Sex and pleasure should be accessible to everyone, regardless of ability. For those who are differently-abled, sometimes it’s all about finding the right sex toy.
In this stream, seasoned sex educator Eva Sweeney discusses three sex toys sent to her by Sweet Vibrations. Since Sweeney is nonverbal, her assistant Cameron helps her communicate and review the toys.
1. Girl’s Best Friend ($49.99)
This is a clitoral stimulator with easy-to-use buttons. Though it’s not very light, Sweeney describes it as still being manageable. There are different speed patterns and settings, with one button controlling suction and the other controlling vibrations. Find Girl’s Best Friend here.
2. The Pixie ($39.99)
This is a small, but powerful, vibrator with two thumbs for extra stimulation. The whole toy vibrates and you can slide it into your underwear if you have minimal hand coordination. Find the Pixie here.
3. The Perfect Match ($34.99)
This is a G spot stimulator with a clitoral stimulator attached. It’s flexible, with buttons that are easy to press. The length makes this toy easier to grip. Find The Perfect Match here.
Overall, Sweeney recommends all three of these silicon, rechargeable sex toys as they are reasonably priced and relatively easy to use for people of all abilities.
Cameron and Sweeney discuss other toys and what materials might work better for those who are differently-abled. For example, Cameron says while she enjoys a toy called Zumio, she wouldn’t recommend it for people with disabilities as it is too fragile. Sweeney says since she is spastic, she stays away from glass toys as they are more breakable.
Finding the right toys and materials might take a little trial and error, which is why Sweeney recommends starting with cheap toys, though this doesn’t have to mean sacrificing quality.