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May 27, 2016


Good Housekeeping insists vibrators are no longer taboo for its readers – and asks 300 women to test them out

(Thanks to Jon Harris)


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We expect them to offer cleaning tips.

1. I was expecting to have the option of reading individual reviews of the tools written by the participants.

2. Do the participants get to keep the stimulators in exchange for their reviews? If so are the women swayed or do they waver in any way differently than if they don't get to keep it?

3. Is there a sweepstakes in the works regarding this specific Good Housekeeping section?

Dildo Doldrums is one of my favorite Lord Of The Rings characters..

Will it get the Seal of Approval?


Those testing the toys were asked to judge them on six key areas including appearance...

That's a concern? "Unhh, I need some satisfaction right now, but this Rabbit is orange..."

Those testing the toys were asked to judge them on six key areas including appearance, ease of operation, noise levels

Noise levels? Do they mean the toy's or hers?

Shaken, not stirred.

I had heard some buzz about this.

It's not getting any easier to find a date.

If they want men to read the magazine, they will also have to test how well they stir paint.

*Renews subscription to Good Housekeeping"

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