The other day I read about a guy who proposed to his girlfriend during her graduation ceremony. Although she said ‘yes’, not everyone was happy about it.
There was even a feminist debate about it. Instead of being considered as a romantic gesture, most people just thought that he was hijacking her big moment. As much as I love a bit of good old-fashioned romance, I have to admit that I agree with the feminists on this one. And what about the other graduates and their big moment? It seemed as though their celebrations were kept in the shadow of a marriage proposal.
There I was sitting on the sofa naked (it’s too hot for clothes in Barcelona right now) with my beloved when I was thinking about all of this. Then, I had an idea… Maybe it was the perfect occasion for a proposal of my own…
Who says that it’s the man that has to propose anyway?
I decided that it was time to make a proposal of my own.
I got up from the sofa and grabbed a box from my ‘incoming’ sex toy review box, and got down on one knee in front of him. He looked at me as if I was mad, but I looked him straight in the eyes and said:
‘You know I really like you. You are so special to me. Ever since that first coffee, I’ve been crazy about you.’
I casually got the cock ring out of the box and took hold of his penis before popping the big question:
‘Will you wear this ring and have sex with me?’
‘Of course, I will,’ he replied, laughing at me.
I was thrilled and we hugged to celebrate our alliance, albeit temporary, before I slipped the cock ring down his length.
Satisfyer Rings is a vibrating cock ring that is worn during penetration. It provides clitoral stimulation to the female partner. It as 10 vibration settings to enjoy.
PACKAGING: It is presented in a small box that also contains a magnetic USB charging cable, a multilingual user guide and some safety instructions.
MATERIAL: It is made of silicone that is compatible with water-based lubricant. It is also waterproof so you can enjoy it in the bath or the shower.
STRENGTH OF VIBRATION: Moderate – strong depending on the setting. It is more buzzy than rumbly.
NOISE LEVEL: Silent.
USABILITY: Very intuitive. To charge the toy, it takes one hour and that will provide you with up to 40 minutes of pleasure. There is only one button, so it’s very easy to operate. To switch on or off, simply press for 2 seconds. To change the setting, all you have to do is short press it to scroll through the 10 vibration settings.
Although the ring part looks small, it is very flexible and must be stretched to put it on correctly. It must be worn at the base of the penis and make sure that the vibrating component is in contact with the clitoris. It varies according to which position you do. Instead of thrusting, I always recommend grinding instead, so that the toy remains in contact with the clitoris.
You can also use it as a clitoral stimulator, with or without a partner. Simply put the ring on 2 fingers and use your hand to apply more pressure or friction according to your tastes.
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ORGASM-O-BILITY: Seriously OMG! Especially when I used it as a clitoral stimulator. The triangular tip against my clitoris felt like heaven.
PROS: Excellent value for money. Versatile – can be used as a couples toy or as a clitoral stimulator. Soft texture. Silent. Waterproof.
CONS: If you prefer rumbly vibrations, this isn’t for you.
- Using as a clitoral stimulator.
- Using during penetration.
- Couples looking for something to spice up their sex lives.
- A commitment phobe’s ‘marriage’ proposal ring.
For more information about Satisfyer Rings, visit www.satisfyer.com