What is the best kind of lubricant for lesbians?

zz1aag zz1aag
I would like input for a toys like strap on, clitoral stimuators, and feeldoe. any suggestions on wich one i should buy?
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Mwar Mwar
Go with Sliquid organics. It's glycerine, paraben and everything else free. It works too. Since there are two vaginas with different sensitivities, go with the most gentle, yet efficient stuff.
10/08/2012
Pixel Pixel
Sorry, I'm not being snarky, but how does your sexual orientation change the type of lube a female body will need? I use the same lube on my toys if I'm using them on me, or on a partner of either gender. I adore Sliquid's stuff, especially Sea and Sassy.
10/08/2012
Mwar Mwar
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Originally posted by Pixel
Sorry, I'm not being snarky, but how does your sexual orientation change the type of lube a female body will need? I use the same lube on my toys if I'm using them on me, or on a partner of either gender. I adore Sliquid's stuff, ... More
I think it's more in respect that there are two vaginas, so two levels of sensitivity.

Penises can be sensitive too, but they don't have the exposed membranes like a vulva does. Because a penis has less membraneous tissue, reactions are a bit less of an issue on average. And on average, two vaginas are more likely to experience adverse reactions than a vagina and penis.

I think anyways... that's what I got from it.
10/08/2012
Vanille Vanille
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Originally posted by zz1aag
I would like input for a toys like strap on, clitoral stimuators, and feeldoe. any suggestions on wich one i should buy?
I use Sliquid products. No extra crap to make for angry cunts.
10/08/2012
Pixel Pixel
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Originally posted by Mwar
I think it's more in respect that there are two vaginas, so two levels of sensitivity.

Penises can be sensitive too, but they don't have the exposed membranes like a vulva does. Because a penis has less membraneous tissue, reactions ... More
That makes a bit more sense. I don't use lubes that have glycerine or any extra ick in them, so for me there's no issues in using them with my male or female partners, even ones who have sensitivities.
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