L’Amourose Prism V: In Which I Listen to My Body

The L'Amourose Prism V deeply confuses me. Not because I don't like it, but because it took everything I thought I knew about how I liked my vibrations and upended them completely. Normally, I'm a fan of relatively pinpoint vibrations. I would actually say that "fingertip vibrations" is more accurate. The Crave Vesper would be far too pinpoint for me, while most wands are far too broad. My sweet spot is usually the tips of G-spot or clitoral vibrators (think We-Vibe Touch, LELO Siri 2, or Mona 2). So imagine my surprise when I find myself totally getting off to the side of ...

Lovehoney Desire Luxury G-Spot Vibrator

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Lovehoney Desire: Luxury Line, Approachable Price If you're not too familiar with Lovehoney, you might not know that the sex toy giant has a few of their own toy lines, including Lovehoney Desire. Generally speaking, their house lines are more affordable but aim to provide similar levels of quality to what you'd find with a known brand. If you're a makeup junkie, you might compare the Desire line to the Sephora Collection. The entire Desire line is made of velvety purple silicone, is rechargeable, and is waterproof. They also come with really nice, subtle zippered cases for easy travel and storage. In ...

Review: JeJoue Uma G-spot Vibrator

Thanks to Trystology, I finally got to try a vibrator that's been on my wishlist for quite a long time: The JeJoue Uma. Uma is a G-spot vibrator made by the luxury brand JeJoue. You might know JeJoue from their very popular MiMi and MiMi Soft, or from one of their new teledildonic releases, Dua and Nuo. While not as flashy as Dua or Nuo, in my opinion, Uma is a beautiful design with some very well thought out perks. FYI, this is the most advanced piece of photo editing I've done in a very long time. Uma excels in terms of its ...

Minna Ola (Rest in Peace, Burlesque Toy Shoppe)

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If you're not familiar with Minna Life, you should be. Especially if you're a fan of small brands and vibrating patterns. They currently have two toys on the market (Minna Ola and Minna Limon) and one in the works (Minna K-Goal). All of their toys use squeezable air pillows to create highly responsive patterns. Minna Ola vs. Minna Limon I own both Ola and Limon, but my preference is definitely for Ola. My problem with Limon was that the vibrations resonated throughout the whole toy. For some people, this is awesome. For me, it was distracting. With Ola, though, that's not a problem. ...

Bbold by Bswish: Bdisappointed

The Bbold by Bswish couldn't Bworse. When I initially pulled the Bbold from its - admittedly pretty - packaging, I was excited. It helped a lot that Diddleworks, who sent me the Bbold in exchange for my honest review, included an extra soft storage sack and a lovely postcard. I'm a sucker for a little swag, it's true. Beyond that, the Bbold had a nice curve and I thought it might be a little bit like the Je Joue Uma, which I'm still hoping to get my hands on. At first, when I saw the depression on the bottom of the vibrating ...