Tantus Slow Drive

Tantus Slow Drive

Tantus Slow Drive

The Tantus Slow Drive comes in lime green. Glorious, slightly shimmery, candy-bright lime green. I get eye-orgasms gazing at these new and brilliant limited edition colors, which also include pearly teal and silvery slate. I want to eat this delicious-looking masterpiece of a dildo.1

Skinny and simple, the Slow Drive features a dramatic curve at the tip, with an insertable length of 5″ (also available in a Long version, at 7.25″ insertable). Slow Drive’s smooth, glossy silicone surface has a little bit of squish, and while sturdy and firm in density, its modest 1.25″ diameter makes the dildo moderately bendable.

The shiny silicone of the Slow Drive is just soft enough to warm myself up to G-spot play. After I’ve had enough slow stroking, I can angle the curved tip more directly into my G-spot and start thrusting away for more intense stimulation. As the diameter barely changes throughout the length of this dildo, Slow Drive feels incredibly smooth gliding in and out.

Slow Drive possesses magical G-spot powers: what this toy may not have in size and girth is made up for with a magnificent curve. The rounded shape of the tip and the firmness of the silicone results in a combination that feels like a large, gently curved finger; the feeling is not too intense, but prominent enough to firmly categorize this dildo as a wonderful G-spot toy.

My only criticism is that the small and rather thin base is somewhat difficult to grasp when thrusting. The base is a unique triangular shape, perhaps for ease of use in a harness, but isn’t much to hold on to during solo use.

With an exception of the small and difficult-to-hold base, I love everything about the majestic Tantus Slow Drive and all its shimmery lime green glory. Perfect for warm-up, harnesses, anal and prostate play, or just good old fashioned G-spotting, Slow Drive is a great addition to any dildo collection.

Make sure to get yourself one of these new, limited edition Tantus releases in lime, silver, or teal (get 20% off with code LIMITEDEX, and hurry while they last)! Let’s all show Tantus that we demand more wonderful unique colors like these.

This toy was sent to me courtesy of Tantus in exchange for an honest and thoughtful review.

  1. Which makes me think of a genius product idea: mini Tantus-toy-shaped hard candies. Dear Tantus: I’ll be waiting for your call when you’re ready to hire me as a full-time Dildo Wizard. []
Toyfriend Seti

Toyfriend Seti

Toyfriend Seti

The Toyfriend Seti is a weird shape, and I was intrigued the moment I laid eyes upon its grand satellite dish design and cheerful blue hue.

The possibilities consumed me. Would NASA collect data on my orgasmic contractions? Could I broadcast NPR radio straight to my vagina? Was it time I tried some space explorer roleplay? Beam me up, Scotty.

Initially, I thought this was an insertable toy for focused G-spot stimulation, but Seti turned out to be much larger than I envisioned. Despite my doubts, I tried shoving Seti up my vagina anyway – in the name of sex toy reviewing – but my steamy fantasies of Soviet Union astronomers from the 1960s were disrupted with misery, pain, and frustration. I had to awkwardly battle my vulva to just get the satellite dish inside my body, and every moment of the ordeal was tormenting and unpleasant. The shape of Seti ensures that this is definitely not an internal toy.

What Seti is made for is pinpoint clitoral stimulation. I must admit I didn’t like this vibe the first time I used it, as in general I much prefer a broader surface area on my clit. I have to be in the right mood to find pinpoint vibration pleasureable – this is a personal preference, as my clit is very sensitive. Also, I almost always have to pair it with a good insertable toy.

So I put on some hot outer space porn, grabbed a Tantus O2 dildo, and indulged myself further in pleasurable pseudoscience. Seti features two power settings and three pulse modes. Although the highest power setting is not incredibly strong, it is plenty enough for my body when it comes to pinpoint stimulation.

Using this toy is like an exercise in restraint: As I become more aroused, I naturally want to grind the toy harder on my clit. This, however, knocks the vibe out of place, until the entire satellite dish is snuggling up against my vulva, resulting in very little feeling of vibration. It’s a challenge to hold back from grinding into the toy, which depending on my mood can be either enjoyable or annoying.

