Friday, December 2, 2016

C. Poly Roundup: My Favorite Posts From November

I have seen many bloggers do roundup posts and figured why not make my own? This series will include my favorite posts from my favorite bloggers from the month before. I will probably go through my blog roll and just share the one's that I found the most helpful of interesting for the first couple of months. If you are a blogger and want to submit 2-3 pieces a month you can use my contact page to do so. I usually find my posts via twitter and blogs that I have subscribed to.

AfterrDarkk wrote a great piece on kegels and kegel exercisers. Kegels are a type of exercise that claim to be a great benefit for your sex life, pelvic floor health, and more. If done wrong, though, kegels can be harmful and cause more damage than good. For more information on this, read AfterrDarkk's titled The Truth About Kegels Nobody Wants to Hear.

DangerousLilly wrote a fantastic review on the Womanizer and an off-brand competitor that has a similar design. Womanizer vs. Satisfyer – Who Reigns Supreme? is a detailed review (as is all of DangerousLilly's writings). In this particular post she compares 3 different womanizers (Womanizer PRO40, Womanizer W100, Womanizer W500) with 2 different off-brand toys (Satisfyer Pro 2, Satisfyer Pro 2).

Emmeline Peaches wrote an amazing review for a small Etsy shop. She talked about a unique ceramic piece, which she dubbed the Saurian. Her review Ceramic Samplings: Ceramic Pleasure Creation 025 (The Saurian) had me nearly drooling and day dreaming about this beautiful piece. It's rare that I find a review that makes me ache to purchase a toy, but this one totally did it for me!

Girl on the Net wrote a cute piece called You Don't Sniff my Knickers Anymore that had me reminiscing on simpler days, back when PolyHubby and I were in the new phase of our relationship and did cute things for one another. Like any relationship, ours has died down and we no longer do things that we used to. Girl on the Net did a wonderful job of painting the picture of just how much relationships change throughout the years.

And... that's it for this post. Hopefully, future posts will include at the very least 5 posts from fellow bloggers. This was sort of impromptu and thrown together, but for the month of December, I will be keeping track of my favorite posts. And, again, if you are a blogger and would like to submit a few blog posts on my contact page, I'd love to read over them! 

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