I’ve always loved sex toys. Buying a vibrator was one of the first things I did upon turning 18, after I got a tattoo of course. My first vibrator was a little battery powered bullet with something the company called “cyberskin” around it, which I’m quite certain was porous and not body safe.
The vibrator was purchased at the only sex shop my small city had, a seedy little place with a video arcade booth that mostly catered to men. I bought that silly bullet over and over throughout the years (later locating it online after my cat ate the cyberskin) and it honestly never occurred to me to upgrade.
I started collecting sex toys after I met a Dominant man on FetLife who had quite a few good ones. Namely, he had an Njoy Pure Plug and Pure Wand. I went out and bought both immediately after trying his, as soon as I could.
Another friend from FetLife sent me her Lelo Lily, which she didn’t love. While I was never thrilled with it, it was my first sashay into deluxe, rechargeable vibrators that cost more than $25.
I decided to do some sex work for a little extra cash, and was a phone sex operator for a short time. I made a Twitter mostly to advertise, but that’s how I found the Sex Blogosphere. I really had no idea sex toy blogs even existed. A whole new world opened up!
After pouring over reviews, I was able to choose better and better toys. Toys helped me explore my sexuality and learn new things about myself (I was very surprised to discover I actually like butt plugs).
Now I have a whole arsenal of vibrators, dildos, and butt plugs. I’m here to share all that knowledge with you. Being plus sized and disabled, as well as being queer, I believe I have a unique perspective to offer. I’m also a kinky Power Bottom.
I hope you enjoy reading this blog as much as I enjoy writing it. Please feel free to contact me if you have questions, comments, or would like to work with me.
A note about my blog name: Righteous Femme is a play on words, named after Ani DiFranco’s record company, Righteous Babe Records. I specifically chose Femme as the second part because of the queer connotations.