Everything You Need to Know About Negotiating a BDSM Scene With a Stranger

February 17th, 17   •   Posted by Mistress Kay   •   No Comments »

As many “in the lifestyle” will attest – or even those who just enjoy a blindfold now and then – kinky sex and kinky activities can be an absolutely great way to spend an afternoon. Not only does it expand the smut options you have at your disposal, but it also can be cathartic and enjoyable entirely outside of the sexual range.

That being said, playing with a stranger can, noticeably, have some serious safety concerns. BDSM is generally regarded as a large exercise in trust – trust that someone will respect your limits, untie you when you’re done, never hurt you more than you can take, will respect your body, and so forth. Playing with a stranger certainly changes a lot of these things into more of a hopeful wish – instead of the established trust you know you can count on. With that in mind, you need to be extra careful. With that care comes a full, negotiation beforehand. Not only does their willingness to negotiate show their seriousness about kink, but it also allows you both to figure out what you do/don’t want to do during the scene. While I highly recommend you do this long before the day you both are meeting up to play (and just doing a quick run-through of anything that’s changed before the scene itself), this negotiation can be done in any way you’re comfortable: e-mail, phone call, text message, Skype video, or in-person.

This list is written for all – tops or bottoms, switches, Dominants, submissives, men, female, non-binary, etc. Disregard any questions that don’t make sense for your particular scenario, but keep in mind it can be pretty important to understand a top’s limitations as well. If they have a severe sensitivity to the smell of coffee you were entirely unaware of, showing up to play after a Venti coffee might ruin a good chunk of their experience.

Where Will You Be Playing?
This is the first question in your negotiation arsenal – and it’s one of the most important. If you’ve never met this person before in your life, you’d be safest playing at a local play party. Inherent in a lot of kink play is restraint or impact play. Both of those things have the potential to go very, very wrong if your other partner isn’t exactly who they portrayed themselves as. Whether it’s a submissive who goes into a seizure from an undisclosed medical problem or a dominant who won’t respect a safeword and is hurting you, both of these scenarios can have very-real consequences. With that being said, meeting and playing with a stranger at one of your local meet-ups or play parties is always one of the best ways to go about things. In big cities, kink dungeons can occasionally be rented as well. This is a good secondary option.

If neither of those would work out, you need to hold your horses a bit and get to know this particular person, in-person, a bit better before scheduling a playtime. Meet up for coffee or lunch, and enjoy conversing and learning a lot more about them. This time will let you feel them out – any red flags? Do they brag about past consequences? Do they seem to have trouble respecting your boundaries? Are they just entirely unwilling to even meet up for lunch – showing that they’re not even serious enough to make sure you’re comfortable?

If lunch goes swimmingly and you still find yourself with very few concerns, consider a hotel room (depending on the scene you both have negotiated). Not only does this insure this person doesn’t have your home address in case of an emergency, but it’s also a public-enough place that you can hopefully get some help with screaming or escaping the room. In a worst case scenario with restraints, the housekeeping will likely come in the next day and be able to help. As with any type of play, make sure to use a safe call and cover all your bases. At the bare minimum, you should have your potential partners’ name before playing.

As always, your safety should come long-before any fun. Use all the common sense you can manage.

What Are Your Safewords?
Both (or all, in group cases) people in a scene need to have a safeword. This is a word that, if stated, means that all action needs to stop instantly. Many play parties use the standard stoplight system: “green” for “loving it”, yellow for “Maybe a bit too much”, or “Red” for “Stop!”. If “Red” is spoken in a dungeon and the action doesn’t cease, bystanders can, and will, step in. This adds a layer of protection for you. Even with private play, however, to avoid miscommunication, agreeing upon a safeword ensures that there’s absolutely no confusion when one of the people in the scene wants things to stop.

What Do They Absolutely-Hate or Will Be Unwilling to Do?
This seems simple enough, but a lot of people will forget to include this in the face of finding out what turns someone on. You also need to know what turns them off – or just makes them super uncomfortable. How much bodily contact are they interested in? Are there things that they’re not comfortable doing with a stranger – or just will find an instant turn-off? Consider some of the basics – such as restraint or spankings – but don’t forget to think about pet names either. Some people will find “Slut” to be a huge turn-on – while others will Safeword if spoken to like that. There’s no point in doing things your partner finds to be a turn-off, so make sure you cover the basics of what you’d like to do in a scene as well as any basic things you’d want to do as well.

