Lovense Domi 2

I have returned from this review a different person, one a few dozen orgasms richer. I’ve had my eye on getting something Lovense since before the Domi line was out at all, much less onto Domi 2. When I happened to have $99 extra just as it went on sale for the same amount, I took it as a sign that it was meant to be mine.

I waited eagerly for the Domi 2 until it got here, only 4 days after I ordered it. It arrived in a small, discreet package that was clearly made especially for the toy’s box. It was a little detail that I appreciated probably too much; I hate wasteful packaging.

When I opened up the outer box, I noted that the inner box was nice and sturdy. Upon opening that, I saw that the Domi 2 was neatly, securely packed in expensive-feeling foam. This is my first luxury toy, so I was a bit overwhelmed at how expensive everything felt.

This wand is smaller than other wands, with a head less than 2″ wide, so if you like having your whole vulva rumbled, this might not be the choice for you. If you like more direct stimulation, though, I honestly can’t recommend the Domi enough.

There are several methods of vibration control, including two different versions of a remote (a traditional slider and one where you move your finger to control it, and can loop or plateau each change you make), music controlled, four patterns made by the company, practically infinite patterns by other users, your own patterns, noise controlled (which I imagine is most fun when you go out with a Lovense Hush plug or Lush egg in; less applicable here), and, of course, long distance. Okay, so there’s a lot of methods of vibration control.

I didn’t get a chance to try the long-distance control, but I’m hopeful to get to in the future! It seems like a lot of fun!

You can buy the Domi 2 here on Lovense’s website, where it’s currently on sale for $99.

Domi by Lovense mini wand is sturdy, smooth, well-built, wireless and super powerful.


  • 9.29″ long
  • 1.74″ head width
  • Splash-resistant but not waterproof
  • 5-6 hour battery life (wow!)
  • 2.6 hour charging time
  • Three in-programmed vibration strengths, which can be adjusted
  • Can be programmed with up to 10 patterns
  • Has fun features for camming, like tip-based vibrations
  • Can be controlled from compatible devices from either across the room or across the world with the Lovense apps

Bluetooth Compatibility

  • iOS 9.0 and later
  • Android 4.3 and later
  • Mac
  • Windows PC (with adapter at additional cost)

The Good

The Domi 2 looks expensive, and is made out of quality, expensive-feeling materials. It’s pleasantly heavy, and easy to use. It’s made of quality materials, and I didn’t realize the difference even the feel of a luxury vibrator would make.

And then I turned it on. For context, the second of the three strengths was about as strong as my Mystic Wand on high with fresh batteries. This thing has power. The high setting is absolute earthshattering, orgasm-inducing, overstimulating bliss. It’s the strongest vibrator I’ve ever used.

And here’s where things get fun. The customizability. You can play around with the settings on it to an incredible degree. I’m in love with the easy-to-use phone app that lets you control the strength of your vibrations incredibly precisely. The default patterns were okay, but it also lets you use user-generated patterns that rocked my world.

And here’s the most fun part. If you’re in a long distance relationship, all your lover has to do is also download the app, and once you add them as a friend and grant them control of your vibrator, you’re at their mercy from however far across the country or even world they may be! There’s also a separate app with features for camming, where you can do things such as set up games and tip-based vibrations.

The Bad

Lower settings have quite a bit of vibration radiating into the handle. It gets a lot better as the power goes up, but it’s still annoying.

It’s a bit annoying that a Windows adapter costs extra. This is not a cheap vibrator, and I don’t want to have to pay extra just to hook it up to my computer.

The control panel was hard for me to feel and operate with sweaty fingers (listen, this thing had me panting like I’d run a marathon), and I would imagine could be an accessibility concern. This is mitigated by how easy it is to control with the phone app, but is still a bit of an issue!

The Mediocre

The material of the wand’s handle is incredibly prone to fingerprints from fingers’ natural oils. It’s comfortable to hold, and it feels expensive, but I hate the look of fingerprints all over it.

The music controlled vibration was just meh as a feature IMHO, though it was pretty fun to orgasm to Mr. Brightside…once. I probably won’t use it again. It did what it was designed to do, and for music nerds, I imagine it could be a lot of fun; I just prefer strength over variation.

