The Silky G by Evolved
I didn't believe in the Tooth Fairy for as long as I long believed in Santa.
I didn't believe in Santa for as long as I did the Goblin King.
And I didn't believe in the Goblin King for as long as I did God.
These days, one of the few things that I take on faith alone is the 'fact' that I do have a G-Spot. I unflinchingly believe I have a G-Spot, the way I believe I have tonsils and an appendix (and the way I believed that I had wisdom teeth, though that turned out to be an erroneous assumption). And one of these days, so help me (something more tangible than) God, I will find it.
That's not why I bought the Silky G, though. I bought the Silky G because it came in a really pretty tin, and I will buy anything if it's packaged well. Also, it's waterproof and relatively cheap ($24.99 from my local adult book store).
Here're the specs:
- It's made of plastic. The aforementioned pretty package it came in informs me that this plastic is phthalates and latex free, and hypo-allergenic.
- It comes in pink,
purple,and blue though the store I bought it from only stocked the pink.
- It has a velvety texture.
- It's 7 1/2" long (6" of that insertable) and is 1 1/4" wide.
- It has 3 vibration settings, controlled by a button at the base of the vibrator.
- It takes 2 AA batteries.
However, my G-Spot (which totally exists and is not a figment of my imagination, I swear) is probably the size of a nail-head, and is located much, much further back, as shown on this handy diagram:
It should also be noted that I've never really gone looking for my G-Spot. The only reason I even believe I have one is because one time, during sex, I had my ass propped up and my partner was thrusting pretty deep and I think he might have accidentally skimmed it with the tip of his penis, because for about two seconds I thought I was going to orgasm/pee. But that was years ago, and I hadn't really thought about since.
Now that we've cleared that up, let me tell you about the Silky G: It was almost awesome. I spent about 2 hours with it the first night I had it, and I spent most of that time feeling like I was going to piss all over myself. Which is what it feels like when you're stimulating your G-Spot. (I think. The internet says so, anyway, so I'm going to go with "Yes".) In the end though, I felt like it was just a tiny bit too short, too skinny, and too weak to do what it was designed to do, and I ended up pulling it out and using it to orgasm clitorally. The tapered point is ideal for those of us who require concentrated vibration to finish.
I've used the Silky G on a few spelunking missions since, but they've all turned out the same way. I get close to the mythical vaginal orgasm, but I keep falling short.
As far as the rest of it goes: the girth is decent, it's fairly quiet, easy to use, and easy to clean. I'd recommend it for vibrator novices, or maybe for women who're already familiar with their G-Spots. But for those of us (I'm talking about myself here) on a Holy Grail quest of orgasms, I think the search continues...
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