What Do They Love or Really Want to Get Out of the Play Session?
This is the best part of negotiation. What does your potential partner love? Find out their favorite kinks – and what they like about them. Make sure to listen closely, and try to find similarities to your own enjoyment. You certainly want both of you to come out of this arrangement satisfied. Once you have their general favorite kinks, consider asking about this play session is general. Have they been really craving a pegging session? Maybe they’ve been wanting to be bound spreadeagle for the past week? (Maybe they found a scene on Smut6 they’ve been inspired to try.) Find out what they’re currently craving or what they had in mind for this particular scene. You don’t have to give detailed specifics if you don’t want to ruin the surprise, but a general overview ensures you both had the same ideas in mind.

Do They Have Any Previous Physical Injuries or Limitations?
Especially for the purpose of restraint or rope bondage, knowing about someone’s physical limitations is important. Do they have weak knees that might make kneeling a problem? Does their collarbone hurt with any weight placed upon it? Do they any internal metal bone replacements that might be problematic for electrosex play? Is there a bruise on their thigh that’s still healing? I’d recommend going down the body, top to bottom, to try to reduce the likelihood that anything gets missed.

Do They Have Any Mental Limitations?
While this can be a delicate subject to approach, it’s important to do it. You may choose to phrase it like “Are there any activities that might upset you?” Some people have negative experiences with certain activities (such as maybe a caning that went too intensely) while others will just upset them in ways they know they dislike (such as hating any negative nicknames).

Any Allergies?
While this is most important with any types of intimate play, it’s still good to know in case of extreme allergies. Find out if your newfound play partner has any allergies – or anything that causes them headaches such as perfumes.

Any Aftercare Requests or Preferences?
How you come down can be just as important as how the scene goes. Some people are going to want to be cuddled. Others may just prefer that you sit down and discuss how things went – while others may just want a blanket and a snack while they rest for a bit. Discuss what you both enjoy and make sure to find a middle ground you can both work with. If one partner wants the other person to leave right after the scene, you’re going to be surprised when the other wants cuddling. Regardless of what methods you choose, unless your partner specifically requests otherwise, a quick call or text to check-in the next day is always considered polite.

What Toys Will Be Required? Who Will Bring Them?
By now, you’ve discussed what the general scene will look like, so now it’s time to think about what items this will require – and who will bring them. Some submissives, especially for penetration toys, prefer to use their own favorites instead of worrying about whether they’ll enjoy someone else’s. Some dominants are attached to a favorite pair of restraints or flogger. Have a general plan for activities, figure out what you need to bring, and figure out who needs to bring what. Feel free to bring a bit more if needed – you can always do last-minute negotiation before the scene to figure out if that would be a welcome addition.

What Are the Sexual Limitations – if Any? How Will We Navigate Those Safely?
Some people might say this is out-of-place in a kink negotiation, but it certainly isn’t. Especially when playing with a stranger or someone off the internet, you have no idea whether they consider “sex” to be a non-issue they hadn’t thought about – or the eventual way they’ll want to end the scene. You need to bring this up. Is smut on the table? Are certain types of sex okay but not others? What protection will be required, and who will be bringing that protection? Maybe you’re okay with hands-only, but you’d like your partner to use gloves. Maybe you’re unsure if you’re comfortable with that – and it’s okay to say “I’m not sure I’ll want to do that, but I’ll bring a condom just in case”. It’s better to be overprepared than underprepared.

I hope those questions helped start you on the right path for playing with a stranger – but of course, the list isn’t exhaustive by any means. Nobody wants to spend 3 hours in negotiation for a 45 minute scene, and honestly, a lot of that information might end up being useless for someone you’ll never play with again. These questions should help you get to the bottom of what’s important for play sessions.

Sexy Slave Polished Steel Wand Massager Review

February 17th, 17   •   Posted by Mistress Kay   •   No Comments »
Sexy Slave Polished Steel Wand Massager Review

Sexy Slave Polished Steel Wand Massager Review

Available on Amazon and crafted by SEXY SLAVE, the Polished Surgical Steel G-Spot Metal Wand Massager is a prostate/g-spot dildo. Clearly crafted after the famous Njoy version, this toy is made from 316 stainless steel. 7.8″ in length with two diameters (larger: 1.5″, smaller: 1″), this wand is specifically curved to hit sensitive areas once inserted.

