Jelly toys that can hit the g-spot? And cleaning questions.

laurenrs laurenrs
Emerald studs G-spot
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Can ayone else get this, (or other flexible) jelly vibrators to hit the G-spot? And also, whats the big deal with jelly? I love the material, and feel if I wash it in warm soapy water real well its squeeky clean,is this not the case? I never share my toys, and RARELY use them anally.
01/28/2012
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Ryuson Ryuson
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Originally posted by laurenrs
Can ayone else get this, (or other flexible) jelly vibrators to hit the G-spot? And also, whats the big deal with jelly? I love the material, and feel if I wash it in warm soapy water real well its squeeky clean,is this not the case? I never share my ... More
All materials are made of molecules that come together in certain structures, and all of them have gaps in between molecules (you've heard that discussion about how most matter is empty space and that things can fit in those spaces, I'm sure!)

Let's just say that the average 'bad' bacteria (e-coli etc) is about 2 inches long, for easy visualization. If the gaps in a jelly toy are 3 inches long, the bacteria can bury themselves into the material and then hang out there until you re-introduce them to a sustainable environment (aka your vagina.)

In 'nonporous' materials like plastic, metal, or glass the holes are only (in this hypothetical visualization) a few centimeters long, making it impossible for the bacteria to hide out inside the material.

I hope I helped some!
01/28/2012
BobbiJay BobbiJay
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Originally posted by Ryuson
All materials are made of molecules that come together in certain structures, and all of them have gaps in between molecules (you've heard that discussion about how most matter is empty space and that things can fit in those spaces, I'm ... More
That was a great way to explain it. I Have one jelly toy that I really like.link But I buy a new one Every year or so. I don't use it that much otherwise I would replace it more. I was h my toys regularly but you just never know with a jelly toy.
01/28/2012
QSBybakd QSBybakd
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Originally posted by Ryuson
All materials are made of molecules that come together in certain structures, and all of them have gaps in between molecules (you've heard that discussion about how most matter is empty space and that things can fit in those spaces, I'm ... More
Such a helpful post!

I have a great G-spot toy that's made of TPE (it's jelly-like but a bit safer to use). It's super flexible, but I've never had a problem hitting my G-spot with this thing. link
01/29/2012
laurenrs laurenrs
That makes me not want to use it anymore..
02/01/2012
Ryuson Ryuson
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Originally posted by laurenrs
That makes me not want to use it anymore..
Hahaha, that totally wasn't my intent! With jelly toys I recommend using a condom over them or just not keeping them for very long (Like BobbiJay says she replaces her one jelly toy a year.) Just don't switch orifices and don't keep it for forever!
02/01/2012
laurenrs laurenrs
Thanks!
02/06/2012
Nice to Eat you Nice to Eat you
They melt eventually, and leave an aftertaste(if someone is tasting). They seem like they may be leaving some toxins behind, but I can't prove it.
02/07/2012
sweetpea12 sweetpea12
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Originally posted by laurenrs
Can ayone else get this, (or other flexible) jelly vibrators to hit the G-spot? And also, whats the big deal with jelly? I love the material, and feel if I wash it in warm soapy water real well its squeeky clean,is this not the case? I never share my ... More
I think jelly toys are useless when it comes to g-spot stimulation just because it's not hard enough to create good pressure. Unless the toy is large
02/07/2012
Petite Cannibal Petite Cannibal
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Originally posted by Ryuson
All materials are made of molecules that come together in certain structures, and all of them have gaps in between molecules (you've heard that discussion about how most matter is empty space and that things can fit in those spaces, I'm ... More
Well, if this one above me hadn't already answered, my answer would be the same. Also, I normally don't buy jellies, considering the vibrations aren't very strong in toys like this.
12/25/2012
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