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Review: Electrosex Torpedo Plug (Small)

The Electrosex Torpedo Plug is the second of two accessories I received to go along with my Electrosex Deluxe Power Box. The other accessory was the Electrosex Pleasure Clamps. Unlike the Pleasure Clamps and the Torpedo Plug is a dipolar toy. However, before I go any further, a little on electrosex play.

Basically electrosex toys stimulate beneath the surface rather than on the surface like most toys and massagers and the like. An electrical current is passed through the body between two contact points in order to electrify the muscles underneath. It feels very much like a deep tissue massage at the lower levels, though it can produce painful sensations as well.

Zeus recommends not to play with any of their electrosex equipment above the waist or if you “have a pace maker, have epilepsy or other neurological disease, are pregnant, have heart disease, while driving or operating equipment,” or “near any metal objects such as piercing jewelery, rings, bracelents, or metallic IUDs.” Zeus recommends the first bit to save their own asses for selling such equipment, I believe, it can be used above the waist as long as the current doesn’t pass through the chest cavity as even at a low voltage there is risk of interfering with heart function.

Both the pads which came with the Power Box and the Pleasure Clamps used two separate connector points in order to complete the circuit for the electrical current to pass between. If one of the pads or clips was connected to your skin and the other was not you would not feel the electricity due to the incomplete circuit.

The Torpedo Plug, as I mentioned before, is a dipolar toy, which means that it contains both sides of the circuit and does not require a second connector to complete it. This makes it less complicated than the other two I have reviewed and also safer. Since it is dipolar you don’t have to worry about the current passing the chest cavity or any of that nonsense unless you use it in a way it is not intended for. You always want to make sure the power is off before inserting or removing the toy, of course.

It is made out of plastic and metal, both of which are both non-porous and phthalate-free, it can be sterilized and therefore shared between partners and orifices. This works well in either the cunt or anus, but never use it in the anus then the cunt without cleaning it between.

It’s really not that big, about the length of a finger and the width of a fat thumb, and about the same shape too. It’s not actually round, but rather oval in shape. This makes it unintimidating for both the anal novice or the electrosex novice. The idea of shoving something large that would transmit electricity within me is so much more scary than this tiny little toy. Zeus does make a large version of the plug which is slightly thicker and double the length.

The only thing that bothers me about the size and shape of it is the base, which is teeny tiny. I worry that a greedy asshole would easily suck it up inside. While the cord could be used to extract it should that happen (though that’s a very very bad idea) I would prefer to use a condom or something on the toy which could be used in an emergency. However, since the current is not able to pass
through a barrier like latex that is not possible.

Now, what does it feel like? Well, the electrical current stimulates the muscles of the chosen orifice and makes them contract. This can be extremely pleasant on the lower settings, I’ve heard it compared to being fucked but didn’t make that association when I experienced it. On the higher settings it can feel like an extreme cramp, very painful and not at all pleasant. I highly enjoyed it, especially anally, I found that using it vaginally I experienced less of a sensation and had to turn the Power Box up higher to get the same level of stimulation.

Much thanks to Tabu Toys sex toys for allowing me to review the Electrosex Torpedo Plug, the Electrosex Pleasure Clamps, and the Electrosex Deluxe Power Box!

Product Specs

Name: Electrosex Torpedo Plug

Manufacturer: Zeus

Type: BDSM/Electosex Toy

Material: Plastic, metal, and wiring.

Components: Just one piece, a plug attached to a cord with a jack on the end.

Length: 3 inches.
Width: 1 inch.

Care: 1) Make sure they are disconnected. 2) Wipe with damp cloth if dirty.
If you would like to sterilize the plug to share follow step one and then 2) Wipe with a 10% bleach solution.

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Review: Electrosex Pleasure Clamps

The Electrosex Pleasure Clamps are one of two accessories I received to go along with my Electrosex Deluxe Power Box. First, a little on electrosex play.

Basically electrosex toys stimulate beneath the surface rather than on the surface like most toys and massagers and the like. An electrical current is passed through the body between two contact points in order to electrify the muscles underneath. It feels very much like a deep tissue massage at the lower levels, though it can produce painful sensations as well.

