Jopen Vanity Vr.9 Vibe Review

IT CAN DO ANYTHING (WHILE VIBRATING!)

This week we have another super technologically advanced vibrator item from Babeland.

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Jopen Vanity Vr.9 Vibe

+ Size: 10″ x 1-3/4″
+ Material: Silicone
+ Price: $145.

If you’re interested in toys that will stimulate your g-spot, toys meant for penetration with some girth, and/or toys that can do all of the above WHILE VIBRATING, then the Jopen Vanity might be your jam. Elegant and aesthetically pleasing, its totally seamless body is waterproof for use in the shower or bath, and it’s so versatile it’s really just daring you to find new ways to use it. Use the curved end with a bulbous tip for focused g-spot stimulation and hold the wider end like a handle; if you’re up for more, turn on the vibrating motor for extra stimulation. If you’re into having really fairly large things inside you, grab some lube and turn it around; and yeah, in case you were wondering, that vibrates too. (Separately! No point wasting the charge.)

The vibration with the Vanity isn’t super intense, so if you need strong clit stimulation you may want to use it in conjunction with something else. (Although the heavier end is pretty much shaped exactly like your vulva, so if you like gentle clit stimulation, go for it. (I don’t know how else to explain it other than “shaped like your vulva.” It’ll make sense once you hold it.))

The Vanity is maybe slightly easier to use with a partner, as it can be a little unwieldy to maneuver on your own, but really I cannot see any conceivable way that using this could be not awesome or deeply fulfilling in every possible way. Settle in with a glass of red wine and this sleek sexy piece of futuristic [environmentally sustainable!] technology, and no matter what you’re into you are headed for a Very Special Evening.


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Riese

Marie Lyn Bernard, aka Riese, is an award-winning writer, blogger, journalist, fictionist, copywriter, video-maker and aspiring cyber-performance artist who grew up in the midwest, lost her mind in New York City and is currently making it work in California. Her work has appeared in nine books including "The Bigger the Better, The Tighter The Sweater: 21 Funny Women on Beauty, Body Image and The Hazards of Being Female," "Dirty Girls," and "The Best American Erotica of 2007," magazines including Nylon, Marie Claire, GO, Curve, Interlude, and CollegeBound, and all over the web including nerve.com, Jezebel, Queerty, Emily Books and OurChart (RIP). She was the recapper for The L Word Online and host of Showtime’s Lezberado and her personal blog has earned many dubious honors including Best Personal Blog 2008. Riese has spoken about blogging, community-building, feminism, cyberculture and sexuality at places like BlogHer, Yale, New York University, The University of Chicago and The Museum of Sex. A graduate of the University of Michigan, Interlochen Arts Academy and The Olive Garden's week-long training intensive; she enjoys eating foods, having big ideas, reading books & talking to her stuffed dog, Tinkerbell. Also, she's Jewish. Follow her smokin’ hot adventures on twitter. Contact: riese[at]autostraddle.com

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25 Comments

  1. “I never really understood why weekends were considered such a haven of relaxation since everyone I knew worked in food service”

    Amen. I can’t wait until I’m done with this nonsense they call waitressing.

    Also, the poem is epic. I aspire to this.

  2. I read that poem to my love interest and they said, “Are you sure you didn’t write that about me?”

    Michelle Tea is my woman, one of my big influences, and definitely a nice lady– I got to meet her a month ago! Way cool.

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