I knew I was in for something good because the email began, “I feel like only you can understand the breathtaking sense of wonder and accomplishment I’m feeling.” Unsurprisingly, the email was about squirting. Despite already owning and loving the G-spot god that is the Pure Wand, the letter writer experienced her first ever ejaculation with the . . .
Letters from readers who buy toys based on my recommendation and then love them. Want to submit your own blurb? Read my tips here.
It’s been three years since I reviewed the NobEssence Seduction (oh my god, I’m OLD), and in that time, my extreme fervor for this dildo may have gotten lost somewhere, confined to emails and little Twitter freakouts and cruel Tumblr ultimatums. But case in point: I once had a dream I got angry, accidentally broke my . . .
Usually it takes a bit of time for my screaming endorsements to seep into the consciousness of my readers. Especially when the toys I love cost a pretty penny. But not this time. I flailed about the Jopen Comet G Wand less than two months ago, and I’m already getting reports back that peeps have bought and . . .
The story of the Jollies /Chavez Dezignz Jollet is a long and strange one. I acquired and reviewed mine just as Jollies, as a company, was petering out. Their toys were vanishing from stores, and nobody quite knew what was going on. One of my sex blogger friends, Sundae, got her hands on one and . . .
I am unabashed about my love for the NobEssence Romp. I can’t help it if it’s the best butt plug ever made, okay?! I can’t help it if I turn into a ROOOOOMP zombie every time I talk about it! But in case you don’t believe just me, or are wary to drop the cash . . .
Ah, the Tantus Alumina Motion. One of my favorite dildos. I gave one away in my blogiversary blowout, to an awesome guy by the name of Jaye Valentine. Jaye is always tweeting about the Motion — even singing to me about it — and it always makes me smile. I asked Jaye to elaborate on . . .
[This is the second installment of Postcards from the Peanut Gallery! This feature chronicles my readers’ experiences with toys I reviewed. If you want to tell me about yours, contact me.] I’m not surprised that my insanely extensive and enthusiastic review of the Eroscillator resulted in several of my readers lusting after it. Sarahbear took . . .
[Welcome to the first installment of Postcards from the Peanut Gallery! This is a feature that will chronicle my readers’ experiences with toys. If you want to tell me about yours, contact me.] It was my glowing endorsement of the Lelo Luna Beads that convinced Rachelle to get them. But beyond that, her job as . . .