The Gist of It

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

The Lovense Domi 2 gets rated a 9/10. Points were deducted for the vibrating handle, hard-to-use buttons, and for only being splashproof, not waterproof, but points were given for the extremely customizable Bluetooth options, the ridiculously strong vibrations, and the general expensive feel. I highly recommend it if you’ve got 99 bucks to burn!

Tracy’s Dog Pecker

I have been humming “Tracy’s Dog is going on my blog” since yesterday. I wish that I could say that this were a more joyous occasion. I wanted the Pecker to work so bad. But I just can’t endorse a toy that comes with as much misinformation as it does.

With an two-motor design, the Pecker has two components: a regular vibrator and a bulging motor on the end that “pulsates and stimulates your happiness points just like a woodpecker pecking the wood.” I couldn’t make up some of the ad copy they use, but I’ll be damned if I didn’t enjoy it. The vibrations from the vibrator portion are buzzy, but the “pecker” part physically hammered my g-spot like a persistent lover’s fingers. It was pretty damn loud while in use; still, I didn’t really care because of how pleasurable the sensation is. Despite the fact that it is pretty thin, i felt like I’d gotten fucked.

I also tried it on my dick, which…pretty much no effect except for the weaker, buzzy vibrations. I tried it on my nipples; same story. I would have tried it up my ass, especially with how thin it is, but the base is not nearly flared enough for that to be safe, despite it being advertised as an anal toy.

And then I got it wet.

The Pecker is advertised as 100% waterproof, but the charging port looked surprisingly exposed for a waterproof toy, so I dunked it in a full sink to see what happened. Immediately the difficulties started. It started refusing to turn off, instead only cycling through the vibration patterns. Then either the “pecker” or the vibrator began refusing to turn on. Once it dried out overnight, it began working again, but saying a toy is waterproof when it isn’t can be dangerous, especially with such an exposed charging port.

I did flame test the Pecker, and it appears to actually be silicone. Which I suppose is a point in its advantage, but the other dangerous portions of the description are just too much to ignore, regardless of how much I enjoyed the toy. I also find it kind of hilarious that it can handle fire but not water, despite the fact that it will only interact with the other one of those on a regular basis as a sex toy.

This toy is not waterproof or anal-safe, regardless of what’s advertised.

I just can’t advocate buying a toy with this much misinformation about it, especially information that could be genuinely dangerous if someone, say, tries to shove it up their ass and gets it lost, or takes it in the bath and it decides to shock them. I instead recommend purchasing a Lovense Osci or Osci 2, which have the same type of stimulation, are by a brand I trust, and are currently on sale for $49 and $99 respectively. The Osci seems to be the original toy of this type, and the Pecker is only a highly questionable imitation.

Doc Johnson Mood Naughty 1 Medium

Okay, I’ll admit it. I’m not nearly as big a fan of anal penetration as I am of vaginal. That’s not to say I dislike it, because I don’t, but I’m a lot pickier about what goes in my ass than I am about what goes in my cunt. Maybe it’s because my weight and limited mobility keep me from easily stretching myself out. Maybe it’s because none of my partners have ever been particularly interested in my ass. Maybe it’s just personal preference. Early in my transition, I had a period when I pretty much only did anal penetration due to dysphoria, but those days have come and gone, and today I vastly prefer using my cunt for things. Which is why it’s so weird that I absolutely love this little plug.

Disclaimer to begin with: Doc Johnson doesn’t use exclusively body-safe materials; many of their toys, especially dildos, are made out of PVC. However, the Mood Naughty line is silicone.

Dimensions (Medium)

  • 3.5″ insertable
  • 1″ wide

The Mood Naughty 1 Medium

The Mood Naughty 1 comes in three sizes. I chose medium, as the small seemed a little too small to be satisfying, at .75″ wide and 3″ insertable. The medium isn’t a huge step up, only gaining .25″, but I’m pretty sure that, were it any smaller, the plug would just slip out of me. However, for those who are absolute beginners at anal and struggle with getting a finger in, the small might be the right choice. The large comes in at 1.25″ wide and 4.5″ insertable, keeping the same increase as the small to medium, and will likely be my next butt plug purchase, since I feel I’ve quite satisfactorily conquered the medium and wish it were just a tidge larger.

