Review: The Satisfyer Pro 2 (v.2)

Review: The Satisfyer Pro 2 (v.2)

Pressure-wave technology hadn’t even been on my radar until my girlfriend brought over her newly purchased Satisfyer Pro Penguin one lazy February evening. Up until that point, I had only vaguely been aware of the Womanizer, and the hefty price tag and terrible name had kept me from giving them any serious consideration at the time. After unboxing the Penguin, ‘ooo’ing at its cuteness and letting it charge for a while, it only took one demonstration for me to realize that I needed to…

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When I Say That I’m Poly…

When I Say That I’m Poly…

…I’m not saying that I’m unsatisfied with my current relationship(s). For me, polyamory has never been about filling some kind of void. I could be perfectly content in a one partner relationship for a very long time, possibly indefinitely. I practice polyamory because I want to be able to explore the connections that I form throughout my life, and to express my affection for the people who are important to me, not because I need to have multiple partners to…

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Why You Should Have Your Own Toybag *Regardless* of Your Role or Orientation

Why You Should Have Your Own Toybag *Regardless* of Your Role or Orientation

This is primarily aimed at those who play casually and/or with multiple people, and might not be applicable (at least, in its entirety) to fluid-bonded partners. Some toys are porous and can not be sanitized for use between partners. Unfortunately, leather toys are on that list. There are things that can be done to minimize the risks of cross-contamination when using porous toys, but it’s difficult to eliminate them entirely, especially if the same set of toys are being used between partners…

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Why Bleach and Rubbing Alcohol *Aren’t* Always Enough

Why Bleach and Rubbing Alcohol *Aren’t* Always Enough

I decided to post this after reading a lot of Sybian Owner FAQs that included things like “I use rubbing alcohol & boil attachments between riders, so my machine is perfectly hygienic/safe”. The problem with this & similar statements is that rubbing alcohol, mainstream bleach-based products and boiling have not been shown to consistently kill some infectious diseases, such as Hepatitis C, which could come into contact with the machine through menstrual blood, skin irritation, or even due to micro-abrasions…

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