One night, as I was preparing to jack off, I decided I had to have the Tantus Cush O2. I tore through my drawers but I couldn’t find it, which only increased my fervor. As I stalked the halls wailing “there are only so many places it could be!”, I remembered that I had packed it for a recent trip and never unpacked it. Wave of relief! Eerily, a friend had an urge for her Cush on the exact same night, while a second friend was also having trouble locating their Cush.
I think this demonstrates two points: one, the Cush is one stealthy mofo, and two, there is something about the Cush that draws people it. Something that gives us tunnel vision.
Of course you’re probably laughing at me, thinking I have so many dildos in my possession that it doesn’t make sense that I could crave just one. And usually, I don’t. I use whatever I have to review, or I rummage through my drawers and find something that looks good. But the Cush calls to me, probably because it does something that many toys do not — it stimulates the front walls of my vagina. And, to my knowledge, it’s the first to do it with silicone.
For all the times that I cry out in my reviews, “DID HUMANS EVEN TEST THIS TOY,” I am relieved to find something so impeccably-designed. Its tapered head allows for effortless insertion (at least for me, but my vag is a champ), the ridge presses against the right spots internally, and the base is a chunky chunk. At 6.5″ insertable, the ridge sits just barely inside my vagina, and the formidable girth of 1.75″ in diameter — well, I always love that shit.
There were so many ways this ridge could’ve gone wrong. In fact, I’m convinced that any other design might have hurt me. It helps that the Cush is made of O2, Tantus’ signature dual-density silicone, so the outer translucent layer is squishy while the inner core remains rigid. This also ensures that the toy doesn’t flop around. It stands at attention and does what you tell it to do. It is a very compliant dildo.
Do not forget, either, that this dildo is named “Cush.” Not to be confused with “Koosh,” but just as awesome. It’s a fun word to say. And it’s a fun and addictive dildo to use, so it works out.
The Cush came to me in a box filled with about a thousand other toys, but it is easily one of my top three from that mix (along with the O2 Revolution and Max O2). Tantus actually tests its toys before running out and manufacturing them, and it shows. It’s as if the Cush knows exactly what my vagina wants.
Get the Cush O2 at Tantus, SheVibe, Spectrum Boutique, or Peepshow Toys.