Super-cute Hello Kitty has had her feline face plastered on to as many products as Minnie Mouse, the pointy-eared little minx.
But one item that you certainly won't find Mickey's Mrs on is a vibrator. There's been some confusion as to whether this thing is a Hello Kitty sex toy - doesn't look like any diddler we've ever seen.
But we're happy to put the record straight with this picture of the Hello Kitty Vibrator. And an explanation that it's really just a Pocket Rocket style vibrator with a pretty Kitty top. Bless.
I have a confession to make. I like to think I'm not alone, but no one really talks about it.
Maybe I'm the only one.
I will tell you, but you mustn't make fun of me.
She's here at last – Lovehoney's most warm, sensual, luxurious and realistic doll yet.
This Life Size Japanese Silicone Love Sex Doll is made of 100% solid medical grade Love Clone silicone and she's ready and waiting to share your bed!
Luscious long black hair, soft red lips, firm, pliant breasts – why spend time with your pillow when you can spend quality time with this sensational sex toy.
Check out the Life Size Japanese Silicone Love Sex Doll!
See the Prof get up close and personal with the Life Size Japanese Silicone Love Sex Doll – and her Teddy Babe friend!
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As I mentioned in yesterday's blog, I am a big fan of making condoms a fun part of sex. When they fit right, and have whichever features appeal most to you, they can actually enhance your pleasure--and that on top of keeping you safe from STDs and unwanted pregnancies. As far as I'm concerned, condoms get two thumbs up.
So when Lieutenant Colonial toolittlesleep over at Orgasm Army had a question about how to get a properly fitting condom, I was all too happy to help.
Hold tight! This could be the easiest way ever of winning £100 of sex toys. We've got a new rabbit vibrator and we need to think of a name for it, so we thought we'd ask you. The sender of best name (as judged by me) will win the prize. Click here and have a go! Name This Rabbit Vibrator
So Ruth sent me a few links to some articles on what is going on in the sex world (should that be capitalized, do you think? "Sex World" seems to have more gravitas)--included in which was an article on men who have lower sex drives than is normally considered…um…normal. Now, as a woman with a very healthy sex drive, I have certainly known for some time that men are not always the ever-ready Energizer Bunny of Sexy Lovin' that they are portrayed as being in the media.
I was flipping through the channels the other night and stopped momentarily on one of those "Fabulous Life of…" shows wherein they were talking about the sex lives of the rich and richer. They made mention of how the rapper 50 Cent is anxious to start his own line of sex toys--including vibrators modeled after his own…manhood.
After nudging another friend over to check out Orgasm Army (if you haven't been, you should - there is nothing better than to read how other people find the sex toys you're thinking about buying), he read through my reviews and said that he only had two questions:
"… did you really risk your ass, literally, with those fucking beads?? And that Japanese contraption - is it as scary in real life as well??"
The first question is in reference to a rather terrible set of very cheap anal beads, whose name I will not put here for fear of giving them any kind of publicity. The second question, though, is a bit more useful.
This week's Body & Soul section of The Times answers a question from a reader about impotence: "My husband's been impotent for the past ten years of a 37-year marriage. We've seen doctors, tried Viagra, etc, with no luck. Is there a sex aid he could wear?"
Suzi Godson replies and recommends the Vibrating Padded Hollow Penis Extender, saying:
"Having done the necessary emotional and intellectual preparation, you and your husband are ready for the fun stuff. If you don't mind, I've had a quick look on your behalf and found a few products that might suit. The 7in (18cm) Vibrating Padded Hollow Penis Extender from Lovehoney comes in flesh or black and has a multispeed vibrator at the tip of the shaft, which is controlled wirelessly and provides his 'n' hers stimulation."
One of my great quests in life is to find better and better toys for couples to use together. Sure, we all love our Rabbits and Fleshlights, but sometimes it's nice to have company join in. After reading the reviews for the TongueJoy Vibrating Tongue Ring, I was almost ready to put it on my wishlist. Or would that be on my partner's wishlist…?
In her review, imeldaimelda (a Brigadier over at Orgasm Army) said of the TongueJoy, "I've had this toy for some time and I have to say I think it's a really great toy both for couples or singles. I think it's fairly inventive and new, which I think in the sex toy industry is great, because we don't need another bloody rabbit!"
She had me at "inventive and new", but as is always the case over at Orgasm Army, the real dirt is in the forums. When I chased her up to ask the most important question of all - "Seriously, does this thing numb the bejesus out of your tongue or not?" she was all reassurance: "It's not tongue numbing at all, or has never been for me. But it is hard to move your tongue in the normal way to give a blow job. You have to alter your technique slightly. My partner liked it so much there was no danger of numbness, as I didn't have it on for very long! It really is a great toy, I'm very happy to have bought it."
When I hear about partner pleasing effects and innovation, you can go ahead and colour me sold.