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Wet For Her Silicone Dildo Review


Wet For Her 5 Silicone Dildo

Minimalism, capsule wardrobes, and neutral monochromatics have gained traction in the fashion world in recent years for their more sustainable outlooks on style and frankly, ease of use: there’s something about fashion that always feels laborious to me no matter how much fun it may be so I get the appeal of something lower maintenance. Minimalistic tendencies and trends have also popped up in everything from food to housing to skincare but one industry where I haven't seen much in the way of minimalism? Sex toys. There are a couple of companies like Dame trying to market to a Millenial and Gen Z demographic that’s been turned off by previous generations of kitschy, toxic, and flat-out offensive sex toys. That being said, do you know what Dame and other trendy toy companies don’t make?

Dildos! And it’s a damn tragedy! I’d love to try some olive green or pinstripe dicks but alas, I think shows like Broad City and the classic Sex And The City that center vibrators as the mecca of vulva-adjacent pleasure have had a strong impact on societal perception of non-motorized sex toys.

That’s well and fine with me since a lot of folx need or prefer power to get off and penetration is glamorized in other ways--I feel perhaps I should write on this sometime--but what about folx who want something else. Well, as your Bernie-supporting, clog wearing, “Young Adult,” I’m here to introduce you to the minimalist’s dildo: the Wet For Her Dildo Line.


Specs for the Five Medium:

  • 5.1 inches insertable length

  • 1.38 inches max diameter

  • Totally smooth medium firm silicone (bendy but not squishy)

  • Harness compatible base (seriously, it's the most harnessable base ever)

  • Many other sizes (I thought this one would be good for review since it's right in the middle)

  • $45 dollars and often on sale at Peepshow Toys or the Wet for Her website


Design:

If you’re looking for realism or fancy features, this is not the toy for you: the makers know that the sex toy market is well-saturated with glitz and frills and wanted to bring consumers something different. I own handfuls of dual-density, neon-colored, or realistic dildos. Everything from giant dicks to unicorn horns and anything else you can dream up and while those toys are a hell of a lot of fun, they can be a lot. You know what I only have one of? A super simple, harnessable, untextured yet lightly-curved, abstract dildo. Wet For Her did a really excellent job with this design and it’s a great example of exactly what it’s meant to be.

The curve is subtle enough to stroke my g-spot (in a way similar to fingers or the Uberrime Uno) but doesn’t bludegon it with impact. The length and width are filling enough to be satisfying but not too much to be overstimulating **with my anatomy and preferences**. The base is super stable in a harness: probably the best I’ve tried. The silicone moves with your body but is firm enough not to fold during penetration. A perfect middle ground.

This dildo doesn’t have a lot of fun, fancy features but that’s not what it’s meant for. Pick this toy up if you want a good, simple dildo for strap-on or solo sex that will last.


Ideal Users:

I would say that this dildo would work for a lot of people so I think it will be more useful to list people who WON”T like it, and they as as follows:

  • Texture lovers

  • Squishy silicone lovers

  • Those who crave realism

  • Those who need an extra flared base (so if you’re used to big anal toys) or suction cup

For pretty much everyone, I think this toy does exactly what it promises to do and is priced reasonably, making it a solid addition to any collection.


A Note On The Brand:

Wet For Her is a queer female sex toy retailer that caters specifically to the needs of WLW (women loving women). This is great as many sex toy retailers **cough Adam And Eve cough** don't sell products that are all body safe (WFH does) and don't have a great selection of toys for same sex couples. My only issue with this brand is that, as someone who recently came out as non-binary, the female branding can be a touch alienating. Honestly though, it's nothing compared to what most major retailers do in terms of gendered toy categories, marketing, et all so I'm not mad at it.


Bottom Line:

This is a really good, basic dildo that I would recommend to most people looking for something simple that doesn't look like a body part. Click here to buy it and click here to check out the rest of the Wet For Her toys.


The Wet For Her Silicone Dildo in Five Medium was sent to me by the wonderful people at Wet For Her in exchange for my honest review. As per usual, all my opinions and statements are 100% my own. If you’d like to send me a product for review, go to the Work With Me page to get in touch.


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I'm A. (she/they), a clueless queer and blogger. I started this blog because I grew up in a small town where sex--especially queer sex--wasn't talked about. I was a determined youngster and managed to scrape the bottom of the internet barrel to find the information I needed (and later, the information I wanted). Now that I've learned a bit about queer pleasure in all of its forms, I wanted to create the resource I wish I'd had; a place where I could read about someone else's experiences and learn about sex from a pleasure-centered perspective. If you have a question about something or want me to cover a certain topic, just shoot me an email! Chances are, I've been there and would love to help or at least offer some moral support, and who knows, maybe others could benefit from a post about it. 

 

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