The Lube Lowdown: Swiss Navy Creates a Sea of Pleasure
Friday January 3, 2014
Using lubricant has only recently become part of my sexual vocabulary. I am going to admit that it never really occurred to me to use it. I always assumed that lubricant was for women who had trouble lubricating naturally.
How very, very wrong I was. Lubricant makes everything go more smoothly (pun definitely intended). Even with proper natural lubrication, using some water-based lubricant makes sex more comfortable for the partners involved. Even in solo sex, lubricant helps, particularly with toys.
Revel Body Review
Thursday October 31, 2013
The Revel is a quality toy that could be great for some people but not everyone for sure. The materials and USB charging dock are nice. I have not tested the waterproof claim but it seems it would be. An odd part about the toy that I did not see on any of the IndieGoGo material is how the two portions must connect. The internal "sonic" vibrating portion is separate from the rest of the toy and it must have lubricant between them to keep it functioning properly. It came with Vaseline already applied which I did not want on the toy so I washed it several times to get it off. I used a water-based lube with the toy and it makes a ton of squishing, gushing, air and lube noises. Normally the noises that toys make don't bother me but this was a bit much. The motor is quiet though. I kept worrying that maybe it was squishing all the lube out and stopping to reapply more that it didn't actually need. I assume it makes less noise with Vaseline but I will not try it that way since Vaseline breaks down condoms and is so hard to clean up.