Womanizer Plus Review

August 09th, 17   •   Posted by Mistress Kay   •   No Comments »

Womanizer Plus Review

Specifically designed as a clitoral stimulation vibrator with extra handling space for easier use, the Womanizer Plus is the brand new iteration of Womanizer, and it’s sold by Good Vibrations. Unlike other Womanizer vibrators which may be only 5″ or 6″ in length, the Womanizer Plus is 9″ in total length – with most of that length being in the handle. The vibrator is waterproof and rechargeable, and it’s equipped with the company’s “Pleasure Air” technology that provides vibrations and suction for the ultimate pleasures. The body of the toy is ABS plastic while the head of the toy which touches the body is made from silicone.

Womanizer Plus Review

The Womanizer Plus vibrator comes in some downright-beautiful packaging. The box is white and black with shimmery gold accents, and it really sets the tone for a “luxury” experience before you even open the box. This box is also particularly sturdy, and it could be used to store the toy – including stacked up with other boxes. Inside the box (in which the lid just lifts off), there’s a plastic tray that the Womanizer Plus vibrator rests in. Underneath this tray, you’ll find the rest of the accessories including the charging cable, the instructions, an extra silicone head piece (in the company’s “large” size), and a black drawstring bag.

Womanizer Plus Review

The Womanizer Plus is just downright gorgeous. I have no complaints about the design or color scheme. The vibrator is a white, black, and gold design with the gold detailing running around the edges and the top of the vibrator. As most of the gold detailing’s crevices are well away from where any bodily fluids would get, it’s not frustrating for me. Just pretty. The toy just plain looks great. The entirety of the vibrator is made from ABS plastic and feels firm to the touch. There’s no textured areas on the handle, so it might be good to wipe down your hands if your hands are slick to get the best grip on this vibrator.

As previously mentioned, the Womanizer + is rechargeable. The toy requires a full 90 minutes to charge the toy up from empty, and it can be used for 4 hours once the toy is entirely charged up. Supposedly, the vibrator is equipped with an auto-shut-off mode to prevent overheating around the 30 minute mark, but I’ve never had the toy shut off on me. The vibrator’s charging port is located at the base of the toy, and it’s covered by a silicone cover when the toy is not being charged.

Womanizer Plus Review

Of course, it’s important that your vibrator be easy to use, and the Womanizer luckily is. You just have the power buttons and the intensity buttons. The power button will turn the toy on or off, and you can use the +/- buttons in order to increase or decrease intensity. Each button presses with a nice, satisfying “click”, and I’ve never had any problem with the toy doing anything I hadn’t told it to do. It’s easy to control.

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Womanizer Plus Review

Now, the most important part: how does it feel? Amazing, really, sums it up in a single word. The Womanizer Plus has a bit more power than some of the earlier iterations, and I thought the first releases were already pretty good! The Womanizer Plus continues the Womanizer line’s dedication to simultaneous suction and vibrations to a very pinpoint part of the body (which most users will likely prefer on the clitoris). This combined suction and vibration effort is something that no other vibrator on the market had done – and now there are a few manufacturers beginning to explore into it. This combination is absolutely amazing, and it somehow never manages to numb my body – and it’s one of the few (okay, the only!) toy I’ve been able to find that can give me multiple orgasms. This doesn’t seem to be a unique claim to me, either. It seems a lot of the Womanizer users have discovered multiple orgasms with it.

It’s just genuinely an extremely orgasmic toy. It feels unique, amazing, and intense. I have absolutely no complaints on the stimulation. Just keep in mind that it’s a bit different than your “standard” vibrator, so it might take you a bit of experimentation until you find the “sweet spot” for your own body.

As a note, the toy isn’t the quietest – but it isn’t insanely loud either. It’s quieter than most wand vibrators, but depending on how you’re holding it, it can be louder than standard vibrators. The toy is most quiet when pressed firmly up against the body. However, you’ll likely end up breaking suction or moving the toy around during use, and in those periods, the toy is loud enough to be heard outside of a closed door. It’s definitely not the most discreet of toys – but it’s not loud enough to be distracting to its pleasure either.