Zeus recommends not to play with any of their electrosex equipment above the waist or if you “have a pace maker, have epilepsy or other neurological disease, are pregnant, have heart disease, while driving or operating equipment,” or “near any metal objects such as piercing jewelery, rings, bracelents, or metallic IUDs.” Zeus recommends the first bit to save their own asses for selling such equipment, I believe, it can be used above the waist as long as the current doesn’t pass through the chest cavity as even at a low voltage there is risk of interfering with heart function.

Now, the clamps. They are just one piece, two clamps attached to a cord with a jack on the end, think kinky earphones that don’t go in your ears and clip on to tender pieces of flesh. The clamps are strong enough to hold on to wherever you put them but hardly pinch at all. These are especially made for genitals, with a very soft pinch they can hang from labia or scrotum or anywhere else you want to put them!

Do not put these on nipples! Did you read what I said above about the current not passing through the chest cavity? Where are your nipples? Pretty much right over the chest cavity? Yes. So, don’t do it. The temptation to use them on your nipples is very strong, believe me, I want to every time I play with them, but it’s a bad bad bad idea. Just say no.

They can have a tendency to get a little messy depending on where you put them (inner labia are not notoriously dry), so if they get bodily juices on them and you need to clean them just remember to disconnect them completely from the box before doing so. You should always disconnect them from the box while storing or cleaning, just in case.

The current that runs through them is very much dependent on the box that they are attached to, but these do conduct currents very well. I’ve used them in one slot and adhesive pads that come with the Deluxe Power Box in the other and comparatively they are just slightly weaker than the pads, but that’s not a bad thing considering the sensitive areas you may be putting them on.

Much thanks to Tabu Toys sex toys for allowing me to review the Electrosex Pleasure Clamps and the Electrosex Deluxe Power Box!

Product Specs

Name: Electrosex Pleasure Clamps

Manufacturer: Zeus

Type: BDSM/Electosex Toy

Material: Plastic and wiring

Components: Just one piece, two clamps attached to a cord with a jack on the end, think kinky earphones that don’t go in your ears.

Care: 1) Make sure they are disconnected. 2) Wipe down with damp cloth if dirty. Simple!

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Review: Electrosex Deluxe Power Box

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Electrosex has fascinated me for a long time, but I’ve only recently started playing around with it. I was fortunate to receive a Kinky Stocking last year from FetLife for being a FetLife Greeter and within it came a Zeus Electrogasm which is a complete unit so it can be used independently without a power box. Since receiving it I have been increasingly intrigued by electrical play but the real breakthrough in my electrosex journey came when I was sent the Electrosex Deluxe Power Box.

Basically electrosex toys stimulate beneath the surface rather than on the surface like most toys and massagers and the like. An electrical current is passed through the body between two contact points in order to electrify the muscles underneath. It feels very much like a deep tissue massage at the lower levels, though it can produce painful sensations as well.

Zeus recommends not to play with any of their electrosex equipment above the waist or if you “have a pace maker, have epilepsy or other neurological disease, are pregnant, have heart disease, while driving or operating equipment,” or “near any metal objects such as piercing jewelery, rings, bracelents, or metallic IUDs.” Zeus recommends the first bit to save their own asses for selling such equipment, I believe, it can be used above the waist as long as the current doesn’t pass through the chest cavity as even at a low voltage there is risk of interfering with heart function.

The Deluxe Power Box doesn’t come with terribly detailed instructions so I had to do a bit of digging on my own. Luckily there is a lot of information on electrosex out there if you look. The kit does have an instruction booklet, but mainly it goes through basic safety instructions and equipment/button information and not the actual working of the device. Pretty much every thing you need to start playing with electrosex immediately is in here: the power box itself, three AAA batteries, two connective wires/leads, four adhesive pads, and two cord winders for each lead.

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The Deluxe Power Box really makes electrosex easy, all you really have to do is attach the pads to the leads and the leads to the power box and you can start using it immediately. The leads attach with what looks exactly like a headphone jack and plug in to either of two ports on the top of the box.

The controls are somewhat confusingly labled but also fairly easy to figure out on their own or with the aid of the manual: on and off, which are self-explanatory; strong and weak which actually turn the intensity up higher or lower when the box is on; manual which can be used to move through each of the seven different modes of sensation sequentially, or automatic which will cycle through them each for you over a period of about twenty minutes; time, also self-explanatory, you can set each session to last 5, 10, or 15 minutes; and higher intensity which “can change the width of the pulse, causing a therapeutic effect deep into your skin and muscles” though to date I have yet to actually feel a difference after pressing this button.