These plugs are, as mentioned above, body-safe and made of silicone, and come in black or pink. I’ll be honest, I sincerely wish I’d chosen pink, but it was out of stock when I ordered my plug.

Unlike most plugs, this does not have a circular base, which is what drew me to this one, as round bases can be especially uncomfortable for fat people like me. Instead, it has two body-contoured projections at a 180* angle to each other, designed for one to go up your buttcrack and the other to go down your taint.

You can buy the Mood Naughty 1 Medium here on SheVibe for $20.99, or the entire set here for $24.99. If I were you, I’d spring for the set; I certainly wish I had.

The Good

I love this little plug. At the tip, it’s just about the same size as a finger, and it gently tapers to the full, rather modest, width, so I can take it without any lead-up stretching, just a bit of lube. It’s the perfect happy medium; large enough to provide a sensation of fullness but small enough to require absolutely no work from me. And the only thing I love more than sex toys is sex toys that don’t require me to work for my jollies. I really love using it in tandem with a dildo, or even just with my fingers; the length is such that it does rub up against my vaginal walls, which is extremely pleasurable, but doesn’t interfere whatsoever with vaginal penetration, other than giving the very pleasurable sensation of the back wall of my vagina being stimulated from either side.

In my humble opinion, one of the biggest tests for any butt plug is how well it operates when you wear it in public. And that’s where this one really excels. The base ensures that it’s more comfortable than a rounded base for continued wear. Size-wise, it’s just large enough to keep you aware that it’s there, but not large enough to make you walk funny or otherwise disclose in any way that there’s a plug inside you. I’ve had lots of fun wearing it for afternoons, shopping trips, and really any time when I needed an extra little sexy fun to make things less boring for me. This plug is absolutely my dirty little secret.

The Mediocre

The Mood Naughty has a unique design, as mentioned (and shown) above, where instead of having a circular base, it has two curved strips of silicone proceeding from the top and bottom of the plug. One is slightly thicker than the other, which can be a bit uncomfortable for me as a fat person, because on one side I have fleshy outer labia and on the other a rather meaty ass, neither of which enjoy being spread quite so wide. It’s never outright painful, though, just occasionally a bit annoying.

The Bad

When I’ve used it with people more experienced in anal than I am, it tends to slip right out, but I’m not convinced this is a flaw that can be circumvented. I don’t think the stem could be any smaller without losing integrity, so overall I don’t think this is as much a flaw as a consequence of everyone having a different perfect plug size.

The Gist of It

I’d rate the Doc Johnson Mood Naughty 1 Medium an 8.5/10, if only because I typed this about four times wavering between an 8 and a 9. It’s comfortable, though it could be a bit more comfortable if one side of the base were just a few millimeters thinner, and the perfect size for no-nonsense anal without a lot of stretching, and/or for beginners. For only $24.99 for the full set at the time I’m writing this, I’d recommend this to anyone who’s either new to anal play or doesn’t like putting a lot of effort into it.


Pure Love Rainbow Dildo

I have a bit of a love affair with dildos. I had a giant collection that was, heartbreakingly, lost about three moves ago (I moved around a lot before I moved in with a partner), and have ever since been in deep mourning. But I’ve recently made my peace with moving on from my past in a lot of ways, and accepting that I’m never getting my dildos back was, strangely enough, really cathartic. The mourning period was over. The time for new dildos had begun. I was on the hunt for the perfect dick to restart my collection.

I’ve had my eye on a rainbow dong for a few years now, and I wanted a thick one. I also wanted something that was harness-compatible in case I ever get in a pegging mood, so I picked out the Pure Love Rainbow Dildo, found here on Amazon. And let me say, I have not regretted a cent of the $41.38 I spent on it.

