Turned sideways, oh yes it must be to the far Left, not unlike my politics, I am wiggling the handle in a desperate fever. I am crazed, clenched around it, and as soon as I press the wand against me and the vibration hits my clit I feel myself involuntarily clamp even harder. It begins in my feet, I feel it spread across my chest. My face is hot, what is this? How will I ever describe this? No, not now, not descriptions now. Only feeling now, everything is swelling, rising up until a hard release, and another, and another—buh buh buh. I cannot believe I’m actually convulsing and collapse onto a nest of pillows. Shaken.
good sports to my incessant need for pressure, intense vibes, and long sessions. I know how to come from stimulating them, and I have for a long time. My relationship to my vagina, on the other hand, is still, and despite my best efforts, quiet mysterious. I’ve been able to come from penetrative sex, for a long time, but I never really knew how or why. It was this magical, mystical force and I didn’t want to complicate it. But, then again, I’ve always had a complex relationship with penetration.
When I was young and realized that sex things might one day involve penetration I was terrified. The idea of being permeable made me uneasy, hell, even queasy. Using tampons would make me dizzy and sometimes I would even faint.
Needless to say, its been a rocky journey, but even now as I begin to explore penetration with various toys, I think back to my struggles with being permeable. I get embarrassed sometimes reading other reviews because me and my G spot don’t actually know each other very well. For starters, it took forever to find. Left of center (how fitting, though).
Enter: The Comet G Wand from Jopen
The Comet G Wand is a glass and silcone dildo that has a long rounded curve and a bulbous head and a glass handle. It’s a matte silicone, so lots of water based lube is a must, which has ripples along the shaft and head which give it some subtle texture.
For some reason I was expecting the Comet G Wand from Jopen to be enormous. I wanted one for a long time and had thought about it constantly: but in my head, it was huge. I don’t know how to explain it other than I still harbor some cultural myths about women’s sexuality and that anything that made you come had to be some giant bulky version of a penis. As much as I wanted one, I was simultaneously terrified because my vagina is new to insertables and gets cranky when I try toys on the bigger side.
It’s not as if I hadn’t seen a billion pictures of it. It’s not as if any of these pictures made it seem bigger than it is in reality. When I took it out of the box and I realized with glee that its size seemed to be much more fitting for me and my G-spot than the arm-sized wand my paranoid mind had conjured up. I was delighted and at the same time, I really did take a few moments to think over why it was that I thought it would be so big.
I hear comments like this all the time in the shop: “How can this even be a sex toy?” to dildos or toys that are less than 9.5 inches. I find myself having to explain that not every woman wants or needs that much.
What I’m getting at is that my first moments with the Comet G Wand were a moment when I began to ponder the extent to which this dildos as penis ideology had manifested itself in my own sexuality.
At first, I kept it in the box beside me, watching television with my partner. I felt comforted by its presence. I wanted to get to know it, to spend some quality time with it before I ramming it into me as a hard as I could. From reading reviews and comments, I knew it was a toy that required time. I needed to warm up to it first.
And I was right. Part of the reason this particular review took me a while is because each time I use this toy it gets better.
The first time: I am nervous. Intimidated by its status as “Best Sex Toy of the Year” from Epiphora, I feel shy about using it. My inexperience with penetrative toy play exacerbates this. I am tense and though using it was pleasurable—I can’t quite feel it.
The second time: Things are different. I am more relaxed, and thrusting is easier. I add some clitoral stimulation and use it for about three orgasms. I’m impressed.
The third time: I look down and my fist is clenched tightly around the glass handle with a slight downward push. I don’t want it out of me. This time with Jill clocks in at over 40 minutes.
The fourth time: I don’t need clitoral stimulation anymore (though I don’t throw it out entirely). I am coming in ways that I didn’t even know I could, experience intense sensations, and can pinpoint my G-spot. I, now, crave penetration as much as I do clit stimulation.
The Comet G Wand means business. From its no-nonsense “look here’s your G-spot” first impression to its sturdy, yet pretty light weight, firmness, I can never look back.
The only way to describe the sensation I receive from using it is that even the subtlest of movements feels incredible. I found that actually wiggling the hand back and forth from side to side vertically was this whole new level of sensation.
Because of the sheer solidness of the toy, its glass and firm silicone, it mimics that perfect pull of the “come here” technique, which again despite my best efforts, still alluded me pre-Comet G Wand. It seems to push and pull my G-spot at the same time.
The orgasms I have the Comet G Wand are pretty intense, but unlike how I am most of the time, I do not stop in between them. I don’t want to.
I got mine from the folks at Pink Cherry, the Comet G Wand in Raspberry is only $40. If your experienced with G-spot stimulation, or new comer (ba dum ka cha!), get one.
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