And my vagina pretty much demands some shaft curvature.
The Tantus Flurry O2 is an aesthetically pleasing, well-designed, dual-density dildo.
Image from TantusInc.com.
See? Super pretty, while still being rather penis-y (phallic). It’s 7 inches long and 1.5 inches in diameter, making it a bit bigger than the average penis but certainly not gargantuan. Furthermore, the outer layer of softer silicone provides a nice amount of give. I have the purple Flurry, which is more vibrant in real life and a bit less stormy.
I thought that because pronounced heads usually mean great G-spot (or internal clitoral, depending upon your leanings re: the anatomy controversy) stimulation for me, that those two ridges might finally give me a insertion-based orgasm. So far, no dice. However, this is not because they don’t provide stimulation. Even though the outer layer of silicone is softer, I still would not say it’s soft. When you squeeze the Flurry O2, it gives slightly, but is not as bendable as Vixen Vixskin, another amazing dual-density silicone formulation. Because O2 is firmer, you can really still feel those ridges inside.
So why didn’t it hit the spot for me? It’s too straight for me to thrust with comfortably. I’m small, my arms are short, and my vagina has a definite upward curve to it. Trying to use a straight, slightly-bigger-than-I’m-used-to dildo took just too much away from the enjoyment of using a sex toy for me. If I have to think too much about it, if I have to be too careful, I’m apt to lose the mood. (SSRIs can fuck with your sex drive, but I’ve found I need a low dose to function, so I take the good with the bad.) Also, it kept making these popping sounds each time I attempted to thrust, and I couldn’t seem to find a position in which this didn’t happen. Some people can block that kind of thing out, but I’m not one of them. I love the quality and the care that goes into Tantus toys, so it pains me to say that this dildo just was not made for me.
If you strongly prefer curved insertables, the Flurry O2 probably isn’t for you. You might prefer Tantus Splish or Splash, though neither comes in their awesome O2. If you really enjoy a stick-straight insertable, and think those ridges would nice stimulate your G-spot or prostate (the flared base makes Flurry both anal safe and great for use in a harness), this could very well be a great pick for you.
Thank you, Tantus!