December 29, 2021

Pushing Sex (Toys)

Sonic Vibe. Ultime. Ripple. Pink Silicone Lube. Leo.

If you're looking for a sex toy to make up for all those sh*tty gifts you got this holiday season, I've compiled a short list of things for you to think about.

You can purchase all your sex toys here:

And now that you have a store to buy them from, lets get started, shall we?
(for times sake I'm not going to attach any more links, but if you click on the link above and hit search, you'll be able to find any product I'm talking about).


I prefer the hard plastic kind. These are easy to clean and feel nice on the clitty. Hard plastic isn't jelly rubber (obviously), so you don't have to worry about how porous it is or what chemicals its emitting factor if you plan on inserting one of these buzzies inside you, of course if you're putting it up you're butt and letting go make sure it has a flared base so that it doesn't get sucked up your butthole, a.k.a. blackhole. I love hard plastic vibes because they have the best vibrations, as in they're usually pretty powerful. While I like the pocket rocket, a small one speed, clitoral stimulator, it is a small ONE speed, CLITORAL stimulator, and therefore not necessarily the best toy for all around pleasure. For a toy with more variety, try the Blueberry Buzz, or if you want something curved to hit the g-spot, the Orchid G. They are both longer, hard plastic and variable in speedage. Or the Ultime, by Natural Contours, is another cool looking, great G-spot vibe. It's got three speeds and it's really pretty.

Now if soft is the way you like to get off, then go with something silicone. Yes, it's a bit pricier, but it's also a ton more sanitary, and, in the long run, those extra $30-$40 dollars could save your life (okay, probably not, but who knows?)

Wash your vibrators with soap and warm water and store them in a safe place, away from children and pets.


Again if you are going to buy a dildo, and it's not going to be used as a gag gift, go silicone. You can throw it in a pot of boiling water to sterilize it, or you can clean it with soap and water. It's soft, sanitary and comes in pretty colors. Two of the more popular ones are the Leo and Woody, and I'd say go with the Leo over the Woody, it's a bit longer. If you're a size queen, check out Johnny (and I'm not just saying that because he is my boyfriend, well not that Johnny, and there's no "h" in my Jonny's name anyway).

Butt Plugs

If the someone who the butt plug is intended for is really nervous about using a plug, go with something like the Little Flirt. It's small, it's silicone, but the truth is it's so small you might as well use your finger. I like the Ripple for a first timer, has that beaded effect, or the Ripple 2 if you can take it a bit larger. I also like the shape of the Severin, and it comes in a couple of sizes. The Ryder is supposed to stay in place more often than some of the others. Now as for plugs, again Silicone is my top choice. The plugs usually come in a number of colors, but if you have a fear of doody, go with something black or dark, because then it won't show up as much. Get it? Got it? Good.


All good butt toys, and lots of other toys, need lube. Silicone lube can react with silicone toys, so if you're planning on using the two together, you should seriously think about putting a condom (or as I like to say - condoming) your toy, so that it stays in pristine condition for years to come. A water based lube without glycerin - my fave. is still Sensual Power, but a lot of people like Sensua Organics because it claims to be organic, and others like the thickness of Maximus - is probably the safest bet, and the easiest to wash off sheets (silicone lube doesn't always wash off, trust me). There are lots of water based lubes with glycerin too, like Astroglide, ID, and Probe but glycerin is a sugar, and therefore some women find discomfort in using these lubes - especially women ultra sensitive and prone to yeast infections. Vaseline and Oil based lubes are totally out, unless you're in a fluid bonded relationship where there's no latex involved. And no crisco - it's too thick, messy and although probably a nice feeling lube, not the way I'd want to go. And no, it's not condom compatible.

Let's Share

Now, if you're looking for toys to share, or toys for boys, go with the Petal Ring, Sonic Vibe or the Blue Dolphin Vibe. These are vibrating cock rings, meaning that they'll hopefully prolong his erection while providing vibration to your clit and his shaft, or your butt and his shaft, depending on your sex and the type of sex your having. You can also use nipple clamps to heighten sensitivity for your little buds, or any vibrator can feel good on him as well. I like the little finger Fukuoko for the two of you because you wear it on your finger, and it comes with three separate sleeves so you can share a sex toy without fully sharing a sex toy. It feels real nice around the rim of your butthole or on or around your clit, or any other place that is sensitive to vibration. Oh yeah, and for really powerful stimulation or a really good back massage, and yes, I'm serious about the back massage part, try the Hitachi Magic Wand or the cordless Acuvibe. They both pack a mean punch.

So, that's a start.... ah, just a start. There's so much more out there when it comes to sex toys, but there's only so much time I have to write this morning. I worked at Babeland for four years, so you can always email me with any other questions, needs, wants, desires, cravings, etc....and I'd be happy to help.

After all, for four years I was the neighborhood dildo pusher. ;)

Posted by jamye at December 29, 2021 11:01 AM