I’ve talked about it before but I try not to dwell on it. I have a chronic pain condition that limits me when it comes to my sex life. Thankfully, I have a supportive partner who understands. Before I introduced Liberator into my bedroom, I was limited with the amount of positions I could get myself into and the length of time could hold them. Before Liberator, we were pretty much left with just missionary position for the duration of sex and even that started to take its toll on my hips and lower back. While I love each piece I own and they have all been helpful, my absolute favorite piece is my Liberator Flip Ramp. The Flip Ramp is like the Ramp/Wedge’s cool little sister that no one really knows about. Everyone wants the Ramp/Wedge combo, not even bothering to research the full line of furniture from Liberator. Sure, the Ramp/Wedge is versatile and has its place but the Flip Ramp is definitely worthy of some attention.
Spanking has always been an interest of mine but I haven't acted on it too much. I bought a few small, low quality paddles that didn't do more than turn my ass a light shade of pink. When Tantus announced their line of all silicone paddles, I wanted to get my hands on one but I was too scared to take the plunge (pun intended). They looked amazing but much more intense than my little wimpy cardboard-esque paddles. I lusted after the Thwack and the Pelt for quite a while but never quite got the nerve to order either one. After the release of the initial four paddles, Tantus released a fifth all-silicone paddle that could serve multiple purposes. They crafted a paddle with a striking surface shaped like the Thwack with a handle shaped like a G-spot dildo. When I received it for a review, I was ecstatic.
I’m generally a fan of pinpoint stimulation. Broad heads just stimulate too wide of an area and I can’t focus on the sensations in the location I want them. This is the main reason I don’t own many wands. My first wand was the Couture Inspire, which has a much smaller head than any other wand. It also offers attachments that can pinpoint stimulation. My second wand was the Wahl 2-Speed, which also offers different attachments, one of which is perfect for pinpoint stimulation. These two options, while powerful and pinpoint, still weren’t perfect for me. Both still required their power cord and the Wahl isn’t made of the greatest materials. I was still searching for powerful wand that was still made of high quality materials and hopefully waterproof. Enter the Shibari Halo.
For years, I’ve preferred to keep the amount of nasty chemicals in my body products to a minimum. I haven’t always succeeded, but I try. However, lubricants are one item I’m pretty picky about. Since the genitals are made up of fairly sensitive skin and mucous membranes, I always strive to eliminate parabens, phthalates, preservatives, and glycerin from my arsenal of sex toys and lubricants. What have I learned in my quest for the perfect lube? Finding a good, clean water-based lubricant can be tough. Sure, silicone-based lubricants are easy. All they requires is dimethicone, dimethiconol, and/or cyclopentasiloxane. But water-based…When I heard about Coconu lubricants, I was anxious to give it a shot. Their oil-based lubricant is a USDA certified organic lubricant. Water-based lubricants aren’t certified by the USDA because they’re not considered food-safe or made from food-quality ingredients. I’m unable to use oil-based lubricant at the moment so I jumped at the chance to review their water-based lubricant, hoping the water-based would share the same quality of ingredients boasted about in their oil-based. I’ve been searching for my holy grail water-based lubricant, but right now my go-to’s have been Sliquid Sassy and Pjur Nude.