Aneros announced the release of their “first female product,” Evi. Despite the problematic nature of that phrase, I still want it. But I’m skeptical about it being a kegel toy and not a butt plug, as it looks like a pretty good butt plug. [Update: I reviewed it here.] Perhaps most intriguingly, Jopen is coming out with a line of toys called Key. Does this ad make anyone else think of those My Little Ponies with the unlocking saddles? God I loved those things. The toys are made with silicone, “real stainless steel alloy metal,” and “glass-like handles.” Because who would want to use real glass?! But they have an enticing video which is drawing me in hardcore. That G-spotting one . . . read more
Big Teaze Toys are best known for their vibrating rubber duckies. This, perhaps, explains why I have barely tried anything from them.
March 5th, 2009 — all laid out and drying after a nice thorough boil in a big pot. Some dildos change, but boiling day remains the same. Pictured sorta left to right: Phallix Inside-Out Spiral Rib Double Dong, Tantus Ripple, Tantus Alumina Revolve, LELO Ella, Phallix Dual-Sided Swirled Rib, Big Teaze Toys Dai-Do #4, Tantus Sherbet, Tantus Alumina Motion, Phallix Gold-Ribbed Love Wand, Phallix Cobalt Twister, Tantus Ryder, Ophoria Pleasure No. 6, Tantus Goddess. I do believe this was taken at the height of my glass dildo kick. And an inadvertent Tantus kick.
I’ve never been a big participator in St. Patrick’s Day. I don’t go out and get wasted on Irish Car Bombs, nor do I specifically remember to wear green every year. But I do have quite the affinity for the color green. Green is one of the most under-used colors in the sex toy market, and it’s time someone honored the toys/companies that dare to go there. Thus, a giveaway! For St. Patrick’s Day, yes. But mostly for green. I have 10 green toys to give away!1 I was able to wrangle a little something for everyone — dildos, vibrators, a Hitachi attachment, a butt plug, and a toy for cocks. As long as you like green2, there should be . . . read more
It seems that aluminum is the new “it” material. At first glance, however, the Dai Do #4 doesn’t appear to be made of aluminum — it looks like a modern plastic vibrator. Pick it up, however, and its weightiness gives away its material. When I handed it to my boyfriend, he tried to unscrew the end; but no, the Dai Do #4 doesn’t vibrate. This thing is all dildo. The Dai Do #4 comes in a shiny black cardboard box, but unlike the Onye or Tuyo, it doesn’t come with a storage box. Instead, it comes with a simple satin drawstring bag, which is strangely 4 1/2 inches longer than it needs to be to hold the 7″ Dai Do . . . read more