Rotary Dildos... What's the Point?

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Rotary Dildos... What's the Point?

MeliPixie MeliPixie
Vibrating rotary dildo
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Exactly as the title says, I'm confused and wondering what the whole point is to a rotary dildo. Especially this one, because it's very smooth (for the most part) and vibrates, which to me seems like it would negate any feeling from the rotary function.

Am I wrong? Are these novel in their own way? Someone convince me!
02/26/2012
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Jul!a Jul!a
I think the big allure is twisting the design that's on the head internally to create new sensations. I read the review for that one, and it had a few interesting points but nothing that really helped me understand it any better.

Hopefully somebody else can come along and clear it up better than me?
02/27/2012
Beck Beck
I purchased the Pink Rotator, which was because I wanted my hubby to perform oral and spin it around with the handle. It feels really awesome and it is not like another other glass dildo. I can't speak for the one you are referring to, since I don't own it, but maybe one day.
02/27/2012
charletnarouh charletnarouh
I've never used one. But evidently they're also known as "juicers" and seem to be very popular in glass. I read a bunch of reviews on this one. The term "juicer" refers to the fact that most women get extremely wet when one is used on them. It's supposed to be inserted and then the knob on the handle (offset for this purpose) used to rotate the dildo. It seems popular, from what I've read, both for the enjoyment of itself, but also as as a warm-up or foreplay to get ready for larger toys or PIV sex. Glass ones I've seen, like the one I linked, have the swirls on them as well as divits out of the head that create a unique sensation when rotated. They also have raised nubs on the round base that are supposed to be able to stimulate the clit as it turns, but this seems to be unique to each woman's specific anatomy as to whether it works or how effective it is. Some women rave about the nubs while others don't feel a thing. The're short, the idea being that the head will rotate against the g-spot, though whether it will depends on the anatomy of a particular woman, of course. The other benefit, from what I've read, is that these are hard material, glass or metal, which means that normally, you would have to be quite cautious with thrusting them, but because they are short, they make good thrusters for people who like firm materials and thrusting and don't want to worry about holding back to avoid bruising the cervix.
02/27/2012
charletnarouh charletnarouh
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Originally posted by charletnarouh
I've never used one. But evidently they're also known as "juicers" and seem to be very popular in glass. I read a bunch of reviews on this one. The term "juicer" refers to the fact that most women get extremely wet when ...
Oh! The glass one I linked is not a vibrator though! So there's that. Though with all the rotating I'm not sure I'd miss the vibes. But maybe it would make it better. The smooth metal would be a really different sensation then the swirled glass. Would be interesting to read a comparison of someone who has used both.
02/27/2012
LinToxic LinToxic
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Originally posted by MeliPixie
Exactly as the title says, I'm confused and wondering what the whole point is to a rotary dildo. Especially this one, because it's very smooth (for the most part) and vibrates, which to me seems like it would negate any feeling from the ...
Rotary dildos should have some kind of texture I agree. But I actually like spinning around dildos sometimes.
03/01/2012
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