The second-most important part is how well this vibrator will work with larger bodies. After-all, that’s exactly who the vibrator was designed for. To meet this need, the Womanizer Plus was designed with an extra-long handle and a slightly curved design to help reach around larger bodied areas. The other area where I expected a difference is in the tip of the clitoral vibrator itself. In this case, it was there. While the Womanizer Plus comes equipped with the company’s “standard” silicone head equipped on the tip when you receive it, there’s an extra, “large” tip stored underneath the plastic tray of the vibrator. You can just slip it onto the tip of the vibrator if you find that the “standard” silicone head isn’t working well for you. (I find the “standard” tip to work wonderfully.)

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Womanizer Plus Review

My first impression was: wow, this vibrator is definitely designed with some “extra room to spare”. I’m not a small girl by any means – I’m definitely on the plus-size spectrum, and I’m about in the middle of available sizing at plus-size stores like Lane Bryant or Torrid. And the Womanizer Plus has noticeably much more length than I need. As an already plus-sized woman, this basically means the Womanizer+ will likely offer enough length for virtually anyone.

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Womanizer Plus Review

With the longer length, however, the company chose to move the Intensity control buttons. While the power button is located near the tip of the toy near the clitoral-touching part, the intensity buttons are located near the very, very base of the toy. For people who need the Womanizer’s length in order to reach the right spot, they’ll likely be holding the Womanizer+ near this tip, and this is a conveniently-located spot for them. For myself, I found that I didn’t need the full length of the vibrator, and as such, I was holding this clitoral vibrator near the middle part of the handle. This meant either moving my hand to slide down to the base or using another hand to change the vibration intensities. Unless you’re gripping the vibrator on the base in the first place, the button placement is particularly frustrating. That being said, you’re not going to accidentally press a button during use. You’ll have to intentionally try to change the intensity or power the toy.

The extra length could be particularly helpful to a couple groups of people. For one, if you have any issues with arm flexibility or find your body tiring out with holding your arm near the the genital area, the Womanizer Plus’s extra length is probably going to be absolutely amazing for you. This could be especially helpful for those who have back issues or find that bending forward to hold a toy between the thighs becomes painful or uncomfortable. The length will also lend itself particularly well to people who carry a lot of their weight in their stomach; the length makes reaching between the thighs with the vibrator a whole lot easier.

That being said, unless you usually have a particularly difficult time reaching between your thighs with standard vibrators, the Womanizer Plus is probably not necessary for you. Get it if you want it, but don’t think that it’s going to be “needed” for you to enjoy a Womanizer vibrator. The standard Womanizer toys will be an a-okay option for quite a few plus-sized bodies. If standard vibrators are uncomfortable for you to hold there, you’ll likely want the Womanizer Plus, but for many plus-sized bodies, that may not be the case.

Now, I own one of the first Womanizers to hit the market. As in, I have the Womanizer W100 – in a design that appears to be entirely unpurchasable anymore. So, in terms of comparisons, this is where my comparison point is coming from. The biggest difference is definitely size. The Womanizer+ is noticeably larger than the Womanizer W100 – but that’s exactly what the design was crafted to do. Secondly, you’ll notice the control structure difference. The Womanizer+ includes the dedicated strength control buttons that the Womanizer company has been leaning towards while the W100 only offers the single-button control. Finally, the other biggest difference is the storage options the toy comes with. I’m frustrated to say that the Womanizer Plus vibrator only comes with a drawstring storage bag. The Womanizer W100 came with a plastic, hard-shelled zip-up case that’s been absolutely amazing for protecting it, throwing it into a bag, and ensuring I can keep all of the parts (instructions, charger, additional tip, etc.) together. As an added note, the Womanizer Plus certainly looks more luxurious and gorgeous than the relatively-rocker-looking Womanizer W100.

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Womanizer Plus Review

Unlike many of the first iterations of the Womanizer, the Womanizer Plus is entirely waterproof. This makes cleaning a much easier affair, and it also means that squirters who have accidentally ruined their Womanizer because of fluid will have no concerns with this particular model. It’s pretty simple to clean, and depending on how you use the toy, majority of the cleaning will just need to be done on the removable silicone tip. You might need to run a soapy washcloth over the head of the toy as well, but regardless, it’s pretty simple to clean. I just recommend ensuring the vibrator is entirely dry before putting it back into storage. There’s no reason to use lubricant with the Womanizer Plus, but if you choose to, water-based lubricant is probably the best choice. Unlike some of the earlier versions of the Womanizer, this Womanizer does not come with a dedicated storage case. Instead, it can be stored in the original packaging or the black drawstring bag. (Seriously. I was in love with the Womanizer W100’s hard-shell case, and I’m very sad to see that the company didn’t continue this storage option with their later toys)

