Review: Leo

A supple G-spotting dildo with textural subtleties and exciting color options.

Don't you want to come trick-or-treating at my house? Vixen Creations Leoweenie in a bowl of candy.

As with any type of collector, the phrase “limited edition” is like a dog whistle to my ears. Add the color orange to the equation and I’m like a dog that has just savored a long car ride with the windows rolled down and is now bounding at breakneck speed into a park because I’ve spotted the perfect pile of shit to roll around in.

The Leoweenie is a limited edition version of Vixen Creations’ popular Leo, and although the name Leoweenie is pretty good, I feel like this was a missed opportunity to call the dildo batcock. I was a bit disappointed in the coloring, too. In all the product photos, the orange looks super vibrant and the bats look hardcore goth black. But the dildo is actually somewhat translucent, the orange is more of a subtle tangerine, and the bats are ghost-like in their grayness.

Nonetheless, BATCOCK. And nonetheless, I really like the way this one feels.

There is a fact that I perhaps once knew, but then forgot, about Vixen Creations — their regular silicone is fairly squishy. In my defense, it’s been so long since I’ve tried regular Vixen silicone that the last two toys I reviewed have been discontinued. So the fact of the softer silicone must’ve become buried in my brain when Vixen’s dual-density VixSkin entered my life and vagina.

But with this dildo, I am reminded. The silicone is supple and squeezable, moreso than Tantus’ regular silicone, and without the obnoxious matte texture of Fun Factory’s silicone. Which is to say, it just might be my favorite regular silicone formulation. And if you are strapped for cash, it is a great choice for a soft toy.

Vixen Creations Leoweenie in a bowl of candy.

With Leo, the word I keep wanting to use is formidable. Not because it’s large — it’s 6 1/4″ insertable and 1 1/2″ in diameter — but because it has a unique presence. The shaft is smooth but with some interesting subtleties to the sculpt, sort of how it looks when you spread icing on a cake. The halfway-realistic design is good for folks wanting a cock-like shape in a non-skin color (it comes in tons, including a galaxy swirl.)

But the most exceptional part is the third of an inch of wrinkly foreskin right under the head. This doesn’t look like it’d do much, but ACTUALLY IT DOES. It provides targeted texture against my G-spot and I kind-of love it. If I use the verb “scrape,” will it scare you away? Because I’ve been known to like a little intensity inside of me, and this is just the right amount.

Leo’s shaft is obviously not as nuanced or skin-like as Mustang’s, but it has something Mustang doesn’t in that particularly textured foreskin — and I can feel it more, because the silicone is more rigid than VixSkin, and because the texture is isolated in the head. Oh, and the base is a suction cup, if you’re into that.

So if VixSkin is out of your budget but you still want a squeezable G-spotting dildo, Leo is your dude. Especially if your Halloween candy bowl seems lacking in dildo this year.

The Leoweenie is gone, but the Leo is available in purple, black, GALAXY, chrome, silver glitteriridescent white, and gold!