Good Vibrations Buzz: Treats to Please

Fantastically Naughty had a lot of fun with the Fancy Me Sampler Kit:

The bubbles generated from the Soothe Me bubble bath were lovely. I would say each bottle should provide at least four good baths with a good amount of bubbles. I was quite pleased that there was some shea butter included in the ingredients, as many times, I find myself feeling too dry after a bath if I don’t add a little grape seed oil. The shea butter made the bath feel silky, but not greasy. Very nice.

The Touch Me massage oil is spectacular. Made with the base of sweet almond oil, it is a professional grade massage oil. And I put it to the true test! I asked a regular client if he would mind if I tested out a new oil on him. After doing a sniff test on the aforementioned Morning Dew scent, he gave me the green light.

I used about a quarter of the bottle over the course of a one hour deep tissue massage and I couldn’t have been more pleased with how well the oil performed. It moisturized his skin enough to create a perfect glide, with no slippery mess and without reapplying frequently. I was able to use my fingers, arms, and even elbows on his back with this oil as seamlessly as I do with my usual go-to massage oil. In fact, I carry this bottle around in my purse, just in case one of my pals has a massage related need while we’re on the go. The little bottle fits in my purse much better than the larger bottle I normally use during regular sessions.

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Of course, there are lots of ways to pleasure a partner. Elodie discovered how much fun a Pinwheel can be:

Don’t be scared off. The pinwheel is fun and easy to use without involving BDSM. Held softly at an acute angle against the skin, it feels very good. It’s pleasantly tingly, and can be added to a massage or gentle sensation play without fear. You won’t hurt someone with this toy unless you want to.

The pinwheel feels so good in sensation play, I think nearly everyone would enjoy it. And when it comes to BDSM, this little toy doesn’t fool around. You could seriously harm someone with it. It’s definitely our highest-level BDSM toy so far. It makes me quiver and whimper in fear. Highly recommended.

Meanwhile, Pretty Power Tools took her Club Vibe out for a VNV Nation concert and had a blast!

“Lucky for Me was that I was next to some railing.  I had the opportunity for my knees to give out to the vibrations as I just hung on for dear life.  I don’t know¦ I need to practice standing orgasms; I don’t end up standing throughout the entire process.  Funny part was that it was to the VNV Nation song “Standing.  When it was half way through I looked over at my husband with a huge smile and slowly became shorter that I normally am.  OhMyGod I love OhMiBod. I thought it would be slick and simple, this orgasm in public process, but depending on how/when/where¦you will see varying results.  Ronin, the singer of VNV Nation, he really loves crowd participation.  When I was riding another orgasm, he ran across the stage to my side and with one hand he waves me on¦Come ON!! What are you DOING!?  Wow.  My eyes got SO WIDE with fear as I had a stupid orgasm face, crippling me over the rail.  He loves when the crowd jumps with the music.  Everyone was jumping except for me. Hahaha.

Or you could go for something different like the Tenga Egg. Alan and Michelle sure had a good time with it.

I’m giving it 4 stars because I like the Tenga egg quite a bit but I do have to be really careful the whole time I’m using it on him not to stretch it too far. If it were stronger it would be excellent.

Giving a hand job with a Tenga egg has two advantages though; I don’t have to stop and re-lube my hands, and there’s not much mess afterwards. The opening of the egg angles in, so the majority of it stays put and all of the cum stays in the end. Overall we both enjoyed it, and I think it would be great for men who want to try something new once in awhile but don’t want to invest in a full-sized masturbation toy.

Dr. Charlie Glickman

Charlie Glickman is the Education Program Manager at Good Vibrations. He also writes, blogs, teaches workshops and university courses, presents at conferences, and trains sexuality educators. He’s certified by the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists, and loves geeking out about sex, relationships, sex-positivity, love and shame, communities of erotic affiliation, and sexual practices and techniques of all varieties. Follow him online, on Twitter at @charlieglickman, or on Facebook.

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