Womanizer Plus Review

Overall, the Womanizer Plus is a good iteration of the Womanizer for those who find that standard vibrators are a bit uncomfortable to use for long periods of time. It’s probably not necessary for most plus-sized bodies, but for the people that find its extra-length necessary, it’s probably one of the few vibrator options on the market that will work. The design is gorgeous, it offers quite a bit of power, and like the Womanizer is known for, it offers easy and intense orgasms. I’d highly recommend most of the Womanizer line – and the Womanizer Plus in particular for those who might find the vibrator’s extra length to be helpful. Thanks to Good Vibrations for sending out this plus-sized Womanizer for my Womanizer Plus review/Womanizer+ review.

LELO Gigi 2 Vibrator Review

August 03rd, 17   •   Posted by Mistress Kay   •   No Comments »
LELO Gigi 2 Vibrator

LELO Gigi 2 Vibrator

Known as one of the biggest luxury sex toy companies, LELO has now come out with the “new and improved” version of their well-loved LELO Gigi vibrator. A vibrating version of the constantly-recommended LELO Ella g-spot toy, the LELO Gigi 2 with new features and an increased power level. The LELO Gigi 2 is equipped with a fully rechargeable battery, and it comes equipped with 8 vibration settings. It’s 6.5″ in length with a width around 1.5″.

Like all LELO toys, the LELO Gigi 2 vibrator packaging is gorgeous. LELO never skimps on packaging, and the Gigi 2 is no different. The vibrator itself comes in a sturdy, plain black box with a lift-off lid. This box is covered in a slip-cover cardboard box that provides information about the vibrator itself. Inside the box, you’ll find the vibrator, a drawstring pouch, the charge, an instruction manual, and the warranty information. It also has a small sample-sized pouch of water-based LELO lubricant.

Curious about what’s different between the original LELO Gigi and the LELO Gigi 2? The LELO Gigi 2 includes a silkier silicone, an entirely waterproof design (without the annoying waterproof cover that the older vibes had), a couple new vibration patterns, and most importantly: they added more power! The LELO Gigi 2 has stronger vibrations to provide better pleasure when you need it.

LELO Gigi 2 Vibrator

Packaging with the LELO Gigi 2 Vibrator

They also seem to have shortened the vibrator a small bit from the original LELO Gigi as well. It isn’t a huge difference, but with the new charging system, you’ll notice that the control panel area gets slightly smaller in length. Since the LELO Gigi 2 uses a non-covered, waterproof port, it doesn’t require the extra space and silicone to require a charging port cover like the original LELO Gigi did.

However, aside from that, the physical features seem to be about the same. The LELO Gigi 2 is still made from that gorgeous, luxuriously-soft silicone that LELO toys are known for. It seems to be a thin layer of silicone that covers a harder material – probably plastic. I’m not complaining. This method means that vibrations transfer really nicely through the silicone. The control panel and handle is all made from plastic, and it feels really comfortable in the hand. Everything about the vibrator screams “luxury” – including this silicone that’s some of the silkiest out there.

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Curvature of the LELO Gigi 2 Vibrator

Making it easy to use without worrying so much about batteries, the LELO Gigi 2 is rechargeable. Much like all of the LELO toys, it can be plugged into a standard wall outlet to charge the vibrator. As it has the new-standard of LELO charging that offers a waterproof design without requiring a silicone cover, the charging port just gets plugged straight into the vibrator without worrying about covers. It takes about 2 hours to fully charge the vibrator to use it for 4 hours. I’ve left it alone for over 2 months to find that it still has plenty of charge to play with without having to recharge it; like most LELO toys, it has an impressive stand-by time.

One of the things I love most about the LELO Gigi 2 (and the original LELO Gigi) is how perfected the design is. It’s literally a clone of their LELO Ella – but equipped with vibrations. The LELO Ella is known as one of those dildos that helps a lot of vagina-owners, including newbies, hit their g-spot for the first time. The LELO Gigi 2 is no different – except it is equipped with even more intensity as you can turn on vibrations when you want. I find that it can hit my g-spot, but it requires using a specific angle. Once I’ve gotten accustomed to that angle, it’s really easy to use and the rigid design allows for a lot of g-spot pleasure without the toy “giving in” to pressure. Instead, it stays nice and rigid to stay exactly where I want it. I’m certainly not going to complain at all about the shape of the toy. LELO has a good shape with the LELO Ella and Gigi 2, and they haven’t messed with a good thing.

