Of course the We-Vibe Touch is great for my peep, it’s shaped just like a scoop! The Touch is made from body safe, non porous glossy silicone, which means that lint clings to it like all hell. Seriously, I can never have more than 3.5 seconds of lint free-ness. The gloss is nice, however, as Read More

Icicles No. 5 from Pipedream was the first glass piece I ever picked up. I’m talkin’ months ago, before I understood toys that didn’t vibrate. I tried it once, and found it overwhelmed my vagina. At the time, I still hadn’t quite figured out my G Spot or how to stimulate it properly. So, now Read More

The Lelo Mia 2 damn near broke my heart. I tried to prepare myself, tried to steady my anxieties when I found out that the tapered end is not the end meant to be used. I slowly chanted this information (that the tapered end covers the USB port and was not an answer to my prayers for Read More

Today I’d like to spend some time talking about my favorite toy: the Magic Wand Original, formerly known as the Hitachi. When I tell my partner to “Grab the vibrator” or my partner asks me if I’d like them to “grab the vibrator,” we’re both referring to the Magic Wand. In my household, the Magic Wand Read More

The first toy I bought with my discount was the We-Vibe 3. I told myself I would hold out until the 4 came out, but I just could not. It just seemed so promising! The power rushed to my head. 40% off! I was salivating ready to eagerly buy up anything that seemed appealing. But I Read More

Why do I have a Pure Wand you ask? Because I trust Epiphora with my cunt. The lot of it. She didn’t steer me wrong with my most cherished Comet Wand and with the Pure Wand she guided to me to light. The light of stainless steel. The light of G-Spot magic. The light of slick subltey and Read More

Joan Didion’s “On Keeping a Notebook” from her anthology of essays Slouching Toward Bethlehem is one of my favorite pieces. In it she suggests that we write not to remember for ourselves or for an audience, but as a means of keeping in touch with our past selves. She writes: It all comes back. Perhaps it is Read More

First of all, porn can be great source of information on sexuality and can offer practical advice on any act or aesthetic that piques your Interest. Watching it can be excellent way to explore certain practices before trying them out. Porn can inspire us, inform us, shock us, disgust us, and turn us on. Sometimes all at once. Many Read More

What is it? What’s it supposed to do? The Wet for Her Five is a dildo that comes in three different sizes. I chose the Medium, because I think I may have internalized the story of The Three Bears. Wet for Her is a US based company (though it was started in France) that is aimed Read More

The characters in The Delicious Torment hit my smutty sweet spot. By that, I mean it’s like I know them, but they are also me. From the first line: I believe you can fall in love six times before breakfast—that is, if you’re looking. If you have an aura of willingness, of curiosity, then others will come Read More

The Wild Search and I have kind of an epic relationship. Though it’s filed under Peep’s Picks, The Wild Search was picked for me. You see that’s what people who study and teach porn do when they visit each other. With tummies full of delicious Southern barbeque and tequila, we watch ethical feminist award winning porn and yell things like Read More

She Boppin tagged me to join in on the My Writing Process Blog Tour, featuring various sex bloggers and toy reviewers. It was a real sweet gesture and I’m happy to add my process to the conversation. First Off: What Am I Working On? Well, I am always reading. I think I found my groove in book Read More

April was a whirlwind month for Peep, I popped up in a few places here and there on the Web. Here’s whose got the scoop on Peep:   I was interviewed by the ever so lovely Dorianne on Sex City Radio on CIUT FM out of Toronto for a show dedicated to FP Con, you Read More

I wanted to read a book about the G-Spot, and the folks at Cleis Press sent me Violet Blue’s The Smart Girls Guide to the G-Spot in exchange for an honest review. This is a book that  functions well as an introductory text. Violet Blue’s no-nonsense tone makes for an engaging read that doesn’t attempt to tie Read More

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