Have you ever had a toy designed to "look into" your lover, or have you used a toy for that type play?

Bignuf Bignuf
We have had the love periscope, as well as glass dildo's and plugs, allowing us to "watch" what was going on inside. We wish there were more toys like that, or better ones (better lighting, better optical quality). My hubby loved to lick my clit to orgasm, while watching my cervix spasm through a thick glass dildo, with an LED bulb built into the tip.

How about you?
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RonLee , lilbare82 , Bignuf , leanright69
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smalltalkingbit , Ansley , edeneve , Pete's Princess , CajunCutie , klump78 , BellaSucette , bighose , BlackOrchid , flameworker , peppermintgal , C&K0143 , PadoruLover , Rin (aka Nire) , Fetisha , CoffeeCup , pinkpottergirl , BlushingGirl , wicked48 , KRD , Lvstoplay , Flurby , Elysian , pyratess , badnewsbaby , OrchidCrush , SexScienceAndFood
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Rossie , Gunsmoke , Sincerely Yours, N , Fetisha , MorganaLeFae , CoffeeCup , sl33py , pinkpottergirl , SexScienceAndFood
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wrecklesswords
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Rossie Rossie
No thank you, not very appealing to the eye, and we're not into that type of kink!
Jan 13, 9:03 pm
wrecklesswords wrecklesswords
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Originally posted by Bignuf
We have had the love periscope, as well as glass dildo's and plugs, allowing us to "watch" what was going on inside. We wish there were more toys like that, or better ones (better lighting, better optical quality). My hubby loved to ... More
Okay, so I have a glass dildo, but I NEVER thought about it being used for viewing like that, so I selected other in my vote. Hah! What an interesting concept, especially since my man likes to watch me while he finger fucks me
Jan 14, 11:18 am
Ansley Ansley
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Originally posted by Rossie
No thank you, not very appealing to the eye, and we're not into that type of kink!
That's pretty much how we feel about it as well. Just sooo not our thing.

I've knew a girl who used to steal speculums from her gyno for that purpose.
Jan 14, 3:06 pm
edeneve edeneve
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Originally posted by Ansley
That's pretty much how we feel about it as well. Just sooo not our thing.

I've knew a girl who used to steal speculums from her gyno for that purpose.
hahahahaha, too funny, silly girl.
Jan 14, 7:24 pm
Pete's Princess Pete's Princess
I never even thought about using a toy for viewing. I am not into glass toys, too hard for me. No desire for the speculum - once a year is enough with that. Stealing from your doctor is bad karma but to each her own.
Jan 14, 9:35 pm
Ansley Ansley
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Originally posted by edeneve
hahahahaha, too funny, silly girl.
I just found it to be really disrespectful.
Jan 15, 11:32 am
Ansley Ansley
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Originally posted by Pete's Princess
I never even thought about using a toy for viewing. I am not into glass toys, too hard for me. No desire for the speculum - once a year is enough with that. Stealing from your doctor is bad karma but to each her own.
See, that's what I thought, too. Those things aren't cheap and I don't know how they do inventory control in a DR's office but surely someone noticed it was missing.
Jan 15, 11:33 am
JennSenn JennSenn
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Originally posted by Ansley
See, that's what I thought, too. Those things aren't cheap and I don't know how they do inventory control in a DR's office but surely someone noticed it was missing.
Vaginal speculum: $4.49 on ebay. And I bet they buy them in bulk. Plus, aren't they using disposable ones now?
Jan 15, 2:49 pm
Ansley Ansley
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Originally posted by JennSenn
Vaginal speculum: $4.49 on ebay. And I bet they buy them in bulk. Plus, aren't they using disposable ones now?
Have you ever seen the breakdown for the charges during a pap smear? That speculum is listed for five times that much.
Jan 15, 2:52 pm
JennSenn JennSenn
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Originally posted by Ansley
Have you ever seen the breakdown for the charges during a pap smear? That speculum is listed for five times that much.
Seriously?
Maybe it's time to start bringing our own. XP
Jan 15, 2:55 pm
wrecklesswords wrecklesswords
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Originally posted by JennSenn
Seriously?
Maybe it's time to start bringing our own. XP
ahaha, think they would knock anything off for real? :p
Jan 15, 3:38 pm
BellaSucette BellaSucette
Never thought of that, but I think it might be kind of interesting to be able to watch as my partner spasm as I make her orgasm. Sounds kind of hot. <3
Jan 16, 5:14 am
Ansley Ansley
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Originally posted by JennSenn
Seriously?
Maybe it's time to start bringing our own. XP
Seriously. You know there's a reason we're in this whole healthcare crisis and it has nothing to do with Obamacare. It has everything to do with being charged $60 for a tablet of aspirin that retails for 30 cents a unit. Gotta pay those Harvard Student Loans somehow. Yep, yep!
Jan 16, 11:00 am
wrecklesswords wrecklesswords
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Originally posted by Ansley
Seriously. You know there's a reason we're in this whole healthcare crisis and it has nothing to do with Obamacare. It has everything to do with being charged $60 for a tablet of aspirin that retails for 30 cents a unit. Gotta pay those ... More
You are so right!!

