Have you seen how beautiful the harnesses by Oxyd Creations are? Well if you haven’t, you’re in for a treat because I’M GIVING ONE AWAY! These 100% vegan harnesses are handmade in Canada from recycled bike tubes. They’re sturdy and sexy and lined with soft felt, with sizing options to accommodate any body size. I’m giving away the harness of your choice from Oxyd Creations, with or without bike gears! HOW TO ENTER: Follow me on Instagram Like this photo Comment on the photo tagging a friend (increase your chances by tagging more than one friend in separate comments!) Open to everyone, including international peeps! Ends in less than a week, so get your butt over to Instgram now and . . . read more
I was stirring ramen on the stove as my boyfriend tried on the La Palma for the first time. He figured it out easily and slipped his hand inside. It looked like a sweet biker glove. “Is it too tight?” I asked, already writing this review in my head. “Nope.” I stuck my finger through the O-ring to feel for its elasticity and was instantly dumbfounded. The O-ring, which is a mere inch in diameter unstretched, barely moves when manipulated — it stretches to about 1.5″. What? The La Palma is made by Spareparts Hardwear, creators of the amazingly comfortable Joque harness, which has an O-ring that stretches so much it can hold Randy. I was so confused by the . . . read more
I have never seen a sex toy angled like Vamp Talula. I mean, this thing is nuts. Just look at it. It juts out crazily. It falls over if I try to stand it up. And when I fuck myself with it, the bottom of the base faces the ceiling straight on. My Talula is the large version (2″ wide, 7″ long), and is made of rigid 100% silicone — although there is also a softer version. I’m not too hot on the color I received (a light cream), especially knowing that Vamp makes a swirly red version, but I’ll survive. Vamp still has some perfecting to do with their dildo-making technique; my Talula is peeling very slightly on one edge . . . read more
Thank you, everyone who entered That Toy Chick‘s and my Winter hotness giveaway! We’re very excited to be sending two Joque harnesses from Spareparts Hardwear out into the world. I chose the winners randomly based on their harness size, and am pleased to announce that Suzanne and Hkara are the two lucky winners! Clap clap clap! If you didn’t win this time, don’t fret for too long… I have a new giveaway that will be starting tonight/tomorrow. Would you like a hint?
When That Toy Chick asked if I wanted to help her give away two Joque harnesses from Spareparts Hardwear, I was elated. I just reviewed a Joque of my own, and I’m totally in love. Everyone should own this harness. That Toy Chick agrees. We have two harnesses to give away — one in size A, and one in size B! Both are black with dark blue satin pouches. Perfect for winter, and ridiculously comfortable, too! There are two ways you can enter to win. Do one or both, for up to two entries: Leave a comment on That Toy Chick’s giveaway post. Be sure to include which size of Joque you’d like! Fill out the trivia form in this . . . read more
In many ways, the glory of the Spareparts Hardwear Joque lies in what it is not. It’s not a re-hashing of the usual harness style. There is no other harness like it. Yes, it looks unassuming; it’s not sparkly, and it won’t make you look like Superwoman. But I’d rather be comfy than look like Superwoman, and the Joque knows very well what comfy is. Admittedly, I was in love with the Joque before I ever put it on. After seeing this video of one of Babeland’s employees sporting it, I was hooked. And once I put it on myself, I knew this was it. The harness to end all harnesses. It’s hard to write a review of a product that . . . read more
The Sportsheets Vibrating Velvet Harness is composed mostly of nylon straps, so when I touch/look at/wear it, all I can think about is backpacks. It makes me think of middle school, of buying a JanSport to be hip, of adjusting it to hang at just the socially acceptable position, then packing it with school supplies and adorning it with keychains. Obviously, this is not the best memory to be replaying whenever you’re strapping on a dildo. But replay it does, as I adjust one, two, three, four straps, two around my legs and one around my waist (it fits up to 60″ hips). And I remember, yet again, that nylon scratches as it goes on, and never feels good. It’s . . . read more
I don’t want to lead you on, so straight up: Ride the Vibe doesn’t work. I know. It has a cool name. It sounds like it will turn you into an orgasm repairman. And kudos to Sportsheets for developing something seemingly innovative. But really, it just doesn’t work. First: putting it on. There’s no buckle, so my boyfriend had to climb off the bed, step into the circle of the belt, and pull it up his body. He adjusted the waist by pulling at the strap. There was a lot of strap left over, which then dangled at his side like a weirdly-placed tail. Suffice to say, this could fit nearly any waist (altogether, I measured 74 inches of strap). . . . read more