Need a little help here...

Sugar Mama Sugar Mama
I'm new to the sex toy world, having just bought my first toy almost a week ago, and my second yesterday. Anyway, the first toy I bought ("Butterfly Kiss" by Cal Exotics) is great, but the shaft part doesn't reach quite far enough for me.

Are there any reccomendations you may have for a vibe (preferably a rabbit vibe) that's longer and can reach my g-spot and that's non-threatening in terms of thickness? (I'm quite tight. ^^; )
04/11/2010
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Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
You might try the G-ki which is a little longer. Is your issue with the Butterfly Kiss because it's too short or because it's too floppy to curve and apply adequate pressure where you need it? I ask because the latter is my experience
04/11/2010
Sugar Mama Sugar Mama
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Originally posted by Adriana Ravenlust
You might try the G-ki which is a little longer. Is your issue with the Butterfly Kiss because it's too short or because it's too floppy to curve and apply adequate pressure where you need it? I ask because the latter is my experience
Well, I'm not exactly sure about that; I've never actually found my g-spot before. ^^; I think it may be both because, even though I manage to climax with it, I'm not feeling it touch anything sensitive inside me. Perhaps something a bit stiffer would help as well, but I do think it does need to be longer, too.
04/11/2010
Naughty Student Naughty Student
I know from reading other reviews on rabbit vibes that it is quite hard to get one that stimulated both the clitoris and g-spot at the same time seeing as our anatomies all differ and the toys are not perfectly designed for everyone.

Perhaps the Tango would work for you? Or the We Vibe?

You have to do a lot of searching before you find the one you decide on. Some people require a stiffer type of toy for g-spot stimulation, some not. Also, you may require more powerful or less powerful vibrations for the clit. You might prefer a type of material or a type of battery. These are all things to take into account before you purchase a toy.

So every toy that interests you, you must analyze according to what you think works best, according to what you have tried so far that has worked for you. You can also write questions to reviews if you want more details about a toy they have tried that you think might work for you.

You could do a search in the dual vibe catergory and simply click on the option to see everything in a list. That way you can see the pros and cons and you can scan more quickly through the products.

Good luck!
04/12/2010
Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
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Originally posted by Sugar Mama
Well, I'm not exactly sure about that; I've never actually found my g-spot before. ^^; I think it may be both because, even though I manage to climax with it, I'm not feeling it touch anything sensitive inside me. Perhaps something a ... More
G-ki would fit both of those criteria and the curve is great for finding your G-spot. However, sometimes our G-spots are just a little dormant and nothing but time and maybe kegels can change that (so don't expect a miracle). If you are achieving orgasm at all, I wouldn't stress tootoo much.
04/12/2010
Sugar Mama Sugar Mama
Thank-you both for helping me out! ^_^ The G-ki looks to be the best option; however, it's not exactly in my price range at the moment. ^^; But I will definately check it out in the future! Right now I need to look for vibes that are attainable for me. Again, thank-you both!
^_^
04/12/2010
Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
I don't know if this is more in your price range: link It may work better

OTherwise, it never hurts to get a cheaper Slimline G style vibe. It didn't bring my G-spot to life but they work very well for some
04/12/2010
Sugar Mama Sugar Mama
Quote:
Originally posted by Adriana Ravenlust
I don't know if this is more in your price range: link It may work better

OTherwise, it never hurts to get a cheaper Slimline G style vibe. It didn't bring my G-spot to life but they work very well for some ... More
Oh, that's certainly more in my price range! But yes, the Slimline I would probably choose, as it seems to be a lot cheaper and it has good reviews for the most part. I'm not a penny-pincher or anything, but "cheaper and works well enough" is good for me.
04/12/2010
Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
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Originally posted by Sugar Mama
Oh, that's certainly more in my price range! But yes, the Slimline I would probably choose, as it seems to be a lot cheaper and it has good reviews for the most part. I'm not a penny-pincher or anything, but "cheaper and works well ... More
Best of luck!
04/12/2010
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
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Originally posted by Sugar Mama
I'm new to the sex toy world, having just bought my first toy almost a week ago, and my second yesterday. Anyway, the first toy I bought ("Butterfly Kiss" by Cal Exotics) is great, but the shaft part doesn't reach quite far enough ... More
I don't think you can go wrong with the Decadent Indulgence link there are several to choose from - we recommend the ones with 4 AA batteries.

Personally I recommend quality over quantity. We've had our DI for more than 4 years and it still works great - $25/year for endless great orgasms is not expensive. If you go cheap - likely you'll be replacing it before you know it.
04/13/2010
Sugar Mama Sugar Mama
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Originally posted by Gunsmoke
I don't think you can go wrong with the Decadent Indulgence link there are several to choose from - we recommend the ones with 4 AA batteries.

Personally I recommend quality over quantity. We've had our DI for more than 4 years and it ... More
I have looked at the DI 2, before. I like the looks of it, but I think it may be a bit thick for me because another toy I have (Teagan's Jelly Bendies Ripple by California Exotics) hurts quite a bit to put in and is the same diameter and circumference as the DI 2. But the reason the Ripple may hurt might be because of all the ripples. XD I'm not sure, but I am definately interested in the DI 2.
04/13/2010
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