Momma Mia (2)! Review of the Month, June 2013
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Review of the Month
"I purchased the black Mia 2 and was as equally impressed by the smooth plastic as I was by my original Mia; the quality of the vibe is outstanding especially now you can fully submerse it in water when you clean it - amongst other things! "
"The Lelo Mia 2 is couple-friendly and would make a great first toy for women with partners as it is not intimidating at all. The lipstick-shaped vibe will go unnoticed in hand luggage for you travelling girls out there and it is fully lockable for the trip to Australia."
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"When I first put them on it felt amazing! The quality is amazing, the fishnet isn't the typical plasticy feel that comes with fishnet, but a luxurious soft fabric that is indescribably soft! I was worried the design wouldn't fit in the right places but it was perfect."
"I've had a Pink Lady Fleshlight for years. The Flight is very different. The internal texture, lumps, bumps, changes in circumference all combine to create an intensely pleasurable experience. "
"As far as a clitoral vibrator goes it's wonderful. I found that the straighter edge and nub on the "head" is superb for that kind of orgasm. Anything from this range would make a wonderful introductory gift to sex toys!"
"This book is really honest and engaging, with lots of exciting tips and tricks that we were quick to try out! You may think you know it all and that you don't need advice but this book is extremely fascinating, both for the experienced and up-and-coming sexpert. It may cover information that may be familiar to some, but Tracey Cox's constant enthusiasm and genuinely honest advice makes this book a refreshing break from other similar guides available on the market. "