Can you keep it up?

Over all, I would recommend it, but it certainly isn't for everybody. However, if you're trans-friendly and into politics, I would suggest not going with it.
easy to clean, sleek, looks good
weak vibe, vibe eats battery, heavy, awkward
Rating by reviewer:
somewhat useful review
My ex-girlfriend and I bought this one last summer. When we first tried to use it we couldn't really get it in; it took a few tries. When we finally got over that task she found it hard to KEEP it in because it's relatively heavy and with each thrust it seemed to want to slide out. When I went to use it, I eventually just gave up and used my hand to get it done. She later relayed to me that she preferred not using it. The bullet also only lasted a few hours, and the batteries are a bit hard to replace.

It's relatively easy to clean; I use a simple toy cleaner (don't use generic soap! It is porous to a degree!). Due to being silicone you should not use a silicone based lube with it if you'd like your toy to survive. I tend to clean it before and after use, and have now made a habit of keeping it in a plastic baggie to keep dust and hair from collecting on it. I would certainly suggest using a condom on both ends of it to keep it cleaner and easier to clean up.

Due to the manufacturer being trans-phobic, I would not suggest buying this if you support trans rights. Though, it is good for gender-play and role playing. I know some women who have used it as a part of their role playing, and have no problem keeping it securely in. Some women I've met have recommended using a harness with it to keep it in place better.

I do however like how sleek it is, but for someone who has a short vagina it sometimes ended up being uncomfortable due to it hitting my cervix from time to time. Thankfully it did allow my partners and I to have multiple different positions that we wouldn't have been able to do with just our hands. (After all... gravity does still apply during sex!)
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    Who might this product be best for? How is it best used? What are the best circumstances or situations for using this product?
    • Can be worn during intercourse
    • Couples
    • Gender play
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    • Bedroom / on a bed
    • Campus/roommate living
    • On a bed only
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  • Contributor: Jimbo Jones
    I presume that you were referring to the dildo end hitting your cervix, correct? Silicone is non-porous, so the type of soap should not be a problem. I did not realize that Tantus was trans-phobic. Thanks for the review.
  • Contributor: Tuesday
    What makes you say Tantus is trans-phobic? I'm not saying they aren't. I just hadn't heard that before.
  • Contributor: Boobs and Lubes
    I had never heard of trans phobic before, and it's hard to understand how an entire company can be phobic. It may be good to reiterate on what your saying. BTW we couldn't keep this one in either, but with the aslan harness it worked well.
  • Contributor: Jewelweed
    I heard this about Feeldoe and transphobia lately, here's an article on it.

    It seems they took it down, but still pretty upsetting.
  • Contributor: Spilock
    That testimonial was definitely in bad taste, but I don't think that a single testimonial on Mia's site means that the entire Tantus company is trans phobic. If anything, it would point more to Mia and/or her marketing assistance. From what I've seen from Tantus here on EF and the forums, they seem very open minded helpful.

    Also, the feeldoe is not porous, due to it being silicone. Other than those two worries, nice review on the overall.
  • Contributor: BuckeyeGal04
    Not sure what to say besides there's not a lot of info here.
  • Contributor: lemony
    Thanks for reviewing
  • Contributor: Positwist
    While I love that you commented on the ethics of Tantus, you need to explain your claim. Saying "Tantus is transphobic" without telling us why you think so is not helpful.

    Thanks for the link, Cyybergod.
  • Contributor: FHeemz
    Thanks for the awesome review! =)
  • Contributor: r00ster
  • Contributor: FieryRed
    This review could use a lot more detailed and correct info, such as with the bit about silicone being porous, which it is notTPR silicone is; and the nonspecific statement that the manufacturer is transphobic. Measurements would be good, as well. However, this IS the first place I've ever seen mention of anything regarding the Feeldoe-and-trans issue, so thank you for that.

    And yes, Cyybergod, thank you very much! I, too, dislike the message implied by putting "she" in quotation marks.
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