Episode #134 - February 4, 2007

Hot Stuff Sex Toy

Jill Kelly Vibe You don't need to be an engineer to see that THE JILL KELLY ROTATING G-SPOT VIBE is a classic case of bad design. Let me tell you why.

It is supposed to be a dual-function stimulator – i.e. G-spot and clitoris. Unfortunately, it is not anatomically correct. Think about it. The G spot is about 1 ½ inches into the vagina, so if you wanted clitoral and G spot stimulation, the tip is out by a country mile. You'd be jiggling your uterus.

Actually, the rotating vibrating beads are too far away from the vaginal opening and there are few nerve endings up that far in the vagina.

And, to top it off, the controller is big, bulky, and heavy – not at all designed for female-sized hands. Lotsa buttons - these do the beads,, these provide clitoral and this button does the dishes. Off is down here. Multi-talented fingering.

In short, THE JILL KELLY ROTATING G-SPOT VIBE is a piece of crap. The guys who built this have never even MET a woman, let alone seen one naked. On the HOT STUFF HIBACHI OF LOVE, it's getting one measly briquet. Sorry Jill. Back to the drawing board.

Hot Stuff Extra!

Position of the Day Cards If you're going someplace dull on your vacation, why not take along this set of 30 postcards from “Position of the Day”? When the folks back home get one of these, they will think you're having an exceptionally wild time.
I got a feeling nobody fact-checked these positions…

Sue's Mini Review

There's a saying in the book business – “Publish or perish” – and at the rate that Anne Hooper is churning out books, I figure she is going to live for another 120 years. Here's the new one - SEX PLAY. Loaded with pictures of double-jointed, skinny models enjoying adventurous sex, the book might be good for a few raucous evenings, then it will probably be relegated to the reading room, a.k.a. the bathroom. But don't worry – Anne will have another book out NEXT week.

Sunday Night Poll Results

Have you ever been in a sexual situation where you felt threatened?

YES - 88%

NO - 12%

(Final tallies include West Coast votes.)