It has seven different modes and sixteen levels of intensity. An easy to read digital display which lets you know exactly what setting it is on at any given time. The modes are: acupuncture, naprapathy, united stroke, slow stroke, massage, cupping, and scraping. Each have their own distinct sensations and the delight of having sixteen levels of intensity means that each mode can be massaging and pleasurable or painful and shocking.

Acupuncture: a constant quick tapping sensation, equivalent to “dot” in Morse code (I’ve been watching too much Alias), can be painful even on low levels of insensity.

Naprapathy: a constant long tapping sensation, equivalent to “dash” in Morse code, more pleasant than the Acupuncture setting I think.

United stroke: a series of quick taps, maybe about twenty, followed by a pause before continuing over again. I found this very pleasant because of the break in the rhythm.

Slow stroke: another series of quick taps followed by a pause only this time the taps increase and decrease in number as they go, starting with three, pause, six, pause, and so on.

Massage: a long deep wave followed by a tapering off of intensity and consistency ending in a few short light taps before a pause and then starting over again, especially lovely on sore muscles (as one would expect given it’s name). It somehow seems to pulse deeper than the others.

Cupping: nearly a steady sensation, very tingly and not something I can stand for long, it seems to get gradually more intense after a brief period without touching the controls then gradually less intense, though that could just be my imagination. The breaks of the previous modes are more pleasant.

Scraping: feels similar to the steady cupping sensation only it has breaks built in about every six seconds or so.

After getting familiar with each of the modes I quickly realized that I had favorites. Massage and scraping outshine the others in my eyes, but that also depends on what sensation I am wanting to experience. I’ve used this on sore muscles with great results in addition to using it for play to provoke painful reactions.

However, there are a few things which irritate me about the box as well. Each time you switch between modes the intensity goes back down to one, while this is good as a cautionary measure–and probably makes the most sense because each mode is different on each intensity and while I can take an eight on one I wouldn’t like an eight on another–it is still irritating to me because it means in order to switch between modes I have to build up in intensity again, which could easily disrupt the scene. The other problem is it can only be used in 5, 10, or 15 minute bursts. While it is easy to turn it on again after the time is up this is also disrupting to any flow of pain or pleasure that might be gained without such a constriction.

The Power box is also compatible with any Zeus accessories that are bipolar, I have the Torpedo Plug and Pleasure Clamps which both work well and easily with the power box, you just have to plug them in to the box and turn it on to get them to work. Because the leads have snap hooks, as well, they can be attached to pretty much any metal object to turn them into an electrosex prop. Since learning this I have had the desire to try to electrify my Njoy toys, though I haven’t tried it yet.

My interest in electrosex has definitely been piqued, and I’m eager to delve deeper into experiencing this different type of sensation. The Electrosex Deluxe Power Box is a wonderful toy which is easy for beginners to pick up and go with but also powerful enough for advanced users. I highly recommend doing lots of research before delving in to something like electrosex, but know that once you start you might not want to stop.

Much thanks to Tabu Toys sex toys for allowing me to review the Electrosex Deluxe Power Box!

Product Specs

Name: Electrosex Deluxe Power Box

Manufacturer: Zeus

Type: BDSM/Electosex Toy

Material: Plastic

Power: Three AAA batteries (included).

Components: Digital power box, four adhesive pads, two lead wires, two cord winders.

Care: Nothing special, the adhesive pads are supposed to be everlasting, though they do get gradually less sticky, just be sure the area where they are adhering to is clean and everything should last for quite some time.

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Review: Bare As You Dare Harness

Bare As You Dare Harness

The Bare As You Dare Harness is the first one-strap harness I have used, I have two other two-strap harnesses (the Hardcore Harness and Terra Firma Harness) and while I love them each in their own way I think this harness has officially converted me to one-strap harnesses.

The major downfall of the one-strap harness, however, is that there is only one strap, and that strap goes right between the cunt lips, and that area has a tendency to… well, get wet. Very wet. Especially when fucking someone with a nice silicone cock. At least that’s my experience. I can’t imagine having a leather one-strap harness for this reason, but luckily the Bare As You Dare harness is made of nylon, which is easily washed.

The major plus of the one-strap harness is also that there is only one strap. As I mentioned, the strap goes right between the cunt lips which also means the strap can be positioned to go right over the clit. This positioning means that, while wearing the harness, every time I thrust or wiggle my hips the strap can rub against my clit. I am a very big fan of this.

