Tuesday, June 9, 2009
"My wife was somewhat hesitant to try this, but since we have used KY Jelly for many years, she agreed. So she applied a small amount of it to the "sensitive spot". She felt some mild sensation, but not a lot better than using ordinary KY Jelly. Later she seemed to get into it more than usual. The second time, there was a less noticeable effect. Not sure whether this is imagined or real. So, mixed results, but more toward a neutral stance. Maybe it works better for some women than others."
"This comes in a lipstick-sized pump container. Unfortunately, because it's a hard plastic cylinder, it has a tendency to fall over and roll. You don't want to have to hunt for it when the moment comes.
My wife couldn't tell the difference between this gel and a similar sized drop of ordinary lubricant. I wonder if there isn't a placebo effect going on with the reported 70% who said it made a difference. Any lubricant at all is going to help if you're massaging a woman's most sensitive spot."
Many women prefer [G] Female Stimulation Gel
Tuesday, March 31, 2009
When it comes to sexual arousal, [G] hits the spot
It's applied as a slippery prelude to sex and enhances the entire experience from foreplay to fabulous. By actually stimulating the body's most sensitive spots, it provides the kind of tingling and warming you've dreamed about.
Don't mess around with anything else
A single pump adds sizzle to sex every time. [G] is the perfect prelude to a spectacular romp.
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