Friday, August 05, 2011

Sex toys "from a senior perspective"?


If you're new to my blog, every few weeks, I review a sex toy from a senior perspective.

What's a "senior perspective" and why do we need it?

Because our need for long, slow arousal necessitates a vibrator that doesn't overheat, run out of battery charge, or burst into flames if we need to use it for a long time. We want sex toys that don't strain arthritic wrists. We want to be able to see the controls without having to put on our reading glasses. Above all, we need intensity: strong vibrations. We're battling our (lack of) hormones, people.

So I review sex toys from this senior perspective. I welcome your comments, whether you agree or disagree. I'm just one person, and our preferences vary. Whether a toy works for me may depend on "fit" as well as preference, and it's useful for all of us if you post your own experience  in the comments section. (Email me if you have trouble with that and I'll walk you through it or post it for you.)

To see the whole list of vibrators I've reviewed, click here. Keep scrolling to "older posts," because I've reviewed a lot of them!



2 comments:

  1. Interesting... I've been thinking I should be discussing sex and sex toys from a senior perspective, but haven't been quite sure what that would be. I do know that my orgasms have changed, but am not sure how much is due to the assorted psych meds I take and how much to age.

    I can cum pretty fast if I want to, with just my fingers and my brain, and for mechanical stimulation don't necessarily need or like vibrations that are super strong. But then I also take estrogen, and that must change my response as well.

    Until I started doing reviews myself, sex toys were very rarely part of my masturbation regimen, so it's been an educational research project. I'll have to watch as I grow older (62 now) to see how things change.

    Thanks for your review of the MiMi - I've been curious about it!

    o.g.

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  2. I came upon your blog completely by accident but I have to say, I LOVE it. Though not your age, yet - I really love the perspective. It's great to know that an vital aspect of life doesn't evaporate once you reach a certain age!

    I plan to visit often!

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