The Bare As You Dare Harness is, quite literally: three straps, two o-rings, two adjustable length connectors, and some metal snaps. That’s it. No fancy backing in the front, no fancy lace-up back, not really anything fancy just comfortable and easy-to use. This also makes it small and extremely easy to wear under clothing because there’s so little of it, so it’s a fantastic packing harness as well.

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This also allows it to be very inexpensive so you can spend your money on quality dildos rather than the harness.

I’ve found that while storing the straps have a tendency to come detached from each other where they are adjustable, but that’s only when they don’t have pressure on them, so when they are on they don’t do that. It’s slightly annoying when you want to get into the harness in a hurry, but it has no effect on the wearing of the harness itself.

Being a larger lady, I have the Bare As You Dare Harness at just about it’s maximum length, but it definitely still fits and there’s a bit of wiggle room so it’s easy to get it on and off. I’m about a size 3x or 24/26.

The harness comes with a metal o-ring in the front and back, but the o-ring in the front is connected via snaps, meaning you can replace it with different sized rings if you have them so the Bare As You Dare harness can be used with dildos from Bandito to Brando and anywhere in between or beyond.

Any time I want to pack with a harness or wear a harness under my clothes this is the harness I am going to reach for. Really any time I want to fuck I’m going to reach for this harness, though I definitely will be trying some others out and especially more one-strap harnesses, I have a feeling this one will be at the top of my list for quite some time.

Thank you so much to Tabu Toys sex toys for letting me review the Bare As You Dare Harness!

Product Specs

Name: Bare As You Dare Harness

Type: Strap-on Harness

Manufacturer: Sportsheets

Material: Nylon and steel (o-rings)

Fit: Up to 54 inch hips (approximately).

Style: One-strap or G-string

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Review: Rude Boy

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Hi there, guest reviewer Onyx here with my first solo sex toy review!

Today I will be reviewing the Rude Boy prostate massager, courtesy of Tabu Toys.

First let’s get the boring technical details out of the way so we can boldly dive into all the great reasons why every guy on the planet should own one of these amazing toys.

The Rude Boy is a high quality toy, made from phthalate free medical grade silicone. It is therefore hypo-allergenic and non-porous and can be boiled to sterilize it provided you remove the vibrating bullet first of course. As with most silicone toys you should use water-based lubricants, and avoid using silicone based lubes as they may have adverse effects on the toy itself.

The Rude Boy is an insertable prostate massager that is designed to stimulate both the prostate and perineum simultaneously. The shaft is inserted in the anus, while the nubby base is pressed against the perineum. It has a simple press-button that activates the vibrating bullet in the base and the vibrations travel easily to the end of the toy causing what I found to be an amazing degree of stimulation.

Prostate stimulation is something relatively new to me, but something I am rapidly becoming addicted to. This is my first time using a vibrating prostate massager and all I can say is WOW! The dual stimulation provided by the tip and base were intensely pleasurable and it seemed to hit my P-spot just right. Combined with stimulation of the penis this has led to some of the best orgasms I have ever had. The toy is a very nice size and even anal beginners should find it comfortable with the right amount of lube, the soft silicone and the superb design makes the insertion very smooth and pleasant.

Personally I prefer to insert the toy and kind of leave it in place, just focusing on the vibration instead of moving it in and out, but that might be different from others. One caveat is that due to the non-bulbous design it may slip out rather easily, so you might want to use one hand to hold it in place, or let a partner do that for you. The plus side of this is that you also use this hand to press the base more firmly against the perineum, creating an even more intense stimulation. The downside is that it makes it hard to keep the toy in while fucking unless your partner is on top.

One of the many downsides of the widespread homophobia in our society is that many men seem to have an irrational fear of receiving any kind of anal stimulation or penetration. To them I would say that they have no idea what they’re missing out on with toys such as the rude boy and strongly encourage them to banish their fear and allow themselves to experience the mind-blowing pleasure it can bring.

Thank you so much Tabu Toys sex toys for letting me review the amazing Rude Boy!

