We-Vibe 4 Couple’s Vibrator Review!

October 29th, 14   •   Posted by Mistress Kay   •   No Comments »
We-Vibe 4 Couples Vibrator Review

We-Vibe 4 Couples Vibrator with packaging

One of the latest couples vibrator releases, the We-Vibe 4, sold by Burlesque Toy Shop, was designed to pleasure both the male and female during intercourse by being worn during intercourse. Fully wireless and made from 100% silicone material, the We-Vibe 4 includes the charging base, the vibrator itself, and a remote. The entire toy is rechargeable via USB.

We-Vibe 4 Couples Vibrator Review

Storage case for vibrator

Unless you haven’t been around the sex toy circuit for too long, you probably know that the We-Vibe line of toys come as one of the more highly-recommended couples’ toys out there. Compared to the We-Vibe 3, Standard Innovations has made some changes to the We-Vibe 4 to try and make it a better toy. The biggest change most people will notice is the shape. The shape of the We-Vibe 4 has been completely changed. The toy has a much-more noticable g-spot design while the clitoral portion received extra ribbing for more intense pleasure.

We-Vibe 4 Couples Vibrator Review

We-Vibe 4 Couples Vibrator

The clitoral stimulation side has now been better designed to fit the female anatomy for more intense clitoral pleasure and to rest between the labia to deliver its deep, rumbling vibrations. The middle section is slimmer to allow for more comfortable penetration. The internal, g-spot stimulator has been reshaped for more stability to be even more comfortable for both partners during use.

Like the We-Vibe 3, the We-Vibe 4 includes a fully wireless remote. This remote allows you to easily and simply control the modes, intensity, and power of the We-Vibe 4. This means you don’t have to worry about snaking a hand between your two bodies. Instead, you can just use the remote to adjust the vibrations and intensity on-the-go. This remote in small and easily fits into the palm of the hand with no issue. It includes four buttons in a directional pattern to easily allow for adjusting vibrations and patterns without having to cycle through too many choices.

We-Vibe 4 Couples Vibrator Review

Clitoral ridges on the We-Vibe 4 Couples Vibrator

Like the We-Vibe 3, the We-Vibe 4 also has a stunning storage case that doubles as a charging base. The lid of the charging base can be removed or placed onto the We-Vibe 4 for discretion, but either way, the toy keeps charging. If you need to take the toy with you on-the-go, the vibe can just sit in the storage case and placed into luggage. The storage case also includes a place inside for the remote to sit. 6 hours of charging time will give you 3 hours of play. That’s not a “great” amount of playtime for the charge time, but as it still gives you 3 hours, that amount of time should be more-than-enough for most play sessions. However, unlike the previous We-Vibe 3, the remote on this toy requires a lithium cell battery (CR2032) instead of being fully rechargeable. So that’s something to keep in mind.

With this new upgrade, the We-Vibe 4 adds a new vibration setting called the “Echo” setting. This setting alternates between vibrating the clitoral half and the g-spot half for a unique and interesting sensation. Along with this Echo setting, it still has multiple levels of steady vibration settings, a pulsation setting, and an escalation setting. All of these settings can be simply controlled via the remote control.

We-Vibe 4 Couples Vibrator Review

We-Vibe 4 Couples Vibrator

When it comes to the fit, the We-Vibe 4 works surprisingly well. Depending on how large your partner’s penis is, it may be more of a snugger fit, but it seems like the We-Vibe 4 was made about the right size. Make sure to thoroughly lubricate the toy and the penis, and they’ll slide against each other pretty nicely. It provides a nice, full sensation without being too much. When inserted, it fit internally really well while also providing clitoral stimulation without too much of a reach. Some particular positions or movements moved the We-Vibe 4 away from clitoral stimulation, but another adjustment, and it’d be back in place.

The remote works pretty well to control the vibrations. It doesn’t seem to “work” through things (like when it was held underneath a pillow while buttons were pressed), but as long as there isn’t anything between the remote and the vibrator, it seems to work just fine. Unfortunately, this means that public play with the We-Vibe 4 is out. It doesn’t seem to be designed for that. On the bright side, for in-the-bedroom use, the remote seems to be really responsive and seems to control the vibrations right away after the button is pressed.