Aerie: I feel like I need to make a terrible joke about vaginas being all mysterious like Area 51 but it does not want to happen in my brain
Aerie: this post
Aerie: this post will ruin me
Amy: hahahahaa
Amy: Requires a tinfoil hat to find

Seti’s power is concentrated right through the spike of the satellite dish. The toy can be rotated so the edges or back of the dish caress the clitoris, but the vibration is very noticeably less powerful in these areas. Basically, you want to just boop the spike directly on your clit. Toyfriend could have designed Seti without the dish for the same functionality, but personally I think the cosmic theme is unique and cute. Plus, I like hoping it will help bring a certain sexy time-traveling spaceman to my door someday.

The Toyfriend Seti is a well priced silicone vibe for pinpoint clitoral stimulation, but not versatile at all for other uses. Although I do like this toy, my enjoyment of Seti is very dependent on my mood, and I don’t foresee reaching for this one often. I highly recommend knowing for sure that you really like pinpoint vibrations before you buy.

This toy was sent to me courtesy of Burlesque Toy Shop in exchange for an honest and thoughtful review. Unfortunately, Burlesque has since gone out of business, so I have updated the links in this post for my favorite online sex toy retailer SheVibe instead.

This Week in Sex: Wieners w/Cheese

for the non binary folk, by tonytoggles on DeviantArt

I thought I’d try a new kind of blog post, because I keep coming across things that are awesome and noteworthy and definitely deserve more attention than a fleeting blip of a mention in the vast, endless Twitterverse. So here’s my take on the latest news and a roundup of stuff on the internet that I believe is worth a look.

News From My Room

In case you missed it, I’m hosting my very first giveaway! One lucky winner will receive two months of Level 2 CrashPadSeries.com Membership for free. Giveaway ends on February 24.

Never miss another post on my blog! You can now subscribe to my blog via email, or subscribe to my Feedburner (for you nerds with RSS readers).

Also, my Facebook page has been resurrected from the dead, so if FB is your social network of choice, you can keep updated from there.

Upcoming reviews include Fun Factory’s Stronic Drei, as well as the Toyfriend Seti which was generously sent to me by the fantastical Burlesque Toy Shop.

News From The Blogosphere

Queeraschino Cherry has posted the mother of all Mona 2 reviews. Remove your hat(s), grab your anal beads rosary, bow down to her sex toy shrine, and prepare to laugh your ass off.

ArchVixen posted a comparative review of the Pack ‘n Play 1 and 2 by Tantus, and has helped me come to the conclusion that I would like to have both of those in my pants. You know, double-dick style. (Do they make harnesses for that?)

Sex-ational wants to hear from you if you’d like to actively participate in creating a sex-positive, education focused co-op adult industry magazine. Send them an email if you’d like to become involved, to help grow this idea and build it from the ground up.

News From The Interwebs

Facebook just added 50+ gender options, for those who are trans, genderqueer, genderfluid, bigender, agender, or just want to identify themselves as something beyond “male” or “female”. Awesome? Yes.

Finally, a worthy Buzzfeed quiz that can REALLY help answer the question, “How Gay Are You?” Believe me, this one is actually worth your time. Plus you get to pick a Beyoncé.

RedEye Chicago’s  collection of anonymous sex toy reviews for Valentine’s Day. Yeah, yeah, I know, pretty boring. Just bear with me and keep scrolling. Keeeeep scrollinggggg……. GLAZED DOUGHNUT 0/10 STARS WOULD NOT USE AGAIN.

This week, Tantus is having a serious Grab Bag Sale – 25% off all of them, with code SURPRISEME at checkout! Grab Bag toys are already crazypants cheap, and you get an exciting mystery color. That’s $17.25 for Vamp and $13.50 for Ryder, people. Sale ends on February 21.

One-day flash sale! Today is CrashPadSeries.com director Shine Louise Houston’s birthday. Celebrate the Keymaster’s special day with 18% off any level of membership, using code 4D3 at checkout. Sale lasts today only: February 18!

CatalystCon East is less than a month away! I’m all prepared with my new Moo Cards. You can now view the whole schedule online, and if you haven’t registered yet, you’ve got until next Wednesday before the ticket price shoots up again. So get on that and meet me there!

Bawdy Storytelling is celebrating their 7-Year Anniversary in San Francisco with two epic shows next week. I’ve got VIP tickets to Wednesday’s “Lucky!” show and I’m taking a pretty lady with me.

And From Elsewhere

Stuff not necessarily related to sex, but still excellent:

My good friend Amy of SlothNails has posted this sparkling glitter explosion of a nail polish review. I’ve since become obsessed with “Hello, Sweetie” and I want it on my fingers now.

