In a final bout of desperation to achieve orgasm, I caved in and bought the highest-rated rabbit vibrator on Amazon. Was that a smart idea? No, but I was lucky and this became the turning point of me tackling my anorgasmia.
I loathe pink. Why is it that most sex toy companies think: "oh, we're marketing to females? Pink is the answer." Spoiler alert - it really isn't. For the love of all the things I want to stick in my vagina, or caress my clit with, start pitching more blues,grays, and marbleized colors instead.
LELO Sona's my favorite amongst the pressure-wave toys... but it's physically not for everyone. I urge you to read through my Word of Warning section if you have a (slightly) larger clitoris.
Alya is an adorable vibrator from EdenFantasys. If it weren't for the fact that it doesn't have any constant vibration or that my anatomy is wildly incompatible with it, this toy would've landed easily amongst my favorites.
Sliquid Sea is my favorite water-based lubricant. Safe to use with all toys & hypoallergenic. There are no harmful ingredients (like parabens) or sugar derivatives (glycerin/glycol/glycerol) that are known to elicit UTIs.
Long story short, I'm disappointed. The Blue Swirl G seems to have had a different design back a few years ago - and the stock photos haven't been updated since then. If you're looking to buy this glass toy, make sure you know what you're getting into before you purchase it!
The We-Vibe Rave was the first vibrator I bought - and I bought it to solve all my problems. Needless to say, I was somewhat disappointed at first, but it truly grew on me once I spent some more time learning about my own body.
We-Vibe Melt can play an entire symphony upon my clit. It's a powerful, artfully-crafted, ergonomically-shaped pressure-wave stimulator. However, it does have one particular flaw.