Revolutionary New PS-spot Toy

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You’ve heard of the G-spot, and hopefully the P-spot, but what about the PS-Spot? We’ve written about it before here on our blog and in our book, SEX: How to Do Everything: Just beneath a woman’s perineum (that short bridge of tissue between the vaginal opening and the anus) is a tightly packed tangle of blood vessels alternately known as the perineal sponge, the perineal body, or — you guessed it! — the PS-spot. Like other erectile tissue, this mass fills with blood upon arousal and can be sensitive to massage and pressure via the perineum, via the lower back wall of the vagina (opposite the G-spot), or via the anus. Just because every women’s magazine hasn’t written a million articles on it (like they have on the G-spot) doesn’t mean it’s not deserving of your love and attention. Who knows, it could be your magic button.

Now there’s a new sex toy on the horizon finally acknowledging this little lauded land of genital territory. One man has designed a 100% silicone, non-porous, waterproof toy called the Y-dildo specifically made for both the G-spot AND the PS-spot. It’s being manufactured in China (as most sex toys are) and he’s currently looking for distributors and advertisers. When we asked him why he chose to use a male demonstrator in the video instead of a female one, he explained, “I’m in the video.”

We have a feeling this is the beginning of a beautiful relationship more and more women will start having with their PS-spot. (Of course, you can always just use a thumb pressing downwards or twist a G-spotter vibe 180 degrees.) Remember, when the next three years of women’s magazine articles are dedicated to the PS-spot , you heard it from us first.

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  1. Are there papers published about these things? It seems that a lot of this is snake oil. “Hey I’ll make a new kind of dildo and sell it as something new an innovative!” is often the first step, instead of seeing if something does what they think it does.

    Did he make this thing, and then test it out on a number of women? Did he compare those results to the same women with different toys? Were they women he wasn’t in a relationship with, so that they weren’t giving him results he was looking for? Is there any science behind his toy? Or is it something that if marketed correctly will make a quick buck?

    There are plenty of toys on the market that don’t do what they say they do. Plenty of shapes that were made before doing any research. Testing on your girlfriend/boyfriend doesn’t count.

  2. Oh, no, ONE MORE type of orgasm we have to live up to.

    I’m still trying to figure out the big deal about the G Spot.

    That kind of stim, from that angle makes me uncomfortable (PS spot, I guess). But, I like a LOT of things that many other people don’t so I am sure this is either an acquired taste or something some people just like already.

    But, there are probably people who really like this type of stim and would get a lot out of this dildo. Everybody’s different. I prefer actual DP with my Man and a phallic vibe together, but some people may really like this.

    Now we wait for the cheap sex toy makers to start making this in either jelly rubber or hard plastic in a toy which vibrates (not well, like most cheap toys) with the decibel level of a commercial airliner taking off.

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