Oh my god, more people need to see breakdowns of their medical bills and then they will understand! They will understand what the real problem is!
Jan 16, 11:31 am
Ansley Ansley
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Originally posted by wrecklesswords
You are so right!!

Oh my god, more people need to see breakdowns of their medical bills and then they will understand! They will understand what the real problem is!
Indeed and here we go hijacking again. In short, educate yourself. It'll save you a ton of hell in the end.
Jan 16, 11:37 am
RonLee RonLee
Yes I have peered into more than one lover's vagina, with permission of course.
Jan 16, 12:28 pm
Bignuf Bignuf
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Originally posted by wrecklesswords
Okay, so I have a glass dildo, but I NEVER thought about it being used for viewing like that, so I selected other in my vote. Hah! What an interesting concept, especially since my man likes to watch me while he finger fucks me
Try it. Some of the glass one's are really "optically clear".
Jan 16, 5:50 pm
Bignuf Bignuf
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Originally posted by Ansley
That's pretty much how we feel about it as well. Just sooo not our thing.

I've knew a girl who used to steal speculums from her gyno for that purpose.
We enjoy the "viewing" toys, but the speculums and such...well, those are just too "clinical" for our play. We like toys that are still toys, but we know one of our friends do indeed own a bunch of vaginal and anal speculums among other "medical fetish" toys. To each their own.
Jan 16, 5:52 pm
Bignuf Bignuf
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Originally posted by Pete's Princess
I never even thought about using a toy for viewing. I am not into glass toys, too hard for me. No desire for the speculum - once a year is enough with that. Stealing from your doctor is bad karma but to each her own.
You can buy these speculums for a couple bucks online. Stealing from a doctors office (or anywhere) really is not cool. Hopefully she "stole" a cheap disposable. Stealing the all metal kind would be an added insult to her doctor as those can cost many hundreds of dollars.
Jan 16, 5:54 pm
Bignuf Bignuf
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Originally posted by Ansley
Seriously. You know there's a reason we're in this whole healthcare crisis and it has nothing to do with Obamacare. It has everything to do with being charged $60 for a tablet of aspirin that retails for 30 cents a unit. Gotta pay those ... More
Oh my...Stormy, you open a can of worms far, FAR larger then you know. Yes, those student loans must be paid and they can be many hundreds of thousands of dollars, but do you really think the doctor is getting that money when a hospital charges $69 for that tablet? NO, you are paying the bill for the two hundred other people that pay zero for their huge hospital bills, because of the way the system is set up. You are paying for the aspirin and everything else going to millions of illegal immigrants who never get a bill, and to those millions of citizens who may get one, but don't ever pay a penny. You are paying for the fact that malpractice and liability in a lawsuit happy society has made it outrageously expensive to deliver heath care. All the new stuff being added certainly doesn't help. However, there is a lot going on causing the "health care" crisis (which never really was a "crisis", by the way...otherwise people from all over the globe, with their "free" government healthcare would not have been flocking here to pay, out of pocket, for American health care, when they needed it. You are too wise a person to fall into that simplistic, low information voter trap of "blame the doctor" mindset.
Jan 16, 6:01 pm
Bignuf Bignuf
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Originally posted by wrecklesswords
You are so right!!

