Hang on, let's talk about that last one. I know a ring can get a woman pretty excited, but I never heard of a vibrating one doing that.
At first, I scoffed at the vibrating ring. I don't know why, sometimes I just like to scoff at things. Oftentimes, I end up liking the very things I initially scoffed at (blogging being a prime example). Eventually my suspicion turned into curiosity.
"I'll surprise BF David," I thought to myself, picking up an Elexa box and perusing the condom racks.
A cranky middle-aged man waiting for a prescription glanced at me while I was picking out the condoms.
"That's right," my look countered as I grabbed the big box, "I plan on having lots of sex. Looks like you could use some yourself."
BF David and I tried out the vibrating ring that weekend.
It did not look the way I expected it to. I thought it would be akin to a napkin ring, but made of latex (I know: sexy). Instead, it was skinnier, more like one of those jelly bracelets all of us girls wore in the 80's. That is, a jelly bracelet with an attached capsule-shaped vibrating nub capable of creating massive orgasms (I don't think us ten-year-olds could have handled such powerful fashion accessories back then, anyway; we had our hands full figuring out those t-shirts with the sewn-on suspenders).
The device acts as a sort of cock ring for the man and clit stimulator for the woman. Having tried it twice now, I can enthusiastically vouch for this thing. In fact, the second time we tried it I had an orgasm within 30-60 seconds (though that speaks to BF David's talents as much as the ring's). Needless to say, I'm a fan; I'm ready to act as president of the Elexa Vibrating Ring Fan Club. Or better yet, a cheerleader (because I'm always looking for an excuse to get a costume).
Anybody looking for something a little extra and fun in the bedroom should give the vibrating ring a whirl. It's small, quiet, and may just make you come like an A-bomb. It's like using a miniature sex toy, but not as intense or intimidating, and you can obtain it an any Duane Reade.
Now if only Duane Reade would start carrying nipple clamps...