Feb 072017
Satisfyer 2 Review

This is my 3rd Satisfyer review in as many days and I feel like the Satisfyer 2’s theme song should be “I Can’t Get No (Satisfaction)”. Due to my love of the Womanizer PRO40, in large part because of the up and down intensity navigation buttons, you would think that I’d be recommending the Satisfyer […]

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Feb 062017
Satisfyer 1 Review

The cheapest in price, the Satisfyer 1 is battery-powered and simple. The silicone nozzle head is the one that is the most similar to the Satisfyer Pro 2 (and the Womanizer line) – it is large, fits securely over the plastic head guide, and appears to be more comfortable due to its fat shape and […]

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Feb 052017
Satisfyer Pro Penguin Review

The Satisfyer Pro Penguin is cute, I can’t deny it. It could be considered the most “femme” of all the Satisfyer designs, and it’s also the smallest. As I write the reviews on the Satisfyer models, and see others rate the Pro Penguin favorably, I wonder if I’m perhaps being too picky. And then I […]

Jan 262017
Tiny Review: Tenga Iroha Yoru

This looks like a really strange sex toy. I know. As I was using the Iroha Yoru during testing I found myself wondering what I was thinking when I requested to review it. I guess I was thinking “Everybody will be picking the Kushi and Tori, I should write about the Other One, the world […]

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Jan 222017
Social Media for Adult Businesses: 5 Steps to Fix Your F*ck Up

The most popular session I attended at #SFS16 was #SFSMedia or ‘Navigating Social Media Practices for Adult Businesses’ and as you’ll see, this post is drawing heavily on the tidbits of wisdom dropped by panelists Sandra Bruce (Shevibe), Metis Black (Tantus), and JoEllen Notte (Redheadbedhead.com). While I was taking notes and tweeting as best as […]

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Jan 152017
Sola Pip Remote Control Vibrator

The Sola Pip is a moderately-priced remote-controlled vibrating egg that overpromises and underdelivers. Even at the not-astronomical price of $93, it feels overpriced for the fake-out “rumbly” motor and the cheap remote control that leaves the remote-holder clueless.