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Control pad of the LELO Gigi 2 Vibrator

Now, for the moment you’ve been waiting for: how do the vibrations compare to the original LELO Gigi vibrator? They are noticeably stronger than the original LELO Gigi vibrator. I don’t know if I’d agree that it’s 100% stronger like the marketing copy claims, but it definitely feels noticeably stronger. However, be aware that they still aren’t earth-shattering vibrations. As a lot of people don’t require earth-shattering vibrations for g-spot stimulation, this might be just fine for you. However, if you were hoping to use it as a clitoral vibrator as well, you may find yourself wanting higher intensities. I’d say that the highest level is going to be enough to get most women to orgasm clitorally without too much issue, but it certainly isn’t the strongest of the LELO vibrators – even with this new design.

Much like most LELO toys, the vibrations are quiet. You might still be able to hear them in the same room, but you won’t be able to hear them outside of a closed door with any ambiant noise. Especially when inserted, the LELO Gigi 2 stays pretty quiet.

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Outer box of the LELO Gigi 2 Vibrator

Since the new LELO Gigi 2 is waterproof, it has become a bit easier to clean as well. Since you don’t have to fuss with the charging port cover as the toy is entirely waterproof, it’s a breeze to clean. Use warm water and anti-bacterial soap for regular cleanings, and the insertable portion (only!) could be placed in a water/bleach bath for sterilization. It’s also really easy to use this vibrator with a condom, so that can reduce cleaning times. It’s compatible with all types of water-based lubricant though I find that very little (if any) lubricant is required if the body is really lubricated on its own. Some silicone-based lubricants seem to work fine with it as well (I use Wet Platinum with no problem). The silicone is a very silky type of silicone that doesn’t stick to hair or fuzz,

Overall, the LELO Gigi 2 is a welcome upgrade to the standard LELO Gigi. The pure waterproof feature is a lovely addition that makes it well-worth choosing it over the original, but the added vibrations are where the pleasure is at. It may not be worth upgrading your current LELO Gigi unless you wanted to buy a new vibrator anyway, but if you’re thinking about purchasing the original Gigi to save some cash, it’s worth splurging a bit more to get the new, upgraded version. The LELO Gigi 2 is known as one of the most-loved g-spot vibrators for a reason – it works. Thanks to LELO for providing this luxury vibrator for my LELO Gigi 2 vibrator review.

Fuze Ten Ace Dildo Review

July 27th, 17   •   Posted by Mistress Kay   •   No Comments »
Fuze Ten Ace Dildo

Fuze Ten Ace Dildo

For a strap-on designed dildo with ultra-lifelike detailing and fully body-safe silicone, you’ll want the Fuze Ten Ace. With a thickness of 1 1/8″ and a length of 5.75″, this toy is entirely covered in life-like veining and pronounced head detailing. Slimmer than the Ultra toy (with a similar design) from Fuze, this toy is available in either a peach or a caramel color. The base of the dildo is also equipped with a small hole on the underside of the dildo to slide in a small bullet vibrator. Shown in my review is the Peach color. Many of the Fuze dildo line is available at SheVibe.

Packaging for the Fuze Ten Ace Dildo

Packaging for the Fuze Ten Ace Dildo

All of the Fuze dildos come in a similar packaging. Much like many of their silicone dildo competitors, the toy comes in a see-through, somewhat-fragile plastic box. The backside of the box includes information about the dildo (including care) while most of the rest of the packaging is see-through. The dildo comes in a little form-fitted plastic tray inside the box. The box can work for longer-term storage, but it’s not particularly durable, and it will break pretty easily if you place any heavy objects on top of the box.

The Fuze Silicone company’s claim to fame in their unique body-comfortable base. Unlike standard strap-on compatible toys, the base of this dildo is slightly curved and includes ridging all throughout the size of it. Most of their dildos include this design. While it works fantastic for just gripping the toy, it’s also specifically-designed for stimulation for strap-on wearers. The ridges are not too rigid (haha), but they aren’t extremely plushy either. They’ll provide stimulation when grinded against.

