Call me Felicity. I love words, food, sex, art, and studying people—not always in that order! I started Phallophile Reviews after I learned about body-safe toys. I realized that my vag (and later my butt) didn’t have to settle for cheap junk: porous and potentially toxic materials. After reading what seemed like a million sex toy reviews, I decided that body-safe, platinum silicone dildos were often overlooked/underreviewed. And since I am a massive phallophile—a lover of dick—I wanted to change that!
I’m listing some details of my anatomy and preferences here to help anyone who’s reading my reviews understand whether their own preferences might match mine at all. Know that I’m not saying my preferences are in any way “right” or that they’re better than any other person’s preferences. This is how I happen to be:
- I’m in the ≈20–25% of women1 who can consistently orgasm from penetration alone. Because of this, I’m usually much more interested in dildos than in clit vibes, though on low-hormone days I might add a good bullet vibe into the mix.
- Because my G-spot is so demanding, I usually use my toys so that the coronal ridge is hitting the frontal (anterior) wall of my vagina. Every now and then—like with pointy toys—I turn the dildo around for gentler stimulation.
- Most of the time I get off through thrusting instead of clenching around my dildos.
- Learning to enjoy butt play was an arduous journey, but I’m getting more enthusiastic about anal! My Butt Stuff reviews category has expanded lately!
- I love very realistic dildos, but sometimes I want some texture too. More texture equals a new and different experience with each toy, and helps get me off more easily during my less-sensitive days of the month. That’s why I like fantasy dildos so much (besides the awesome colors!).
So this is my blog! My reviews try to give you as much info as possible so that you can make an informed decision about which body-safe toys will or won’t work for you. And, by writing about my own sexplorations, I aim to promote sex positivity too. It’s taken me a long time to get over some negative beliefs about sex and my body in general (like I talk about in my series Making Up for Lost Orgasms). I hope I can help others find accurate, nonjudgmental information during their own journey toward learning to love their sexual preferences. Feel free to e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re looking for specific toy suggestions; I’ll try to work with you to find something in your unique size, color, firmness, and price range.2
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