Do you remember your first vibrator shopping experience?

I bought mine in Amsterdam when I was studying abroad, and I remember I went into a seedy shop (they were all seedy at the time and no online shopping) and saw tons of graphic and raunchy packaging and very hetero specific images. For example, booty things = gay men. I didn't know anything about material safety and everything was huge. I ended up buying a small egg shaped vibe (does anyone remember these?)

It had a tail tickler thing at the end, and batteries. The unfriendly, greasy man at the desk barely said anything and rang me up and then I quickly left with my brown paper bag. That little vibe was my fav for years, but I'm so happy in 2023 we have way less intimidating places to shop for toys and better quality options. 

I was THRILLED when Bloomi reached out with news they are now in Target and Saks! Bloomi is BIPOC and s*xologist-owned. Packaging is discrete, toys and lube are made with quality body safe materials and ingredients. So many of us don't have local access to shops that carry quality toys and lube, I'm really glad we're getting more options for folks!  


You know I'm a fan of mini vibes - from my first cl!t flicker egg to this cutie - mini doesn't automatically mean less mighty 😏 I show you a few ways to use a mini vibe in this Reel - getting into crevices, in-direct clitoral stimulation and even as an extension of your touch. Mini vibes generally aren't for internal use. They are fabulous for travel - especially when they are USB rechargeable like the Play Vibe

Get your own Bloomi goodies in-store or online. Play mini vibe is $35 and Smooth Water-based lube is $12.


"I'd never been to this kind of workshop before, so I was a bit nervous at first, but Luna was so relaxed she put the whole room at ease and soon we were laughing and discussing creative ideas together."