Need Sex Shop Info And A Dildo Up My Ass
Savage Love readers voted overwhelmingly in favor of "pegging" as the term for a woman fucking a man in the ass with a strap-on dildo. (Examples of proper usage: "She likes to peg guys." "So my girlfriend was pegging my brains out when suddenly my mom walked in!" "My boyfriend is such a sex pig. I totally pegged the shit out of him last night.")
As for the sex-toy store I recommended, that would be Toys in Babeland, which just happens to be the sex-toy store that buys those king-sized ads next to my column. Lest I be accused of taking payola from the women who own Toys in Babeland, let me state for the record that I've been recommending their stores for a lot longer than they've been advertising in The Stranger. So I say this with a clear conscience: For all your sex-toy and pegging needs, visit Toys in Babeland, 707 East Pike Street on Capitol Hill, or shop online at www.babeland.com. Be sure and tell 'em Dan Savage sent ya (that way I get my 10 percent).
"He seems confident that his sweetie will receive the news well that his asshole is hungry for her love, so he is miles ahead of a lot of hungry-assed guys who fear rejection," said Claire, co-owner of Toys in Babeland--and Claire should know. In the 10 years she's been selling dildos, the lesbolicious Claire has helped get more dildos into more straight men's asses than she cares to think about. To break the pegging ice, Claire suggested that you buy your girlfriend a copy of Bend Over Boyfriend 2, a how-to video for women who want to fuck their boyfriends in their boyish butts. Bend Over Boyfriend 2 sells for $34.95 at Toys in Babeland, and 10 percent of $34.95 is $3.50, but that doesn't have anything to do with why I'm also recommending that you buy the video. (I can be bought, but not for three-and-a-half bucks.) No, I'm recommending it because it's a great educational video, the Nightline of how-to-fuck-your-boyfriend's-ass videos.
Are there sex toys that a virgin can use? I will appreciate any help you can provide.
P.S. I am female.
Claire told me she could recommend about 600 vibrators that are designed for use on the clitoris, not for penetration. (I urge you to buy all 600, as that would set me up for life!) Clit-stim vibrators would leave your hymen and--theoretically, at least--your virginity in tact. But what Claire really wanted to do was crawl up on her soapbox and rant for a few minutes about the whole concept of virginity.
"Virginity is not real," Claire believes. "Let's take a moment to try to pin it down: Is virginity the state of not yet having been penetrated by a man? In that case, the most sexually experienced 'thoroughbred' lesbian [i.e., never been touched by a man] is a virgin. Is 'virginity' a state before sexual engagement or satisfaction? Then no vibrator on the market will do its job and preserve a woman's virginity. Is it an intact hymen? Then you could take your virginity with your own hand. Some women are born without hymens; were they never virgins?"
Claire not only believes that virginity isn't real, but she thinks the whole idea of "virginity" oppresses women. "The concept of virginity does not belong in these brighter times," Claire said, apparently unaware that there's a Bush in the White House again. "Now women can find self-esteem and confidence through sexual expression, be it masturbation or sleeping with whomever we want, however we want to."
Personally, I think Claire is full of it. I mean, I don't think virginity is or isn't being penetrated or getting off with someone else. I think being a "virgin" is subjective and personal, but I do think it's real. Virginity is like pornography: We know it when we see it (or we know it when we are it). And if we can't use the word "virginity" anymore, what word do we use to describe someone who hasn't had sex yet, whatever that person thinks sex is?
"We all get excited and exhilarated before the first time we have a sexual experience with another person," concluded Claire. "That's sweet, and I wouldn't want to take that away from anyone. But there should be a different term for that."
Any suggestions, people?
I am a 22-year-old straight male involved in a yearlong relationship. My girlfriend and I have always had a very active and satisfying sex life, and we try our best to think up new and fun things to do. After dabbling in handcuffs and anal beads, we've decided to take it to the next level: a strap-on dildo. What should we look for when buying a harness? I would think finding one that fits properly and holds the dildo firmly is of paramount concern. Also, we would definitely want a double-sided dildo so that she can be penetrated at the same time. Since I am wholly unfamiliar with anal sex, what size dildo should we get for me?
Fill Me Up
Back to buttfucking straight boys--and thank God. I mean, it's so much nicer to talk with Claire about something we agree on.
"He's right about the harness--make sure it's snug and the dildo is held firmly in place and it's securely attached to his girlfriend's body," said Claire. "The easiest way to get both of you filled up is to buy two dildos, and that way each of you can pick the size you want inside you." Your girlfriend's harness can be modified to hold two dildos simultaneously, one on "her" side of the harness and the other on "your" side. Or for really mind-blowing double penetration, Claire recommends the Nexus ($86). "It's a double-dildo design marvel that works splendidly in a harness," she said. "The Nexus is one solid hunk of silicone, so with one end in her and the other in you, you get a real sense of connection. Touch a vibrator to that thing and you'll each know in a hurry that it's inside both of you."
Confidential to Erica: I can't imagine you meet many white boys with big lips working at a law firm, but if you're having trouble choosing between the white boys you're dating, and you're into big lips, by all means go with the one with the biggest lips. You're not being shallow, you're being true to yourself.