First things first, I’d like to congratulate Myra T. for winning The Frisky Fairy Giveaway! Thank you all for entering! I’m hoping to do another giveaway soon! This past weekend I made the trek up to New York City to see one of my very best friends and also visit a few excellent sex-positive locations! Take a look at all the awesome things and places to go! First things first I headed to the Museum of Sex, with my best friend to take a peek at their awesome Funland exhibit! Unfortunately, their boob bounce was deflated and having some reconstructive surgery, so I couldn’t hopRead More →

Please remember to be polite and respectful in the comments. Hello friends! This week I’m discussing a topic that is incredibly close to my heart. This companion to my post So You Think You May Be Poly… has been requested from me multiple times for the friends and family of poly people, to explain the basics of polyamory. This is not a comprehensive guide. In fact, consider this a Part I. First things first, what is Polyamory? If you are hearing about this for the first time, the concept of poly may be bringing up images of religious men with many wives, or crazy sex partiesRead More →

Please remember to be polite and respectful in the comments. Join me at Sexploratorium Thursday, July 24th at 7pm for Sex and Cancer! Get your tickets here! Cancer is a disease that affects millions of Americans, with more diagnosed cases each year. Approximately 54% of cases in the top ten cancers are under the age of 70, and yet, there is very little discussion in doctors offices about how cancer will affect your sex life. There’s little talk about how medications will change your body and your libido-beyond the discussion of fertility after treatment. A cancer diagnosis can often make you feel less human. With all the tests,Read More →

The Frisky Fairy Reviews favorite toys, books, blogs, and other fun sex education reviews!  So in the interest of keeping things balanced, I wanted to make sure that I included some other lubricant options for those who are allergic to silicone, use silicone toys, or simply don’t like the feeling of silicone. I have found another option! Southern Butter has a line of lubricants that are rather interesting. I received a sample from them to try The first lubricant was called Bliss On Water Based Lubricant. It’s a water based lubricant and this particular “flavor” is peppermint & ginseng. I tasted it, and it did not tasteRead More →

The Frisky Fairy Reviews favorite toys, books, blogs, and other fun sex education reviews! I am so excited to review überlube for you! This lube is a silicone lubricant that is crafted in Chicago. I would say this is the closest to “artisanal” lubricant as one could get. When I spoke with Stephen about reviewing for überlube, he described the company as the microbrewery of lube. I’m inclined to agree, as überlube is a little company with a lot of passion for their products. I received my incredibly generous überlube swag pack in the mail and immediately fell in love. My first impression of their product is incredibly positive. TheirRead More →

A hand in a fingerless black glove pets an affectionate tan cat.

The Frisky Fairy Reviews favorite toys, books, blogs, and other fun sex education reviews! Today I’m reviewing Love Bites Vampire Gloves. These gloves are loving crafted by Phyllis-Serene Rawley (Author of All My Heros Were Ho’s which I am desperate to read). I have tried a few pairs of vampire gloves in the past but I had a few problems with them. Typically with gloves on my hands, the glove either pinches or pools at the gap between my fingers. This mean that most of the vampire gloves I’ve tried don’t fit, and finding a size that does fit is complicated and can be expensive. In addition, leather glovesRead More →

I will not tolerate abusive or harassing behavior on my site. My site, my rules. Don’t like it? GTFO. This is to serve as both a trigger warning and a warning about NSFW language and/or images. The news of the death of Fred Phelps (leader of the church/hate group Westboro Baptist Church) sent ripples of conversation through the country. The immediate reactions that I could see in my social media feeds were relief and joy. After seeing how many people were impacted by the negativity shared, I can understand those emotions, and I truly feel that they are valid.  I did not love Fred Phelps.Read More →