Pure Love seems to be an Amazon based company, which mainly specializes in vibrators but has at least one other dildo that I could find. I was a little nervous, with dildos not seeming to be exactly in their wheelhouse, but (spoiler alert) they did just fine with this one.


  • 8 in. total length
  • 5.75 in. insertable
  • 1.75 in. diameter
  • 5.5 in. circumference

The Good

I will admit, by the time I was ready to try this out I was already wet, probably because I’d been wandering around with it in my harness and helicoptering a bit while reveling in the joy of having a rainbow dildo. As far as appearance goes, this is a very pretty dick. I was worried that there would be bleeding issues between the different color pours of silicone, but the lines are clean and straight, the spacing appears even, and it looks just beautiful.

I hadn’t given myself a good fucking in too long by the time this got to me. Sex is good, but sometimes you just want to pound yourself, you know? The initial feeling of fullness was completely euphoric. With just the slightest of angles, I was able to hit my g-spot, and along with my trusty wand, I brought myself to orgasm after shuddering orgasm. I even squirted, which I historically have had a hard time doing without fingers or a glass wand.

Let me tell you, after another handful of times using it, it does not get any less wonderful. The second time, I tried out using the suction cup to attach it beneath me and riding it, which is where it really shines. It is such a fun toy to sit on, and fills me to a degree that is titillating yet still comfortable.

I do not have enough words to express how much I appreciate this exact thickness. This dildo is the perfect size to fill me up without having to go through a lot of foreplay to use it; sometimes I just want to get pounded by something of a suitable girth without going through a lot of lube and a lot of stretching. It slides easily in, though your mileage may vary depending on what size of dildo you’re used to; I know not everyone has my spacious vagina.

The Mediocre

I’m a bit hard-pressed to come up with something that I didn’t either clearly like or dislike, but I’ll say this. I don’t feel like this was particularly innovative. Was it lovely to have a nice, reliable dildo come in a rainbow? As someone who collects rainbow things, yes, absolutely. But it really was just a pretty straightforward realistic dildo; no interesting shapes, textures, or dual firmnesses.

The Bad

Do I have a complaint? Yes, actually, two.

I found it a bit too bendy to be as easy to ride as I’d prefer. I would rate it medium to medium-soft as far as dildos go, which isn’t a bad thing in and of itself, but I’m of the opinion that suction cup dildos need to be a little sturdier as they’re designed for being fucked against a surface. At times, it just folded up instead of actually letting me slide down further on it. However, if you find firmer dildos aren’t your thing, this may be the cock for you! I wouldn’t call it soft, but it’s definitely softER than some.

I also wished that the insertable length was just a bit longer; I’m not desperate for cervix-bumping action, but I’d have loved to feel that fullness just a little bit deeper. That would have made it just perfect.

The Gist of It

I would rate the Pure Love Rainbow Dildo an 8/10! I don’t feel like the wheel got reinvented, and I had a couple of quibbles, mainly with the firmness, but overall it was an extremely pleasant experience. I found it to be a really beautiful dong overall, with nice clean edges between colors. It was also a comfortable yet filling size. Overall, I found it a good value for just over $40.


About Me

You’re probably here for sex toy reviews, right? Well, I like to know a bit about whose bits are doing the reviewing, so here I am to tell you about myself. My name is Atti, as you may have gathered from the URL. I’m 25, kinky, queer, polyamorous, and perhaps most relevantly, I’m transmasculine agender. I’ve been on HRT since 2016, and have seen a good bit of bottom growth from it. Since HRT can effect things like sex drive, sensitivity, and clitoral size, I like to think I have a unique opinion and outlook on sex toys. However, I hope that my reviews will be useful to everyone. My reviews are 100% gender-free, and I make no assumptions about the gender of who will be using the product.

I want to speak openly about transmasculinity and sex. I’ve found that a lot of information about it is hidden in silence and shame. No one told me a lot of things about how my body was going to react to hormones, and I haven’t seen a lot of people talking about which sex toys are comfortable and fun for people with T-dicks. I’m here to break that silence and sweep away the shame by unabashedly loving my trans body and the sensations it can experience, and maybe help some people pick toys along the way!