Hearts and RainbowsWhat better way to celebrate gay pride then by being experimental and trying something new? Though this glass dildo is not for a novice, it's a great choice for those looking for a non-threatening addition to their collection, and it's ready to use anytime you feel curious for it.
So you might ask, why would a person who is afraid of glass toys and not fond of ridges or nubs even consider buying the Rainbow Heart? It was around Gay Pride, and I felt at least one of my sex toys should reflect this and thus I found the Rainbow Heart! It's cute, colorful, and for the price, I was willing to try something new.
However, since I find ridges and nubs painful when used vaginally, I bought this toy knowing that I would only use it anally; of course, you will have to make that decision for yourself. As an anal use toy, it is easy to lube up and sit back on or use as a probe on a partner, but for my comfort level, this is not a vigorous use toy. Due to the number and size of the nubs on the shaft of the dildo, it's best used as an easy-in easy-out, slow and sensual toy (but that might just be me being cautious).
The heart shaped handle is easy to hold onto with two fingers if you have larger hands or three fingers or if you have smaller hands. Due to the length of the heart-shaped handle, it is also possible to hold onto it with your toes and sit back on it (for those with the flexibility to tuck their feet under their butts).
Coming in its own draw-string pouch, the Rainbow Heart is easy to keep discreet and store. Cleaning is made simple due to the high-resistance of the material; it's as easy as dropping it into the sink and washing it with soap and water, drying it off, and you're done!
Overall, the Rainbow Heart was an enjoyable anal probe and has helped confront my fear of using a glass toy.