Okay, yes, the LELO Sona sort of looks like an internal organ. Maybe a simplified, cartoon stomach. But the LELO Sona promises a new kind of stimulation, one that reaches even the internal parts of your clitoris, so this piqued my curiosity. Update: I wrote a review/comparison HERE of the NEW model, the LELO Sona 2!
The Jopen Key Charms Lace is quite pretty. I usually don’t like this shade of hot pink, but this vibe manages to catch my eye all the same. It’s unique, and I have a penchant for unique things. This is the first clitoral vibe I own that is so distinctly textured with nubs. I really love the look of the spherical nubs and fish-net stripes that run up and down the vibe. Though this is strictly a clitoral vibe, Jopen did make a larger, insertable version called the Key Ceres Lace.
It was basically all a misunderstanding between my clitoris and I. It’s kind of hilarious, really, in a sad sort of way. For years, I couldn’t manage an orgasm using my hands. When I first started having orgasms, it was via a showerhead. Yes, a showerhead. As in, those telephone-style hand-held things that you unhook from the bracket on the shower wall and set to high-speed jet/massage mode. And then move it between your legs and point it at your clitoris. I’d have to squat down close to the bathtub floor, because my legs would shake and thrash and threaten to undermine me if I kept standing.