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Female Sex Toys Are Trying Too Hard

  •   October 14, 2022 8:14 PM MDT
  • Female Sex Toys Are Trying Too Hard


    I received a sex toy in the mail (~*CoSmO pERks*~) recently that had six attachments for the head, which was also a vibrator. Part of me wanted to view this sex kit in the same way I would've when I was a kid and I got an action figure that came with a bunch of cool accessories, but the other part of me was like, "Ugh, I have to put it together? Also, this looks like a medieval torture device and I don't really need to have an old-fashioned knight near my clitoris."To get more news about 国语一级毛片私人影院, you can visit our official website.

    Sex shops are filled with similarly complex vibrators like an electric-stimulation fingertip vibrator that sends out tiny electric shocks via energized nodes (which I was way too terrified to put on my actual vagina but I'm sure it's lovely?) and a partner vibrator that you have to put inside you while a penis is also inside you, which is just too many vagina-inserted things.

    Before you can say things like, "But it's really hard for a lot of women to come and they need to be able to try anything and everything to find something that works," let me tell you, I fully agree.
    If using a vibrator attachment that looks like something a caveman would throw at a lion to get it to die works for you and makes you come, I'm all about it, but I also keep wondering if we've gotten too far away from what works in a mad attempt to solve the female orgasm deficit without simply asking women what they want.

    While I did try the seemingly endless attachments, ultimately it didn't feel any different than a regular vibrator and cost about the same as a high-end vibrator would (which, by the way, I've had experiences with $10 Amazon vibrators that didn't seem to be any worse than the $199 six-attachment Why Is This So Complex Pro 200). If anything, the fancier one was even less effective because it made so many promises of being Next Level that it couldn't possibly live up to. (And, as I'm sure you know, good sex is at least 60 percent accurate expectations.) When you see something in the store called The Exonerator that comes with five attachments (including a confounding brush attachment so you can feel like your clitoris is going through the car wash) and a wall mount, you expect it to not only be better than your standard Hitachi Magic Wand situation but also to turn you into a sex werewolf howling at the moon. Anything less just seems like a ruse.

    I've also tried a vibrator that claimed to replicate oral sex, which I was hyped about and definitely did something down there, but mostly just felt like a robot awkwardly moving around my vulva, which is not something I list under "turn-ons." One thing I've noticed about a lot of these Next Level vibrators is that they often spend so much time trying to look like they're from a Zenon: Girl Of The 21st Century episode that they forgot that an obvious majority of women need direct clitoral stimulation, period. Amongst all of their appendages, most of these offer tepid, general vibrations at best, leaving you feeling vaguely like a crazy person when you turn it up to the highest level and it still isn't that great.

      October 14, 2022 2:54 AM MDT