The packaging for the SexySlave sex toy is designed to keep your toy safe until it reaches you – and impress you once you receive it. The Stainless Steel wand is packaged in a sturdy, plain-black box with a ribbon on the lid. Inside the box (in which the lid lifts off easily), the wand is packaged with foam that’s specifically-cut to hold the toy in place. The box, unfortunately, has “Sexy Slave” emblazoned in a logo on the lid (and it’s not a sticker), so the box isn’t going to be discreet for anyone who required discretion. I wish it was a sticker that would have peeled off. The box itself, though, is sturdy, and it’s going to work just fine for long-term storage of the wand.

The first thing anyone with any sex toy experience is going to notice is this wand’s similarity to the Njoy Pure Wand. And it is extremely similar. Safety-wise, the Sexy Slave alternative is going to be a decent-enough option for someone who needs to save a bit of money. There are no hard or rough edges or anything that would make this wand massager a concerning purchase. If you choose to go with the Njoy Pure Wand, you’ll end up with much better, higher-quality packaging as well as a toy that’s better-weighted and will have an easier-to-get-ahold-of customer service. Outside of that and a few measurement differences, the Sexy Slave Massage Wand is going to be very, very similar.

Sexy Slave Polished Steel Wand Massager Review

Sexy Slave Polished Steel Wand Massager

The toy does offer a little bit of a challenge (and dual-purpose use!) with the two differently-sized ends. One of the ends is a bit larger while the other is a bit smaller. Neither end is particularly “too small” or “too large”, though. Both tend to stick to the “just right” middle sizing. However, be aware that this is made from stainless steel, so it’s entirely rigid. There’s no “give” to it. This is fantastic for most people’s g-spot stimulation. Most of those internal erogenous zones respond particularly well to hard, rigid pressure – which this is. If you’re hoping to explore squirting or g-spot pleasure (or p-spot!), this is going to be one of the best shapes out there.

You are most-likely purchasing this as a g-spot or prostate dildo – and for that use, you’re absolutely going to love it. The Sexy Slave Polished Surgical Steel wand doesn’t wimp out when it comes to the g-spot curve that it’s equipped with. Instead, it takes that curve all the way. If you’ve had issues finding these most erogenous zones with other “standard” g-spot toys, you don’t have to worry nearly as much with this one. That curve lends itself particularly well to hitting pretty much anyone’s g-spot – including those people who find that theirs is tucked up pretty deep.

Sexy Slave Polished Steel Wand Massager Review

Size difference in the ends

Much like any stainless steel toy, this wand lends itself well to temperature play. This also includes unintentional temperature play. When stored at room temperature, the wand will still relatively chilled to the touch. I’d recommend pressing it against skin or running it under warm water even for regular use to avoid the chilling experience of a frigid toy at first insertion. (Or, if you like that, then you’re going to love all stainless steel toys!) If you want to manipulate the situation, though, this property also allows the Stainless Steel Wand to be great for temperature play. Let it run under hot or frigid water, and the toy will take on those temperature properties. Don’t place it in the microwave, however. Just let water and ice cubes do all of the hard work.

One of the bigger downsides to a stainless steel wand like this is the heft – and this one carries that same downside. Steel is heavy – noticeably so. Partnered with the fact that, when lubricated (whether by external lube or your body’s lube), steel can get slippery, this can definitely require regular breaks to unlock all of its potential. Keeping a towel nearby to wipe up the toy can really help with handling as well. Depending on how long you prefer to use your g-spot dildos for, you may find this toy becomes a two-handed affair to support the weight.

Sexy Slave Polished Steel Wand Massager Review

Packaging for the dildo

Cleaning a stainless steel wand like this is pretty simple. Since the material of this wand is entirely non-porous, rigid, and has no difficult crevices, it can be cleaned easily with warm water and anti-bacterial soap. I’d recommend being careful during cleaning not to drop the toy – it becomes slippery relatively easily when covered with soap and water. It can also be boiled or cleaned in a water/bleach bath for sterilization. This stainless steel wand is compatible with all types of lubricant. When it comes to storage. just make sur eto keep this wand somewhere where it will not get scratched or dropped – mostly because it may damage whatever the wand drops onto. The original packaging works great for storage, but a padded pouch would also suffice.

