Cupid's Pink, Glass ArrowThe Pink Swirl is a beautiful, multi-purpose double ended dildo that is as easy on the eyes as it is the body. Its sleek and direct lines may strike the beginner as a bit esoteric, but more experienced players will have no trouble reaching the heights of pleasure with this luxurious pleasure object. Coiling ridges provide subtle sensations with each thrust as this toy's arrow-shaped head zeros in on ecstasy.
The Swirl does not have a curve to it, and it requires some creative maneuvering to get it to hit the spot. If you don't know what you're looking for, you'll have some trouble guiding this one there; the Swirl does not intuitive move upward in the way that other dildos do. However, if you are like myself and are an avid G-spotter then you will love this toy, provided you don't mind putting a little muscle into it. Some careful angling will get you there in no time flat, and the coiling ridges provide incredible stimulation to the labia minora and the foremost few inches of the vagina. These areas are all too often neglected in our G-spot-crazy sex toy culture, and they thanked me heartily for being included in the fun with intense orgasms.
Glass is a dense, unforgiving material and if you are new to it then I would not recommend thrusting with it. Take your time becoming familiar with your preferences, as glass can bruise the cervix or simply leave your nether bits slightly sore if you're not careful. This toy should not be used anally as it does not have an adequate flange to prevent it from slipping to far into the rectum. Save yourself an embarrassing trip to the ER and invest in a glass plug with a substantial base.
With the exception of each end of the dildo and the lovely coiling ridge, this is quite a smooth toy. I tend to shy away from heavily textured toys made from glass or metal, and I think the Swirl strikes a great balance between uncomfortably bumpy and yawn-worthy in its simplicity. As I've mentioned, the coiling ridge is. absolutely. awesome. I preferred the arrow shaped head for penetration because the pointed tip gave me the pressure I needed on my G-spot to get me off, but if you require less pressure you may favor the rounded end. Both are delicious, and I think it's a great dildo to have if you plan to use this toy on others as well as yourself since you have so many options. Less texture, less pressure? No problem. More texture, more pressure? Also no problem!
The Pink Swirl is an excellent choice for those with modest appetites for girth as well as for those that prefer whimsy and fantasy to realism. I'm reminded more of a sci-fi space princess' scepter than a phallus when I look at this, which is more of my M.O. than bulging veins and the like. This dildo is discreet enough for travel, but must be stored carefully or else it may be broken in transit.
For a pin-straight toy that has no natural inclination toward the ever-finicky G-spot, this provided my some very complex and satisfying stimulation internally. No, this dildo did not hunker down effortlessly behind my pubic bone and provide perfectly even and firm pressure. I did achieve toe-curling, sheet-sopping orgasms, but it was only by angling the toy upward and thrusting with some moderately intense pressure. I can't say I really minded terribly.
When I came, I came hard, and I found the delicious swirls provided sensation to parts of my vagina that I often neglect in my desire to reach other parts of it. Sometimes you want that easy climax so you can just curl up and fall asleep quickly. But I liked having to work a little bit, and the time it took to get there forced me to slow down and enjoy all the textures and sensation. It forced me to become mindful of the whole experience and remember other parts of my body that I neglect as I often isolate the G-spot out and forget everything else.
If you do choose to boil this toy, be mindful that it should not be taken from one temperature extreme to another. This means, don't take it out of the pot of water and stick it straight in the freezer unless you want a broken toy! You should also be careful and ensure that the Swirl doesn't bump against the bottom of the pot as the water boils; you can hold it in place with a pair of metal tongs to prevent this.
This toy can be safely used with any form of lubricant, including water, oil and silicone bases. It should be stored in a protective pouch such as the one provided, or in a sock or the like. It's best not to store it along side other hard materials (other glass toys, metal toys, etc.) unless it is thoroughly padded and protected.