Today I received a question from a reader: Is it safe to buy sex toys during the coronavirus pandemic?
Hi everyone! Happy Holidays and welcome to the end of the decade! This has been my 5th (WHAT?) year running Miss Ruby Reviews, and it’s been busy!
Read on for 2,000 words on why I hate one of the largest sex toy companies in the world.
Happy holidays everyone! Another year overrrrrrrrrr! Read on for my top 10 favourite sex toys of 2018!
Reviews exist in our world so that that consumers can make informed decisions; if we only had the profiting company’s word for it, we’d be in trouble.
We usually don’t find out why a blogger stops blogging. We can only know that we miss them, that we hope they’re well, and that the community doesn’t quite feel the same without them.
I am not shocked. But I am unequivocally disgusted. This is 2017. How can gendered violence still be thought of as an acceptable marketing tool.
This is what I’ve learned about how sex toys can help you cope with sexual trauma.
Just so you know: consent is still a thing.
There aren’t many silicone foreskin/uncircumcised dildos on the market. My quest for uncut silicone dildos was surprisingly short. Below, I’ll detail some of the ones I did find.