We-Vibe 4 Couples Vibrator Review

Packaging for the We-Vibe 4 Couples Vibrator

Does the We-Vibe 4 add something special to sex? Unsurprisingly, yes. The vibrations that it provides add a lot more sensation, and it honestly makes sex more enjoyable. At the same time, I wish the We-Vibe 4 had a stronger and more “rumbly” motor. As it stands, the vibrations don’t feel too intense. If you can get the right angle with your partner, the combination of pressing the toy against the body and the vibrations can definitely be orgasm-inducing, but with a stronger motor on the We-Vibe 4, I think that it could have been orgasm-inducing for most women all on its own. As it stands, I think that it will be great for orgasms for some women – but maybe not all.

To clean the We-Vibe 4, you’ll need to use anti-bacterial soap and warm water. The vibrator is fully waterproof, so you don’t need to worry too much while cleaning it. After it’s fully dry (AND ONLY AFTER IT’S FULLY DRY!!), the vibrator can go back into the charging base to charge until the next use. When using lubricants with this toy, use water-based lubricants to avoid harming the silicone material of the toy.

Overall, while I still think the vibration intensity could use another boost, the additions to the latest We-Vibe 4 really help improve the toy. While I’m not sure it’d be worth upgrading from a We-Vibe 3 to a We-Vibe 4, it definitely would be worth picking one of these up if you think the vibrations will work well for you. The remote and vibrations are easy to control, it actually is shaped well to hit those two pleasurable spots, and it’s easy to charge and use over and over. Now just to hope the We-Vibe 5 ends up boosting the intensity of the vibrations. Thanks to the Burlesque Toy Shop for sending out this couples vibrator for my We-Vibe 4 vibrator review.

Discover New Porn Sites with The Porn Dude

October 29th, 14   •   Posted by Mistress Kay   •   No Comments »

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Finding that perfect porn site isn’t always as easy as people make it out to be. There are thousands upon thousands of options out there, and unfortunately, in the age of digital media, tons of porn sites are preying on their visitors for personal information and more. When you’ve exhausted the options on your favorite site or just want new content, where’s the best place to turn?

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“Female Ejaculation” Book Review

October 20th, 14   •   Posted by Mistress Kay   •   No Comments »
"Female Ejaculation" Book

“Female Ejaculation” Book

For those that want to experience g-spot pleasure and female ejaculation, Amorata Press has published a softcover book full of applicable information. Called “Female Ejaculation” and written by Somraj Pokras and Dr. Jeffre Talltrees, this book was written to help vagina-owning people to experience g-spot orgams and female ejaculation. The book is printed with black and white pages has 263 pages.

The chapters of the book include: Introduction, Building Orgasmic Energy, The Art of Loveplay, Your Sacred Landscape, G-Spot Massage, Sexual Healing, Ecstatic States, Optimal Positions, Achieving Female Ejaculation, and the Glossary of Terms.

For a book on female ejaculation, I was surprised to find that the chapter on female ejaculation was the last chapter in the book – on page 222. This is definitely not what I was expecting in an entire book dedicated to female ejaculation. However, I think you have to see the way that the authors arranged the book. They are of the firm belief (and I can’t comment either way) that you can’t ejaculate until you’ve come to terms with your sexuality and practiced other types of stimulation and pleasure. So, this book starts there.

Which is either a good or bad thing – depending on how much sexual experience you have. If you regularly like to masturbate and know how to hit your g-spot, the vast majority of this book is going to be not-useful to you. If you’ve never masturbated by yourself before but still want to learn to do female ejaculation, that’s exactly who this book was targeted towards. Which is definitely great if that’s something you want to do, but I have a feeling many people who pick up this book may already have a slight sexual background to start from, and in that case, this is probably not the book I’d recommend. This book really has Step A to Step G where-as someone who regularly hits the g-spot and is comfortable with their sexuality may only need Step F and Step G.

It’s also worth noting that the authors provide a very spiritual look on female ejaculation. They don’t just go into the mechanics as to hit the g-spot or cause female ejaculation – they are firm believers in the spiritual aspect, including feeling full-body pleasure and opening your chakras – in order to experience female ejaculation. For me, this outlook is just a bit too spiritual for me. I definitely like some of their ideas (which include bonding and intimacy ideas for you and your partner), but at the same time, it doesn’t really give that “step-by-step” approach to actually trying to hit the g-spot if you already have the intimate aspects under control.

Overall, it’s not a bad book to read. If you’re someone who’s looking into better ways to stimulate the vaginal area with a focus on stimulating the brain and bringing the two of you together at the same time, this is a fantastic book to read. However, if you’re someone who just wants the step-by-step and purely-functional approach to causing the body to enjoy female ejaculation, you might find the majority of this book to be a bit extraneous. It’s a good read, definitely, but I think the title of the book may have been a bit misleading – that, or I would have loved to have seen more information about female ejaculation and less about the general, pleasurable sexual experience. Thanks to Amorata Press for providing this how-to book for female ejaculation for my Female Ejaculation Book review.

