Y’all might not know this about me, but I have a good number of sex toys. Some might even argue that I have ENOUGH sex toys. So when Tashel came to me with a spare Miss Bi, I almost instructed her to put it in the give-away room.
Two things stopped me:
1. Miss Bi is made my Fun Factory, and Fun Factory is one of my favorite manufacturers. They’ve been at the forefront of high end toy innovation for twenty years. I know and love many of their products including the impressive Big Boss, the super fun Bouncer, and the incomparable Stronic Drei.
2. Miss Bi is funny looking, and y’all know I have a thing for funny looking toys. She’s short and squat but girthy. She boasts a sensuous, curvaceous belly and just a small nod of a curve. She’s a “dual action” (see: rabbit style) vibe, which typically turns me off, but her clitoral stimulator is a wide and flat with an intriguing and probably useless horizontal crevice.
Miss Bi was designed to “hug the g-spot and clit,” and I will say using inserting her felt sort of like a genital embrace. The clitoral stem landed squarely where it should have and it stayed there, partly because this is a quality toy and partly because the shaft was too short for me to pull it away during penetration. The shaft felt nice and I liked that I could manipulate it with no fear of overstepping the bounds of comfort. I cannot, however, say that my g-spot shared the warmth of the moment. For me, this toy missed that mark. I was unable to achieve optimal clitoral stimulation while simultaneously tugging the shaft against that spot. That pesky problem of not every woman’s body fitting into the same mold strikes again.
Still, I did enjoy Miss Bi. She’s powerful as all get out and features 45 possible combinations of speed and pulsation. You can even save and easily return to your favorite! She’s rechargeable, silicone, waterproof and submersible. Miss Bi is a great toy for anyone who enjoys clitoral stimulation and penetration but isn’t big on big length. I have no doubt there are plenty of women for whom she could provide that treasured, full hug.
Used with kind permission from Alison Barber and our friends at Taboo.