insertion. Tantus, gettin’ me hot with that simple, functional design.

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Velvet Nest: The Saga of a Strap-On Scam

Breaking my little femme heart.

When I received this harness, I wanted to hold a public press conference to spread the word of its majesty. Velvet Nest harnesses look like lingerie, they are sturdy and soft, and they have an adjustable velcro design that keeps my cock in place. The first time I tried it on, I romped around for an hour, checking out my butt and pairing it with different cocks [black harnesses may match everything, but there’s something supremely satisfying about coordinating my dildo with my harness]. It’s been two years since then and I haven’t written a review, despite my adoration, because I can’t recommend buying from such an unreliable and unreachable company.

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