I had already heard about the first edition of this toy the first time I ever went to Erofame in Hannover a few years ago. Of all the products on show – thousands of them to be precise – I remembered this one for its originality. That is something seriously lacking in the sector. So many smaller companies are content to merely copy designs from the big brands and not innovate unnecessarily. Those who do something different always tend to stand out from the crowd.
It’s taken me quite a while to get around to creating my own video content. It might seem quite hard to believe, especially after looking at some of the photos on this website, but I’m actually quite shy. At one point, the very idea of establishing a video blog seemed almost unthinkable.
Then, I launched into a vlogging collaboration with Antena 3 TV as La Sex Teacher – an agony aunt for young people discovering their sexuality. After that I had to change my mind about video blogs. Now, it seems much easier to put on a pair of glasses, wear a vintage blouse, create silly hairstyles and project a persona that’s simply an exaggeration of my normal self.
The experience has not only became more fun for me but, I hope, will entertain my audience even more.
More recently, I created The Sex Toy Laboratory vlog, where I test toys under the strict conditions of my bedroom.
You’ll find all the video posts below. They contain content which includes: short films, interviews and sex toy reviews.
Alternatively, you can check out my YouTube channel.
Review Queen Bee – from Hot Octopuss
Queen Bee is a revolutionary clitoral stimulator that features patented ‘pulse plate’ technology. When I first held Queen Bee in my hand and switched it on, I was intrigued. This is exactly the type of stimulation that my bashful clitoris enjoys the most I thought; it was not as pointy and certainly not as direct.
Dr Whale Review – An App Controlled Pelvic Floor Trainer from Sistalk
This week, I received Dr Whale, an app-controlled pelvic floor trainer from Sistalk. It must be said that I’ve never had the pleasure of using an app-controlled pelvic floor trainer before, even though they’re highly recommended and supposed to make the whole experience more fun and stimulating. I have to confess that up to this point I’ve lacked the motivation to seek one out.
Cookie & Candy from Svakom
As soon as I saw Cookie and Candy on Svakom’s Instagram feed a few weeks ago, I knew that they had to be mine. I’ve been living in an apartment by the beach for just over a month now. I’ve been mesmerised by every beautiful sunrise. It’s such an awe-inspiring way to begin the day. Cookie and Candy look like beautiful marine objects that could have been washed up on the shore. As such, they couldn’t be more appropriate with the ocean theme and my current living situation. They are vibrators but they can also move independently. Cookie has a trio of pleasing, teasing tentacles and Candy has a pouting mouth that summons up the image of a kissing fish.
LELO Sona Review – Venus O’Hara Sex Toy Tester
Good things come to those who wait. Literally.
It seems that LELO has been busy researching their own clitoral concerns and the result is SONA.
I have to say that I am thrilled that LELO has brought out a new toy. It has been a long time since NEA 2 and LILY 2. I have often wondered what would come next. Naturally, I had very high expectations, as my most repeated toys of my extensive collection are SIRI 2, NEA 2 and LILY 2. Despite this, I must admit that when I first saw pictures of SONA, I was initially underwhelmed. A suction device? These toys have taken the world by storm. I know so many women who love them, but they are not my thing if I’m entirely honest.
Sex Toy Review: The Dodil
If you rearrange the word dildo, you end up with dodil. The dodil is a dildo that you can reshape according to your own preferences.
I have been exploring what it really means to be a minimalist in my day-to-day life. This has resulted in my decision to throw out anything that does not earn its place by bringing me continual joy. My main inspiration in this has been Marie Kondo’s book. Since reading it, I have been careful not to acquire anything new that I do not really need. I have donated books to a library, taken old clothes to a charity shop and made gifts of my furniture to neighbours. The process has been wonderfully liberating.