The write-up in Mashable:
The handmade item can be purchased here. (etsy)
The above Creation was shared by someone who has a great sense of humor and is a lovely writer (and person). You can find her, here. Thanks, Ret!
A little too much water in the shower caused a problem.
The damn thing kept turning back on.
There isn’t a removable battery.
And, No, the glue isn’t there to close anything for periods.
dievca showed up at Master’s in a chunky turtleneck sweater, glasses, knit mini-skirt, tights and boots. Not quite Velma — but channeling her vibe, unintentionally. Master started laughing and pointed out the similarities.
That brought up the idea of Velma Dinkley of Scooby Doo fame as a Sex Object. Master mentioned that it is a thing. dievca had no idea…
It is a thing –totally CosPlay!
That brought up the 2nd point that geek chic can be sexy
(especially when you are peeling the bombshell out of the layers of sweater).
And in her meanderings around the web, dievca ran in a site for her geeky followers:
Somewhere to fulfill your inner geek fantasies.
When Master and dievca made their pilgrimage to Babeland , dievca didn’t realize the store kept a Vintage Vibrator Museum. No sign of it in the store…but this short video offers evidence and a quick peak of past pleasure options!
“Women have been using vibrators for way longer than you think. See some of the earliest – and most terrifying – models, and help us design the vibrator of the future in the comments. Antique vibrators filmed on site at Babeland. Vibrators used with permission of Babeland’s Vintage Vibrator Museum.”
dievca found the perfect storage box for the sex items.
Crafted of wood, faux leather and canvas.
The inside of box is lined with a smooth felt fabric.
Large Measures 12″ tall, 2.75″ wide, 9.5″ long;
Inside of box measures 10.5″ long, 8″ wide (inches).
Medium Measures 10″ tall, 2.25″ wide, 8″ long;
Inside of box measures 8.75″ long, 6.75″ wide (inches).
Small Measures 8″ tall, 1.75″ wide, 6.25″ long;
Inside of box measures 6.75″ long, 5.25″ wide (inches).
Hiding the anal plugs never looked so good!
dievca came to Master to let her submissive side shine.
she also arrived without a great deal of creative sexual experience. One of the first items Master addressed was Cock Worship. It was considered a necessity for the relationship to proceed and in the post Tutoring dievca: Camille Crimson and Fellatio, Master sent dievca on a wonderful tour of Cock Worship.
Anal Sex was another area that Master was interested in but it wasn’t a deal-breaker. Master touched upon it but never set-up a training program or game plan for dievca. dievca quietly took it upon herself to start training her anal sphincter to relax.
When she finally told Master what she was doing, He assumed that because His dievca was so physical and she had trained her bum a little – anal sex would be a breeze. Wrong. dievca wasn’t able to relax enough.
Master and His dievca discussed options for more training.
SHHHH…dievca admits…she stopped listening to Master’s “advice” when it didn’t give enough baby steps to make sense to her. dievca continued with the smaller sized plug she had used. she wore it at home, multiple times, for longer periods to train her muscles to relax. Then dievca bought the next size plug when she felt she was ready. The plugs were a “mishmash” of styles chosen by trial and error, plus availability and wearing comfort.
This small plug hurt to wear for a long period of time, so dievca sought something more comfortable for training in the next size.
This black plug was the workhorse of dievca’s training, something she could wear comfortably for a long period of time.
A medium-sized option was weightier and gave dievca a more “full” feeling.
The large crystal plug dievca bought was…too large.
This is the point where dievca asked Master if they could try anal sex, again.
It still didn’t work well. Master’s Cock doesn’t get small at the top like the plugs do — dievca’s sphincter muscles needed to stay open.
dievca added a glass plug with a wider neck and a homeopathic muscle warmer to help with relaxation, The effectiveness of the “warming” spray might have been just mental, but…Anal Sex is a “mental” sport.
It worked beautifully. dievca gained so much pleasure from anal sex and she knows that Master was thrilled, as well.
Would dievca do it the training again? Absolutely, in a heartbeat — BUT she would choose the NJOY training set in metal with an “o”-ring pull (first photo). Why? They look nicer, the curved shape avoids angles, the plugs should be easier to pull out of the bum and the 100% seamless metal looks easier to clean. dievca would then finish the training with a large neck glass plug to mimic Master’s girth.
diecva hopes that you are inspired and helped by her
tail (whoops!) tale. It’s not as glamorous as her Cock Worship learning experience, but the results are just as good! XO
Aperativo for Royal Leerdam Crystal 2009.
A series of glass dildo’s on a champagne glass stem,
to celebrate special moments.
Glass is the perfect hygienic material for this kind of objects therefore Richard Hutten designed a dildo on a stem of a drinking glass. As an object for inspiration, to get in to the mood rather than using it, which makes it more of an anti-dildo.
Yes, Art is to inspire and allow the imagination to soar –
Master is well-capable to take it from there.
Richard G. J. Hutten (born 30 March 1967 in Zwollerkerspel) is a Dutch designer. Hutten started his own design studio in 1991 in Rotterdam after graduating from the Design Academy Eindhoven.
Hutten’s work is part of the permanent collections of the Centraal Museum Utrecht, the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam, the Vitra Design Museum in Weil am Rhein, and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Philippe Starck used some of Huttens designs for the interiors of the Delano Hotel Miami and the Mondrian Hotel Los Angeles. His work has also been exhibited in Milan, Cologne, Paris, London, Berlin, Weimar, Toronto, Ghent, Verona (Abitare il Tempo), Amsterdam (Stedelijk Museum), Rotterdam (Kunsthal and Museum Boijmans van Beuningen), Utrecht (Centraal Museum), Den Bosch (Museum het Kruithuis), Breda (Museum De Beyerd), New York (Museum of Modern Art), Copenhagen (Louisiana Museum), Helsinki (Industry Museum & Alvar Aalto Museum), Bremen (Ubersee Museum), Montreal, Tokyo (Idée, E&Y), Osaka, Stuttgart (Design Centre) and San Francisco (Museum of Modern Art).