L’Amour, Gigi, l’amour

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I wish I was musically inclined. I would sing the most rockingest love ballad to Gigi, the vibrator you see here. Oh. My. Goodness. Thanks to Good Vibrations “Vibrate the Vote” contest, I won this baby and couldn’t wait to give it a go!

I had played with the Gigi before, when on a playdate with a friend, but we had only explored its possibilities vibrating against my clit. It’s great for that- it has 5 modes, 3 of those being constant vibration increasing in intensity. Gigi is pretty quiet, too, and rechargeable- one hour plugged in will give you one and a half hours of playtime, so it’ll be there for you when you need it!

But! But. As great as the vibration against your clit is, thanks to the flat head of the toy, that isn’t what makes it so amazing to me. Oh no.

This toy, so far, has not failed to make me squirt- every single time. I’m not terribly consistent with squirting- it takes a bit of tempting- but with Gigi on my side I can’t stop. It’s fantastic. I mean, don’t forget to prepare for that (lay down some towels, trust me, I know) but it’s lovely for getting you to gush. I found to to be equally enjoyable when on my back, thrusting in, or on my belly, rocking against it.

It comes in a lovely box and a silky white bag- the perfect carrying case. The coloured bit is medical grade silicone, which warms nicely to your body. I think anyone would be delighted to find Gigi reclining under their tree this holiday season! Sure, this toy has been around for a while, and a lot of people have said how fantastic it is, but I wanted to add my voice to the clamor, especially while people look for gifts- this toy is worth the money. Don’t wait.

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Kitty Stryker

Kitty Stryker is a geeky sex worker, Burner, rabid writer and feminist activist with one high-heeled boot in San Francisco, California and one in London, England. In London, Stryker worked with the TLC Trust, an online organization connecting people with disabilities with sex workers experienced with emotional or physical limitations. She is the founder of the award-winning Ladies High Tea and Pornography Society, and was nominated by the Erotic Awards as Sex Worker of the Year for her charity and activism work. Now back in the States, Stryker has been presenting Safe/Ward, a workshop on combating entitlement culture within alternative sexual communities, along with being the PR rep for the Bay Area Sex Workers Outreach Project promoting sex worker rights. She has written for Huffington Post, Filament, and Tits and Sass, built a social media strategy for Cleis Press, and consults with sex workers about their online presence. In her copious free time, she enjoys switching things up with her two hot lovers. Read more from Stryker on her personal blog, Purrversatility.

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