Extremely unique textured base of the Fuze Ten Ace Dildo

Extremely unique textured base of the Fuze Ten Ace Dildo

With a decent amount of flexibility, the Fuze Ace is a pure silicone toy with the ability to work both vaginally and anally. While the toy isn’t too rigid, it isn’t too flexible, either. It holds its shape (including the upward curve – no drooping here!) when held only by the base. However, with pressure applied, it’s possible to bend the toy entirely in half with the tip touching the base. In practical terms, this means that the toy will require your hand for a bit of guidance when trying to penetrate any hole that’s on the tighter side. It may also bend in half if you pull out entirely (oops) and attempt to slide back in instead of going back in. At the same time, the semi-flexibility means that the toy is particularly comfortable for the recipient, and it won’t rigidly poke into sensitive internal areas.

The Fuze Ace dildo is part of Fuze’s Fuze Ten line – a line of sex toys made from a more realistic-feeling silicone. The silicone definitely feels a bit more realistic than standard silicone – but it doesn’t have anything near the realism of human skin. This type of nice, slightly-plushy silicone is still a nice addition to an already-great design. Just don’t go in expecting to be surprised by its ability to fool you.

Thickness of the Fuze Ten Ace Dildo

Showing the thickness of the Fuze Ten Ace Dildo

On that note, however, the silicone of the Fuze Ace is a bit on the draggy side. It’s not too draggy, but you’ll notice the resistance when you drag your fingers along the length of the silicone. This means that the toy tends to absorb a bit of the lubricant you put on, so make sure to put on extra (especially for anal use), and I’d recommend using external lubricant – even for vaginal use. Water-based lubricant is recommended, and make sure to communicate with your partner to see when the lubricant needs to be reapplied.

When it comes to penetration, the Fuze Ace dildo is definitely on the slimmer side – both in width and length. This lends itself particularly well to anal use – especially for new players. The thickness of the toy is less-so than many biological penises, so if you’re not ready to experiencing larger anal toys, the Fuze Ace works well as a strap-on compatible dildo with a decent length that can still be used with someone who isn’t ready to take larger toys.

Hole in base for optional bullet vibrator

Hole in base for optional bullet vibrator

At the same time, this thinner length and width may not feel particularly filling to players who are used to a thick, filling sensation. The toy still offers a very slight upward curve which might work for very shallow g-spots in particular positions, but the toy isn’t likely to stretch someone’s penetration limits.

So how does that fancy base work? It works surprisingly well! Especially fantastic for strap-on harnesses, but the dildo still has a nice, comfortable, and easy-to-use base for hand-held pleasure. In fact, with the added ridges along the base, the toy tends to slip less – even when lubricated. It definitely takes a bit of getting used to compared to a circular flared base, but honestly, once I get used to it, I find that I prefer this ridged, curved base a whole lot more than standard circular ones. My biggest complain, however, is that there’s no way to make the dildo stand up on its own. It will always need to rest laid over on any surface. This leads to the possibility of getting hair or lint getting on your toy while you’re getting the lube bottle, gathering accessories, etc.

With that gorgeous base in mind, that makes this dildo a clear winner for “strap on harness” toys. You’re going to notice and enjoy the base most when you’re using it in a strap-on harness. The ridged edges and slightly curved base allows the dildo to rest against the pubic area when strapped into a harness. With the right harness and positioning, this allows the dildo to rest and rub against the clitoris on vagina-bodied people.

The toy’s thinness and shorter length means that it may require a bit of positioning for thicker strap-on wearers. Make sure to take this into account when selecting what position you’ll want to play in if you happen to have thicker thighs or a larger stomach area.

With a final thought, we’ll touch on the bullet hole that this dildo comes equipped with. This bullet hole is positioned underneath the length of the shaft and right beneath the base. You can see it in some of my photos. While the Fuze Ten Ace dildo doesn’t come with a bullet vibrator (making the toy more affordable!), a bullet vibrator can be slipped into this chamber to add vibrations to the entire toy. Any standard-sized bullet vibrator can be used – I’d recommend using a We-Vibe bullet for the strongest vibrations. For the easiest time trying to remove it later, don’t insert the bullet all the way, and make sure to add lubricant to the bullet vibrator and inside the chamber to make things slippery enough to pop back out. Don’t expect ground-breaking vibrations, but it definitely adds some movement to your dildo.