Overall, the Sexy Slave Polished Surgical Steel Metal Wand Massager is an easy-to-order metal g-spot dildo sold on Amazon. The delicious, intense curves are going to be perfect to hit most g-spots or prostates, and it’s made from a lovely non-porous material that’s going to be easy to clean. Especially if you have a deeper or harder to reach g-spot or just want to find your g-spot for the first time, you’re going to find this steel wand to be a very helpful tool. Thanks to Sexy Slave for providing this stainless steel g-spot wand for my G-Spot Metal Wand Massager review.

Tantus Bound Dildo Review

February 09th, 17   •   Posted by Mistress Kay   •   No Comments »
Tantus Bound Silicone Bondage Dildo

Tantus Bound Silicone Bondage Dildo

Made from 100%, ultra-premium silicone, the Tantus Bound dildo is extremely textured and ready to please anyone who loves a unique sensation from their dildo. Featuring swollen veins and intense rope patterns throughout the toy, this dildo offers an extreme texture experience. It isn’t, however, a gigantic toy. It measures about 6.25″ in insertable length with a diameter of 1.5″ at the widest point. It includes a flared base for anal safety and strap-on use, but it doesn’t include a hole at the base like some of the Tantus toys. Pictured is the Tantus Bound dildo in Cream.

The silicone Bound dildo shares the same type of packaging as all Tantus sex toys. It comes in a cardboard outer sleeve that shows the dildo packaged in a plastic casing. The box includes information about the toy itself and clearly showcases almost all sides of the dildo. The packaging, however, ripes relatively easily from opening and closing, so it doesn’t work particularly well as a long-term storage solution.

Tantus Bound Silicone Bondage Dildo

Tantus Bound compared to Tantus Gary O2

While it should definitely be clear from the photos, the Tantus Bound is a silicone dildo designed for those who love texture. Aside from the tip, there isn’t an inch of area on this dildo that isn’t filled with texture. The head is entirely smooth, but the rest of the toy is filled with intense veined textures and rope textures – and all of the textures feel relatively life-like to what they’d feel like in real life. The rope twists all the way up the dildo, but the majority of the rope-like texture is concentrated near the base and head. The veins are found throughout the shaft.

Tantus Bound Silicone Bondage Dildo

The textures of the Tantus Bound

If you’re used to the squishier and softer side of Tantus, you’re going to go “woah” when you touch this one. Like the rope would imply, this is a scratchier, rougher textured silicone than I think I’ve ever seen from Tantus. The dildo isn’t entirely rigid, so it will bend with your body, but the silicone isn’t plushy at all. Between the veins and the rope textures, it feels very, very textured and has virtually no squish to the actual silicone at all. It flexes, but it isn’t plushy.

Because of this textured design, you need to be VERY, very thorough with lubricant. The lubricant seems to absorb and get stuck in some of the etchings of the dildo pretty quickly and pretty easily. This means that you’ll need to reapply lubricant – and a thicker, less-thin lubricant seems to do best for long-lasting slickness for this one. If you’re playing with a partner, make sure you speak up if you feel like the toy might need more lube – the toy gets irritating very quickly if it isn’t slickened up enough.

Tantus Bound Silicone Bondage Dildo

Base of the Tantus Bound

As long as you keep the dildo properly lubricated, though, the Bound provides an intense texture experience unlike any other dildo. While I think a bit of added thickness would have allowed the texture to feel even more noticeable, the current width of the dildo functions just fine. With the bumps and diameter changes throughout the entire toy, it’s not quite a smooth, sliding experience like with many dildos. Instead, you can feel some of the smaller changes. The toy gets slightly larger and smaller and changes in texture and just generally offers a whole lot more sensation in a toy. The only part of this dildo that doesn’t have any texture is the head!

Tantus Bound Silicone Bondage Dildo

Packaging for the Tantus Bound

This skin-toned silicone strap-on dildo doesn’t include a hole in the base for any added bullet vibrators. It does, however, have a flared base that makes it safe for anal play and makes it possible to use in a strap-on harness. However, keep in mind that this dildo isn’t the longest toy out there. You’ll lose some of the length when pegging to the harness and your body; at slightly-over-6″ insertable, your dildo will not be too long after it’s strapped onto a body. It will still be a functional strap-on toy, but if you’re looking for a kinky, imposing look with the dildo’s rope texture, it may not come out exactly how you were hoping.

