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13:54 | 30th April 2017

Lifestyle: Sex Life

Thu 25 Feb, 2010
By Danielle Carter


For all those women out there who don't get their rocks off by playing hide the sausage, this is the toy for you.

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So when some new sex toys for the ladies arrived in the office, all of the men wondered why shoe horns now vibrated.

In my few years around the circuit I have had to review a my fair share of vibrating wands. Often as an intern I would get handed a box and batteries and told to go home, and come back in the morning with 300 words on what I got up to in the break between Emmerdale and Corrie.

Emotional Bliss make toys for the woman who doesn't want humour in her solo sessions.

There comes a point when you can no longer get jiggy in the bath with a vibrating duck, anyone who grew up watching Andi Peters will know why.

The toys are ergonomic, white and blue. There is a distinct lack of glitter, animal faces or rotating silver balls.

In the box comes a booklet written by Julia Cole who is a psychosexual therapist and couples counsellor. Apparently there is a science behind single sex.

It goes on to explain the four phases of female sexual response: Arousal, Increased Excitement (If you are straight I believe this is where he rolls off and goes to watch the football) Plateau and Orgasm, and it makes sense. It didn't teach me anything that I didn't know but I imagine if you are a straighty 180 you could do worse than slipping this booklet under your bf's nose for a bit of last minute education.

I tried out the Femblossom, it does sound a bit like a cross between a tampon and an incontinence pad but it is really clever.

Although it is not marketed as a lesbian sex toy, they are missing a trick. For all those women out there who don't get their rocks off by playing hide the sausage, this is the toy for you.

What is really clever is that it heats up and accurately simulates the friction that you and your girl can create when you are really going for it.

The other plus is that there are no batteries, you just plug it in and re-charge it. This means no more having to empty your vibrators of Double A's when your Dad comes over to watch Match of the Day because he wants to 'turn it up'.

Overall I would definitely say that it was worth the wait (In my case, a week in the post) but I would absolutely give it a thumbs up.

To check out the full range go to www.emotionalbliss.com, they have kindly sent me another three in the range.

When I surface I will let you know how I get on.

 

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