Oh my god, more people need to see breakdowns of their medical bills and then they will understand! They will understand what the real problem is!
No..your medical bill will not reveal the cause that things cost what they do. It will only reveal that the current system causes things to be far more expensive then they should be. How much do you think you would pay for a Ford Focus, as a paying customer, if the Ford dealer had to give FREE Ford cars, and some trucks, and vans, to everyone that walked in the door? How about if you, the paying customer, was the sixty fifth customer in the door that day, but the other sixty four had driven out with "FREE" cars. Who is going to make up the cost for the dealer (one who cannot close, must pay Ford for their stock and has to pay the bills to stay open, and pay a salary to their staff)? THAT, is how running a hospital works now. Think about it. In that same situation, your "Ford Focus" "itemized bill" would read "Steering wheel...$76,000, Radio Knob....$154,000"...et c.
Jan 16, 6:05 pm
Bignuf Bignuf
Holy Moley, Mr. Bignuf here, on a rare solo appearance. Mrs. Bignuf just left for a long, late night shift at work and was actually in a huff over, of all things, this thread on EF! Some folks here managed to hit her one "hot button topic" and I don't mean that "happy hot button". First, please understand, she is not just passionate about this topic of health care costs, but people pay her some serious money to speak about it, and when she speaks, people with serious degree's and training listen. She knows a lot about this topic. I don't want to go into too much identity detail here, but believe me about that.
Sorry if her responses were a bit "hot under the collar", but she was rushing to get out the door and I will either come back later or have her take a few more moments to explain what she was trying to say, more clearly.
Jan 16, 7:27 pm
Oriental husband and wife Oriental husband and wife
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Originally posted by Bignuf
Holy Moley, Mr. Bignuf here, on a rare solo appearance. Mrs. Bignuf just left for a long, late night shift at work and was actually in a huff over, of all things, this thread on EF! Some folks here managed to hit her one "hot button topic" ... More
She's not alone on this sore topic. Many if not most people in healthcare feel the same way.
Jan 17, 5:54 pm
Bignuf Bignuf
Okay, Mrs. Bignuf back again. Indeed, we in healthcare understand what is going on, but even some very intelligent people outside the field don't understand the facts, since the press rarely covers it in a clear way.

Let's make this a clear example. Above, it was noted that an aspirin "retails for 30 cents a unit". Okay, that sounds great. Everyone seems cool with the fact that CVS or Walgreens sells an aspirin that actually costs 2 cents to make, but is selling for 30 cents is fair. Why? Because they understand it has to be packed, shipped, stocked, and everyone along the chain makes money, including the CVS or Walgreens and they have to pay their employees, and their store expenses, etc.

Are we all on the same page here?

Let's also agree that if it were not for shoplifting...which we can all pretty much agree is bad, as people are stealing stuff they didn't pay for, and the rest of us have to pay, then that aspirin tablet might only cost 26 cents a unit, but we all seem okay to pay that extra bit to cover those who walk out with a pill bottle in their pocket.

Okay, but let's consider some other "scenario". Forget an illegal shoplifter. Let's say the CVS or Walgreens has to GIVE AWAY aspirin tablets to every person who walks in the door and says they can't pay for one! But wait...those folks are sicker then many and so needs lots and lots of aspirin's free. How much would aspirin cost for those of us paying then? Oh wait, it turns out the people walking into the CVS or Walgreens and saying "we cannot pay" are also getting free Band-Aids, and free dressings and ointment and chips and drinks, and yes, all the necessities of healthcare and life that can be found in that drugstore. (Kind of like what happens in a hospital...eh?) But wait, a number of other shoppers walk in and say "we are not asking for things free, we have insurance and pay our bills" and walk out with their bag of good, feeling great about life. Except what you don't know is that the insurance has paid CVS or Walgreens only 5 cents for this 30 cent aspirin and made them wait two months to get paid for it, after having an army of people filling out forms. Oh, it gets better, because the "insured" customer is also getting a $3 Band-Aid box, but the insurance is only paying CVS or Walgreens 85 cents for it.

Are you starting to get the idea?

Now, YOU, lucky you, the paying customer...paying cash, walks into that CVS or Walgreens. How much do you think they HAVE to charge you for an aspirin now, to keep the doors open, to pay their bills and to keep medicine on the shelves? You would be lucky if it was "only" $60.

Oh wait, as a customer of that CVS or Walgreens, you also demand that they keep a few multi-million dollar machines to test blood pressure or vision, in the back of the store. Only a few people may need those tests, and sure, they may not even have insurance, but by gosh, you demand that those ferociously expensive device "must" be there, along with experts to run them, 24 hours a day, seven days a week...because, you never know when it may be YOU, who needs them. Right? So...how does CVS or Walgreens pay for those devices and people? Oh yes, they MUST raise the price for those few people who actually pay for an aspirin or Band-Aid. Now, when an Aspirin tablet costs $100, do you understand why?