Tantus Bound Silicone Bondage Dildo

Close-up of Base

Like all Tantus dildos, the Bound dildo is made from 100% sterilizable, premium silicone. Water-based lubricant – both for thickness and material safety – is recommended. I recommend a lube that’s nice and thick to compliment the texture of this sex toy. While the dildo can be washed with anti-bacterial soap and water, you have to remember that the texture is extremely intricate and detailed. For that reason, Tantus recommends cleaning this dildo by boiling or dishwasher cleaning. I would definitely agree. Ensuring you get all of the crevices by-hand would be particularly difficult. For storage, as the material isn’t particularly sticky or plushy, it can be stored without too much concern. I recommend keeping it in a drawstring bag or pouch if you want to keep the toy spotless for the next use.

Overall, if you’re a texture-lover, the Tantus Bound dildo is definitely going to appeal to you. There’s nothing else like this on the market. The texture is extremely detailed, extremely noticeable during use, and provides an entirely different sensation from a standard dildo. However, with the roughness of the silicone partnered with the very intense texturing, you’ll definitely want to ensure you have a nice, thick lubricant that can handle the job. If texture is your thing, you’re going to fall in love with the Bound silicone dildo.Thanks to Tantus for providing this very textured dildo for my Tantus Bound dildo review.

Vibratex Black Pearl Prostate Massager Review

January 28th, 17   •   Posted by Mistress Kay   •   No Comments »
Vibratex Black Pearl Prostate Massager

Vibratex Black Pearl Prostate Massager

Designed especially as Vibratex’s flagship adventure into prostate stimulation, the Black Pearl is an anal toy designed to offer targeted p-spot pleasure. Utilizing some of the favorite features that Vibratex customers enjoy, Black Pearl is rechargeable and made from body-safe and phthalate-free silicone. It offers 3 vibration intensities with 4 patterns. A suitable option for people who have never experimented with prostate stimulation before, this black sex toy is a diameter of less than an inch with an insertable length of 3.5″. It’s splashproof for easier cleaning.

Vibratex Black Pearl Prostate Massager

Showing the massager itself

Unlike a majority of the other male prostate stimulation toys, the Vibratex Black Pearl does come with its own little “storage” built right in. The toy comes in a zipper-closure, black pouch that fits the toy, the charger, and the instruction manual with no problem. As the pouch is noticeably opaque and thick, make sure the toy is entirely dry before you put it in here for storage. It’s gorgeous packaging, though, that’s entirely functional. No wasted cardboard box or plastic parts.

The Black Pearl definitely has a very interesting design. It looks almost like you’ve piqued its interest in something. The tip is the thickest part of the toy, but even then, it’s not super thick. After that, it moves into a slimmer part then into another bulb that’s about as thick as the tip. It gets more slender down the shaft until you hit the base – which is thick in thickness but thin in width – which allows it to sit comfortably between the cheeks.

Vibratex Black Pearl Prostate Massager

Control button on the base

Like most prostate massagers, the Black Pearl is entirely rigid. It doesn’t have any softness or give to it. This allows it to reliably, and regularly, hit the prostate. As the toy is designed to use the internal muscles to massage the prostate, having a rigid toy that moves easily is important. The slim size of the toy means it will be entirely unassuming for those who have very little anal experience.

Speaking of little anal experience, the Black Pearl is a good choice if you’re concerned about larger toys or haven’t played much with anal options. For those who enjoy using penis-sized (or larger!) objects for anal stimulation, you might find the Black Pearl to be pretty underwhelming. At about the size of a finger, it’s a fantastic beginner option – or an option for those who really love prostate stimulation but aren’t fond of being stretched. The slim size makes this suitable for someone’s first attempt at anal. Almost everyone should have little problem inserting this toy on the first try.

Vibratex Black Pearl Prostate Massager

Thinness of the toy

It’s worth mentioning that the size may or may not be an issue for some. Prostate stimulation is particularly designed to focus on the prostate – so the size of the toy shouldn’t be at the forefront of your concerns. However, if you’ve enjoyed prostate stimulation (in the past) while concurrently enjoying a stretch or thicker penetration, you might be underwhelmed. If you’ve never experienced prostate stimulation OR want to try a toy that solely focuses on hitting that spot, the Black Pearl is going to be a good choice for you. It’s designed to do one thing very, very well – and that’s hit the prostate.

Screw having to worry about batteries. The Black Pearl prostate stimulator uses a rechargeable design. It uses a USB-port charging cable that slides into a hole on the base. The charging port is designed to still be splashproof for easier cleaning, but it doesn’t allow the toy to be waterproof. The Black Pearl Vibratex prostate massager also comes with a wall outlet optional attachment, so if you prefer you can plug the USB cable into the adapter instead of plugging into a USB port. A complete charge takes about 40-60 minutes and the red light on the toy will turn off when the charge is complete.

