Glass toys for beginners?

freshbananas freshbananas
Tips, hints or recommendations?
03/13/2011
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aBeastlyLittleThing aBeastlyLittleThing
Quote:
Originally posted by freshbananas
Tips, hints or recommendations?
my first is a bumpy spiral double
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but i knew before that i liked a lot of texture, and it wouldn't be a problem.

if you aren't sure about texture, look for one that maybe has texture on one side, and is smooth on the other. that way you'll like at least one end. and even if you like a lot of size, go a little smaller for your first, because there's no give at all to glass, and the textures are a lot more pronounced.

that's all i can really say, i hope you find what you're looking for!!
03/18/2011
Xavier7 Xavier7
I've heard a lot of good things about the Inked Glass Probe, which is sold here.
03/19/2011
DeliciousSurprise DeliciousSurprise
This is one of my favorite toys ever, but it's on the small side.

As for tips: be gentle, until you know how your body handles glass. You can bruise your cervix thrusting like there's no big deal and that HURTS.

Oh, and remember that a little lube goes a long way and a lot of lube means it slips out of your hands.
03/19/2011
Bunnycups Bunnycups
My first was the Deep Water G, and it has been my favorite since.
03/19/2011
Wild Orchid Wild Orchid
A tip that has helped me a lot:
place a towel or a plastic bowl in the sink when you're washing it. Gentle washing-up liquid works best for cleaning. Then shine it with a clean towel.

If it wasn't for that I'd be crying over shards.

P.S. I'm bidding on Amethyst on my national auction site. Wish me luck
05/03/2011
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