While wandering Etsy very late at night, I fell into this fantastical Etsy shop and then proceeded to purchase 80 stickers that just say “clitoris”. I am also eagerly awaiting obscene amounts of stickers that say “Wieners w/Cheese”, “For Vaginal Use Only”, and “Corn”, because I need them. For things.

Meanwhile, on the internet: Typical Richard Nixon shenanigans.

CrashPadSeries Membership Giveaway

CrashPadSeries.com Giveaway

Marking one whole year of sex toy blogging at Aerie’s Room, and in the name of watching beautiful bodies tremble in pure orgasmic bliss, I am so excited to host my very first giveaway!

The amazing queer porn site CrashPadSeries is generously providing the winner of this giveaway with two months of CrashPadSeries.com membership. This membership will be at the “Level 2” tier of subscription, which includes access to over 160 streaming episodes, thousands of photos, as well as streaming Behind The Scenes interviews with the stars.

Based on the Award-Winning feminist queer porn The Crash Pad, Queer Filmmaker Shine Louise Houston brings to the web authentic female and queer sexuality. Here you’ll find real dyke porn, lesbians, femme on femme, boi, stud, genderqueer and trans-masculine performers, transwomen, transmen, queer men and women engaging in authentic queer sexuality, whether it is with safer sex, strap-on sex, cocksucking, kink and bdsm, gender play and fluidity, and always authentic orgasms.

Much thanks to CrashPadSeries for providing this amazing grand prize! Entering the giveaway is easy – just use the Rafflecopter widget below.

This giveaway ends on Monday, February 24th at 11:59 P.M. PST.

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  • Open to entrants 18+ years old only.
  • Open to entrants worldwide where not prohibited by law.
  • Ends February 24, 2014 at 11:59 P.M. PST.
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2/25 Update:

The winner of the giveaway is Apricot Creams! Congrats!

Thank you to everyone who supported me, my blog, and CrashPadSeries by tweeting and commenting!

OhMiBod Lovelife Discover

OhMiBod Lovelife Discover

I like cute things, such as kittens wrapped up in towels and corgis wearing little hoodies. So it comes as no surprise that I liked the The OhMiBod Lovelife Discover the moment I saw it, with its petite size, cute little heart-shaped face, and silly expression. Although I generally avoid pink, I actually find this toy’s rosy shade appealing combined with its marshmallow white head, and I could almost – almost – forgive the Lovelife line for only coming in one stereotypical color.

Charging the Discover feels like some kind of creepy Frankenstein brain surgery, as you carefully insert the long needle-like plug into the toy’s spherical cranium.  I must admit that I think this is kind of kick-ass, because I am a weird person. The new Lovelife line doesn’t respond to music like the classic OhMiBod products, so don’t expect to plug this one into your iPod. Discover is not waterproof, so take care when cleaning to avoid getting water into its tiny electronic brain.

As cute this toy is, I hated using Discover externally. My clit is super sensitive, and the extremely buzzy vibrations of Discover are pretty numbing. On days I’m feeling extra-sensitive, this vibe is actually too uncomfortable for me to use on my clit. Discover has to take the trophy for some of the most unpleasant surface-buzziness that I’ve come across, and although I found that the pulse settings slightly help alleviate the numbing sensations, I haven’t been able to orgasm using this toy externally. Also, for those who like power, this vibe’s highest setting isn’t all that strong.

I do really like Discover for thrusting, however. The silicone is very buttery smooth to the touch, and the graduated curve allows for easy insertion. The vibe’s round head is easy for me to use as a handle (but I also have freakishly tiny hands, so it might be more difficult for someone with bear paws). Discover’s shape and smaller size feels very nice for when I’m not craving something enormous in my vagina, and buzzy vibrations don’t numb me on the inside like they do on my clit. Each time I became frustrated with this vibe on my clit, I’d switch to thrusting it internally, and found Discover far more pleasurable to use this way.

If OhMiBod can upgrade the Lovelife Discover to have stronger, deeper, and more rumbly vibrations, and offer at least one more color option besides candy pink, I would be ALL over this toy line. The silicone is silky smooth, the design is cute without being cringeworthy, and the shape is pleasurable. I’ll be very interested in seeing what OhMiBod comes out with next.

Good Vibrations - Sex Toys

This toy was sent to me courtesy of Good Vibrations in exchange for an honest and thoughtful review.