Taffy Tickler Dildo from Adam & Eve

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Every now and then a sex toy comes along that sparks my curiosity (the We-Vibe, Sasi and Lelo “Bo” are recent examples). Most recently, I’ve been impressed with the Taffy Tickler dildo. Years ago, glass dildos made headlines all on their own. In fact, women and men still write me with questions about glass dildos, wanting to learn more about their advantages (e.g., how you can warm or cool them by running them under warm or cool water, how they are easy to clean under a faucet or in a dishwasher, and how they offer firm stimulation during sexual play).

What’s cool about the Taffy Tickler is that it’s a new level of glass dildo. Rather than being just a rod of Pyrex-like glass, it has three sections of silicone “nubbies” for added texture and stimulation. These nubbies can be used externally when gently rubbing the toy on one’s own or a partner’s body parts (breasts, chest, inner thighs, scrotum, vulva, clitoris, etc). Used internally, the Taffy Tickler still retains the ability to provide firm stimulation of a woman’s g spot of a man’s prostate.

What I like about the Taffy Tickler:
- Its materials: Pyrex-like glass and silicone (non-toxic and easy to clean) 
- Its price: $39.95 at Adam & Eve (get half off this or other products by clicking this link)  
- The variety of colors – mine is in pink & purple (pictured above) but shades of blue silicone are also available in a similar model
- It can be used in the shower, bath tub or hot tub (e.g., is waterproof, since it’s made of just glass and silicone)

What I think could use some work:
- The packaging – like most sex toy packaging, it’s a little cheesy but considering it’s what’s inside that counts, that’s not such a bad thing.

DISCLAIMER: Adam & Eve has been a sponsor of MySexProfessor.com, however, this review is in no way influenced by their sponsorship and there are no restrictions on what I can or cannot write about products that they or any other sex toy manufacturers or distributors make or sell, respectively.

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About Dr. Debby Herbenick

Dr. Debby Herbenick

Dr. Debby Herbenick is a sex researcher at Indiana University, sexual health educator at The Kinsey Institute, columnist, and author of five books about sex and love. Learn more about her work at www.sexualhealth.indiana.edu.