Product Specs

Name: Rude Boy

Type: Anal Toy & Prostate Massager

Manufacturer: Rocks Off Limited

Material: Silicone

Charge: Watch Batteries (in a detachable bullet)

Length: 6 inches (insertable)
Width: 1 inch (diameter)
Girth: 3 1/2 inches (around)

Waterproof: Yes

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Review: Kinklab Adjustable Spreader Bar

I’ve been intrigued by spreader bars for years, but never got around to owning one until now. When I saw the Adjustable Spreader Bar I knew I wanted to try it. Not only was it a spreader bar that could fulfill my desires of wanting to use one, but also because it’s adjustable I thought it would be the perfect first spreader bar to own. It adjusts from two feet to just over three feet with eight different options in between.

We used the Axovus ankle cuffs in conjunction with the spreader bar, which worked really well. There were a few minor issues such as because of the rather long clips we were using to connect the cuffs to the spreader bar I could get my feet a few inches closer together by moving them inward around the spreader bar. I’m quite a squirmer and love to figure out what I can get away with when bound so that was one of the first things I noticed.

I also could kind of keep my thighs together, which I attribute to being quite a large person. With thinner thighs I might not have been able to, but because of the girth of my thighs I was able to squeeze them closer together than my knees or ankles. This wasn’t a huge deterrent and didn’t take away from the overall feeling of helplessness and restraint, but is definitely something to keep in mind.

I really loved that it’s so easily adjustable, Onyx even adjusted it while I was already hooked into it. We really were hoping that the pins could be used to clip wrist cuffs to, but they’re not made strongly enough to be able to do that which makes sense since they need to be removeable.

The bar itself is lightweight enough that it is easily movable by the person tied or someone else, and doesn’t put strain on the ankles (or wherever else it may be used) when they are held up via it. It’s very sturdy as well, and at no point did I think I was going to bend or break it with my vigorous squirming.

Overall I really enjoyed my first experience with spreader bars and know that it won’t be the last. Thank you very much to Tabu Toys sex toys for allowing me to review the Kinklab Adjustable Spreader Bar!

Product Specs

Name: Adjustable Spreader Bar

Manufacturer: Kinklab

Material: Steel

Length: Eight options between 25 and 37 inches (adjustable)

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Review: Intimate Organics Massage Oil

Intimate Organics Sensual Massage Oil

Who doesn’t love massages? Giving or receiving can be equally enjoyable, and massage oil just makes the whole process easier and, well, smoother.

This Cocoa Bean & Goji Berry Aromatherapy Massage Oil is made by Intimate Organics, the same makers of the Hydra Lubricant I reviewed last week. Like their lubricant, their massage oil is also paraben free, DEA free, pure vegan, and organic!

I wasn’t sure how much I would like the scent of it. Cocoa Bean & Goji Berry, while sounding odd and intriguing, also sounded possibly also unpleasant. Unfortunately too many times when lotions or other body products go for a chocolatey smell it comes out horrible. Luckily it smells absolutely divine and delicious!

The scent is definitely chocolatey, but not overly so, with a faint hint of berry, almost like rich dark raspberry chocolate, but not quite a raspberry scent (which makes sense, considering it’s not raspberry but goji berry). The scent isn’t overpowering or unnatural smelling either, just a pleasant enhancement to an already pleasant massage.

Aside from the scent, the oil itself is a nice consistency. It’s not so thick that it doesn’t spread easily nor so oily that it runs all over and thins out. It’s easy to warm up with a quick rub of the hands together before kneading it into the sore muscles of a thankful friend or lover.

Intimate Organics also has other wonderful pampering products in this same scent and others for the body as well as more intimate areas like their Foot Foreplay Lotion, Warming Fondue Body Scrub, and Intense Clitoral Gel that are all natural, paraben free, and organic. Definitely worth checking out.

Thank you very much to Tabu Toys sex toys for allowing me to review the Intimate Organics Massage Oil!

Product Specs

Name: Sensual Cocoa Bean & Goji Berry Aromatherapy Massage Oil

Manufacturer: Intimate Organics

Paraben Free: Yes

Organic: Yes

Ingredients: Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond) Oil, Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil, Cocos Nucifera (Coconut Oil), Parfum, Tocopheryl Acetate, Certified Organic Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil, Certified Organic Lycium Barbarum (Goji Berry) Fruit Extract (and) Certified Organic Cymbopogon Schoenanthus (Lemon Grass) Leaf/Stem Extract (and) Certified Organic Aloe Barbadensis (Aloe) Leaf Extract.

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Review: Intimate Organics Hydra Lube

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The more I try different types of lube the more I realize what I like and don’t like. While I haven’t actually tried as many lubes as I would like to have a good rounded idea of everything to do with lube I have tried enough to realize that there are things which I don’t like.