It is because in no other field, in no other industry, in no other endeavor you can name, can anyone walk in the door, and not only "expect", but legally and cordially receive, every service available, regardless if they can pay or not. Can you walk into your local car dealership, say "I am poor, so I am driving out with a new Lexus for free today"? However, you can be poor and go into a hospital, ring up a multi million dollar ICU bill and never pay a penny. It happens every day in the USA. Period. Same as the millions of less dramatic bills rung up.

Can you walk into the car dealership and say "I have a CAR POLICY", so I am driving out with a new $75,000 Lexus, but the "policy" is only going to pay the dealer $6,000?

All this is exactly how hospitals and health care now work in this country.

I am NOT saying poor people should not get healthcare or that we shouldn't give all the best care to every patient. I am not saying that insurance isn't good or any such thing. I am saying that by looking at your hospital bill and seeing a $60 aspirin tablet and thinking some doctor is walking out laughing, with $59 dollars in his or her pocket is to totally and completely fail to understand the complexity and reality of the situation.

Now, I really posted this thread to speak about some cool, transparent toys, and how it became a hot topic of health care costs is so far beyond my comprehension I cannot begin to express it.

Let's get back to the FUN STUFF and if you want to discuss serious issues of health care costs, then perhaps it is best done with a lot of study into the details and maybe on a different forum??
Jan 17, 10:52 pm
RonLee RonLee
Mrs. Bignuf, in my own small way I've been attempting to describe to my more uninformed friends what you so very eloquently explained.
Thank You!
Jan 18, 10:17 am
Bignuf Bignuf
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Originally posted by RonLee
Mrs. Bignuf, in my own small way I've been attempting to describe to my more uninformed friends what you so very eloquently explained.
Thank You!
Thank you for the kind words. I was surprised to get some "private message" thank you's, as well, from people passionate about this issue (mostly health care providers) and yet beaten down by those who fail to have a clue about the real issues in health care...and don't want to publically make a comment, even here, anonymously. That shows you how divisive an issue this has become. Very sad.

In any case, the more people who speak the truth and are willing to stand up to nonsense talk about any political, financial or cultural issue, the more we stand a slight chance of keeping the nation and world from totally going "off the tracks".

Thanks again, and be well.
Jan 19, 10:28 am
Bignuf Bignuf
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Originally posted by Oriental husband and wife
She's not alone on this sore topic. Many if not most people in healthcare feel the same way.
So true. Thanks for pointing that out. Isn't it strange that so many people have these ideas about health care and health care costs, but fail to ask those in the field about their understanding? If you want to know about flying planes, ask a pilot...not a legislator or news anchor. If you want to know about health care costs, ask a nurse, doctor, respiratory therapist, physical therapist, pharmacist. Maybe then you will start to get a clear picture and the straight scoop.
Jan 19, 10:30 am
wrecklesswords wrecklesswords
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Originally posted by Bignuf
Okay, Mrs. Bignuf back again. Indeed, we in healthcare understand what is going on, but even some very intelligent people outside the field don't understand the facts, since the press rarely covers it in a clear way.

Let's make this a ... More
I just wanna say that I just now got back to this thread in particular and I definitely did not mean to set you off Mrs. Bignuf. I apologize greatly that my statement was as uneducated as it was.

And I also want to say thank you for actually explaining it all to us instead of just getting angry and storming off. I appreciate that a lot as it has given me more knowledge in the entire situation.
Jan 19, 4:01 pm
Bignuf Bignuf
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Originally posted by wrecklesswords
I just wanna say that I just now got back to this thread in particular and I definitely did not mean to set you off Mrs. Bignuf. I apologize greatly that my statement was as uneducated as it was.

And I also want to say thank you for actually ... More
THANK YOU for the kind words. In fact, I get in a huff hearing people make statements that are far from reality, as it is basically spreading a falsehood that perpetuates societal misinformation. However, I never get mad at an individual if I know that they simply don't understand this issue. There is a LOT on earth I do not know about. However, this is one area where I make part of my living educating the "experts" about! Thus I am thrilled to be able to have the chance to educate people on the topic and honestly am very, very happy to hear someone like you, willing to expand your knowledge and understanding on this complex, but critical topic that effects us all. Some people just cling to their simple notions and do not want to ever hear of the real dimensions of the issues (doesn't make for a two second sound clip), but then there are the thinking, intelligent people in the world...like YOU...who give me hope that in the long run, our nation will be alright!!!
Jan 19, 8:27 pm
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