Controlling the vibrations is done by a button on the base. There’s just a single button on the base. Holding the button down will turn on or turn off the toy. Pressing the button a single time will allow you to cycle through the vibrations. The vibrating prostate massager starts with the steady vibration settings (thankfully!) which is what most people will use. You’ll have to press the button the required amount of times to make it to the patterned vibrational settings, and when the toy is turned off, it will start back at square one. It’s not the “best” vibration control design, but it’s basic enough, and most people will be able to control it without even reading the instructions.

Vibratex Black Pearl Prostate Massager

How the prostate massager charges

When it comes to the vibrations, discretion isn’t its main function. The vibrations have a pretty noticeable buzzing sound to them – even when entirely inserted. The vibrations can easily be heard within the same room, and in an entirely quiet house, they can be heard outside of a closed door. As for the feeling, the vibrations definitely have more of a “buzzy” sensation than a deep and rumbly one. The vibrations tend to feel more centered near the center of the shaft – not near the prostate tip. The vibrations can be felt throughout the entire toy, though – including pleasurably along the perineum on the external side of the toy. Long-term use (over a half an hour) can start to feel a bit numbing, though. The vibrations are definitely buzzy.

Now whether the vibrations add much to the sensation is an entirely different argument. Some people are definitely going to find that they’d rather use the Black Pearl without the vibrations. From our experience, depending on the day, the vibrations can actually feel too buzzy and distracting from the p-spot instead of enhancing the sensations. I’d recommend leaving the vibrations off until you’ve found that spot and have been stimulating it for awhile. Once you hit that point, the vibrations seem to be an added “surprise” and pleasant bonus to the already-good stimulation. It seems distracting if you start with the toy “on”. I’m glad that the Black Pearl offers the optional vibrations, though – and of course, I’m sure preferences for vibrations and such will vary depending upon every person’s own body.

As a prostate massager, it functions pretty well. Depending on how deep your prostate is, you might find yourself experimenting more with positions to get the toy to hit your prostate reliably, but for most people, the toy will be able to hit the prostate with a bit of experimentation. The toy’s design does “rock” really nicely once inserted – which is what a lot of prostate manufacturers recommend doing (using the internal muscles to push the toy up against the prostate repeatedly). You can also provide a similar sensation by touching the base, but the point is: the Black Pearl will hit the prostate in most people with a bit of experimentation.

If you have a lot of anal experience, however, the Black Pearl from Vibratex may not be a good anal toy choice for you. The slim size feels particularly underwhelming for those who are experienced. This would be a minor point – except the slim size and the lack of a large retention area means that the toy slips out – regularly. Because the partner’s butt was used to toys of a much more substantial girth, the toy would slip out with each clamping of the muscles until it was far enough out that it had to be pushed in with a hand to get back into place. Wearing underwear or placing the butt against a surface (bed, wall, etc.) helped solve that, but it did make it a lot harder to lay on the side for use like a lot of beginner toys recommended. However, this is with a person who regularly uses pretty large anal toys – beginners may not have nearly the same issues.

As this prostate stimulator is splashproof, it does make clean-up a bit easier. You’ll want to use warm water and anti-bacterial soap to clean it up, but you don’t have to be super careful while cleaning. Don’t put it directly under running water or submerge it, but otherwise, just make sure you clean the entire surface of the toy. As the toy has no texture, it makes it easy to get a full clean without worrying too much. As an anal toy, you’ll want to use a bunch of lube for use – water-based lubricant is the best choice. For storage, this toy stores particularly well in its storage pouch; just make sure it’s fully dry before putting it away.

Overall, the Black Pearl is going to be a good option for those who want to start experimenting with prostate pleasure. While the toy’s simple design hits the prostate just fine, some people may enjoy the bonus addition of the vibrations – while some may find the buzzy vibrations to be distracting. On the same vein, “size lovers” may find that the toy feels too slim and starts to slide out – while beginners are going to love that they can use the toy without any prep or without any concerns. The Black Pearl definitely will have a following for some people for prostate stimulation, but it’s not a toy that’s going to be suitable for everybody. Thanks to Good Vibrations for providing this vibrating prostate stimulator for my Vibratex Black Pearl prostate stimulator review.