The Bullseye also seems to skip right past my pubic bone, never getting caught, unlike every other G-spot toy I’ve ever tried. I’ve even tried one that got completely stuck behind my pubic bone and left me panicking for 20 minutes while I tried to pry it out of my vagina. The Bullseye lacks a real defined ridge, instead it has a gradual sloped end. This prevents it from freaking me out and thinking I’ll have to go to the doctor to remove a sex toy. The only time the head bothers me is when my partner is using the Bullseye on me and he thrusts at the wrong angle. Even then, it’s a slight bump on my pubic bone rather than a “holy shit, this dildo is trying to rip my pelvis free from my skeleton.”
As with all of my dildos, I’ve tried to use the Bullseye in my Liberator BonBon but I find that’s not nearly as effective as just using my hands to thrust it. It fits well in my BonBon but I don’t have the same level of control over the depth and speed. I like a really specific pattern of movement with the Bullseye and I just can’t get it with the BonBon. Still, I like that it does work in BonBon for the days when I’m craving something a little more gentle than my other dildos.
All in all, the Bullseye is an excellent dildo. I certainly didn’t expect to fall in love with this little thing. It was so small and unassuming. I actually gave it a very skeptical look when I pulled it out. As much as I don’t want to admit it now, I went in with very low expectations. I’m glad it proved me wrong. It’s my favorite G-spotting dildo to date. I also love that it’s versatile. While I haven’t quite gotten to the point where I can use it anally, I like that I have that option. It’s a high quality dildo that I wholeheartedly recommend.
Thank you, Good Vibrations, for sending me the Pleasure Works Bullseye in exchange for an honest review! If you’re interested in the Bullseye, pick one up from Good Vibrations!