This Bendy Vibrator Could Get You That Elusive Dual Clit/G-Spot Orgasm

The unicorn of your anatomy just got REAL.


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I believe in G-spots. And the G-spot orgasm. But I also believe Crocs are cool. So I’m kind of an island.

Before you mass eye roll the “mythical” G-spot, hear me out. I pinpointed what I believe to be my own one at the ripe old age of 39 and three-quarters (funnily, around the same time I was gifted foot Mecca) – after years of rampant experimentation.

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And while it was a human who finally introduced me to my G, if you, your toy or your human has failed in their quest, this bulbous little guy – the Moove multi-purpose vibrator by Screaming O – can defs help with that.

But first, what exactly is the G-spot?

It’s not technically a spot, so forget the “needle in haystack” analogy right now. It’s actually urethral sponge situated against the vaginal wall and, like an erect penis, it swells proudly when aroused. You’ll know if you hit it.

Or not… Ever get that “Whoa, hold tight because I think I might just wee on you” feeling during sex? That’s probably because your partner is stimulating your G-spot. Because it wraps around the urethra, it tends to straddle that strange place between pleasure… and pee. Awks.

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But if you can get past that spot of bother, G-spotting could just become your new favourite hobby. Because it feels ah-mazing. And it’s not an exclusive feeling – when tickled, it pushes up against the mons pubis, which pushes against the clitoris and clitoral ligaments, which results in one giant interconnected explosion. It’s basically an old-school open party where everyone’s invited. And, let’s be honest, they were the best.

Your G-spot wants to be found

You’ll find your pot of gold between your pubic bone and the front of your cervix, about two inches into the vaginal opening on the front wall of your vagina (think stomach, not back). It’ll likely feel a little rougher, or a bit ridged. I’ve heard lots of experts recommending using the popular “come here” motion with your finger to find it. Just be sure to use firm pressure. Because this can get a bit tiring, toys trump hands. Curved is a good bet. Or, you know, shaped like this guy…

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The Moove multi-purpose vibrator by Screaming O basically guarantees a G-spot orgasm. Well, for me at least.

R 1699

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Looking distinctly like a bowling pin, the Moove lives up to its name, sporting a soft insertable bulb with a flexible neck that bends to reach your sweet spots. Following your lead, the head can swirl, zigzag and stretch side to side, filling and stimulating spaces I’ve found other vibrators tend to miss. Like… the G-spot.

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But let my fave area not hog the spotlight… Along with getting up close and personal with your vaginal walls, the Moove is multi-purpose, so no erogenous zone is left wanting: use it on your clitoris and nipples; it’s perfectly shaped for anal play too. Tip: Use it on his perineum to make his orgasm way more powerful.

The bendability, plus 20 vibration functions, mean action at every angle and in every place you need it. And did I mention it comes with a remote control? It’ll navigate you through 10 speeds and 10 pulse functions for hands-free fun. Or… slip it to your partner and put them in control from up to 12m away.

Get GPS for your G-spot

Dual vaginal and clitoral orgasm? Um, yes please. But seriously, whether you believe in the unicorn of your anatomy or not, this flexible, bendable vibrator is going to hit most of your sweet spots – G-spot included or not.

The Moove multi-purpose vibrator by Screaming O comes with a USB charging cable that ensures up to 60 minutes of play on a single charge. It’s 115mm in length, 100 percent waterproof, comes with a two-year warranty. And it could blow your mind. So… R1 699 at Desir.co.za. You’re welcome.

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