As a pure silicone dildo, cleaning this sex toy is a cinch. Use warm water and anti-bacterial soap for any standard cleanings. The toy easily slips into a condom, so if you prefer easier clean-up, that’s always an option. For sterilization, consider a bleach/water solution, or this dildo can always be boiled in a pot of water as well. When picking a lubricant to use, water-based lubricant would be your best choice. If you really want to try silicone-based, make sure to do a small spot-test before you go nuts applying it to the whole shaft – some silicone-based lubricants can interact with the silicone material of the toy. As mentioned before, you could potentially store this dildo in the packaging it comes in, but it might be best to find a separate bag or baggie to store this toy to keep any hair or lint off of it.

Overall, the Fuze Ten Ace dildo is going to be a good choice for those who want a strap-on friendly (and possibly harness-wearing orgasmic!) toy that’s slimmer in both length and width. The shaft’s flexibility makes it comfortable for the receiver, and the life-like design is gorgeous enough to look realistic without being over-the-top. It isn’t the most realistic-feeling silicone out there, but it does a pretty good job, and if these are the measurements you want, you’ll likely love the Fuze Ten Ace dildo. Thanks to SheVibe for providing this strap-on dildo for my Fuze Ace Dildo review.

A Few Considerations Before Trying Sexual Swinging

July 27th, 17   •   Posted by Mistress Kay   •   No Comments »

We all have fantasies, and one very common thing is for us to want to have sex with more than one person. These days it almost feels like more than just a fantasy -rather like one of those points in your ‘list of things to do before I die’ kind of thing. Threesomes used to be that underground thing, but movies and TV have made them the new “popular” next thing. The question is: is it a fad, and most importantly is it something you see yourself being able to do? Because handling one partner can be difficult, let along more than one. Let’s take a quick look at a couple of the things you should consider if you’re looking at broadening your horizons.

Find a Willing Partner
You won’t manage to get multiple partners without saying your part. Unlike celebrities who just have people throwing themselves at them, most normal people have to work hard on finding one partner – let alone more than one! You will need to reach out to different people and let them know that you have a certain flexible approach to relationships, and there are only certain people who will be interested in getting involved with that. Your best bet is to reach out to people in similar situations by using online adult dating sites. For example, people who are part of the BDSM community are often more open-minded to alternative relationship models. Dating sites like My BDSM Hookups are full of people who take an open-minded approach and are not always fussed about being your sole partner. OkCupid is another non-kinky-focused website that offers options for non-monogamous dating identification. It’s possible that you prefer to just approach the more casual / no-strings-attached sites like Craigslist.

The Pros and Cons
Like with any other decision, you need to measure the good sides and the bad sides. Sure, you might be happy with having a lot of people to sleep with, but are you ready to put in the necessary work? Diversity of partners is a great thing, but you have to manage all those different emotions and needs from more than just the one person. Like any awesome thing in life, there is always a trade-off. You need to make sure that your partners are happy with you not being exclusive, and you’ll need to be available to help them when they require it. If you think things are hectic when you have the one partner, imagine how it goes when you have three! Jealousy is also a common problem that will require some working through – even for experienced non-monogamous couples! Your partners might get jealous of each other, and you could get jealous yourself. People often find themselves surprised by what makes the “jealousy monster” rear its ugly head. All of these issues will require a lot of open communication – even when admitting how you’re feeling feels uncomfortable.

Safety is Essential
The last and most important thing to consider you and your partner’s safety. That means using condoms every time you have sex. You’re an adult, you’re getting to play with adult activities, and you have to be smart about it. Remember you’re trying to have a good time, and being worried about potential diseases is everything but fun. Still, be aware that condoms aren’t a 100% guarantee of safety. Vet your partners fully, have discussions about previous partners, and visually access your partner before you decide to take anything to a higher-risk level. Something doesn’t quite seem right? There are lots of other, safer activities to play with such as hand stimulation with gloves or oral sex with condoms or dental dams. Consider sex toys or strap-ons if you both want the penetration experience but aren’t 100% sure about taking the risk.

Consider all the details, looks at your partner’s needs as well as your own, and you might well be ready to handle more than one partner at any given time! Just expect for it to be a learning experience – and for you and your relationships to grow and evolve as you embark on non-monogamy.