“The Sexy Bitch’s Book of Doing It, Getting It and Giving It” Book Review

September 30th, 14   •   Posted by Mistress Kay   •   No Comments »
The Sexy Bitch's Book of Doing It, Getting It and Giving It

The front cover

“The Sexy Bitch’s Book of Doing it, Getting it, and Giving it” is an Amorata Press book which is written by Flic Everett. The book has 8 different chapters which are included on 170 different pages. The book is a small size at about five inches tall and four inches wide, and it can easily be read in public as long as you hide the front cover while you’re reading it.

This sex book focuses on the idea of improving your sex life through the tips and tricks included in the book. The back cover claims “Over 100 Tips to work it like a sexy bitch”, “Master the 10 sure-fire positions”, and “Orgasm in ways you’ve never thought possible”. The book includes quite a few categories and topics of interest to cover a wide variety of what most people do in the bedrooms.

At the same time, because it covers so much, the book isn’t very focused. You won’t really find that the advice in this book, if you’ve read a couple sex-help books before, goes past what you’ve read in the past. It seems to be the basic information that you can get most places – just with the author’s honest flair put on it. In the “Advanced” section of the book, it seemed to be saying the exact same things that it said in the “basic” section – except without explaining anything too much. If you are someone who hasn’t read sex-help books before and thinks this is a good place to start, though, you could get some good advice out of it.

A nice thing about this book is how honest the authors were about their advice. They admit that most sex books (and sex position books) usually give a lot of sex positions and advice that can’t be done on a regular basis or by regular people. They note that fancy sex positions aren’t always the best and sometimes improving on the basics is what makes things most pleasurable. Throughout the book, the author gives an honest look at things you can do with your partner in order to be a better lover and things that you can suggest for him to do to you.

The book covers a lot of topics in a short amount of space. This makes it easy to read through and get a lot of information without having to spend a lot of time reading. The book covers foreplay, positions, orgasms, spicing it up, sex toys, adventurous sex, advanced sex, and spiritual sex. That basically means that it covers manual and oral sex along with intercourse, how to have orgasms, how to have better orgasms, how to make things more fun fo you and your partner including games, different types of sex toys and if they’re effective, sex clubs, BDSM, voyeurism and exhibitionism, and the spiritual side of sex including Tantra.

The Sexy Bitch's Book of Doing It, Getting It and Giving It

Some of the inner pages

I had a couple critiques with a couple sections. This book is copyright 2004, and while I’m sure sex toys have changed quite a bit since then, I found it really odd that the author didn’t include anything about male masturbation sleeves. The author talked about cock rings and sex dolls, but she didn’t include anything about male masturbation sleeves which tend to be pretty popular. Along with that, as the book doesn’t have any illustrations, attempting to picture some of the sex positions in my head was difficult. In the sex position chapter, it’s all described with text and there are no illustrations which makes it difficult to act them out. On the plus-side, though, all of the sex positions that are described are ones that the average person can get into and use on a regular basis.

While I certainly think it has some truth to it, I think the book did rely a bit too much on generalizations. For example, a lot of the tips relied on the idea that men are extremely visual creatures so you should show them your breasts are something. It also relied on the fact that women require romance and woo’ing which, again, isn’t quite accurate for everyone. I wouldn’t mind the generalizations quite as much if the book didn’t sometimes make it seem like, if you don’t fit into the generalization, something is really wrong with you.

I think the biggest issue, with this book, for me, was that sometimes, the author came across as very elitist which was really a turn-off. She made it sound like the readers of this book were “better” than everyone else who was attempting to improve their sex life. For example, in the section about exhibitionism, it talks about submitting your picture to a porn magazine to be listed in their “Ameteurs” section since you will stand out next to the “45-year-old on the worn couch with the tits like beanbags”.

Overall, while I think the book is a good idea, I feel like, in comparison to other sex-help books, there was some issues. I would love to see less generalizations as well as more information (and illustrations!) included with the sex positions and sex toys chapter. However, if you like the idea of the blunt, honest way of looking at sex-help that the author provides, this book can be an okay choice. Thanks to Amorata Press for providing this sex-help book for my “The Sexy Bitch’s Book of Doing it, Getting it, and Giving it” review.