The Wax Job

One of the things I love about working in the Good Vibrations retail store is that I get to be there when new products arrive. The newest butt plug, the latest dildo and all sorts of fun odds and ends ship into the store, and we all check the new kids out, marvel or ridicule their designs, and often get all rosy-cheeked and shy smiles imagining what can be done with the new toys. It’s like having a naughty birthday once a week.

There was one new item we got that was sort of a head-scratcher for me: the Good Vibrations Massage Candle. I thought, “Why are we selling candles? That’s not anal safe!” I felt that candles, especially scented ones, are best left to stores that sell aromatherapy and yoga mats, not sex toys. Then, thanks to a staff member, I found out the truth behind the GV candle.

“I want to try one,” she told me while we were working on the sales floor. I told her I didn’t understand, and she explained to me that the candles melted into a hot wax that could be dripped onto the skin, transformed by the heat into massage oil. Now, I’d played around with hot wax, giving and receiving, and it can get intense — a nice intense. But wax that became oil? I expressed my disbelief, and to my joy, she lit a candle and dripped it onto my exposed back and shoulders (I was wearing a halter top, which may be how this all began). A moment of heat, and then she massaged it in. Wow, it felt good. And damn sexy.

I had to experiment further — I immediately bought a vanilla scented candle, and took it home that night. Thinking about it as my shift came to a close, I realized that if the wax melted, then unlike regular candle wax, it wouldn’t get painfully caught in body hair. That had always been a problem for me — wax games with unshaved pubic areas or wonderfully fuzzy chests, backs and booties just couldn’t happen with regular wax. The heat of the moment would be fun, but the pain of removal just wasn’t worth it. Sure, I could ask my playmates to shave, but I like spontaneity. With the candle, I may have found my solution.

And find it I did. I called my yummy, fuzzy, horn-playing assistant to the lab and told him to strip and prepare for the kinky massage of his life. Nervous, he did as told, and I slowly got him accustomed to the candle’s sensation — especially because this was a first for him. On his back, I slowly dripped wax on the front of his shoulders and tops of his arms so he could see. A few small “oh” sounds accompanied each drip, but he was smiling, and said that it surprised more than hurt. Apparently, the candles are formulated to melt at a lower temperature, so in many ways, they are a sort of “hot wax lite” for kinksters.

Rubbing in the warm, slick wax felt good under my hands, and then I suddenly realized the full potential of my new toy: a hot wax hand job. I noticed that my boy was aroused from all the dripping and rubbing and straddling, and as if he read my mind, he shyly said it might feel good “somewhere else.” So I brought my slicked up hands down to his straining cock, held it down, and dripped little hot drips onto him. “Ahhhh” he said, as I rubbed the hot oil in, greasing him up, and liberally applying more hot wax. I made a huge mess, using much more oil than I needed, but applying the light sting and warm heat to his hard-on was addictive — and so was his increasing arousal.

Because the candles are oil-based and scented, I knew my magic jack-off lube was in no way suited for sex. Oil is difficult to flush from the vagina, and scents feed yeast microbes, so climbing on top of my writhing boy only spelled tomorrow’s yeast infection. Also, the oil base means that unlike a water-based lube, the GV Massage Candle is incompatible with latex and would quickly break down a condom. But what a wonderful sight he was, and I had him squirming blissfully, nearing orgasm.

I now have a new sex toy to keep by the bed, next to the lube, trusty vibrator and alarm clock. The GV Massage Candles are fun in a can, and rinse off in the shower. I have lots more plans for these candles — I’d love to see what two girls can do with a bunch of hot, melty wax. Am I a bad girl? Yes, I am.

Good Vibrations

Good Vibrations is the premiere sex-positive, women-principled adult toy retailer in the US. An iconic brand and one of the world's first sex toy shops to focus specifically on women's pleasure and sexual education, Good Vibrations was founded by Joani Blank in 1977 to provide women with a safe, welcoming and non-judgmental place to shop for erotic toys. Good Vibrations has always included all people across the gender spectrum, and is a place where customers can come for education, high quality products, and information promoting sexual health, pleasure and empowerment. Customers can shop Good Vibrations' expertly curated product selection across any of its nine retail locations or on the website, where they can also find a wealth of information pertaining to sexual pleasure, exploration and education.

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