I don’t like glycerin in my lubes. I find that lubes with glycerin in them tend to get sticky, not to mention glycerin (which is a type of sugar) plus vulvas very often equals yeast! I do wonder why lube companies include glycerin in their lubes at all, considering it could produce health problems in their customers (probably because they can get away with it and make a profit).

The other thing I don’t like in my lubes are parabens, even though they’re supposed to make the products safter (they’re bacteriocidal and fungicidal). I admit, I’m not as strictly anti-paraben in other substances, although I’m slowly getting to be. Parabens can cause skin irritation in a small percentage of people and are correlated to cancer. While I do know that correlation does not always equal causation, but these make me nervous nonetheless. I have had allergic reactions to lube with parabens in it, as well. So why would I want to take the risk and rub parabens into the very vulnerable tissue of my cunt? I mean, really.

Luckily, there are a small handful of companies who take the things I’ve mentioned above into consideration. One such company is Intimate Organics. Not only is it glycerin- and paraben-free, it’s also DEA-free, semi-organic, vegan, and naturally derived. What’s not to love?

One thing that irks me about the company, however, is the name. Having a company name like Intimate Organics makes me assume all of their products are going to be organic, which isn’t true. Their products are made with organic extracts, which is awesome, but the products overall are not organic. Highly disappointing. The company is trying to get in on the natural/organic products trend going on and hoping that consumers aren’t looking too closely at the lables.

Intimate Organics Hydra Lubricant is water-based, so it’s safe to use on any toy type (including silicone), and it does not get sticky. Ever. I have not ever found it to get sticky in the many times I’ve used it, and I don’t believe that it’s makeup allows it to get sticky. This is a huge plus, as sticky lube is just not fun to use at all. I mean, sticky is basically the opposite of what lube should be!

The lube is silky and smooth, wonderful to the touch, and does exactly what lube should do: enhances lubrication without adding too much or taking anything away (in my opinion, anyway, some may not be able to overlook the negative below). It also simply feels like natural juices as opposed to synthetic like many lubes.

The only negative about Intimate Organics Hydra Lubricant is that it doesn’t taste or smell very good. The taste and smell is almost glue-like, it’s difficult to describe of course. While the taste and smell are things I am able to overlook due to the other merits this may be the turning point for some of you, and that’s okay.

Once the lube is mixed with natural juices, however, the taste and smell are actually less apparent. Also, since it doesn’t get sticky you can use less of it than some water-based lubes, as I’ve noticed often the less one uses often the stickier water-based lube will become.

While I’m still not thrilled about the smell and taste I’ve gotten used to it, and the fact that it’s not only glycerin- and paraben-free but also even semi-organic just tips the scales far in it’s direction for me. I would recommend Intimate Organics Hydra Lubricant above any lubes with glycerin or parabens, but I do think there are better tasting body safe lubes out there.

Thank you very much to Tabu Toys sex toys for allowing me to review the Intimate Organics Hydra Lubricant!

Product Specs

Name: Hydra Lubricant

Manufacturer: Intimate Organics

Type: Water-based

Compatibility: Works with all toy types. Latex safe. Body safe.

Glycerin-free: Yes
Paraben-free: Yes

Organic: No
Vegan: Yes

Ingredients: Aqua, Propylene Glycol, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Methylisothiazolinone (and) Phenethyl Alcohol (and) PPG-2-Methyl Ether, Water (and) Alcohol (and) Certified Organic Lycium Barbarum (Goji Berry) Fruit Extract (and) Certified Organic Cymbopogon Schoenanthus (Lemon Grass) Leaf/Stem Extract (and) Certified Organic Aloe Barbadensis (Aloe) Leaf Extract.

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Review: Melon Crank Dildo

Product Specs

Name: “Melon Crank” Glass Dildo

Material: Glass

Manufacturer: Don Wands

Height: 6 inches from handle to tip, about 4 1/2″ insertable.
Thickness: 1 inch shaft, 1 1/2 inch head

What I love: It spins, it’s glass, what’s not to love?! Hits the g-spot while spinning. Nubby bumps make spinning super pleasurable. Fantastic all around.
What I don’t love: When lubed up the handle can be difficult to spin.

Thank you very much to Tabu Toys sex toys for allowing me to review the “Melon Crank” Glass Dildo!

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