Aug 282016
Dorr Silker G-Spot Vibrator Review

When Shevibe asked me to review something from a new brand, the Dorr Silker was the design that caught my eye the most. I love g-spot vibrators that have a swooping curve, but straight styles never do anything for me.  When I heard that the Silker would be priced under $100, I had to check […]

Aug 212016
Tenga Iroha Kushi

The Tenga Iroha Kushi is many things. Cute. Pinpoint. Soft. Plush. Rumbly. Powerful. Is it any wonder that I immediately fell in love with the Iroha Kushi and simultaneously cursed myself for having given away, years ago, my Iroha Midori? The Midori wasn’t for me; it wasn’t very rumbly and I didn’t feel it was […]

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Aug 142016
Soothing the Genital Burn: When Toxic Toys or Poison Lube Strike

If your vulva is on fire, if your vagina feels like fire ants invaded your space the confusion and fear can result in days (or weeks) of pain. If you don’t suspect your cheap sex toy or dubious lube, think again. You may not have a yeast infection or bacterial vaginosis, you may be suffering from a mild chemical burn. Hopefully the following tips can help you soothe the burn.

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Jul 312016
Ask Lilly: Can I Put My Sex Toy in the Dishwasher?

For people with a lot of dildos and butt plugs, there’s a really fast way to sanitize your sex toys: The dishwasher. But this cleaning method isn’t as straightforward as it seems! There are some rules and tips that must be followed, but first I want to talk about something important: sanitizing versus sterilizing and how your dishwasher fits into it. Sterilizing means that you are killing ALL living organisms, whereas sanitizing is killing “most” – enough to make things safe for public consumption. When we are talking about cleaning, there’s cleaning (removing dirt and fluids and cat hair), then sanitizing, then disinfecting, then sterilizing. To understand more about this

Jul 242016
Is your Clitoris a Lefty or a Righty?

I talk a lot about my clitoris that loves pinpoint stimulation and how it’s a “righty”. This isn’t uncommon, but one reader had no clue! So what is your clitoris. a righty? Lefty? Ambidextrous? A leave-it-alone-y? Whichever it is, you’re normal. You’re not broken.

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Jul 192016
Satisfyer Pro 2 Review

I need to start off by saying that I’m a bit reluctant to like and recommend the Satisfyer Pro 2. And no, it’s not because of the y-instead-of-i cutesy spelling that reminds me of that sex toy store we won’t talk about anymore. It’s because I find rip-off designs to be problematic. It’s because I think epi24 has a patent pending on the Womanizer and if they’ve patented “pulsating air” coming out of a silicone nozzle focused on a clitoris, then the company who makes Satisfyer is going to be in deep shit. It’s also because the Satisfyer Pro 2 is a fraction of the price and is waterproof, unlike the Womanizer. I have maintained in each review of the Womanizer that the price is way too fucking high. But the Satisfyer Pro 2 is $60 whereas the Womanizer W500 (also sometimes called the “Pro” version) is $220 at SheVibe, and the W100 is $160. Satisfyer has made every effort to be like the Womanizer, right down to a cutesy name, a removable silicone head with a cone nozzle and the “touchless” aspect. So the drastic difference in price has me skeptical, yet unsure at this point who to direct this skepticism at – is the Womanizer trying to empty our bank accounts, whereas the Satisfyer is much more accurately and reasonably priced? Or is the Satisfyer Pro 2 so affordable that one has to wonder what the catch is? Where is the Satisfyer Pro? If there’s not a 1, why is there a 2? Was there a non-Pro version? Who is this Pro – the user it’s marketed towards, or the device itself? Am I really this jaded? All valid questions, folks.

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