A lube-drawn heart and vaginal dilator sit on fluid proof sheet between someone's thighs. Black and white photo.

Today I’m super excited to share today’s post with y’all, and – if I’m being totally honest – I’m super proud that I got my hands on a set of Sheets of San Francisco fluid proof sheets to review! It’s a review-with-a-twist, of course, because right now I’m having fun approaching sex toys fromĀ unconventional perspective because IĀ can’t use them in the ‘traditional’ way because of my vaginismus. Quinn RhodesQuinn Rhodes (he/him) is a queer, trans, disabled sex blogger. Heā€™s a sex nerd with vaginismus who writes about his adventures in learning to fuck without fucking up. Quinn can usually be found wearing stomp-on-the-patriarchy boots whileRead More →

A set of four purple vaginal dilators lying on purple tissue paper. Photo.

Vagina therapy – where I’ve been tackling my vaginismus with a trained medical professional – has been a real learning experience. I go into each appointment absolutely filled with anxiety, but learning why my vagina is so emphatically against being penetrated is actually really interesting. My homework has included exploring what turns me on, jerking off, and – as of my last appointment – playing with my vaginal dilators. Quinn RhodesQuinn Rhodes (he/him) is a queer, trans, disabled sex blogger. Heā€™s a sex nerd with vaginismus who writes about his adventures in learning to fuck without fucking up. Quinn can usually be found wearing stomp-on-the-patriarchyRead More →